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Hillandale

Snap Shot
Master Plan CAC July 19, 2011

1957 Zoning Changes

Site II, WHA, Percontee

Wind

FDA
ARL

Army Research Laboratory

1200-1500 employees Most development/offices in Montgomery County

Use of old Cherry Hill gate relieves some PM traffic issues


New Garrison Master Plan pending ARL not part of GSAs Federal Research Center land holdings

HCAS Boundaries and Subdivisions


FDA Burnt Mills Knolls
Paint Branch Stream

FS 12 Burnt Mills Harper Tract Pool Hillandale Local Park

Army Laboratory Center

CHI

Cresthaven

Hillandale
Crest Park
National Labor College
Hillandale Shopping Center Holly Hall

Hillandale Forest
Avenel Gardens Pool

Hillandale Heights
Northwest Branch Stream
Roscoe Nix Elementary

August 2010

MCPS Schools
Elementary: Nix & Cresthaven
Capacity Enrollment FARMS Rate 480 494 69.4% 511 394 67.3%

Middle: Francis Scott Key


Capacity 944 Enrollment 869 FARMS rate over time: 71.5%

High: Northeast Consortium Springbrook IB Programe


Capacity: 2,073 Enrollment: 1,739 FARMS rate over time: 61.6%

Hillandale Home Price History


CY '03: 87 Sales 525,000 500,000 475,000 450,000 425,000 400,000 375,000 350,000 325,000 300,000 CY 04: 76 Sales CY 05: 71 Sales CY 06: 58 Sales CY 07: 54 Sales CY 08: 46 Sales CY 09: 37 Sales CY 10: 42 Sales CY 11: 24 YTD

Median Price Comparison MoCo vs. Hillandale


2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 383 450 530 552 560 ? 460 483 ? vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. vs. 340 385 468 505 475 398 320 332 342 (Q 1 & 2)

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Hillandale Residential View Point


Strong, safe community with distinct neighborhoods

Consider FDA a high-value re-use of NSWC property


Anxiously waiting for long-promised area revitalization

Stagnant commercial areas; underserved consumers


New Hampshire Ave.: both spine & divide; congested; speed Easy access to Beltway & 95; public transportation not good Modest office space; limited employment opportunities Residents eager & willing to engage in transit, improved local amenities and growth discussions

Hillandale Activity Node


C-1 Commercial
C-T, OM, CO Office
NLC: could kick start area and spur reinvestment

Religious Institutions

Open Site

Multi-family Housing

Bottling Plant

White Oak Activity Node

Government Facilities
Library MCPD 3D Transit Rec Center Park Land

Multi-family Residential High Rise (brown) Garden Style (rust) Townhouse Commercial C-2 (pink) Office C-O (blue) Religious Use

FDA

In-fill Transit Hubs


Proper placement

Not the cheapest place!


Long-term quality, safety and maintenance

MIXED-USE ZONES
Commercial/Residential C/R CR Town/CR Neighborhood Life Sciences Center LSC

2005 Park and Planning/ULI Boulevards and Corridors

Master Plan To Do List


Encourage integration of FDA activity throughout area

Understand Master Plan vs. Project Plan


Conceptualize future development in area

Consider new zones, densities and public benefits


Define transportation/transit improvements needed to support vibrant activity nodes Consider existing infrastructure, additional public infrastructure costs, funding and staging criteria Evaluate alternatives to achieve healthy communities across plan area

Site II, WHA, Percontee

FDA