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May 16, 2022

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD MONDAY, MAY 16, 2022 AT 6:00PM AUSTIN CITY HALL, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ROOM 1101 301 W. 2ND STREET, AUSTIN, TEXAS 78701 Some members of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board may be participating by videoconference. Public participation will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Instructions for Remote Participation (General Public): • All interested individuals of the general public must register in advance (Sunday, May 15, 2022 by noon). • Call or email the board liaison at 512-974-9312 or aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov, no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker’s name, telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting), and e-mail address. If interested in speaking, please provide the agenda item number(s) you wish to speak on. • • Once a request to participate has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. Board Members: Ex Officios: ___ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) ___ Vice Chair Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ___ Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) ___ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) ___ Ana Aguirre (Environmental Commission) ___ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ___ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) ___ Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) ___ Vacant (South River City Neighborhood Assn) ___ Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) ___ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) ___ John Guinan/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) ___ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) ___ Molly Alexander (Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ___ Margaret Shaw ___ Aaron D. Jenkins ___ Christine Maguire CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first 10 speakers who register to speak no later than noon the day before the meeting will be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. AGENDA 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Special Called Meeting of May 2, 2022 2. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Briefing on the proposed Council authorization of the Downtown Public Improvement District (PID) to be presented by Dewitt M. Peart and Bill Brice of the Downtown Austin Alliance (DAA). b. Staff briefing on the South-Central Waterfront Regulating Plan to be presented by Greg Dutton of the …

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5.2.2022 Draft Meeting Minutes original pdf

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SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD MONDAY, MAY 2, 2022 AT 6:00PM PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM 1406 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR, AUSTIN, TX 78752 MEETING MINUTES Call to order by: Chair S. Franco at 6:20 PM Board Members: Ex Officios: ✓ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) __Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) ✓ Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ✓ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) ✓ Ana Aguirre (Environmental Commission) ✓ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ✓ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) __Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) __Vacant (South River City Neighborhood Assn) __Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) __ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) __ John Guinan/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) __ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) ✓ Michele Van Hyfte(Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ✓ Margaret Shaw ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins ✓ Christine Maguire “✓ “Denotes who were in attendance 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Meeting of December 15, 2021, and February 22, 2022 • Board Member J. Thompson made a motion to approve the December 15, 2021, and February 22, 2022 meeting minutes, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [ 6 ayes, 0 nays] 2. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Discussion and Possible action on FY2022-23 City Budget Recommendations. • Board Member J. Thompson made a motion to table item 2A for later in the meeting, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [6 ayes, 0 nays] • Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to send a recommendation to Council for 2022-2023 budget recommendations, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [6 ayes, 0 nays] b. South Central Waterfront Advisory Board Elections • Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion for Chair S. Franco to remain as Chair, Board Member J. Thompson seconded • The motion was approved [ 6 ayes, 0 nays] • Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to nominate J. Thompson as Vice Chair, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [ 6 ayes, 0 nays] c. Greg Dutton of the Housing and Planning Department updated the Board on the progress of the South-Central Waterfront Regulating Plan. • The Board discussed and took no action. d. Christine Maguire of the Economic Development Department presented to the Board the …

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Downtown Austin Alliance Presentation original pdf

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South Central Waterfront Assessed PID Properties original pdf

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South Central Waterfront PID Properties – Current and Proposed Properties in current PID Property IDGeo_ID 190739 0203000503 188636 0202000208 188633 0202000202 799822 0203000221 799823 0203000222 799821 0203000220 799820 0203000219 190725 0203000202 190749 0203020202 190724 0203000201 Owner Information SRPF A QR Riversouth LLC, 515 Congress Ave, Ste 2100 DBA RIVERSOUTH Webster Interest 300 S Congress LLC, 515 Congress Ave, Ste 1500 EMBASSY SUITES DOWNTOWN Austin Trust Company, 336 S Congress Ave, Ste 100 HHR Austin LLC, PO Box 4900 Dep 211, Scottsdale, AZ River South Venture LLC, 4301 W William Cannon Drive, Ste E1, Ste 150 HYATT REGENCY HOTEL HYATT REGENCY HOTEL HHR Austin LLC, PO Box 4900 Dep 211, Scottsdale, AZ HHR Austin LLC, PO Box 4900 Dep 211, Scottsdale, AZ Ramrock Yeti JKC LP, 4550 Travis St Ste 250, Dallas, TX HYATT REGENCY HOTEL HYATT REGENCY HOTEL YETI BUILDING Shuttle Richard T Trustee, 100 Congress Ave, Ste 1300 AUSTIN AMERICAN STATESMAN (COX PUBL.) Rivian Lone Star Holdings LLC, 13250 N Haggerly Rd, Plymouth, MI SHERRY MATTHEWS ADVOC MARKET Properties being added to PID DBA Zax Pints and Plates Situs Property IDGeo_ID 190728 0203000207 190733 0203000215 190726 0203000205 Owner Information 306 & 312 Barton Springs LP, 500 W 5th St, Ste 700 306 & 312 Barton Springs LP, 500 W 5th St, Ste 700 Aussie's Associated General Contractors, PO Box 2185 190730 544134 190735 422 West Riverside Drive LP, 500 W 5th St, Ste 700 0203000209 0203000218 Catherine Tower LLC, PO Box 92709 Ogle Cheryl & The Crystal Ogle, PO Box 161086 0203000217 871146 0203000223 Ogle Cheryl & The Crystal Ogle, PO Box 161086 SWISHER ADDN The Catherine Situs Taxable Value PID Revenue 401 S 1 ST $ 270,589,760.00 $ 270,089.76 300 S CONGRESS AVE $ 45,230,000.00 $ 44,730.00 336 S CONGRESS AVE $ 5,601,562.00 $ 5,101.56 208 BARTON SPRINGS RD $ 83,054,292.00 $ 82,554.29 S 1 ST $ 21,699,414.00 $ 21,199.41 BARTON SPRINGS RD $ 11,277,684.00 $ 10,777.68 112 BARTON SPRINGS RD $ 5,978,610.00 $ 5,478.61 220 S CONGRESS AVE $ 9,208,350.00 $ 8,708.35 305 S CONGRESS AVE $ 74,484,500.00 $ 73,984.50 200 S CONGRESS AVE $ $ 3,904,487.00 527,124,172.00 $ $ 3,404.49 522,624.17 Taxable Value PID Revenue 312 BARTON SPRINGS $ 2,178,021.00 $ 1,678.02 306 BARTON SPRINGS $ 3,917,213.00 $ 3,417.21 300 BARTON SPRINGS $ 3,227,270.00 $ 2,727.27 201 S 1 ST 214 BARTON SPRINGS $ $ 80,864,713.00 149,802,528.00 $ $ 80,364.71 149,302.53 210 BARTON SPRINGS $ 24,954,716.00 …

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South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan Update Presentation original pdf

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South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan South Central Waterfront Advisory Board May 16, 2022 Greg Dutton – Housing and Planning Content Regulating Plan Components Community Benefits Developer Incentives Next Steps Regulating Plan: Community Benefits  Affordable housing  Open space  Environment  Streets  Streetscapes  Parking (also developer incentive)  Land uses (also developer incentive)  Building design 3 Regulating Plan: Developer Incentives  Height  Floor area ratio (FAR)  Density  Parking (also community  Land uses (also community benefit) benefit) 4 Subject Area and Subdistricts 5 2016 Framework Plan: 20% of all units at • 60-80% MFI for rental • 100-120% for ownership Community Benefit: Affordable Housing  Options to meet affordable housing  Provisions for all participating community benefits developments that support Fair Housing  Varying set-aside rates  Varying affordability levels  Alternatives to onsite compliance for affordable ownership housing  Fee in-lieu for non-residential bonus space may be directed towards affordable housing  Affirmative marketing  Source of income protections  Right to subsidize additional units  Provisions for onsite affordable housing that promote inclusion  Proportional bedroom mix  Comparable design standards  Dispersion and access 6  2016 Framework Plan: 13% of district Community Benefit: Open Space  Subdistricts with tiered requirements above current code (9.4 acres/1000 residents)  Dedication or fee in lieu (FIL) at Parks and Recreation Department (PARD) discretion  Likely combination of dedication and FIL 7  2016 Framework Plan: Various enhancements Community Benefit: Environmental  Removal of impervious cover around tree critical root zone  Redevelopment exception may not be used  Green stormwater control measures  Reclaimed water for irrigation  Purple pipe construction  Connect to reclaimed water main (if feasible) 8  2016 Framework Plan: Enhanced network Community Benefit: Streets  Updated Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP, bottom figure)  Internal circulation standards for large sites:  Site 3 acres or more  400’ block lengths  Sidewalks, street trees required 9 Community Benefit: Streetscapes  Transportation Criteria Manual (TCM) updated cross sections (bottom figure)  Great Streets standards  Regulating Plan will specify:  Bike lanes for Level 1 streets  Cross section for Blue Line bridge  2016 Framework Plan: Improved streetscapes 1 0  2016 Framework Plan: More structured parking, TDM, less need Community Benefit: Parking  No minimum parking required  Parking maximum (80%) of current requirements  No …

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SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD MONDAY, MAY 2, 2022 AT 6:00PM PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM 1406 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR, AUSTIN, TX 78752 Some members of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board may be participating by videoconference. Public participation will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Instructions for Remote Participation (General Public): • All interested individuals of the general public must register in advance (Sunday, May 1, 2022 by noon). • Call or email the board liaison at 512-974-9312 or aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov, no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker’s name, telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting), and e-mail address. If interested in speaking, please provide the agenda item number(s) you wish to speak on. • • Once a request to participate has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. Board Members: Ex Officios: ___ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) ___ Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) ___ Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ___ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) ___ Ana Aguirre (Environmental Commission) ___ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ___ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) ___ Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) ___ Vacant (South River City Neighborhood Assn) ___ Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) ___ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) ___ John Guinan/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) ___ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) ___ Molly Alexander (Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ___ Margaret Shaw ___ Aaron D. Jenkins ___ Christine Maguire CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first 10 speakers who register to speak no later than noon the day before the meeting will be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. AGENDA 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Meeting of December 15, 2021, and February 22, 2022 2. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Discussion and Possible action on FY2022-23 City Budget Recommendations. b. South Central Waterfront Advisory Board Elections c. Staff briefing on the South-Central Waterfront Regulating Plan to be presented by Greg Dutton of the Housing and Planning Department. d. Staff briefing on the South-Central Waterfront as …

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AEDC Board Update Presentation original pdf

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Update to Austin Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Board of Directors South Central Waterfront March 21, 2022 Agenda ❑ Key Ingredients for Implementation ❑ Austin’s Past Experience Implementing Projects ❑ How Past Projects Inform AEDC Role ❑ City and AEDC Roles ❑ Governance ❑ Next Steps C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 2 3 Key Ingredients for Vision Implementation ❑ Governance and Organization ➢ Creation of external development entity (AEDC) ➢Dedicated City staff working group /leads ❑ Physical Framework through Regulation ❑ Public Financing Tools (selected): ➢ City capital improvements program (CIP)/ Voter approved bonds ➢ Redeveloping City-owned land (1 parcel: One Texas Center) ➢Economic development agreements ➢Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone ➢Public Improvement District ➢Affordable housing incentives ➢Density bonuses / Transfer of Development Rights C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 3 C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 4 SEAHOLM DISTRICT • 1990s- 2004 City dialogue, planning, and studies to redevelop City owned parcels downtown, sites of major utility infrastructure Seaholm Power Plant and Green Water Treatment Plant • 2004-2022 Seaholm and Green WTP redeveloped with Central Library, retail, housing, and offices • Housing Components – 741 Ownership: The Independent (363); Austin Proper (98); Seaholm Residence (280) – 439 Rental at Northshore of which 50 affordable units (min. 10%) • Generates $5+ million annually in taxes • Other Community Benefits: Great Streets, LEED/Green Building, public art ($200,000 private), local business required (> 30%) C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 5 Mueller Redevelopment Overview 700 acres, Former airport site Long-term planning, citizen INPUT Public private partnership Mixed-use, mixed-income community 25% FOR-SALE and rental units in affordable homes program 20% PARKS AND OPEN SPACE UT-Austin Downtown Credit: McCann Adams Studio Residential Commercial Institutional Retail 1993 Decision to move airport 1997 Planning Begins 1999 Airport Closes 2000 Plan Adopted by Council 2002 Develope r Selected 2004 Agreeme nt Signed 2007 First Projects Built Greenspace 2021 Develop ment Continue s Infrastructure 2024 Estimate d Completi on C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C …

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December Meeting Minutes original pdf

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SOUTH CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD DRAFT MINUTES FOR DECEMBER 20, 2021 AT 6:00PM The South Central Waterfront Advisory Board convened in a Regular Meeting on December 20, 2021 at Austin City Hall, 301 W 2nd Street, Austin, Texas 78701, at the Boards and Commissions Room 1101. Chair Samuel Franco called the meeting to order at 6:02 pm. Board Members in attendance: Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor and Council) Karen Paup (Affordable Housing Rep) Jeff Thompson (Planning Commission) Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek NA) 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Ex Officios: Gloria Aguilera (ORES) COA Staff: Christine Maguire Matthew Schmidt a. Vice Chair Kurth made a motion, seconded by Board Member Jeff Thompson, to approve the draft October 18, 2021 SCWAB meeting minutes. The motion to approve passed without amendment with 5 yes votes and 3 members absent. 2. NEW BUSINESS a. South Central Waterfront Financial Toolbox – Kim Olivares, Financial Services, provided an update on the financing options available to support the development of the South Central Waterfront Vision Plan. The Board discussed and no action was taken. b. Austin Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Update – Anne Gatling Haynes, AEDC, provided an update on current AEDC initiatives, as well as the AEDC’s current role in the South Central Waterfront Initiative. The Board discussed and no action was taken. 3. OLD BUSINESS a. South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan Overview and Status Update – Greg Dutton, Housing and Planning Department, provided an update on status on the development of the South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan. The Board discussed and no action was taken. b. Questions from Community Development Commission (CDC) on Achieving of South Central Waterfront Affordable Housing Goals – Karen Paup, Community Development Commission and SCW Advisory Board member, provided an update on action taken by the CDC in regard to the affordable housing and the South Central Waterfront Initiative. 4. WORKING GROUP UPDATES & ASSIGNMENTS FROM CHAIR a. Community Benefits, Infrastructure, and Regulating Plan – No updates. b. Finance and Governance – No updates. c. Active Projects – No updates. 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS The Board Members were asked to provide Chairman Franco with potential future agenda items. a. One Texas Center Development Update 6. ADJOURNMENT – 7:19 pm.

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February Meeting Minutes original pdf

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2022 AT 6:00PM AUSTIN ENERGY HEADQUARTERS ASSEMBLY ROOM 4815 MUELLER BOULEVARD, AUSTIN, TEXAS 78723 Meeting Minutes Call to order by: Chair S. Franco at 6:10 PM Board Members: Ex Officios: ✓ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) __Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) __Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ✓ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) __Linda Guerrero (Environmental Commission) ✓ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ✓ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) ✓ Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) __Tom Groce (South River City Neighborhood Assn) ✓ Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) __ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) ✓ Kim Vasquez/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) __ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) __ Molly Alexander (Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ✓ Margaret Shaw ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins ✓ Christine Maguire “✓ “Denotes who were in attendance 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES of December 20, 2021. • The Board took no action. a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Meeting b. Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to amend the Board’s October 18, 2021, meeting minutes to add “with conditions” to the end of the first sentence of agenda item 3E. Board Member K. Paup seconded the motion. • The motion failed: [ 3 ayes, 1 nay, 2 Abstentions] 2. NEW BUSINESS (ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION) a. One Texas Center Development Update - Andrew Moore, Financial Services, and Mandy De Mayo, Housing and Planning, provided an overview and update on the redevelopment of City-owned One Texas Center site. • The Board discussed and took no action. b. Discussion and Possible Recommendations on FY2022-23 City Budget. Staff Member M. Shaw reminded Board that recommendations for the FY2022-23 City budget are due March 31, 2022. Board member L. Cottam-Sajbel suggested asking the Working Group on Finance and Governance to develop budget recommendations for Board consideration at the March 21 meeting. • Chair S. Franco assigned task to the Finance and Governance Working Group. 3. OLD BUSINESS (ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION) a) Questions from Community Development Commission (CDC) on Achieving of South Central Waterfront Affordable Housing Goals presented by Board Member K. Paup. Mandy DeMayo, Housing and Planning, responded to questions posed. • The Board discussed and took no action. 4. WORKING GROUP UPDATES & ASSIGNMENTS FROM CHAIR a) Community Benefits, Infrastructure, and …

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South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan Update Presentation original pdf

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South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan South Central Waterfront Advisory Board April 18, 2022 Greg Dutton – Housing and Planning Content Regulating Plan How will it work? What will it do? What will it not do? Gives and gets Other Considerations Next Steps Overall Process Regulating Plan Creation Incorporation into LDC (Adoption) 3 Regulating Plan: how will it work? Developer Provides: • On-site affordable housing • Fee-in-lieu affordable housing • Other public realm benefits Developer Gets: • Increased entitlements 4 Regulating Plan: how will it work?  Opt-in, voluntary  Works in conjunction with existing WFO (does not replace it)  Mechanically similar to University Neighborhood Overlay (UNO)  Amendment to the land development code 5 Regulating Plan: what will it do?  Control physical buildout  Lay out public benefits and developer incentives  Include requirements for Affordable Housing provided by private developments that utilize bonus entitlements  Open space, streetscape, frontage, building height, land uses, parking 6 Regulating Plan: what will it not do?  Does not mandate participation  Does not speak to financing, funding sources, or public-private  Does not allow wiggle room or negotiating  Part of a larger toolbox - will not achieve the framework vision by partnerships itself 7 Regulating Plan: gives and gets*  Public goods:  Additional entitlements:  Affordable housing  Height subdistricts up to  On and off-site, 10%+ 400’ set aside  Improved streetscape  Enhanced open space  Improved pedestrian experience  Additional land uses  Additional floor area  No site area requirements  No minimum parking required *All properties in the district eligible to participate 8 Other Considerations  TIRZ in process  Project Connect:  Blue Line stop (above ground) + bridge  Orange Line stop (underground)  Changed market since 2016  Acuña ruling 9 Next Steps  Regulating plan:  Concepts: April/May 2022  Draft code: May/June 2022  Adoption: June/July/August 2022 20% Affordable Housing Gap Finance 1 0

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Updated South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan Update original pdf

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South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan South Central Waterfront Advisory Board May 2, 2022 Greg Dutton – Housing and Planning Content Regulating Plan How will it work? What will it do? What will it not do? Gives and gets Other Considerations Next Steps Overall Process Regulating Plan Creation Incorporation into LDC (Adoption) 3 Regulating Plan: how will it work? Developer Provides: • On-site affordable housing • Fee-in-lieu affordable housing • Other public realm benefits Developer Gets: • Increased entitlements 4 Regulating Plan: how will it work? ▪ Opt-in, voluntary ▪ Works in conjunction with existing WFO (does not replace it) ▪ Mechanically similar to University Neighborhood Overlay (UNO) ▪ Amendment to the land development code 5 Regulating Plan: what will it do? ▪ Control physical buildout ▪ Lay out public benefits and developer incentives ▪ Include requirements for Affordable Housing provided by private developments that utilize bonus entitlements ▪ Open space, streetscape, frontage, building height, land uses, parking 6 Regulating Plan: what will it not do? ▪ Does not mandate participation ▪ Does not speak to financing, funding sources, or public-private ▪ Does not allow wiggle room or negotiating ▪ Part of a larger toolbox - will not achieve the framework vision by partnerships itself 7 Regulating Plan: gives and gets* ▪ Public goods: ▪ Additional entitlements: ▪ Affordable housing ▪ Height subdistricts up to ▪ On and off-site, 10%+ 400’ set aside ▪ Improved streetscape ▪ Enhanced open space ▪ Improved pedestrian experience ▪ CBD land uses ▪ Additional floor area (FAR) ▪ No site area requirements ▪ No minimum parking required *All properties in the district eligible to participate 8 Next Steps ▪ Regulating plan: ▪ Summary of plan: SCWAB 5/16/22 ▪ Regulating plan draft: SCWAB 6/20/22 ▪ SCWAB working groups? ▪ SCWAB recommendation 7/18/22 ▪ COJC recommendation 8/17/22 ▪ PC recommendation 8/23/22 ▪ Council adoption: 9/1/22 20% Affordable Housing Gap Finance 9 Other Considerations ▪ TIRZ in process ▪ Project Connect: ▪ Blue Line stop (above ground) + bridge ▪ Orange Line stop (underground) ▪ Acuña ruling 1 0

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20220502-2A: 2022-2023 Budget Recommendation original pdf

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BOARD/COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION South Central Waterfront Advisory Board Date: May 2, 2022 Subject: 2022-2023 Budget Recommendation Description: SCWAB held a special called public meeting on May 2, 2022 and considered recommendations to the City’s FY2022-23 proposed budget to be considered by City Council this summer. This resolution was adopted recommending to Council to include a dedicated community engagement process regarding the proposed Lady Bird Lake waterfront park and other open spaces included in the South-Central Waterfront area. Whereas, the community engagement on the South-Central Waterfront Plan was completed in 2017, and the community has not been formally engaged since, Whereas, the City Council is considering an application to amend the PUD at 305 South Congress which proposes to dedicate eight acres of parks and public spaces, including a Lady Bird Lake waterfront park with boardwalk, bat-watching area, reconstructed hike-and-bike trail, and spaces named the Great Lawn and Great Steps, Whereas, the proposed Blue Line Bridge being implemented with Project Connect will include possible pedestrian and bicycle access, SCWAB recommends to City Council to consider allocating funding for outreach and community engagement regarding the accessibility, programming, and operations of the Lady Bird Lake waterfront park and other open spaces included in the South-Central Waterfront area. Further this public engagement should include a discussion regarding the overall South Central Waterfront Vision Plan and the community benefits detailed therein. Record of the Vote: 6 Yes , 0 Nays Attest: Samuel Franco, Chair

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Approved Minutes original pdf

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SPECIAL CALLED MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD MONDAY, MAY 2, 2022 AT 6:00PM PERMITTING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER, ROOM 1406 6310 WILHELMINA DELCO DR, AUSTIN, TX 78752 MEETING MINUTES Call to order by: Chair S. Franco at 6:20 PM Board Members: Ex Officios: ✓ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) __Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) ✓ Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ✓ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) ✓ Ana Aguirre (Environmental Commission) ✓ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ✓ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) __Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) __Vacant (South River City Neighborhood Assn) __Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) __ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) __ John Guinan/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) __ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) ✓ Michele Van Hyfte(Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ✓ Margaret Shaw ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins ✓ Christine Maguire “✓ “Denotes who were in attendance 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Meeting of December 15, 2021, and February 22, 2022 • Board Member J. Thompson made a motion to approve the December 15, 2021, and February 22, 2022 meeting minutes, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [ 6 ayes, 0 nays] 2. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Discussion and Possible action on FY2022-23 City Budget Recommendations. • Board Member J. Thompson made a motion to table item 2A for later in the meeting, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [6 ayes, 0 nays] • Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to send a recommendation to Council for 2022-2023 budget recommendations, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [6 ayes, 0 nays] b. South Central Waterfront Advisory Board Elections • Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion for Chair S. Franco to remain as Chair, Board Member J. Thompson seconded • The motion was approved [ 6 ayes, 0 nays] • Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to nominate J. Thompson as Vice Chair, Chair S. Franco seconded • The motion was approved [ 6 ayes, 0 nays] c. Greg Dutton of the Housing and Planning Department updated the Board on the progress of the South-Central Waterfront Regulating Plan. • The Board discussed and took no action. d. Christine Maguire of the Economic Development Department presented to the Board the …

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD MONDAY, APRIL 18, 2022 AT 6:00PM AUSTIN CITY HALL, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS ROOM 1101 301 W. 2ND STREET, AUSTIN, TEXAS 78701 Some members of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board may be participating by videoconference. Public participation will be allowed in-person or via telephone. Instructions for Remote Participation (General Public): • All interested individuals of the general public must register in advance (Sunday, April 17, 2022 by noon). • Call or email the board liaison at 512-974-9312 or aaron.jenkins@austintexas.gov, no later than noon, (the day before the meeting). The information required is the speaker’s name, telephone number (must be the same number that will be used to call into the meeting), and e-mail address. If interested in speaking, please provide the agenda item number(s) you wish to speak on. • • Once a request to participate has been made to the board liaison, the information to call on the day of the scheduled meeting will be provided either by email or phone call. Board Members: Ex Officios: ___ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) ___ Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) ___ Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ___ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) ___ Linda Guerrero (Environmental Commission) ___ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ___ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) ___ Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) ___ Tom Groce (South River City Neighborhood Assn) ___ Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) ___ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) ___ Kim Vasquez/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) ___ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) ___ Molly Alexander (Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ___ Margaret Shaw ___ Aaron D. Jenkins ___ Christine Maguire AGENDA CALL TO ORDER PUBLIC COMMUNICATION: GENERAL The first 10 speakers who register to speak no later than noon the day before the meeting will be allowed a three-minute allotment to address their concerns regarding items not posted on the agenda. 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Meeting of December 15, 2021, and February 22, 2022 2. NEW BUSINESS (Discussion and Possible Action) a. Discussion and Possible action on FY2022-23 City Budget Recommendations. b. South Central Waterfront Advisory Board Elections c. Staff briefing on the South-Central Waterfront Regulating Plan to be presented by Greg Dutton of the Housing and Planning Department. d. Staff briefing on the South-Central …

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April 18, 2022

AEDC Update Presentation original pdf

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Update to Austin Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Board of Directors South Central Waterfront March 21, 2022 Agenda ❑ Key Ingredients for Implementation ❑ Austin’s Past Experience Implementing Projects ❑ How Past Projects Inform AEDC Role ❑ City and AEDC Roles ❑ Governance ❑ Next Steps C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 2 3 Key Ingredients for Vision Implementation ❑ Governance and Organization ➢ Creation of external development entity (AEDC) ➢Dedicated City staff working group /leads ❑ Physical Framework through Regulation ❑ Public Financing Tools (selected): ➢ City capital improvements program (CIP)/ Voter approved bonds ➢ Redeveloping City-owned land (1 parcel: One Texas Center) ➢Economic development agreements ➢Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone ➢Public Improvement District ➢Affordable housing incentives ➢Density bonuses / Transfer of Development Rights C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 3 C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 4 SEAHOLM DISTRICT • 1990s- 2004 City dialogue, planning, and studies to redevelop City owned parcels downtown, sites of major utility infrastructure Seaholm Power Plant and Green Water Treatment Plant • 2004-2022 Seaholm and Green WTP redeveloped with Central Library, retail, housing, and offices • Housing Components – 741 Ownership: The Independent (363); Austin Proper (98); Seaholm Residence (280) – 439 Rental at Northshore of which 50 affordable units (min. 10%) • Generates $5+ million annually in taxes • Other Community Benefits: Great Streets, LEED/Green Building, public art ($200,000 private), local business required (> 30%) C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C D EVEL OP M EN T 5 Mueller Redevelopment Overview 700 acres, Former airport site Long-term planning, citizen INPUT Public private partnership Mixed-use, mixed-income community 25% FOR-SALE and rental units in affordable homes program 20% PARKS AND OPEN SPACE UT-Austin Downtown Credit: McCann Adams Studio Residential Commercial Institutional Retail 1993 Decision to move airport 1997 Planning Begins 1999 Airport Closes 2000 Plan Adopted by Council 2002 Develope r Selected 2004 Agreeme nt Signed 2007 First Projects Built Greenspace 2021 Develop ment Continue s Infrastructure 2024 Estimate d Completi on C I T Y O F A U S T I N EC ON OMI C …

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April 18, 2022

December 2021 Draft Meeting Minutes original pdf

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SOUTH CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD DRAFT MINUTES FOR DECEMBER 20, 2021 AT 6:00PM The South Central Waterfront Advisory Board convened in a Regular Meeting on December 20, 2021 at Austin City Hall, 301 W 2nd Street, Austin, Texas 78701, at the Boards and Commissions Room 1101. Chair Samuel Franco called the meeting to order at 6:02 pm. Board Members in attendance: Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor and Council) Karen Paup (Affordable Housing Rep) Jeff Thompson (Planning Commission) Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek NA) 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES Ex Officios: Gloria Aguilera (ORES) COA Staff: Christine Maguire Matthew Schmidt a. Vice Chair Kurth made a motion, seconded by Board Member Jeff Thompson, to approve the draft October 18, 2021 SCWAB meeting minutes. The motion to approve passed without amendment with 5 yes votes and 3 members absent. 2. NEW BUSINESS a. South Central Waterfront Financial Toolbox – Kim Olivares, Financial Services, provided an update on the financing options available to support the development of the South Central Waterfront Vision Plan. The Board discussed and no action was taken. b. Austin Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) Update – Anne Gatling Haynes, AEDC, provided an update on current AEDC initiatives, as well as the AEDC’s current role in the South Central Waterfront Initiative. The Board discussed and no action was taken. 3. OLD BUSINESS a. South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan Overview and Status Update – Greg Dutton, Housing and Planning Department, provided an update on status on the development of the South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan. The Board discussed and no action was taken. b. Questions from Community Development Commission (CDC) on Achieving of South Central Waterfront Affordable Housing Goals – Karen Paup, Community Development Commission and SCW Advisory Board member, provided an update on action taken by the CDC in regard to the affordable housing and the South Central Waterfront Initiative. 4. WORKING GROUP UPDATES & ASSIGNMENTS FROM CHAIR a. Community Benefits, Infrastructure, and Regulating Plan – No updates. b. Finance and Governance – No updates. c. Active Projects – No updates. 5. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS The Board Members were asked to provide Chairman Franco with potential future agenda items. a. One Texas Center Development Update 6. ADJOURNMENT – 7:19 pm.

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April 18, 2022

February 2022 Draft Meeting Minutes original pdf

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REGULAR MEETING OF THE SOUTH-CENTRAL WATERFRONT ADVISORY BOARD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2022 AT 6:00PM AUSTIN ENERGY HEADQUARTERS ASSEMBLY ROOM 4815 MUELLER BOULEVARD, AUSTIN, TEXAS 78723 Meeting Minutes Call to order by: Chair S. Franco at 6:10 PM Board Members: Ex Officios: ✓ Chair Samuel Franco (Design Commission) __Vice Chair Lynn Kurth (Mayor & District 9 Joint Appointee) __Jeffrey Thompson (Planning Commission) ✓ Paul Byars (Trail Foundation) __Linda Guerrero (Environmental Commission) ✓ Laura Cottam-Sajbel (Parks & Recreation Board) ✓ Karen Paup (Community Development Commission) ✓ Jeff Seiden (Bouldin Creek Neighborhood Assn.) __Tom Groce (South River City Neighborhood Assn) ✓ Sam Tedford (Housing & Planning Dept) __ Nazlie Saeedi (Austin Transportation Dept) ✓ Kim Vasquez/Marek Izydorczyk (ORES) __ Rolando Fernandez (Financial Services Dept) __ Molly Alexander (Downtown Austin Alliance) COA Economic Development Staff Liaisons: ✓ Margaret Shaw ✓ Aaron D. Jenkins ✓ Christine Maguire “✓ “Denotes who were in attendance 1. APPROVAL OF MINUTES of December 20, 2021. • The Board took no action. a. Approval of the minutes of the South-Central Waterfront Advisory Board (SCWAB) Meeting b. Board Member L. Cottam-Sajbel made a motion to amend the Board’s October 18, 2021, meeting minutes to add “with conditions” to the end of the first sentence of agenda item 3E. Board Member K. Paup seconded the motion. • The motion failed: [ 3 ayes, 1 nay, 2 Abstentions] 2. NEW BUSINESS (ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION) a. One Texas Center Development Update - Andrew Moore, Financial Services, and Mandy De Mayo, Housing and Planning, provided an overview and update on the redevelopment of City-owned One Texas Center site. • The Board discussed and took no action. b. Discussion and Possible Recommendations on FY2022-23 City Budget. Staff Member M. Shaw reminded Board that recommendations for the FY2022-23 City budget are due March 31, 2022. Board member L. Cottam-Sajbel suggested asking the Working Group on Finance and Governance to develop budget recommendations for Board consideration at the March 21 meeting. • Chair S. Franco assigned task to the Finance and Governance Working Group. 3. OLD BUSINESS (ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION) a) Questions from Community Development Commission (CDC) on Achieving of South Central Waterfront Affordable Housing Goals presented by Board Member K. Paup. Mandy DeMayo, Housing and Planning, responded to questions posed. • The Board discussed and took no action. 4. WORKING GROUP UPDATES & ASSIGNMENTS FROM CHAIR a) Community Benefits, Infrastructure, and …

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April 18, 2022

South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan Update original pdf

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South Central Waterfront Regulating Plan South Central Waterfront Advisory Board April 18, 2022 Greg Dutton – Housing and Planning Content Regulating Plan How will it work? What will it do? What will it not do? Gives and gets Other Considerations Next Steps Overall Process Regulating Plan Creation Incorporation into LDC (Adoption) 3 Regulating Plan: how will it work? Developer Provides: • On-site affordable housing • Fee-in-lieu affordable housing • Other public realm benefits Developer Gets: • Increased entitlements 4 Regulating Plan: how will it work?  Opt-in, voluntary  Works in conjunction with existing WFO (does not replace it)  Mechanically similar to University Neighborhood Overlay (UNO)  Amendment to the land development code 5 Regulating Plan: what will it do?  Control physical buildout  Lay out public benefits and developer incentives  Include requirements for Affordable Housing provided by private developments that utilize bonus entitlements  Open space, streetscape, frontage, building height, land uses, parking 6 Regulating Plan: what will it not do?  Does not mandate participation  Does not speak to financing, funding sources, or public-private  Does not allow wiggle room or negotiating  Part of a larger toolbox - will not achieve the framework vision by partnerships itself 7 Regulating Plan: gives and gets*  Public goods:  Additional entitlements:  Affordable housing  Height subdistricts up to  On and off-site, 10%+ 400’ set aside  Improved streetscape  Enhanced open space  Improved pedestrian experience  Additional land uses  Additional floor area  No site area requirements  No minimum parking required *All properties in the district eligible to participate 8 Other Considerations  TIRZ in process  Project Connect:  Blue Line stop (above ground) + bridge  Orange Line stop (underground)  Changed market since 2016  Acuña ruling 9 Next Steps  Regulating plan:  Concepts: April/May 2022  Draft code: May/June 2022  Adoption: June/July/August 2022 20% Affordable Housing Gap Finance 1 0

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