McIntyre Preference Voting
Below are questions we posed to those present at the Saturday, March 10th Public Input session. Please take some time to let us know your thoughts! Thank you.
Aerial Photo - 62 Daniel Street
Please select the top three public realm features that should be included in the site's public space?
Public art and/or art galleries
Play area (children, adult swings...)
Flexible indoor space for community gathering
Intrerpretive historical displays
It is likely there will be some variety of architectural styles incorporated in the redeveloped McIntyre site. Which of the following options do you believe should take priority in the future development?
Traditional architecture to match existing Bow Street buildings using brick, wood, stone materials
Contemporary style using different materials like glass and metal
A mix of traditional and contemporary throughout
From an urban design perspective, please pick two of the following design elements you believe are the most important to a successful project
Connectivity and site permeability
Activation of the street level
Preservation and enhancement of views into, outward, and through the site
Relationship of perimeter building height to street width
Overall scale, density, and massing
In your opinion, what mode of transportation at the McIntyre would be most beneficial to downtown Portsmouth? Please choose one.
Strong connection to public transportation
Walk and bike access
Free shuttle to off-site parking within City Limits
Access to rideshare / bikeshare options
Designing the site to be prepared for future transportation needs
What are your preferences for parking at the site? Please choose two.
Parking as required by zoning
Only underground parking
Reduced parking requirement in exchange for intermodal alternatives
Parking in excess of what is required by zoning
Which are the top three most important public benefits/amenities that the McIntyre can provide?
Public food market
Indoor/outdoor gathering spaces
Services attractive to Portsmouth residents (e.g. post office, pharmacy, etc.)
High density workforce housing
Access to rooftop/elevated views
Surplus revenue to City for expenditure on historic preservation & parks
Creative transit options
What do you see as the primary risk to the success of this redevelopment?
Degree of public understanding of real estate economics/market condition
Balancing City, developer and community needs
Determining a reasonable return to the City
Achieving design excellence
Inflexible interpretation of Secretary of Interior Standards (historic guidelines)
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