Central Brambleton

 

APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL-1991
 
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PLAN OBJECTIVES
·         Acquisition of 158 properties
·         Provision of financial and technical assistance to help property owners comply with rehabilitation standards
·         Realignment of Olney Road and Corprew Avenue west of Reservoir Avenue
·         Development of neighborhood open space
·         Repavement and rebuilding of streets, curbs, and gutters as needed
 
BRIEF DESCRIPTON OF IMPLEMENTED ACTIVITIES
·         Acquired 225 properties
·         Relocated 194 displaced residents and businesses
·         Demolished 59 structures
·         Disposed of 83 parcels
·         Provided 15 loans for property rehabilitation
·         Provided 81 loans for purchase of new homes through the HOME and CHDO programs
·         Installed storm water drainage improvements
·         Constructed utility and road improvements to support new residential development
·         NSU and Plumb Line Ministries CHDO have completed the construction of approximately 75 new single family homes for qualified low/ moderate income families.
·         Completed construction of 36 single-family, market-rate houses in The Arch subdivision.
 
2008 NEIGHBORHOOD STRUCTURE ASSESSMENT
 
CONDITIONS
PERCENTAGE
GOOD
80
FAIR
13
POOR
7
TOTAL
100
 
TOTAL AMOUNT OF INVESTMENTS THROUGH FY 2008 BY FUNDING SOURCE
CDBG
$6,897,387
CIP
$7,805,674
HOME
$1,847,673
OTHER
$330,000
TOTAL
$16,880,734
 

 

PLAN STATUS/RECOMMENDATIONS AND ANTICIPATED EXIT DATE
The development priorities for Central Brambleton are : acquisition and demolition

of dilapidated properties, acquisition and assemblage of lots for the construction of single-family, mixed-income housing,  promote the owner occupied rehabilitation program, and reduce land use conflicts. Revitalization efforts are well underway and progress is very evident. Acquisition, relocation, demolition  and rehabilitation activities are proposed for FY ’09. Also, continuing the assembly of the AAA site. A market analysis is currently underway to ascertain the best re-use and housing mix type for the site. Once completed, a series of stakeholder meeting will occur to develop a master plan. Subsequent to the development of the master plan, new infrastructure to support the development of the site will have to be designed and installed. Estimated cost is $4 million.. Selection of a developer is anticipated in 2012 assuming needed infrastructure improvements are funded. In 2010 and 2011. It is expected the development would be completed by 2015. After this date, the community could be placed in a maintenance status.

 

Conservation Area
Active Project

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