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affordable units, and a vairtvariety of community spaces. provisions allow us to toll or pause the agreements due to the circumstances. however, the time remaining on the agreements will not be time for they to close on construction financing prior to their expiration. we seeking for the executive director to extend the agreements for up to 18 months once infrastructure is sufficiently under way to allow the projects to proceed. ocii staff anticipates that the commission will receive an update on potential revisions to candlestick one later this year, and that will be followed by infrastructure timelines and over all project schedules. once infrastructure is under way, the developers will initiate work on 10a
and 11a, to complete construction as long as the over all infrastructure allows. i'm happy to answer any questions you may have, and i'm joined by staff from both development teams from cpn10a, and we have a member from the tenderloin community development, and from cpn11a, a representative from mers housing mercy housing. thank you very much. [please stand by]
hearing none and seeing none, i'm closing public comment and i will turn to my fellow commissioners. we will have to vote on these two items separately but i would like to turn to any of my commissioners. >> yes, i would like to comment, there is a wonderful work being done. the only thing that i have found that some of the residents are having a hard time with, and quite a few, not just a few of the residents, is when they go into that site, that it is not as friendly as it needs to be. guiding them, navigating them to the applications, and getting in there. i get the information out and give the cards out, and i get a lot of calls where they're having difficulty and what to do next once a site opens up. so there needs to be maybe a finger, an arrow that shows them
exactly where to go. there are a lot of the baby boomers that are challenged, as well as millennial his, and that is what made me think there is a problem. so that one thing i look at, as well as the friendliness of affordable housing to the middle income, college students, being able to qualify without being homeless, addicted, with some type of issue going on that just gets them right in. they are working hard to, trying to do all the right things, and then they have no place to stay and live if they leave their parents home. >> thank you. commissioners? other questions?
>> how much is normally approved , though? >> age project has an improved -- has an approved loan of the .5 million. it has been drawn down. for example, candlestick point south has drawn a little over $2 million of those funds. >> okay. , thank you. >> sure. >> i just had a quick question. i'm just trying to piece together -- i don't oppose the request, but i'm just trying to understand. there has been a delay because infrastructure hasn't been delivered, we think it will be delivered in 18 months? >> no, what we have done is there provisions of both agreements, which allows the developer to request essentially a stop to the agreement until that condition can be remedied, since this is an event outside of their control, we have agreed to make that stop under those agreement provisions, but we wanted to do today was make sure
that we are ready to go as soon as a project area gets moving again. this would authorize nadia, once his condition has been remedied, that once infrastructure is underway and they have what they need to get rolling, that they would then be able to request administratively approval to proceed, then she could grant an 18 month extension at that time. >> i see. okay. my next question is, what is the anticipated time -- timeline for delivery of infrastructure? >> i will naturally. >> it sounds like it is 18 months on top of that, whatever that is. okay. >> good afternoon. i don't have a specific answer for you today, that is what we are working on with the master developer five-point. when we come before you this fall to talk about the update to the major phase do something that will include schedule updates as well. by that time, we will have a better sense on what the
infrastructure timing will be. >> okay. can we also have a conversation with the developer or within our own staff on accelerating the schedule whenever the schedule kicks in? because what i see is whatever it is, it takes a year to figure it out, it takes 18 months for the extension, and then everything is even more delayed, which means the community does not get the benefits we expect them to get. >> agreed. both the developer, community members, staff, all parties are aligned and trying to expedite this as quickly as possible and we want to make sure that all elements of the project are tdap so we don't lose to do much more time. >> okay. >> great. on item number 5 be, may i have a motion and a second? >> i move five b. >> i second it. >> thank you. and secretary, can recall the role for item number 5 be?
>> members, announce your vote when call your name. [roll call]. >> the vote is four aye. >> same call and same house for five see with the commissioner. >> great. please call the role. [roll call]. >> the vote is four aye. >> thank you. please call the next item. >> the next order of business is item five d., authorizing the executive director to apply the preferences and city affordable housing programs as amended from time to time to affordable housing approved that is successor agency to the extent consistent with the successor agency's enforceable obligations
, redevelopment plans and other applicable law. discussion and action resolution 9-2019. madame director? >> thank you. i would like to call someone to present on this item. commissioners, this is an item we have talked to about over the years. it is a long time coming. this is adopting the city's housing preference which includes amends to the ls act preference and to owner move in as well as the assistance with fire and renaming it -- renaming it. this would allow us to use these preferences on all newly constructed affordable housing units. with that, i will turn it over to the presenter to present on the item. >> good afternoon, vice chair, commissioners, directors, general counsel, i am pam simmons, to veltman specialist in housing division, and i am before you this afternoon to
present on item five d. which is requesting your approval to apply all of the city housing preferences per chapter 47 of the san francisco ministry jacquard two units and developments. while they are not subject to chapter 47, your approval today would allow the application of city housing preferences and developments as long as they are consistent with redevelopment plans and enforceable obligations. per chapter 47, city housing preferences include the certificate of preference program, which you are all very familiar with, and as you know, it was established in 1967 by the san francisco redevelopment agency for low and moderate income persons displaced by agency actions. the city adopted the program in 2008 to use this affordable housing development. this preference can be applied to 100% of the available units.
next is the displaced tenant housing preference, which was initially adopted by the city in 2013 as the ellis act housing preference, and was incorporated into the existing preferences on a case by case basis in 2014. the board of supervisors expanded this preference in 2015 to include owner move ins and again, in 2016 to home fire displaced fees. together they make up the current displaced tenant housing preference, and this preference applies to 20% of initial sales and lease apps and resales and releasing. also in 2015, as part of the same ordinance that expanded the ellis act to include o.m.i. was a neighborhood preference for applicants living within the same supervisor district as where the new affordable housing is being built within a one half mile area radius of the project.
the board of supervisors approved 40% of new units to be available to qualified applicants, and the last preference is live or work in san francisco, and 100% of the units are available to eligible applicants who claim this preference. on the whole, city preferences have proven to be effective policy tools for households experiencing displacement pressure, and they improve occupancy of neighborhood residents. to assure the commission remains informed of the effectiveness of the preferences, staff will produce an annual report highlighting the number of households that had been able to gain access using city preferences and oci developments . here is an example of displacement pressure, which many households have experienced in san francisco, and that is an increasing median rent. as you can see from 2,010 to 2015, much of the city
experience some type of rent increase, with the most significant increase experienced by households living in d6 and d10 or the districts that include oci i project areas. displaced tenant a neighborhood resident housing preferences attempt to assist households who are at the greatest risk of displacement. city housing preferences have evolved over time. the displaced tenant housing preference is a great example as it was adopted initially in 2013 and went through a couple of expansions, and our policy tools that the city uses to address these issues. earlier this year, the state provided guidance for the use of neighborhood resident housing preference in state state-funded projects at least 25% as was requested by the mayor's office of housing and community development in december 2018. this is a very nifty map of m.o.
c.d. and oci developments in the pipeline that could use the neighborhood resident housing resident at the 25% level and the 30% level, and as of september 2018, m.o. c.d. had a total of 33 projects or 1400 units in its pipeline that will use it at the 40% level, and another nine developments or a little over 1,000 units that will use the hcd approved and rhp level of 25%. currently there are 35 oci projects in purple, and are located in transbay, mission bay , and faces one and two of the hunter's point shipyard and candlestick point area. in this slide and the following slide, i just wanted to show you the current oci practices,
preferences, and when, if neighborhood resident housing preferences are also adopted where it will fall in the preference order. specifically, mission bay, transbay, and hunter his point shipyard phase one, the oci at standalone affordable housing projects all have the same preference order, and that is c.o.p. holders, displaced tenant housing preference, and the neighborhood resident housing preference and san francisco residents or workers. here is where it gets a little tricky. next is the application of preferences in hunter's point shipyard phase one, inclusionary units. sorry. there we go. and here, the c.o.p. holders are distinguished between hunter 's point in western edition, also rent burdened or assisted housing preference is applied before displaced tenant housing preference, and
neighborhood resident housing preference would be applied before san francisco residents or workers. finally, the application of preferences in the hunter's point shipyard phase two candlestick point area is similar to the hbs phase one, however western edition c.o.p. holders have been replaced with other certificate holders. again, they would be applied after the dth and before san francisco residents or workers. and here are the results were city housing preferences as implemented by mocd and sales and lease apps from july 1st 2016, through june 30th, 2018. they include 48 applicants used c.o.p. to successfully gain housing, 69 applicants used d.t.h. p. to successfully gain housing, and 188 applicants used
the neighborhood resident housing preference to gain housing. also, for projects which include state funding as a source, and rhp will be implement it again using the 25% level. if approved today, the first projects where we will be using all of the city preferences are transbay block one, transbay block nine, and mission bay south block three east, the lottery units. additionally, we will use preferences and another approximately 4600 units in the oci longer-term pipeline. that is me. that concludes my presentation, and here from m.o. cdr maria, the deputy director for the mocd homeownership and b.m.r. program , and melissa, mocd project manager for marketing and housing preferences, and we'll be happy to answer any questions you have. >> thank you. madam secretary, are there any speaker cards on this item?
>> yes. oscar james? >> oscar james again. i was glad to hear that they added on some additional peoples from the city and the communities for preferences, but i also would like to have a preference set on those whose parents are certificate holders of preference to bring the grandkids into getting a certificate, so i would like for them to be added on to this particular project. thank you very much. >> number speaker cards. >> is there anyone wishing to speak on this item from the public? saying none and hearing none, i will close public comment and turned to my fellow commissioners.
>> yes. thank you. i have a few questions. my top interest is getting a better understanding of how all of these preferences work, and i just want to make sure that my understanding is correct, is let's assume, hypothetically we have a senior people is also displaced, i will have you answer rather than me tell you how i think it will work. [laughter]. >> go ahead. >> great question, commissioner. actually, how it goes c.o.p. is always the first preference. if a person claims a c.o.p. preference and they have their
certificates, they get that friends. if, in fact, if somebody applies with c.o.p. displaced and neighborhood and they really aren't a c.o.p. holders, they thought they were, they are not, and they don't have a certificate for displacement, we keep going down until we get the preference where they are covered. in addition to that, so if, in fact, they don't really meet -- they're just outside the half mile radius, then they would absolutely go into the other preference. there's always a preference there. we go with the first preference, and then if they haven't satisfied the documentation or provided the documentation for that preference, then they will go to the next preference. >> okay. , so my understanding is if you are a c.o.p. holder, and you qualify for the opportunity, you are in, say thank you are a c.o.p. holder, you thank you are in, and you are not in.
you're saying at that point, that same household goes through the additional analysis? >> if you also claimed the other preferences, then yes, we will keep going down. >> so one message here is that check all the boxes that might be applicable. [laughter]. >> maria hassett. [laughter]. >> i'm just asking. >> thank you, pam. and the lottery system, excuse me, good afternoon, commissioners, maria benjamin, mayor's office of community housing and development housing and development. and the general lottery, the way the lottery is conducted, everybody gets a general ranking , so c.o.p., d.t.h. p., any preference, everybody is just in -- there is no taking those people out. they all get a general record.
and then the system separates those people by preference, so certificate to preference holder is really not -- we are going to know before the lottery that they are a certificate of preference holder, same thing with displaced tenants. we have a record of those individual people, so they will not apply thinking they get a c.o.p. and they don't really, the ones that might think they get one, actually, nobody thinks they get one, they pretty much know before the lottery, even with the neighborhood resident housing preference, when you put your information, your address into the system, it says, hey, you're just qualifies you for this preference, so you can apply, you have to submit something that proves where you live, like a pay stub or some sort of -- exactly. so if someone -- the d.t.h. p. is set aside for 20% of the units available in the lottery, so say there are more than 20%
of applicants than there are units set aside, so there's only four unit set aside for the displaced tenants, and there's 14 applicants, well those people who don't get housed under that preference, this is what i think pam was saying, this people who don't get house under that preference go back into the live work preference, wherever they are in that lottery ranking, their original lottery ranking, so the same thing with the neighborhood resident housing preference, if they don't get one of those set aside units for that preference, they go back into the general. but the certificate of preference has the gambit over everything, 100% of the units go to them. >> and a certificate of preference household will not, if you will, take away or preempt someone who is a neighbor, for the neighborhood preference. so basically they are there certificate preference and it doesn't count if you will, against the 20% set-aside.
>> no. >> exactly. >> if there's ten units available and this time certificates of preference holders, they all go to them. >> that's good, that's what i thought, you just wanted to make sure. one other question is the half-mile rule, i thought it was a half-mile. my question was a half-mile from what, but he heard pam say a half-mile from the project. >> it is within the same supervisor in district, and they half-mile from the project. so many of our districts compete with each other, so if wherever that project is, it is within half a mile of that project, plus the supervisorial district. >> but it is not like a half-mile from the outer edges of the supervisorial district. >> no, it is from the project. >> audit. my last question is, and i will defer to others, marketing for this preference, i mean i go around and tell people about our programs and they ask me questions that i think should be
known by anyone interested in this topic, and this will be a big one, because anytime someone hears the word neighborhood and preference and housing, people get interested. >> the only marketing we do is the responsibility of the developer, and so we hadn't marketed this preference before, except that in october, we can we updated our marketing manual to require a developer to actually, go figure, put a sign on the building during construction that says, coming soon, and that seems to have really made a huge difference in the communities where the building is happening. you see so many buildings going up around you, and you don't know s. have affordable use? so now the communities surrounding the building at least knows that there is something coming for them, the
other marketing efforts that we do, all of them include the preferences, so we require the developer to say that there are preferences for the area, and we really, melissa cardoso is our marketing person, and she is really -- she has really gotten folks committed and actually doing the neighborhood marketing , in the past, they might have done it, but we really didn't follow to check to make sure, like give us the adds that you placed, so we are doing that, and not approving things until we see that they're actually in the community, actually putting flyers out, and actually really doing the outreach that it is needed to do
>> thank you. >> thank you. commissioner scott? [indiscernible]. >> i am pleased that they have added onto that list of preferences, it just makes my heart happy, and sonya mcdaniel, her staff, remarkable, doing a great job, and my question is, with the massive paperwork that is required for the steps to get through that, is it possible to get more staff to help? i know san francisco housing and development, they're overwhelmed , some people can get through with phone calls, appointments, and help, and then you have a deadline, if it is not done by then, you are in trouble, so the individuals i walked with a family member, just to see this with the like, i got overwhelmed, but we got
hit done, and he moved in monday after only three months. c.o.p. holder, pam, pam has helped me along with my little questions. i cannot tell you how happy, and my families just leaping up and down because three family members that were semi- homeless , homeless, and one with stage four cancer, they are housed, they are excited, and it was a lot of work, but for friends that i was saying, yes, they are helping, they are here, and all you do is they had a hard time navigating, getting to the application, getting it to open, and then getting help with the paperwork. you definitely need support with that. >> i appreciate hearing all of that because.
>> speak into the microphone. >> i'm sorry. >> not only does it warm my heart, it also is good information that we have. we are constantly doing testing of the system as we make it better, and it was actually built with user testing, so we had a team of people who actually waits to applicants, we just randomly chose applicants, people who have applied many times to be able to design the thing, i understand that it is, like your browser has to be, if you are applying uncertain browsers, it can be a challenge, we -- the city is sponsoring weekly clinics throughout the city for drop in clinics so people can go in and get help with applications. if you go on the system itself,
there's resources there for people to get help and assistance, but i understand what you're saying because those agencies get overwhelmed. it depends upon if there's a really popular building that's going up, and then the overwhelmed. we are really conducting outreach to other service providers a housing providers o that if you can go to the ymca and use your their computers, or go to the library and he was their computers, assembly at the ymca know how to login and help you get going with somebody at the library login and help you get going, so we are really looking at expanding the outreach so that can get digital services help throughout the city, and the paper, we have really cut down the amount of
paper that folks need to apply for. we really have, before the lottery, before the lottery. after the lottery, it depends upon what type of unit they are getting. if they're getting with any state funding in the building, the amount of paperwork that they have to turn into those developers is, like you say, it is very, it is no joke, and so we try to have assistance there for folks as well. c.o.p. holders always get assistance, hell or high water, we make sure, and sonya makes sure that they get access to some sort of assistance, even if she or pam helps them themselves >> thank you. >> so had you thought about, or is it at all possible to get some of the synagogues or churches involved in the community that some of our churches are open during the
week, and that would be a joy for them to help for community members. >> we have faith-based communities on our list. we have not done the outreach yet to those, but now i know, thank you. >> thank you. commissioners? >> thank you. i just want to know how much -- we have the list of preference holders. >> we have a list, working with moc d., we have -- >> i note somebody here has it but what is left to be done? >> we have a list of their certificate of preference holders and the displaced tenant >> okay. and we have 35 oci sponsor
developments in the pipeline. >> correct. >> and what is the total number with everything involved? >> i don't have that. >> approximately 5,000, the number of units. >> we have the list or are we going to get hit. >> to be developed, yes. >> okay. , thank you. >> great. thank you, commissioners. i just want to congratulate you on the work that you guys are doing and say thank you. i do want us to put in our list of stuff, something that i know i have been asking for for us to consider is what mr. james brought up about this certificate of holder preference going to the grandkids, i know it is something we talked about before dissolution during redevelopment days, that it is only fair that we take a look at that, i know that fact then, commissioner three, and
supervisor agreed was supportive of that, and i believe now as a mayor read, she would be supportive of that because a lot of the folks who were the original certificate holder preferences passed away, and then their kids grip somewhere else, but it is the grandkids who understand they have roots here, so i would like for us to take a look at that. so can i have a motion? >> i have one additional question, a quick question, and somebody tell me what the definition of neighbor would be? there is a neighborhood preference, c. have to be a neighbor, but do you have to be a neighbor for one minute, or just have an address, or what? if you have been in the neighborhood for a while kind of thing? >> it is a current resident at the time of application.
>> okay. >> they could have been there for ten years or two years. >> okay. got it, thank you. >> or they could have been there for three months, as long as they are a current resident at the time that they file. >> so we have commissioners moving this item,. >> yes. >> madam secretary, please call bill c please announce your vote on a call your name. [silence] >> the focus four i'm not. >> thank you. motion passes. before we go to the next item, i'm going to have to leave the meeting in a few minutes, and i would like a motion to appoint commissioner rosales for the remainder of the meeting. may i have a motion?
>> i make the motion that the commissioner will take over at your leave. >> would you mind? great. we have a first and a second. madam secretary, please call the roll on that item. >> please announce your vote when i call your name. [roll call]. >> mr. vice chair, the focus 4i. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> madam secretary, please call the next item. >> the next order businesses item five v., workshop on oci i fiscal year 2019 through 2020 budget, discussion. madam director? >> thank you. this item before you is informational, in advance of the action item that will be before you on the next commission meeting. the budget is over $641 million,
and will have nina present, and we also have representatives from all the project teams, including the asset management, real estate, as well as the contracting team. the budget is robust, it would present on a work plan, and all the programs that we partake in to deliver on infrastructure and housing obligations. with that, i have amino lead the discussion. >> good afternoon, commissioners i am the financial reporting and management analyst for oci i. we are here to present on the workshop on our 1920 budget, and throughout the presentation, our project managers will come up and speak to their project areas , and they will present their work plans and their
budget. so just an overview of the presentation, i'll provide the project timeline and our budget sources, an hour uses. we'll talk about the infrastructure and the housing budget and the affordable housing. we will look at the community development and workforce. we will get activities outside the major approved projects, i would look at the debt and operations, i will address some of the questions that came up at the workshop in january, will provide a summary of the budget and then next steps in any questions you might have. again, we presented in january for? workshop on the action item. today we are here presenting the workshop on the budget. will be back on may 7th two the action item.
as the director mentioned, our budget is $641.1 million for 19- 20. the majority of this is funded by a prior period of authority which largely reflects a multiyear construction budget or affordable housing loans that were continuing to draw down on. we are also finding a large portion of our budget through the fund balance and with property tax or 18-19 budget was $725 million so this is a $100 million decrease. this was largely because we have a spending down on prior year bond proceeds and delays in our affordable housing pipeline. we will go over a more detailed year-over-year look at the action item want to have final numbers after incorporating your feedback today. our budget by our uses, we really think about our budget in terms of our direct program spending an indirect program funding which provides the support services for our direct
program expenditures. majority of the budget is expended on infrastructure and nonhousing and on affordable housing. our infrastructure and nonhousing is our nonaffordable housing work in our major approved project areas of mission bay, transbay, and hunter judge appoint shipyard. and the total budget is $210 million. the majority of this is on developer infrastructure report for cents at 152.5 million, so we typically partner with developers who do the underground work, and they submit reimbursement requests and we reimburse them, in 1920, anticipate completing 11 parks and open space projects. five of these will be in mission bay and six will be in hunter judge appoint shipyard, that includes the overlook and five
pocket parks adjacent to the hilltop residential neighborhood -- developments. i would like to introduce mar who is our mission bay project manager project manager who will talk about his budget. >> good afternoon. project manager for mission bay, i also want to introduce 19, my team, with me we have the development specialist and the assistant development specialist , we are excited about the work we have in mission bay. we are 20 years into the mission bay plan area. we have ten more to those that we still have a lot of like to do that we are on the downhill side of this mountain. if you look at the map, oracle park has changed several names as we became mission bay. okay. and fiscal 19-20, we will be
busy working on infrastructure reimbursement, the developer is out there, busy working on streets, parks and storm water pump stations, and we will be reimbursing that work as a goes. this fiscal year will be the last year they are out there tilting streets, and we will have all the streets built, we will still have reimbursements following the year, but the work will be wrapping up and fiscal 1920, in the budget there is a hundred 50 million. this is the maximum amounts. we will not be spending that much out there, but does he work to do with that, the next work program and supplant and permit review, and the upcoming year will be busy working on entitlements. the developer wants to do new office -- office work. the developer wants to add a hotel and looking to add additional residential units on the infrastructure. we will be reviewing and improving plans for three additional parks, and on the commercial side, there is at least a million and a half
square feet of tenant improvements that we will be reviewing and approving plans for, those will get -- this will go through our staffing and operating expenses as well as other professional services that will be the categories that are covering those workplace items. late -- lesson we have the public art program. we will be engaging the arts commission to install public art in the open space and right now, we have about $1.1 million in art fee is that we are looking to spend to add art, and not part of the main budget, but hopefully working on emission they parks management, the ongoing annual five funds to manage our parks working with management right now. so breaking out the differences to pay for our work plan for infrastructure development, we
have $52.7 of these allocation bond proceeds and there is another 7,528,000,000 in property tax, 19? 5 million in bond proceeds, and 2 million in c.f.d. fund balance . it is developer payments. we submit for reimbursements, same for other professional fees we submit that to the developers for reimbursements, and then the public art is funds we get from public art fees, then also below , we talk about the c.f.d., this two-point 6 million that will come from fund balances. here are a few of the projects that will be working on. you can see the chase center will be wrapping up, the two office towers in front of the chase center will be busy doing tenant improvement review of the plan, and then all the streets surrounding the chase center will be busy with reimbursements
for the work as they get the streets done in time from the -- for the opening. p3 is one of several parks that will be under construction and they will be receiving reimbursements, will also be working with additional parks in design review. looper headquarters are under construction. we are wrapping up improving all their plans for the construction , but we'll be reviewing the tenant improvement plans, and then the soma hotel, they're under construction, we are dealing with permanent -- permit addendum throughout the next fiscal year. that pretty much sums up the program we have planned for mission bay. next up is transbay. >> good afternoon, commissioners i am the transbay development specialist. i'm standing in for my boss who is away on vacation. so as mar was noting about
mission bay, in transbay we are halfway through the plan period and if you were to go down there now, you would think we're almost done with all the towers going up. we are extremely busy, and it is great to see the work coming off . for the fiscal year 1920 fudge it work plan and overview, we have a 40 million-dollar budget in transbay. the predominant work that we are going to be going through is land-use for block four entitlement, transbay block for entitlement, infrastructure work that we are doing for transbay park, both transbay park and underground park, and then the folsom street improvement project. we do have housing work that we are also overseeing. transbay block one is under construction, walk eight and nine are almost done and to finish later this year.
we are monitoring those projects , in terms of infrastructure development, construction of folsom street project is actually supposed to start this june, so that is great news. we are doing still schematic design review and approval for other parks. i'm hoping to bring that to you all later this year for approval for that design, and then we are just about to kick off the community outreach process for transbay park which is super exciting. transbay parkas the center block of the current temporary terminal being used by the tjpa. we also have a little portion, a very small portion of workforce development work just covering small benefits enterprises he needs, and so the way that this work program breaks down is these various budget categories, mainly breaking down the staffing and operating expenses, some legal services, professional services, you will
note that of the $40 million budget, we are showing 36 or 37 million is basically for infrastructure work. we're not expecting to spend all of that $37 million in just this fiscal year. a lot of it is being carried over from that prior period of authority. we will be drawing down from the 37 million, but i want to be clear that we don't expect to spend all of that, and then moving on to our resources by uses, again, we have a 40 million-dollar budget, you will note that tax allocation bond proceeds represents the bulk of the sources that we are using. we have $27.6 million there, hands then the rest of the breakdown as mar was explaining for mission bay, we also have developer reimbursement payments of $2.5 million. we have developer park fees that are coming in, $7.2 million, and then property taxes at
$2.1 million, that concludes my presentation on transbay pick. >> you didn't go through your pictures. >> yeah, i didn't go through my pictures. i didn't want to show you some pictures of the transbay project that we are working on, so let's keep that back up. there we go. and the top left of your screen, you are looking at the folsom street improvement project, that is a major overhaul of all of them street between second and spee-5 street, at what you are looking at here is we will do these widened sidewalks with live -- living streets where we do very wide sidewalks with activated landscape in them, that is what you're seeing there with the gentleman sitting next to something space, on the lower left-hand side of the screen is the underground park project, we
are hoping to bring the schematic design before you later this year. this is a super exciting projects utilizing spaces underneath the new ramps that were constructed, and the ramps that i'm speaking of our the new transbay ramps that go from the fremont street all round into the transit center, with early routing of the fremont street exit that caltrain had to do to accommodate us developing the blockade. the dead spaces, you might say that her underneath those new ramps that are underutilized will be repurposed into this beautiful park. the opening that you see in this rendering is actually the best turnaround, for the transbay buses to turn around so they don't all have to go into the transit center, and because this the oculus, and what is really cool about this spaces they will be a here garden directly underneath that open space so you'll have natural light coming through into it, and then lastly on the right of your screen is
the transbay park conceptual design. is graphic comes from the 2006 streetscape plan for transbay, as i just mentioned a few moments ago, clear kicking off into this outreach process with the community, and the design that you see for the park will be nothing like that, we are going to do about nine months of community work, reaching out to community members, engaging in public meetings, there's actually a survey out right now to collect feedback from the community of what kind of park they would like to see, so d.p.w. will be the design firm for transbay park, and the design team is participating in all of these meetings, so you will truly have a community designed park as the centrepiece of jewel open space in the transbay district, that officially concludes my presentation and thank you very much.
>> going order -- in order of seniority projects. my name is lila, i'm senior project manager for the shipyard , and today i'm here to give a high-level overview of the budget, but also to talk about the work program. first or like to introduce my team who are all present, they work on various items. they have come before this commission for various items, but i want to introduce them. we have jonathan who has come to many commission meetings and works on planning and entitlements, products, schematic design, and we'll be working on the major phase plan that will be coming to you later this month, and also the building renovations which i will talk about soon. we also have philip who is our mapping experts, and also works on horizontal infrastructure and works with some high-value
technical consultants on horizontal infrastructure as well as our developer team, and last but not least we have shiga who has been before the commission many times, not only for community benefits that on many of the vertical projects on shipyard phase one and also candlestick point, and natasha also works on our projects and she supports projects and keeps a sane and don't race is also our financial support. he is not here, he is in the office working on items for us, so that consists of the core team that works on shipyard, and there's a lot of work to be done because we are the newer projects, so we are very much in the planning phase of our project. as you know, hundred cheshire point shipyard is a large project. 780 acres along the southeastern part of the city. at full buildout there will be 12,100 units, but just to give you where we are today, so far
we have built 776 units. we are definitely early days even if it seems like we come here a lot. we are in the early phases of this project so there's a lot of prework and planning work to be done before we go vertical. our big category of the work program, our plan and permit activities, a big part -- last year we were here with the shipyard reentitlement works similarly, this year we're working we are working on the candlestick point redesign. we previously had the outlet center plan that was before the commission, but we are moving away from the outlet reason a model and more towards a mixed-use developments that will be coming before the commission. a lot of that work requires everyone on my team, including myself, working with many city agencies to make sure that this is a plan that will work, the transportation will work and what not.
a lot of that work, that land-use entitlement work is around the new vision for that stadium footprint area that will be coming before you. we also have work on shipyard phase one, also known as the hilltop and hillside, and we have currently 439 units built on hilltop, but there are more units to come. we have the oci standalone affordable housing as well as two more blocks on hilltop that will be coming. we will be working with them as well as our city partners to make sure those developments happen, and then we also have the parks, which is a core benefit to not only the residents, but to the southeast region that we'll be working on, not only on accepting the parks that have been having construction a new parks that are in the process of being constructed. that is the plan and permit review category, and then i
would like to move to community benefits. we have been before this commission with many of the community grounds that with -- with the legacy foundation, strategic plan that we came before this commission. this dollar amount reflects several of the grants that we intend to give out for scholarships, as well as contractor assistance and home ownership assistance, and the hacker hub that we will be funding. there's a whole slew of grants that we'll be working with the legacy foundation with in this category, and then we also have other funds that we have as a balance that we may not spend this year. it is funds for the southeast wellness center, his different triggers of when we spend those monies, so we have those balances here, and then we get to infrastructure reimbursement which is the developer can get
reimbursed for infrastructure, and we don't have -- what we have here is a production a possible new bonds of 50 million quickly don't have a lot in tax increment right now because we are in the early phases of the project. he don't have a lot of property being assessed. it is not unlike the last two projects. it is mostly developer reimbursement, so this is how you see the projects differently and then we have a contract with oewd to help us with workforce, and then asset management categories, we have building 101 , which is before the commission a couple months ago, the renovations to the artist studios, that is from the grant that we received from the federal government. we also have match requirements for that grant, and then we get lease payments for building 606, the police building and we are essentially a property manager for that. what is not in the budget is the c.f.d., which will be used for
the park maintenance in the future, so, next month, jonathan will be before the commission for the r.f.p. for the parks maintenance, and that will be using c.f.d. dollars for the operations and maintenance of parks. very similar to what mission bay is doing. so if we moved to our sources and uses table. if you look at the developer payment column, it is a large bucket to be totalled up. it is about 12.3. we have it projected that if we go to bonds, it might be $50 million. the developer is reimbursing a lot of all the work was he with again, fire, about health, all of that. there's a bunch of work order contracts we have with city departments to help the developer get a legal map for development, make sure their plan is correct, make sure the
fire turning radius is correct for the funds, all of those things are developer reimbursed and they pass through oci i, and then what we have, we have the grants here of 1.5 to the community benefit organization for the c.b.o. that we talked about under the legacy fund legacy fund, and then we also have in grants, 4.3, which is the eda grant for building 101 renovation, and then with property tax, we have the million dollars which includes prior year amounts as well as current year amounts of tax increments. we also have zero-point for which is the match to the eda grant, and last but not least, we have about 400,004 rent for the building 606. so that is a total budget estimate of 34.8. we may not spend all of this, we estimated a lot of these numbers based on what we have done in the past and done an average and sort of thought about the
workload and made our best estimate. here are some pictures. the first two are of phase one parks that are built out there that you can go see right now, the second building is a rendering of the candle six center, it is just illustrative and we will come before you with much more detail about that, and then the last picture is building 101. with that, those are all the items i have for shipyard. >> good afternoon, commissioners i'm elizabeth, senior development specialist with the housing division, and i'm here today to talk about the housing budget and work plan for fiscal year 19-20. the total fiscal year 19-20 housing budget is