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Overview -- Market -- Community benefits -- Sustainability integration -- Place types -- District planning -- Implementation -- Appendix. Reinvent PHX is a collaborative partnership between the City of Phoenix, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Arizona State University, St. Luke's Health Initiatives and numerous other organizations committed to developing walkable, opportunity-rich communities connected to light rail. Reinvent PHX will create action plans for districts along the light rail system. The plans will establish a community-based vision for the future and identify investment strategies to improve the quality of life for all residents. This process will establish a ...

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Reinvent PHX (Phoenix, Ariz.), Phoenix (Ariz.)
Created Date
2013

Executive summary -- Correspondence to scope of work -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Housing challenges in the Uptown District -- 1.2. Profile of the "Reinvent Phoenix" grant -- 1.3. Sustainable housing research -- 1.4. Objectives of the strategy study -- Chapter 2. Research design and data sources -- Chapter 3. Strategy inputs (current state assessment, vision, theory of change) -- 3.1. Current state of housing in the Uptown District -- 3.2. Vision for sustainable housing in the Uptown District -- 3.3. Theory of change -- Chapter 4. Sustainable housing strategy for the Uptown District -- 4.1. Linking sustainable housing ...

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Golub, Aaron, Wiek, Arnim, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2014-01-28

Executive summary -- Correspondence to scope of work -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Green systems challenges in the Uptown District -- 1.2. Profile of the "Reinvent Phoenix" grant -- 1.3. Sustainable green systems research -- 1.4. Objectives of the strategy study -- Chapter 2. Research design and data sources -- Chapter 3. Strategy inputs -- 3.1. Summary of the current state assessment -- 3.2. Summary of the vision for green systems in Uptown -- 3.3. Theory of change -- Chapter 4.sustainable green systems strategy for the Uptown District -- 4.1. Linking sustainable green systems goals to interventions and investment ...

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Wiek, Arnim, Golub, Aaron, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2014-02

Health assessment report -- Solano District and its residents -- Solano health assets -- Access to healthy food -- Healthy food options in Solano -- Community-identified barriers to healthy food -- Access to recreation -- Solano Park -- Safe streets and public spaces -- Community-identified street concerns -- Injury analysis -- Street audits and epidemiological observations -- Public transportation -- Health strategy report -- Healthy food strategies -- Strategy one. Strengthen the existing retail food environment -- Strategy two. Create new healthy food outlets in the Solano District -- Tools for implementation of food strategies -- Recreation strategies -- Strategy ...

Contributors
St. Luke's Health Initiatives (Phoenix, Ariz.), Arizona State University, Reinvent PHX (Phoenix, Ariz.)
Created Date
2013

Executive summary -- Correspondence to scope of work -- Introduction -- Research design and data sources -- Sustainable green systems goals, indicators, and targets -- Sustainability of the current state of green systems -- Causal problem maps of green systems -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendix This report indicates that the current green systems conditions in the Uptown District are poor overall. Of particular concern are water consumption, lack of trees, and high temperatures. Sustainable green systems strives for fully functional stormwater, biodiversity, and resource management practices, as well as sustainable levels of thermal comfort, energy efficiency, and access to ...

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Golub, Aaron, Wiek, Arnim, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2013-12-09

Housing and population density -- Housing types -- Housing age -- Overcrowding -- Housing and transportation costs -- Household demographics -- Zoning and land use -- Historical parcels -- Affordable housing projects This appendix contains descriptive data on housing conditions in Uptown through a series of tables, charts, and maps.

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Golub, Aaron, Wiek, Arnim, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2014-09-24

Executive summary -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Housing challenges in the Uptown District -- 1.2. Profile of the Reinvent Phoenix grant -- 1.3. Sustainable housing research in the Uptown District -- 1.4. Objectives of the current state assessment -- Chapter 2. Research design and data sources -- Chapter 3. Sustainable housing goals, indicators, and targets -- 3.1. Goal 1. Meet demand with adequate housing options -- 3.2. Goal 2. Provide sufficient housing quality and health -- 3.3. Goal 3. Secure affordability of housing -- 3.4. Goal 4. Conserve natural resources in homes -- 3.5. Goal 5. Maintain valuable cultural ...

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Golub, Aaron, Wiek, Arnim, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2013-12-07

Executive summary -- Correspondence to scope of work -- Chapter 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Profile of the Uptown District -- 1.2. Profile of the Reinvent Phoenix project -- 1.3. Objectives of the district visioning study -- Chapter 2. Visioning research process -- 2.1. Overview---SPARC visioning research methodology -- 2.2. Steps, methods, and participatory settings (public engagement) -- Chapter 3. Results -- 3.1. District-wide vision for the Uptown District in 2040 -- 3.2. Vision descriptions for specific transition areas (transition areas) within the Uptown District -- 3.2.1. Vision for Mariposa to Highland -- 3.2.2. Vision for Central Avenue and Indian School ...

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Wiek, Arnim, Golub, Aaron, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2014-07-27

Health assessment report -- Solano District and its residents -- Solano health assets -- Access to healthy food -- Healthy food options in Solano -- Community-identified barriers to healthy food -- Access to recreation -- Solano Park -- Safe streets and public spaces -- Community-identified street concerns -- Injury analysis -- Street audits and epidemiological observations -- Public transportation -- Health strategy report -- Healthy food strategies -- Strategy one. Strengthen the existing retail food environment -- Strategy two. Create new healthy food outlets in the Solano District -- Tools for implementation of food strategies -- Recreation strategies -- Strategy ...

Contributors
St. Luke's Health Initiatives (Phoenix, Ariz.), Arizona State University, Reinvent PHX (Phoenix, Ariz.)
Created Date
2013

Executive summary -- Correspondence to scope of work -- Introduction -- Research design and data sources -- Sustainable green systems goals, indicators, and targets -- Sustainability of the current state of green systems -- Causal problem maps of green systems -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendix This report indicates that the current green systems conditions in the Solano District, of Phoenix, Arizona, are very poor overall. Of particular concern are high temperatures, unsustainable water management, and lack of trees. Sustainable green systems strives for fully functional stormwater, biodiversity, and resource management practices, as well as sustainable levels of thermal comfort, ...

Contributors
Golub, Aaron, Wiek, Arnim, Arizona State University. School of Sustainability, et al.
Created Date
2014-06-10

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