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Published on February 16, 2014

Author: MplsParksFoundation

Source: slideshare.net

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Water Works Design Team - SCAPE, Rogers Partners, James Lima Planning + Design - presented this Water Works design-in-progress in Minneapolis.

Click through for insights into this dynamic public space on the mighty Mississippi's only natural waterfall, along with detailed slides of the designers' suggestions for landscape design, year-round park programming and integrating with the site's urban surroundings.

For more on the project, please visit http://mplsparksfoundation.org/projects/water-works.
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Central Mississippi Riverfront Regional Park Master Plan CAC and TAC Meeting # 7 Public Open House February 13, 2014

MEETING AGENDA: • Welcome - Updates and Announcements • Meeting Overview - Schedule • Water Works Focus Area -Project Overview/Presentation -CAC and TAC Discussions • Next Steps • Public Open House

WATER WORKS SCHEMATIC PROCESS February 14, 2014

Minneapolis Warehouse District St Anthony Falls Historic District Water Works Site Mississippi Stone Arch Bridge Downtown Central Minneapolis Water Works Site REGIONAL PARK SYSTEM © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 4

Poor signage Unclear circulation Gatehouse is under the parking lot Unprogrammed space © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 5

No water access Fenced-off habitat Unprogrammed lawn © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 6

Steep, inaccessible slopes Overgrown vegetation © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 7

Little engagement with ruins Unprotected walls could be stabilized to reduce risk Soft stone is decaying Filled in canal © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 8

Blocked views to river No sidewalk Undefined circulation © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 9

Hidden connection to downtown Bicycle and pedestrian conflict Fast traffic Pinch point © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 10

CONNECTING THE SECTION

+/- 788 +/- 808 +/- 821 1st. Street Pinchpoint W. River PKWY +/- 820-842 Portland Ave. 5th Ave. 3rd Ave. N 0 50 100 ft 1” = 100’ DISCONNECTED BLUFFS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 12

Expanded Bluff 1st. Street W. River PKWY Portland Ave. 5th Ave. 3rd Ave. N 0 50 100 ft 1” = 100’ LANDSCAPE FORM & NEW STRUCTURES CONNECT SPACES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 13

Community Rooms Exposed Ruin Wall Expanded Bluff Bike/Ped Path per guidelines Immersive Habitat USACE Concrete mooring 1st Street Existing section Enhanced mill experience W. River Parkway Views Enhanced geological experience HIGH EXPANDED BLUFF SCHEME EXPANDED BLUFF MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI RIVER © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 14

PKW Y RIVE R WEST 1ST STREET PORTLAND AVENUE 5TH AVENUE 3RD AVENUE

HOW IS YOUR FEEDBACK INCORPORATED? SCHEMATIC DESIGN REPORT 4 COST ESTIMATE + ROAD MAP TR IP Public Presentation of Concept Alternatives (CAC, TAC, public meeting) IP 3 2 IP TR IP TR Community Meetings (CAC, TAC, public meeting) SCHEDULE APRIL SCHEMATIC DESIGN 1 FRAMEWORK & CONCEPT TR CONTEXT & CONNECTIONS FEBRUARY 13 NOVEMBER 13-15 SEPTEMBER 23-25 WE ARE HERE Community Meetings (CAC, TAC, open house) © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 16

2014 CENTRAL RIVERFRONT MASTER PLAN APPORVAL SCHEMATIC DESIGN DESIGN DEVELOPMENT WATER WORKS WE ARE HERE 2018 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTATION ADDITIONAL OUTREACH FEASIBILITY STUDIES PROJECT TIMELINE SITE INVESTIGATION PERMITTING/ APPROVALS BIDDING + AWARD CONSTRUCTION © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 17

PUBLIC FEEDBACK what we heard from you

PUBLIC MEETING - SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 19

PUBLIC MEETING - SEPTEMBER 25, 2013 © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 20

PUBLIC MEETING - NOVEMBER 15, 2013 © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 21

PROGRAM THE SPACE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 22

DIVERSIFY THE SPACE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 23

DIFFERING OPINIONS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 24

SURVEY RESULTS what we heard from you Visit the Minneapolis Parks Foundation website for the complete results of the public survey. mplsparksfoundation.org © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 25

“Wildlife, birds, natural plantings augmented with wild flowers... yet very woodsy.” “Grab a drink, let the kids run and play in a safe environment.” “A place to sit inside and drink a cup of coffee.” “Restaurant space would be especially important in the winter.” “Lots of green space, good views, places to sit and contemplate.” “There must be safe crossings for pedestrians (and bicyclists) in the neighborhood.” “Read a book overlooking water.” “Engaging with the history in a contemporary and enticing experiential way.” “Preservation, nature/ greenspace…. do not need to compete, they coexist as systems that reinforce the special-ness of this space.” “A passive space that serves as a beautiful connection between downtown and the river.” “Public restrooms or food stands.” “Explore the ruins and learn about the area’s industrial past.” © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 26

3R D AV E BR ID GE 2 CIRCULATION + IMMERSIVE EDGE 3 CANAL + GATEHOUSE ZONE BIKE STROLL PERCH FISH INTERPRET LEARN RENT EAT PARKING ROOM STONE ARCH BRIDGE PARK BUILDING 2 PLAY PICNIC GATHER RELAX 1 ZONING DIAGRAM PARK BUILDING 1 COMMUNITY SPACES + EXPANDED BLUFF © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 27

CIVIC ASPIRATIONS ECONOMICS PLACE MAKING

E OUTSIDE D INSIDE D EN T X XT E EXTEND THE STAY! N E © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 29

Year-round use Indoor and outdoor experiences to extend the stay OPPORTUNITIES: WHAT PROGRAMMING CAN SUPPORT AT WATER WORKS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 30

Equity Revenue generation OPPORTUNITIES: WHAT PROGRAMMING CAN SUPPORT AT WATER WORKS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 31

Enhanced access Places of rest OPPORTUNITIES: WHAT PROGRAMMING CAN SUPPORT AT WATER WORKS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 32

Equipment rentals and recreation... ...in all seasons! OPPORTUNITIES: WHAT PROGRAMMING CAN SUPPORT AT WATER WORKS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 33

Yo un an g d tal ne em en ste pty t rs Students and locals Young talent Yo u em ng t pt ale y n nt es an te d rs PARK AUDIENCES: LIVE Diverse Y tal oun en g em t an ne pty d ste rs Students Immigrants, students © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 34

d oo l h or rcia b gh me ei m N co tiv ef s me nt irm Go ve rn por fina ate an nce d Cr ea Education and medical Medical Nonprofit PARK AUDIENCES: WORK Nbhd Commercial d an n io l at ica uc ed m Ed Cor De sig m n ed an ia d Cr ea fir tiv m e s © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 35

k Ea t, , t Ea dr ink W al k, ru W atc n, Ea t bi ke h Eat, drink , bu Eat Wa tc h y Ea t, da dr nc ink e , Hear, cheer rin d Cheer Eat, hear PARK AUDIENCES: PLAY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 36

Yo un an g Ea d tal em net, Cre en d p stfe riati ty t irr nk e m v ss d oo l h or rcia b k gh rin e i d m , Netcom a E W al k, Students n, Yo un bi eCreag t ke mp t a tyivelen W neafir t a sttcmsnd eh rs nt Eat, drink me Go ve rn CorEa pot, b rate y fina u an nce d ru Y tal oun g e Eae nt a n tm ne pty d ste rs PARK AUDIENCES: LIVE, WORK, PLAY Cheer So se cia rvi l ce s Diverse Immigran Nbhd Eat,ts, hear Commercial students d an n io l at ica uc ed m Medical Education and medical Ed Young talent Wa tc h D Eae t,sig dm drn an ina ed n ceia k, d Hear, cheer Students and locals © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 37

Target  Field    2,700,000     Central  Riverfront    1,800,000     Minnehaha  Park    1,200,000     Target  Center    1,000,000     Metrodome    800,000     Nicollet  Mall    750,000     Conven9on  Center    666,000     Walker  Art  Museum    600,000     Minneapolis  Ins9tute  of  Art    450,000     Guthrie  Theatre    450,000     Mill  City  Museum  &  Market    236,000     Annual visitation at Minneapolis attractions PARK AUDIENCES: VISIT © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 38

Residents: Sites of local significance • Coffee shops • Parks and recreational spaces • Street fairs and markets • Restaurants • Neighborhood “third places” Visitors and tourists: Sites of regional significance • Cultural institutions • Sports facilities • Landmarks and icons • Historic sites • Destination restaurants PARK AUDIENCES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 39

Water Works Minneapolis, MN Mears Park St Paul, MN Riverfront Cedar Rapids, IA Millenium Park Chicago, IL Water Works Park Des Moines, IA Citygarden St Louis, MO Waterfront Park Louisville, KY Cumberland Park Nashville, TN Downtown Park Oklahoma City, MN Riverfront Park Memphis, TN MIDWESTERN CITIES INVESTING IN PUBLIC SPACES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 40

Millennium Park | Chicago Mears Park | St Paul MIDWESTERN CITIES INVESTING IN PUBLIC SPACES Waterfront Park | Louisville © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 41

Shingle Creek Great Rounds Scenic Byway Victory Memorial Parkway Northeast Theodore Wirth Park Water Works site Sculpture Garden Mississippi Gorge Chain of Lakes Minnehaha Parkway Minnehaha Park and Falls ASSETS: WHAT MAKES MINNEAPOLIS UNIQUE? © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 42

The riverfront Mill ruins and history ASSETS: WHAT MAKES MINNEAPOLIS UNIQUE Food culture © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 43

30 min walk to St Anthony Playground 30 min walk to Boom Island Playground 15 min walk to North Loop Playground 30 min walk to Dickman Park Playground 20 min walk to Holmes Park Playground 40 min walk to Beltrami Park Playground 40 min walk to Marcy Park Playground Water Works Site 30 min walk to Loring Park Playground 20 min walk to Elliott Park Playground 30 min walk to Franklin Steele Park Playground 30 min walk to Currie Park Playground A PROGRAMMING VOID AT THE CENTER © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 44

6T BA 4T UN D AV IVE RS ITY N E AV 1S T 1S ST DA D ST SE Water Works Site N IN GT ON AV D ST S W ES E TR IVE R PK W Y E ST AV H S ND 4T AV 8T H PO RT ES LA ST S 4T 6T H H AV ES 2N D AV ES SH E RSTA 2N BRIDG INTE MA NI CO LL ET WA H E ARC STON TE 3 5W D 3R ID ES E SE H 2N GE LL 3R TS TS BR VE SE 6T SE AV N ST D ST IN 3R D MA AV ST ES E 3R 2N H CE N T E N EE AV PIN NE N HE KS ST ES E VE H LA VE SE N RA H E NT 4T A EN AV 1S V TA OPPORTUNITIES FOR COMPLEMENTARY PROGRAMMING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 45

MAKING A PLACE THAT MEETS FUTURE NEEDS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 46

INTIMATE GATHERING AND SMALL-SCALE PERFORMANCE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 47

RELAX, PLAY, AND ENGAGE WITH THE WATER © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 48

CAPTURING VIEWS AND INTEGRATING AMENITY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 49

INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES CENTERING ON THE PARK BUILDING SNOWSHOE GARDEN FISH BBQ RUN HIDE SIT PLAY READ LISTEN EDUCATE LEARN MEET DRINK EAT STORAGE PARK WALK CONCESSION /FOOD RENTAL EQUIPMENT RESTROOM RELAX BIKE WATCH SKATE PICNIC EXPLORE Park Building Adjacent Ruin Terrace Core Park Landscape Extended Park Landscape WHY PUT A BUILDING HERE? © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 50

Places to get warm or stay cool Restrooms and other services A place to have a drink or a bite to eat Reasons to come year-round and stay longer VIBRANT URBAN PARK EXPERIENCE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 51

precedent 3 Minneapolis Parks Sea Salt $303,000 The Tin Fish $225,000 Bread & Pickle $115,000 The Porch at Schenley $72,000* Black Bear Crossing $29,000 North Pond $104,000 Sandcastle $29,000 *This figure is based on partial-year operation in 2012. 2013 estimated payment: $272,000 - $372,000. REVENUE GENERATION IN PARKS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 52

• Compelling vision and clear plan • Scale operations flexibly • Enhance park experience • Respond to visitor needs • Make it unique, local, special • Complement neighborhood assets REVENUE GENERATION IN PARKS: BEST PRACTICES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 53

THE PARK BUILDING AS PROGRAMMATIC NODE Walk across historic Stone Arch Bridge arrive: 1pm Run up and down Cataract Mill terraces C UI Q Park in new public parking lot K AC SN arrive: 10 am K FAMILY WITH YOUNG CHILDREN Visit Mill City Museum 1 hr 30 min continue biking loop across bridge Take a picture of partially revealed gate house Listen to a concert at amphitheater VISIT CATARACT RUINS RE FIL LW AT ER WEEKEND TOURIST GROUP Build a snowman on expanded bluff park S OE H WS NO Visit Mill Ruins Park S T EN R HAVE LUNCH IT TU COMMUTER CYCLIST arrive: 8 am A DAY IN THE LIFE OF WATER WORKS KE PARK B I OF UP AC HA VE Bike from the north AK Walk through interpretive garden ITH FRI END BRE arrive: 2 pm PW 5 hrs walk to Guthrie theater Watch cyclists from bluff OM WEEKDAY SENIOR CITIZEN Cross street from Riverwest Apts TRO RES Sit on log by water’s edge M AR W BY MEE FI A arrive: 3 pm P RE TE TEENAGE LOVERS Walk from bus stop on 2nd St 2.5 hrs walk to movie theater Play in playground community room Walk up amphitheater Picnic in community room grove 2hrs return to apartment 4 hrs get picked up on First St. © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 54

DESIGN PROCESS & UPDATE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 55

• CIRCULATION • ECOLOGY/GEOLOGY • HISTORY/FUTURE • PROGRAMS & PERCHES • SEASONALITY

PKW Y RIVE R WEST 1ST STREET PORTLAND AVENUE 5TH AVENUE 3RD AVENUE

3R D AV E BR ID GE 2 CIRCULATION + IMMERSIVE EDGE 3 CANAL + GATEHOUSE ZONE BIKE STROLL PERCH FISH INTERPRET LEARN RENT EAT PARKING ROOM STONE ARCH BRIDGE PARK BUILDING 2 PLAY PICNIC GATHER RELAX 1 ZONING DIAGRAM PARK BUILDING 1 COMMUNITY SPACES + EXPANDED BLUFF © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 58

1) EXPANDED BLUFF © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 59

Elements: • Geology/ecology interpretive “bluff” • Perches • Views • The Glade: seating grove • Playground • Picnic overlook © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 60

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Precipitation Erosion Sand + gravel Dry Bedrock Bluff Prairie Dry Bedrock Bluff Prairie Gravity Water Limestone Erosion Glenstone shale Dry Sand-Gravel Prairie Dry Sand-Gravel Prairie Sandstone Erosion Anoka Sandplain Bluff Bluff Prairie Prairie Floodplain Forest Mississippi River THE BLUFF: GEOLOGIC SECTION © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 62

“Honor the natural beauty of St. Anthony Falls and the river.” THE BLUFF: CANTILEVERED LEDGES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 63

Difficult to interact with ruins Slope precludes access and use © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 64

Community Rooms Exposed Ruin Wall Expanded Bluff Bike/Ped Path per guidelines Immersive Habitat USACE Concrete mooring 1st Street Existing section Enhanced mill experience W. River Parkway Views Enhanced geological experience HIGH EXPANDED BLUFF SECTION EXPANDED BLUFF MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI RIVER © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 65

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 66

“Easy access to the river with nice views of the river and bluffs.” GEOLOGIC STEPS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 67

“Read a book overlooking water.” VIEW FROM THE BLUFF © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 68

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 69

“The past is made real through seeing the footprint or foundations of former industrial/ milling building.” VIEW ALONG THE BLUFF © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 70

COMMUNITY ROOMS: RUIN TREATMENTS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 71

“Enjoying the green grass and playing on playground equipment” COMMUNITY ROOMS: PLAY LAWN © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 72

“A quiet location to overlook the river and picnic with friends and family.” COMMUNITY ROOMS: PICNIC AREA © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 73

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“Lots of green space, good views, places to sit and contemplate.” THE GLADE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 75

PROGRAMS: D SEATING CE PROGRAMMING SHELTER PROGRAMMING SUPPORT SUPPORT SPACE special events: 22% MAINTENANCE PARK 2 EQUIPMENT STORAGE “Listening to Dakota cultural person share PROGRAMMING SUPPORT stories of the area.” ADDITIONAL POTENTIAL PROGRAMS: AURANT TION EQUIPMENT RENTALS RESTAURANT EVENT SPACE RESTROOMS EVENT SPACE CONCESSIONS RECREATION RESTROOMS 3,000 SFSF 00 SF 600 SF SF 3,000 3,000 SF SF 1,000 600 SF B.O.H. EQUIPMENT 4,000 SF B.O.H. 3,000 SF B.O.H. 1,000 SF B.O.H. “An evening concert, maybe a movie…” EQUIPMENT RENTALS RESTROOMS CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT RENTALS SERVICE STEPPED SEATING S 1,000 SF SF 600 600 SF B.O.H. 2,200 SF 600 SF 2,20 4,000 SF B.O.H. 1,000 SF B.O.H. 4,000 SF B.O.H. RENTALS TOTAL = 800 sqft SUPPORT BUILDING: PROGRAMMING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 76

“Put a stair from 3rd Avenue Bridge down.” 3RD A VE BRI DGE T E STRE 1ST FROM FIRST STREET UND ER PASS THE BLUFF: SUPPORT BUILDING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 77

3RD A VE BRI DGE T E STRE 1ST FROM FIRST STREET UND ER PASS PEDS BIKES THE BLUFF: SUPPORT BUILDING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 78

SUPPORT BUILDING: UPPER LEVEL PLAN PEDS BIKES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 79

SUPPORT BUILDING: LOWER LEVEL PLAN PEDS BIKES © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 80

EXISTING RIGHT OF WAY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 81

RIGHT OF WAY GARDEN AND SUPPORT BUILDING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 82

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 83

“A passive space that serves as a beautiful connection between downtown and the river.” RIGHT OF WAY RAIL GARDEN © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 84

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2) THE RIVER’S EDGE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 86

Elements: • Immersive • Perches • Ecology • Habitat • Separate bike + pedestrian trails © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 87

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 88

“See and hear bees and butterflies.” SEPARATE BIKE AND PEDESTRIAN TRAILS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 89

Combined Trail Uses +/- 8’ wide boulevard min 12’ wide combined bike/ pedestrian path Separated Trail Uses +/- 8’ wide boulevard 10’ wide asphalt bike lane +/- 8’ wide boulevard 8’ wide concrete pedestrian path SOURCE: West River / James I Rice Trail Improvement Project BIKE PATH SECTION CONSTRAINTS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 90

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION BICYCLE CIRCULATION COMBINED CIRCULATION PROPOSED CIRCULATION © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 91

West River Parkway Pedestrian path Bikeway © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 92

“More opportunities to learn about the river, the river bed, banks of the river....” WATER INTAKE AT THE RIVER’S EDGE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 93

IMMERSIVE ECOLOGY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 94

LOG BOOMS DIVERSIFY THE EDGE RIVERINE EDGE FOR POLLINATORS AND MIRGRATORY BIRDS ENHANCING FISH HABITAT FLUVIAL TERRACE WITH FORAGE GRASSES OAK FOREST ON NORTH FACING SLOPE WITH SHRUB UNDERLAYER DRY BEDROCK BLUFF PRAIRIE LIMESTONE LEDGES IMMERSIVE ECOLOGY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 95

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3) CANAL + GATEHOUSE PLAZA © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 97

Elements: • Interpretation of the ruins • Preservation of the ruins • The water story • Creating occupiable public space © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 98

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“Greater excavation of the mill ruins or other interesting archaeological areas that we can walk around.” CANAL AND GATEHOUSE PLAZA © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 100

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 101

“There must be safe crossings for pedestrians (and bicyclists) in the neighborhood.” DRIFTS OF PLANTING AND PATHS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 102

“Engaging with the history in a contemporary and enticing experiential way.” VIEW ACROSS THE WATER INTAKE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 103

Gatehouse Parking Stone Arch Bridge First St. Existing Road 5th Ave. Ruins Proposed Road alignment PREFERRED ROAD ALIGNMENT AROUND GATEHOUSE W. River PKWY Canal Portland Ave. EXISTING ROAD AND PARKING SURFACE Parking Stone Arch Bridge First St. Existing Road Proposed Road alignment ALTERNATE ROAD ALIGNMENT THROUGH GATEHOUSE Portland Ave. 5th Ave. W. River PKWY Stone Arch Bridge First St. W. River PKWY ROAD ALIGNMENT OPTIONS Portland Ave. 5th Ave. Existing Road © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 104

ROAD 22’ 2’ 12’ 8’ 34’ 10’ BIKE + PED COMBINED TRAIL ROAD 8’ SEPARATED TRAILS ROAD BIKE 8’ 8’ 22’ 2’ 12’ 8’ 34’ 8’ 8’ BIKE + PED PED 8’ BIKE 10’ PED ROAD Combined Bike/Ped Trail (12’ wide) Combined Bike/Ped Pedestrian Trail (8’ wide) Trail (8’ wide) Stone Arch Bridge Stone Arch Bridge Clear Zone (2’ wide) Clear Zone (2’ wide) Bike Trail (10’ wide) First St. First St. SEPARATED VERSUS COMBINED BIKE + PEDESTRIAN TRAIL Bike Trail buffer (8’ wide) Portland Ave. W. River PKWY 5th Ave. Bike Trail buffer (8’ wide) Portland Ave. 5th Ave. W. River PKWY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 105

Saint Anthony Main Business District Nor ar thst il r Ra ute m Com e tag il Tra eri H Saint Anthony Main il ge Tra Herita University of Minnesota downtown Minneapolis SOURCE: Power of the Falls: Renewing the Vision for St. Anthony Falls Heritage Zone, 2009 ST ANTHONY FALLS HERITAGE DISTRICT © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 106

GATEHOUSE: CHALLENGE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 107

TELL THE WATER STORY: THE GATEHOUSE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 108

At Grade +808 Top of Gatehouse +805.47 (-2.5 FT) River at upper lock +797 (-11 FT) Water table +789.25 (-19 FT) Previously proposed excavation (-28 FT) 8 FEET EXISTING GATEHOUSE SECTION (2013) GATEHOUSE: CHALLENGE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 109

Cataract Mill Ruins Filled in canal Historic Canal Wall Original Gatehouse Source: Minnesota Historical Society, 1945 FROM LITERAL TO INTERPRETIVE: THE DESIGN OF A SIGNATURE PARK © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 110

EXISTING RUIN FOOTPRINTS © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 111

CATERACT MILL PRESERVATION WITH NEW EXCAVATED PROGRAM MILL RUINS FOOTPRINTS INTERPRETED LINEAR EXPRESSION OF CANAL WALL RAIL GARDEN INTERPRETATION FUJI-YA REFERENCE IN NEW OCCUPIABLE SPACES INTERPRETATION/TREATMENT OF THE RUINS GATE HOUSE PARTIAL EXCAVATION © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 112

“Walking, exploring the gatehouse... learning about the engineering and craftsmanship of water power...” GATEHOUSE AS AN INTERPRETIVE FEATURE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 113

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 114

CANAL AND GATEHOUSE PLAZA 2/12/2014 115

Water intake Gatehouse excavation Water’s edge Blue plant drifts Canal lines Blue paving Gatehouse WATER STORY OVERLAY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 116

RUIN OVERLAY © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 117

“It would be vibrant with activities...Food, coffee or snacks would be easily accessible. ” VIEW SOUTH FROM THE GATEHOUSE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 118

“A warming house with bakery, coffee, and hot chocolate would be great.” © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 119

PROGRAMS: 46% 49% 21% “A place to get warm a place to eat a place to be educated/ entertained.” MING STATIONEVENT SPACE RENTALS RESTAURANT URANT EQUIPMENT RESTROOMS EVENT SPACE CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT RENTALS EVENT SPACE RESTROOMS SERVICE CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT STEPPED SEATING SE ION EQUIPMENT RENTALS RESTAURANT RESTROOMS CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT RENTALS RENT RESTROOMS CULTURAL 600 1,000 SF 600 SFSF B.O.H. 00 SF SF RECREATION SF 3,000 SF 3,000 SF 3,000 SF SF 500 3,000 600 1,000 SF 600 3,000 SF 1,000 SF SF 2,200 600 SF 600 SF 600 SF SF 600 SF 2,200 SF B.O.H. 4,000 SF B.O.H. SF B.O.H. SF B.O.H. SF B.O.H. PROGRAMMING SF B.O.H. 1,000 SF B.O.H. SF B.O.H. SF B.O.H. SF B.O.H 4,000 3,000 1,000 SF B.O.H. 4,000 1,000 4,000 3,000 500 SF 4,000 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 685 SF 33% 790 SF 87% “Going on a gear hike or bike. Having somewhere to grab a bite to eat afterward with a great view.” RESTROOMSRESTROOMS EQUIPMENT RENTALSRENTALS CONCESSIONS EQUIPMENT EQUIPMENT RENTALSEVENT SPACE SERVICE STEPPED SEATING SHELTER MAINTENAN WARMING STATION RESTAURANT RESTROOMS T SPACE CONCESSIONS SERVICE STEPPED SEATING CONCESSIONS EQUIP SHELTER WARMING 600 SFCONCESSIONS SERVICE/KITCHEN SF 1,000 SF 5001,000 SF 2,200 SF 600 SF 600 SF 3,000 SF 3,000 1,000 SF 600 SF 00 SF 600 SF 600 SF SF B.O.H. 2,200 SF B.O.H. 1,000 SF B.O.H.2,450B.O.H. B.O.H. SFSF B.O.H. SF 4,000 4,000 SF 2 SF SF 3,000 B.O.H. 1,000 SF B.O.H. 4,0 1,000 SF 4,000 B.O.H. STATION 710 625 SF TOTAL = 5,760 sqft WATER WORKS PAVILION: PROGRAMMING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 120

6210 SF WES T RIV ER PKW SITE A REDUCED OPTION 1 TOTAL = 7,350 sqft 2 STORIES ABOVE STREET LEVEL + ADDITIONAL BULKHEAD CATARACT MILL RUIN 2660 SF WES T RIV ER PKW Y THE HUB BUILDING + GATEHOUSE HALL SITE A REDUCED OPTION 2 TOTAL = 5,760 sqft CATARACT MILL RUIN WES T RIV ER W RIVER PWY PKW W RIVER PWY PARKING ROOM PARKING ROOM Y STONE ARCH BRIDGE SITE B TOTAL = 5,500 sqft STONE ARCH BRIDGE FIRST STREET TUNNEL CATARACT HOLLY TUNNEL TUNNEL STONE ARCH BRIDGE CITY TUNNEL GA TEH RU OUSE IN 1 STORY ABOVE STREET LEVEL PORTLAND AVE 1 STORY ABOVE STREET LEVEL STONE ARCH BRIDGE Y PORTLAND AVE 2 STORIES ABOVE STREET LEVEL + ADDITIONAL BULKHEAD CATARACT MILL RUIN PORTLAND AVE SITE A NOV 14 OPTION TOTAL = 14,800 sqft GATEHOUSE WATER WORKS PAVILION: MASSING AND SQUARE FOOTAGE STUDIES PORTLAND AVE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 121

“Places to visit with friends, have refreshments, etc.” © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 122

WATER WORKS PAVILION: PROGRAMMING © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 123

WATER WORKS PAVILION: SITE CONTEXT ELEVATION © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 124

EXISTING VIEW FROM PORTLAND AVENUE

“More activities, access and connection to the river and falls area.” PROPOSED VIEW FROM PORTLAND AVENUE

21% WARMING STATION EQUIPMENT RENTALS RESTAURANT 500 SF 600 SF 3,000 SF 4,000 SF B.O.H. 3,000 SF B.O.H. EVENT SPACE CULTURAL 3,000 SF RES 1,0 PROGRAMMING 790 SF 46% WARMING STATION EQUIPMENT RENTALS REST RECREATION 500 SF 600 SF 3,0 EQUIPMENT 4,000 SF B.O.H. 3,000 RENTALS 685 SF 49% WARMING STATION EQUIPMENT RENTALS RESTAURANT 500 SF 600 SF 3,000 SF 4,000 SF B.O.H. 3,000 SF B.O.H. ENTALS RESTAURANT 3,000 SF O.H. 3,000 SF B.O.H. EVENT SPACE 3,000 SF RESTROOMS 1,000 SF WATER WORKS PAVILION: LOWER LEVEL CONCESSIONS 600 SF 1,000 SF B.O.H. EVENT SPACE 3,000 SF RESTROOMS RESTROOMS 1,000 SF 500 SF CONC 60 1,000 EQUIPMENT RENTALS SERVICE SERVICE/KITCHENSTEPP 600 SF 2,200 SF B.O.H. 710 SF 4,000 SF B.O.H. © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 127

Modern concrete cap Historic building materials Ad hoc patching of ruin walls © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 128

“I would like to engage with the history in a contemporary and enticing experiential way.” © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 129

“A place to be educated about history...a place to be entertained...eat ...relax” WATER WORKS PAVILION: ENGAGING THE CATARACT MILL RUIN © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/12/2014 130

W RIVER PWY PARKING ROOM FIRST STREET TUNNEL CATARACT HOLLY TUNNEL TUNNEL WATER WORKS PAVILION: ENGAGE THE TUNNELS STONE ARCH BRIDGE CITY TUNNEL © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 131

33% WARMING STATION EQUIP WARMING 500 SF 4,0 STATION 2 625 SF 87% WARMING STATION EQUIPMENT RENTALS RESTAURANT 500 SF 600 SF 3,000 SF 4,000 SF B.O.H. 3,000 SF B.O.H. WATER WORKS PAVILION: STREET LEVEL EVENT SPACE 3,000 SF RESTROOMS 1,000 SF CONCESSIONS EQUIPME CONCESSIONS 600 SF 6 1,000 SF B.O.H. 4,000 2,450 SF © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 132

“A beautiful connection between downtown and the River. A place to watch the world go by or stop for a break and enjoy light food or drinks.” CORNER OF WEST RIVER PKWY AND PORTLAND AVE © SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 133

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 134

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 135

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 136

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 137

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 138

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 139

© SCAPE with Rogers Partners, SRF, James Lima 2/13/2014 140

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