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  • 1. GARFIELD RADIO Garfield Incentive Proposal 12/16/2011 Eui Song Kim Liza Langer Jordan Parsons Sam Rashid Jensen Ying

2. IN 1.00Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations These documents are the copyrighted property and intellectual property of the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture Urban Design Build Studio. The documents are not to be reproduced or utilized for any purpose other than originally intended and as stipulated on sheet in1.00. This restriction and ownership of intellectual property governs all sheets included in the index in1.01. use of the documents for any purpose, specifically stipulated or not, shall be granted only via authorized writing produced on Carnegie Mellon University school of architecture letterhead issued by the director of the Urban Design Build Studio. None of the documents included in the drawing index are intended to be considered in isolation of one another. All parties utilizing these documents for bidding, quantity survey, and/or construction shall consult the general notes and information located on this sheet and all in and ca series (governing use stipulations and code analysis) sheets for information and conditions governing work described in documents listed in the drawing index before proceeding with procurement and/ or construction. Governing use stipulation sheets and code analysis (in and ca series documents) provide code, procedural, and use guidelines governing all bid and/or construction documents. All bidders, sub-bidders, contractors and sub-contractors shall utilize complete sets of the bidding and/or construction documents in quantifying and constructing. Neither the owner or architect assumes responsibility for errors, omissions, or misinterpretations resulting from the use of incomplete sets of bidding and/ or construction documents. Governing Use Stipulations 3. IN 1.01Index: Governing Use Stipulations VERSO Overleaf IN 1.00 Credits, Acknowledgements, and Declarations IN 1.01 Index: Governing Use Stipulations SPP1.00 Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview SPP1.01 Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview ISN1.00 Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making ISN1.01 Incentive Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview, Decision Making IS1.00 Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data IS1.01 Incentive Scope: Resident Demographic Characteristics/Data IS1.02 Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data IS1.03 Incentive Scope: Creative Class Demographic Characteristics/Data IS2.00 Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions IS2.01 Incentive Scope: Program Requirements and Desirable Physical Conditions IS3.00 Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions IS3.01 Incentive Scope: Desirable Location(s)/Siting Conditions IS4.00 Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements IS4.01 Incentive Scope: Desirable Land Use and Zoning Requirements IS5.00 Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements IS5.01 Incentive Scope: Desirable Site Utilization Conditions and/or Requirements IS6.00 Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) IS6.01 Incentive Scope: Workable Land Use/Site Utilization Deviation(s) IS7.00 Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations IS7.01 Incentive Scope: Relevant Environmental Data and Considerations IS8.00 Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements IS8.01 Incentive Scope: Desirable Material and Construction Typologies/Requirements IS9.00 Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems IS9.01 Incentive Scope: Desirable/Required Environmental Control Systems IS10.00 Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets IS10.01 Incentive Scope: Projected Operational Expenses and Targets IP1.00 Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies IP1.01 Incentive Proposal: Site Context and General Site Modification Strategies Sheet IP2.00 Incentive Proposal: Exterior Pictorial/Perspective, Corner One; with two dimensional Plan & Section Information IP2.01 Incentive Proposal: Exterior Pictorial/Perspective, Corner Two; with two dimensional Plan & Section Information IP2.02 Incentive Proposal: Exterior Pictorial/Perspective, Corner Three; with two dimensional Plan & Section Information IP2.03 Incentive Proposal: Exterior Pictorial/Perspective, Corner Four; with two dimensional Plan & Section Information IP3.00 Incentive Proposal: Section Perspective One; with two dimensional Plan Information IP3.01 Incentive Proposal: Section Perspective Two; with two dimensional Plan Information IP4.00 Incentive Proposal: Global Pictorial Assembly Sequence/Pictorial Depiction of Staged Implementation IP4.01 Incentive Proposal: Global Pictorial Assembly Sequence/Pictorial Depiction of Staged Implementation IP5.00 Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific IP5.01 Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific IP5.02 Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific IP5.03 Incentive Proposal: Pictorial Assembly Details, format and type intervention specific. CA1.00 Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal CA1.01 Code Analysis: Incentive Proposal IMP1.00 Implementation Documentation: Logistics IMP1.01 Implementation Documentation: Logistics IMP3.00 Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis IMP3.01 Implementation Documentation: Hard Cost Analysis IMP4.00 Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis IMP4.01 Implementation Documentation: Soft Cost Analysis 4. Garfield Radio 5. SPP1.00Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview Introduction The Garfield Internet Radio Project or Garfield Radio was initiated by the 6% Place Experiment through cityLAB. Garfield Radio is one of the sixteen 6% implementation projects. Garfield Radios implementation involves contributing to the number of creative workers in Garfield by involving people in the fields of music, audio technical, and entrepreneural business. Garfield Radios implementation involves giving Garfield residents a voice within the neighborhood and beyond the neighborhood through means of the internet. 1 6. SPP1.01Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview What is SIx Percent? The 6% Place Experiment through cityLAB addresses the importance of creative workers within a neighborhood. The experiment is based on the Creative Neighborhoods study by CEOs for Cities which outlines that there is a threshold population which allows for economic stability for the neighborhood within a metropolitan area. Having at least 6% of the neighborhoods population to include creative workers increases the ability for that area to be able to be economical stable because of the creative thinking through critical mass. The categorical understanding of a creative worker is inclusive of many fields including but not limited to engineers, architects, cartographers, artists, designers and occupations in the media.2 The experiment goal CityLABs goal is to systematically populate Garfield with creative workers and train Garfield residents to become apart of the creative workforce. CityLab has created a toolbox of sixteen implementation projects that address involving exisiting and furture residents through attracting creative workers within Garfield. The experiment has three categories of implementation. The categories include expanding of the Penn Avenue Arts corridor to attract and/or train creative workers, revitalizing the residential area in an affordable and accessible way, and revitalizing the assets relating to the outdoors and existing green spaces. 3 Garfield Townhall Meeting- Sept 7th 7. SPP1.02Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview 8. SPP1.03Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview WHY GARFIELD? Garfield is a neighborhood with the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Garfield is adjacent to the main corridor of Penn Avenue and the economically thriving neighborhood of Friendship which involves and houses creative workers. Friendship commericial and residential zoning is simlar to Garfield in that both commerical zones stratle Penn Avenue and that both residential zones branch off from Penn Avenue. Despite its prime location to creative sectors in Pittsburgh, Garfield has more vacancy, a smaller population for a given area, and smaller creative worker population for a given area than Friendship. Garfields higher vacancy and lower population is an opportunity to implement experimental projects to increase Garfields economic autonomy within its prime regional location in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. The 6% Implementation Toolbox has outlined six agendas based on perspectives of the current and future residents that are priorities to make the experiment successful. Make Garfield more visible Make Garfield a creative hotbed Make Garfield family friendly Make Garfield an entrepreneurial hotbed Make Garfield diverse Make Garfield clean and safe 9. SPP1.04Six Percent Place Study Summary Narrative: Introduction, Overview The Six Percent Zone contains most of the amenities that are important to the success of the project. Amenities according to the Six Percent Place Study include 1. An abundance of third places to foster human-scale interaction and network 2. Cheap space in which to live and work with plenty of room for their creative projects 3. Clustering of creative workers in neighborhoods close to urban cores Garfield Radio uses the amenities respectively by 1. Enforcing exisiting third places as well as contributing a third place relating to music and performance 2. Providing cheap space to work on creative projects 10. SPP1.05Six Percent Place Study Summary Na