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DMC/Compass Metrics
DMC/Compass Metrics (2016)
Beam/Compass Metrics

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1: Comprehensive Plan

1: Comprehensive Plan

2: Leverage Public Investment

2: Leverage Public Investment

3: Jobs and Tax Revenue

3: Jobs and Tax Revenue

3 (continued):

3 (continued):

4.1 : Destination for Health & Wellness

4.1 : Destination for Health & Wellness

4.2: Transportation/Housing

4.2: Transportation/Housing

4.3: Healthy Living

4.3: Healthy Living

4.4: Recreation, Arts & Culture

4.4: Recreation, Arts  & Culture

Job Trend Rochester

Job Trend Rochester

Olmsted County Revenue

Olmsted County Revenue

Rochester Revenue

Rochester Revenue

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DMC Metrics: DMCC Meeting

Goal 1: Comprehensive Plan

Goal 1: Comprehensive Plan

Goal 2: Leverage Public Investment

Goal 2: Leverage Public Investment

Goal 3: Strengthen Economy

Goal 3: Strengthen Economy

Goal 3 (continued)

Goal 3 (continued)

Goal 4: Holistic Environment for all

Goal 4: Holistic Environment for all

Goal 4 (continued)

Goal 4 (continued)

Goal 4 (continued)

Goal 4 (continued)

GDP Data: Data courtesy MN Compass

GDP Comparisons

GDP Comparisons

Real per capital GDP

Real per capital GDP

% Change in Jobs (Southern, MN, US)

% Change in Jobs (Southern, MN, US)

% Change in Jobs All Regions

% Change in Jobs All Regions

Median Household Income

Median Household Income

% Individuals below poverty line

% Individuals below poverty line

% Change in jobs by SEMN Cities

% Change in jobs by SEMN Cities

DMC Metrics
Project Phase Definitions

The following defines the various project phases:

  1. Available - a product, program or service is in production
  2. Develop - program or application is being developed
  3. Plan - idea is solid, stakeholders are identified, and there is strong commitment to go forward from all parties.
  4. Concept Phase - idea scoped out with enough details to give an early sizing and/or to build a proof of concept
    demonstration
  5. Pre-concept Phase - an early idea or a requirement.

 

ConceptPlanDevelopmentAvailable

Chateau Theater

Impacting: Heritage Preservation ; Arts & Culture ; Heart of the City

Led by : City of Rochester/Chateau Theater Re-use Task Force
Description City of Rochester is looking into various options for the preservation of Chateau Theater. This has been approved as a DMC Project. The historic theater was constructed in 1927 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

Education, Health and Recreation Space (DMC UMR/Rec sub-district)

Impacting: Higher-Education ; Diversity and Inclusion ; Recreation & Open Space

Led by : TBD
Description This sub-district incorporates UMR's Master Plan and the northern edge of Soldier's Field as an anchoring element to the DMC Development District and strategies for growth. This sub-district integrates and urban college campus and recreational uses into the district, thereby creating another catalyst for the growth of retail, entertainment and residential uses in the downtown. It is anticipated that UMR will have its first building built in this area before the end of the first phase of the DMC implementation process.

Heart of the City Public Space

Impacting: Heart of the City

Led by : City of Rochester/RSP Architects
Description Destination Medical Center Corporation (DMCC), in collaboration with the City of Rochester, Minnesota (City), is pleased to issue this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Public Space design services for the public spaces associated with the Heart of the City Sub-District of the Destination Medical Center development plan. DMCC and the City are collaborating on the redevelopment of Rochester pursuant to the vision and principles of the Destination Medical Center development plan. Within this plan is a sub-district referred to as Heart of the City. Heart of the City is a 9-block area of downtown Rochester bounded by Center Street to the north, 3rd Street to the South, Broadway to the East and 2nd Ave to the West. Heart of the City is home to the world-renowned Mayo Clinic and its Cesar Peli- designed Gonda Building, the recently renovated Peace Plaza, numerous hotels, shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues. The purpose of this RFQ is to outline the nature of the design challenge and to solicit qualifications from interested public space design firms/teams.

Rochester Public Library Expansion

Impacting: Education ; Adult Education ; Pre-school Education

Led by : Rochester Public Library
Description Plans are in motion for Rochester Public Library to begin a study of a two-floor addition to the downtown location, a renovation that would nearly double the facility in size, and cost an estimated $47 million to $55 million.

Bloom Rochester River Front Project

Impacting: Housing: Market Rate ; Arts & Culture ; Waterfront

Led by : Bloom Holding
Description The Bloom Development in Rochester, MN, is located on the riverfront of the Zumbro River, and aspires to set a new standard of quality in the downtown business district. This 1,000,000 square foot development creates an inclusive destination of hospitality and shopping, complemented with contemporary restaurants and nightlife. The project is composed of two high-rise towers: a 4-star hotel, condominiums, and senior living apartments. The towers are placed atop of a podium that features ground level retail, restaurants, and parking garage. The master plan concept improves access to the Zumbro Riverfront with a boardwalk creating a pedestrian friendly environment and activating the river’s edge. The location is ideal to form an urban hub connecting City Hall to the opposite side of the river and the commercial downtown area. The development will consist of a 180 key 4-star hotel, with 130 branded condominiums; 215 unit high-rise senior community; 30,000 square feet of food and beverage establishments and 7,000 square feet of retail. Public spaces will be added, including an indoor winter garden, 3rd St. public plaza, rooftop terrace park, and boardwalk.

Castle Community Proposal for Rochester Armory Building

Impacting: Hangout ; Retail, Dining & Entertainment ; Heart of the City

Led by : Castlecommunity
Description A Truly Unique Community Space Imagine a bustling, rejuvenated community gathering space in our downtown, where artists can afford to work, learn, and grow their craft. Imagine a place where the community can explore, meet, and expand. Imagine a creative environment where young, old, rich, poor, artsy, and fartsy can escape, dream, and celebrate together. Imagine a Creative Castle Community.

DMC Discovery Square Design Process

Impacting:

Led by : DMC EDA
Description DMC’s Discovery Square, which will include the current Minnesota BioBusiness Center, is anticipated to be one of the largest drivers for job growth as it positions Rochester to attract medical innovators and researchers with the ultimate goal of commercializing new medical discovery and businesses throughout the city and the state. A feasibility study of the proposed biobusiness hub Discovery Square is expected in February of 2016, according to Economic Development Agency Director and Mayo Clinic Chief Administrative Officer Jeff Bolton. The study, which is being funded by Mayo Clinic, will evaluate the extent to which Mayo Clinic and DMC might attract investment and entrepreneurs to Rochester, in addition to potential developer revenue streams and other types of industries that might be interested. “We’re hoping this serves as a hotbed of innovation that pushes us toward new modes of development,” Bolton said.

DMC Transportation Plan

Impacting: Transportation ; Heart of the City ; Discovery Square ; UMR and Recreation ; Central Station ; Waterfront ; St Marys Place

Led by : SRF Consulting
Description While there are several different plans being proposed, there is a need to interconnect all those piece parts to integrate them into the transportation framework of the DMC transportation vision.

DMC Transportation: Parking

Impacting: Transportation

Led by : Kimley-Horn
Description Study total parking requirements and solutions within the DMC area.

Discovery Walk

Impacting: Livable City ; Commercial Research & Technology ; Discovery Square

Led by : RSP
Description Public realm along the 2nd Avenue corridor from 2nd Street to 6th Street (Soldiers Field.)

Mortenson Phase 1

Impacting:

Led by : Mortenson
Description The building (Building1@DSQ) aims to serve as a catalyst for Discovery Square, a 16-block area on the south end of downtown that Mayo and local officials want to develop as a life science research campus. Representatives from Mortenson announced today to members of the Destination Medical Center Corporation (DMCC) Board of Directors the specific location where construction will take place on its hallmark Discovery Square project. The planned 60,000+ square foot, state-of-the-art research and development complex, currently being designed by RSP Architects and HOK, will be built at the corner of 4th Street SW and 2nd Avenue SW, according to Mortenson representative Jeremy Jacobs.

Residence at Discovery Square (Third Ave Lofts Residence at Discovery Square)

Impacting: Housing: Market Rate ; Discovery Square

Led by : The Urban Studio
Description Early tentative plans were presented to Rochester's Committee on Urban Design and Environment in January by the Vinar's architect, Teresa McCormack. McCormack, the owner of The Urban Studio in Rochester, described the complex with an estimated 150 market-rate apartments plus mixed-use commercial space.

Sustainable Energy Grant on Tap from McKnight Foundation

Impacting: Sustainability

Led by : DMC EDA
Description The McKnight Foundation is offering a grant for DMC to study and develop a “groundbreaking” sustainable energy program and policies for the DMC District and Rochester, as a whole.

Valleyhigh Villas

Impacting: Housing: Affordable Rate

Led by : TBD
Description 139-unit senior affordable housing

Alatus Development (Saint Marys Place: Housing and Commercial Development)

Impacting: Housing: Market Rate ; Retail, Dining & Entertainment ; St Marys Place

Led by : Alatus, LLC
Description A more than $100 million housing and commercial development is proposed for a high-profile corner of Second Street Southwest, next to Mayo Clinic's Saint Marys campus. The plans call for a 13-story building with two levels of underground parking to be built on more than two acres at the southwest corner of 14th Avenue Southwest and Second Street. The Brentwood on 2nd and the Ray-Mar Motel stand on that corner. The hotels, along with some nearby houses, will be demolished to clear the way for the project. The Brentwood also houses several businesses, including City Market, Charlie's Eatery & Pub, A Shared Smile and the Healing Touch Spa.

Flats on Fourth (Ovation/Stencil-Buckeye)

Impacting: Housing: Affordable Rate ; Housing: Market Rate

Led by : Stencil Group
Description 92 unit multi-family complex in Rochester, MN. The developer and builder at Stencil Group plans to build a six-story apartment complex with retail on the main level and underground parking for residents.

Place Maker | DMC Urban Prototyping

Impacting: Civic Engagement ; Hangout

Led by : DMC EDA
Description DMC has been working with Rochester Downtown Alliance and Rochester Art Center on a new program concept for Rochester called PlaceMaker|Rochester Prototyping Festival. Prototyping is a business strategy used in other industries and is now being applied to city development. This is a year-long initiative that began in January and will conclude with a final report and analysis in December, punctuated by numerous public events and activities, the most visible of which is the Sept 15-17 public display of project installations held in conjunction with Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation’s Transform Conference.

Saint Marys Hospital Projects

Impacting:

Led by : Mayo Clinic
Description Mayo Clinic plans to invest $217 million over five years to renovate and expand its St. Marys Campus, the Rochester-based medical system announced on Thursday.

Triton Hilton Hotel (Broadway at Center)

Impacting: Housing: Market Rate ; Hotel & Hospitality ; Heart of the City

Led by : Titan Development & Investments, of Rochester, and Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors, of Chicago
Description The Hilton project is at South Broadway Avenue and East Center Street, and it proposes a 19-floor building with 264 hotel rooms. That includes a ground floor with 7,000 feet of restaurant space, a second floor with 15,000 feet of retail space, and conference and ballroom areas on the third and fourth floors. A fifth floor contains a pool, sun deck and fitness area. The project does not include 33 residential apartments on three additional floors that had been part of the Broadway at Center plans.

Urban on First (Titan-OPUS) Development

Impacting: Housing: Market Rate

Led by : Titan Invesment and OPUS Group
Description Discovery Square 238K Square Foot 6 story commercial and residental complex(9,000 square feet allocated for retail)

Conley Maass Build Out on Discovery Square

Impacting: Heritage Preservation ; Economic Diversification ; Networking ; STEM ; Retail, Dining & Entertainment ; Commercial Research & Technology ; Discovery Square

Led by : Hunter and Traci Downs
Description Building owners Hunter and Traci Downs is renovating the 115-year-old downtown Rochester building to help inspire economic activity and preserve local history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building is slated to eventually be home to Area 10 Labs, Brandhoot, a business incubator, a "maker space" and a future restaurant.

DMC Dashboard

Impacting: Best Practice ; Heart of the City ; Discovery Square ; UMR and Recreation ; Central Station ; Waterfront ; St Marys Place

Led by : DMC EDA
Description 1. To be able to best track, present and communicate the progress of the DMC initiative 2. Monitor broader social and economic conditions of the district.

DMC In the Middle of Everywhere (DMC Marketing Plan)

Impacting:

Led by : DMC EDA
Description Support DMC development by driving qualified investor/developer, entrepreneur and life science leads through hyper-targeted digital strategies; keep DMC top-of-mind with key influencers and stakeholders. Target audiences include: investors, healthcare innovators, commercial real estate and life science professionals. Target markets include upper Midwest and select national markets.

Destination Medical Center (DMC) Plan

Impacting: Best Practice ; Business Process ; Livable City ; Hotel & Hospitality ; Retail, Dining & Entertainment ; Arts & Culture ; Commercial Research & Technology ; Health & Wellness ; Learning Environment ; Sports, Recreation, Nature ; Heart of the City ; Discovery Square ; UMR and Recreation ; Central Station

Led by : DMCC and DMC Agency
Description Intended to bring to Rochester, Olmsted County and Minnesota private investment in excess of $5.6 billion: • Seeks to create at least 35,000 new jobs in Minnesota and bring tax revenue in excess of $7 billion to the State • Intended to give prospective employees,patients and visitors substantial reason to consider Rochester their ‘destination’.

First Avenue Flats

Impacting: Housing: Affordable Rate ; Central Station

Led by : Joseph Development
Description $4.9M - Central Station: A downtown development that has garnered favor with city officials for providing affordable housing is on track to win the city's approval. The Rochester Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday reviewed a final development plan for the Flats on First, a 68-unit apartment building formerly referred to as The Downtowner. The commission previously had recommended denial of the development's preliminary plat, but the city council gave approval based on the city's desperate need for affordable housing in light of Destination Medical Center plans.

Mayo Civic Expansion

Impacting: Economic Diversification ; Roundtable ; Arts & Culture

Led by : City of Rochester, MN
Description $35 Million funding for expanding the Mayo Civic Center

Planning 2 Succeed: Rochester 2040 Comprehensive Plan

Impacting: Health & Wellness

Led by : Rochester Olmsted County Area Planning
Description Rochester is a growing community and that growth is anticipated to continue. Growth and change presents both opportunities and challenges. Long-range planning is needed to position the City to address its long-term needs; to be resilient; to support changing demographics; and to address housing demand, multi-modal transportation needs, growth in jobs and visitors, and more; while working with finite resources. Rochester’s long-range planning effort, referred to as “Planning to Succeed” or P2S, will update the City’s Comprehensive Plan.

Saint Marys Place Design Process with citizen's participation

Impacting: Best Practice ; Business Process ; Civic Engagement

Led by : DMC EDA
Description Because of fallout form Saint Marys Place Holiday Inn project, a better project management process was deemed neccessary.

 

Community Status/News

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Community Health Collaboration Conversation: Public Health, the Y and Diversity Council (May 10, 2018)

Al Lun, openBeam, facilitated a 2018-05-8 meeting with Josh May, the Y; Dee Sabol, Diversity Council and Meaghan Sheridan, Olmsted Public Health to introduce each organization's community health related activities.

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Olmsted County, MN Community Health Improvement 1Q 2018 and 3Q 2017 Status (March 12, 2018)

March 2018 Status; September News 2017 (Including September meeting agenda and June meeting minutes).

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Rochester Clinic and Lotus Health Foundation Community Health Events (February 19, 2018)

Two nationally well-known lifestyle medicine physician and pioneers, Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Hans Diehl along with other physicians will present several topics in Rochester.

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Mayo Clinic Health Disparities Research Lecture by Dr. David Williams (September 27, 2017)

Dr. David Williams in his Keynote Address at the Mayo Research 2017 Annual Health Equity retreat.

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Planning 2 Succeed: Rochester 2040 Comprehensive Plan (September 10, 2017)

P2S updates to be presented to CNG in September CNG meeting. 

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Lotus Health Foundation & Diversity Council Hosting 1st Food for Thought Event in October (September 07, 2017)

Lotus Health Foundation and Diversity Council is collaborating to build out a wellness program based on life style management and nutritional knowledge.  An October Food for Thought will be held to kick off the initiative. 

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Wilder Research (July 24, 2017)

In collaboration with the Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation, Minnesota Compass invites you to participate in a listening session in the southern region.

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Diversity Council extending Compass Points Data to direct Rapid Concensus conversations (April 28, 2017)

On April 26, 2017 Diversity Council utilizing data from Rochester/Olmsted County Compass Points data combining with other community data analyses successfully developed and convened a Rapid Consensus conversation program as part of the 2017 Mayo Community Luncheon celebrating and inspiring an inclusive community. 

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2017 Policy Brief: Incorporating Healthy Community Design Principles into the Rochester Comprehensive Plan (March 01, 2017)

"As we get closer to the public comment period for the Rochester Comprehensive Plan, I thought I’d pass along the “final” version approved by the Public Health Services Advisory Board.  Content hasn’t changed significantly since last year, but put into a different format (2 documents attached).  Feel free to share with CNG."

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Info on 2017 Legislative Mental Health Proposal (February 23, 2017)

Info provided by Courtney Lawson, NAMI.

"Rochester Sen. Dave Senjem is pushing for the state to invest $110 million into housing and supportive services for people with mental illness.

Senjem, chairman of the Senate Capital Investment Committee, said it is time for lawmakers to be bold and make major investments in mental health care."

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