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Redevelopment and Campus Planning for Institutions, Corporations and Development Interests

KIMMERLE GROUP & KIMMERLE Urban Studio


Planning & Asset Repositioning


Urban Design and Planning Studio Kimmerle Group employs a research-based approach to planning and urban design that is informed by ongoing research and teaching at Rutgers and NYU, combined with insight drawn from 35 years of practice. Kimmerle implements theory through an expanded platform of planning and master planning services for universities, institutions, communities, community organizations, and municipalities. Our insight is drawn from projects as small as assignments for neighborhood associations, in Detroit and Newark among other cities; to the largest-scale state-sponsored redevelopment programs, including Battery Park City from its inception. Our clients have included: Healthcare Institutions (nonprofit and for-profit) Investment Funds (Public and Private) Neighborhood Associations Nonprofit Organizations (including community and family services) Municipalities Private Educational Institutions Private Development Entities Public Educational Systems Real Estate Investment Trusts Transit Authorities Bold and proven expertise in many applications: Foreign Trade Zones Hope VI Redevelopment Sites Industrial Building Conversion & Redevelopment Industrial Complex Planning & Redevelopment Planning Multi-Building Complexes (up to 2.5mil square feet) Mixed Use Development National & State Parks Including award winning design for open space and wetlands applications Open Space Research Linking theory to public policy and legislative implementation Residential Development (Public & Private, Infill & Green Sites) Retail & Outlet Centers Sustainable Sites Transit Village Planning & Design Urban & Suburban Sites Infill & Green Development Redevelopment & Property Repositioning Redevelopment Planning and Implementation: Many times, our redevelopment activities generate zoning standards for redevelopment and overlay zones, involving our complete familiarity with zoning and planning processes, economic development initiatives, and tax incentives that become the actual tools for implementation.


Healthcare Industry Initiative The firm has additionally launched a targeted effort in the healthcare sector, including direct implementation of reinvestment programs uniting local and regional healthcare systems with a lengthy roster of public investment funds (REITs), private funds, and development entities to realize large scale, unmet capitalizations and build-to-suit needs in the healthcare industry. A list of current undertakings in master planning, practice repositioning, and financing/development include:

Brooklyn Hospital | Brooklyn, NY CentraState Healthcare System | Freehold, NJ Chilton Hospital | Pequannock, NJ Maimonides Medical Center | Brooklyn, NY Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center | Plainfield, NJ Peconic Bay Medical Center | Riverhead, NY Peninsula Hospital Center (Redevelopment & Repositioning) | Far Rockaway, NY Mount St. Mary’s Hospital | Passaic, NJ SUNY Downstate Medical Center | Brooklyn, NY

KG Planning Studio’s efforts are often provided hand-in-hand with our ongoing JV affiliate MedDev, whose expertise is focused on the broader finances of healthcare institutions. Areas of focus include revenues/reimbursements, operations (practice structures and service mix) and the capitalization for on and off-balance sheet transactions. Project types include: base buildings, leasehold improvements and other health requirements. MedDev’s repositioning services are fundamental to recasting healthcare systems for the coming decades. With our unique position serving Brooklyn healthcare institutions, we are a central participant in the ongoing dialog on healthcare in the five boroughs, and our input as healthcare policy experts is sought at the New York State Department of Health. KG Planning Studio’s larger agenda is to provide thoughtful leadership in all engagements related to urban & institutional planning, city design, and public policy. We see no limits to the range of subjects that can benefit from our insight.


Healthcare Campus Planning

Chilton Hospital Master Plan, Pequannock, NJ


Healthcare Campus Planning

Chilton Hospital Master Plan, Pequannock, NJ


Mixed-use Urban Redevelopment

Convent Station Master Plan, Morristown, NJ


Mixed-use Urban Redevelopment

Nutley East Centre Street Redevelopment, Nutley, NJ


Building Expansion

1370 Broadway, New York, NY


Mixed-use Urban Redevelopment

Brooklyn Hospital Development, Brooklyn, NY


Master Planning

Battery Park City, New York, NY


Master Planning

Foreign Trade Center Master Plan, Mount Olive, NJ


GREENSCAPE AT ROOF 4 STORY BASE COMMON AREA COMMUNITY USE SKILLED NURSING ASSISTED LIVING RIEGELMANN BOARDWALK OPEN PARKING BELOW

CENTRAL ESPLANADE AT BOARDWALK LEVEL GREENSCAPE AT ROOF 12 STORIES 120’ 110’

10 STORIES

100’

9 STORIES

90’

RIEGELMANN BOARDWALK

80’ 70’ 60’ 50’ 40’ 31’

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12 STORIES

10 STORIES 9 STORIES

Healthcare Campus Planning

Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens, Brooklyn, NY

dDev LLC

RIEGELMANN BOARDWALK OPEN PARKING

(ENDORSED BY THE CITY PLANNING COMMI

Creating capital and cash for health providers through a


Healthcare Campus Planning

Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY


Healthcare Campus Planning

SUNY Downstate Medical Center Master Plan, Brooklyn, NY


Healthcare Campus Planning

Peconic Bay Medical Center, Riverhead, NY


NYU, Rutgers University & Kimmerle Group Research Project

Madison Downtown Revisioning, Madison, NJ


NYU, Rutgers University & Kimmerle Group Research Project

Port Henry, Port Henry, NY


Waterfront Redevelopment

St. George Master Plan, Staten island, NY


on morris avenue. the facility centers future expansion to the north and east, and offers a walkable template for the future life and image of KEAN UNIVERSITY PHASING current and future

A LONG TERM STRATEGY a green pedestrian campus

TRAIN STATION

2014 walkable link to rail transit

GATEWAY ICONS

RAIL LINK

2014 new university center and gateway bridge

BOO AND INTE

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2020 centralized parking 2020 for entire campus 2025 expanded facilities

PHASE 2 PHASE 3

ADMINISTRATION

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ADMINISTRATION ADMINI DMINI MINI INI NII ADMIN FOUNDATION

CLASS TECH/FINE ARTS

CLASSROOM SCIENCE

parking converted 2025 to walkable greenways

CLASSROOM SCIENCE

SERPENTINE WALK

CLASS COMP SCI

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2014 iconic gateways

CLASS/ADMIN

PHASE 3 CLASS

CLASS BUSINESS/ PUBLIC ADMIN

CLASS SC CIIENCE TECH

LIBRARY THEATER CLASS MUSIC

POLICE STUDENT HEALTH

CLASS FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS

2025 limited on street parking

ALL SEASON ENCLOSED WALK PHASE 4

SERPENTINE CAMPUS WALK

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KIMMERLE HUNT LLC.

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parking&stadium morris ave

KIMMERLE HUNT LLC. BARNES & NOBLE

CAFE & PATIO

BANK

bridge morris ave

dorm&train stair to 2&3

serpentine walk

A MIXED USE CENTER

bridging kean campus

connecting kean university to transit and announcing the university on morris avenue. the facility centers future expansion to the north and east, and offers a walkable template for the future life and image of KEAN UNIVERSITY

BOOKSTORE/CAFE AND INTERIOR ATRIUM

Competition & Special Project

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Not for Profit - Special Needs

Visiting Nurse Association of Somerset Hills, Basking Ridge, NJ


Site plan and neighborhood context map.     NTPTC with new parking deck with community playground at top level   Site plan and neighborhood context map.     NTPTC with new parking deck with community playground at top level                                                                                                    with direct access to community center                                                                                                    with direct access to community center                                                                                 Key    1    Church and man sanctuary    Key  2    Priory/Overnight lodging facility    3    Main entry/access to        1    Church and man sanctuary    2    Priory/Overnight lodging facility           preservation society annex                4    Community center/food     3    Main entry/access to                 pantry/recreation            preservation society annex                  5    Parking deck with community          playground at upper level  4    Community center/food   4    6    Landscaped courtyard/exterior             pantry/recreation   2         social space    5    Parking deck with community   7    Entry to NCPTC, reception and           greeting space          playground at upper level  8  4    6    Landscaped courtyard/exterior    7   8    Charter school                        26         social space    7    Entry to NCPTC, reception and           greeting space    1   8  3  7   8    Charter school                        5       6     1       3  5                                                                                        National Child Protection Training Center at Sacred Heart Church                                                                               National Child Protection Training Center at Sacred Heart Church                                                                                         The restoration and renewal of a historic landmark                                                                                             The restoration and renewal of a historic landmark          264 South Street, Morristown, NJ  P: 973.538.8885 

First Floor Plan  ‐ Multi format training center with new classrooms and simulated court/hearing spaces, new reception/                                            greeting space and overnight lodging in former rectory/priory  National Child Protection Training Center, Jersey City, NJ  

   Key   1    Preservation Society Annex   2    Office  3    Video viewing/Classroom   4    Interview room   5    Breakout/Conference room  6    Flexible classroom    7    New Stair   8    Stage/Podium for large seminar meetings  9    Seminar space   10  Small hearing/court space   11  Large hearing/court space  12  Equipment/file storage   13  Elevator   14   Library/break room  15   Open to below   16   Overnight lodging    17   Typical single occupancy room  18   Pantry/storage space                 2            5  6  1                         

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264 South Street, Morristown, NJ  P: 973.538.8885        Ground Floor Plan – Mock house/simulation facility, observation rooms, kitchen and dining facility, administrative                                                                 offices.  Priory/rectory conversion to overnight stay, Entry level for reception/greetings space 

    Key    1    Reception/Registration/Greeting   2    Luggage storage    3    Office                    4    Classroom/workrooms  5    Two bedroom mock                 house/simulation     6    Viewing room/space   7    New stair     8    Dining area (120 seats)      9    Serving area  10  Phone area    11  Dishwashing room    12  Equipment/file storage   13  Loading areas                  14   Kitchen                         15   Vending area             16   Toilets                       17   Overnight lodging     18   Typical single occupancy room  19   Pantry/storage space    20   New parking deck and playground                4    6        5          4                 

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Urban Infill - Residential

Middle Income Housing Infill, Newark, NJ


1 BED RM UNIT X 31 2 BED RM UNIT X 8 1 BED RM

2 BED RM ROOF GARDEN 1 BED RM

1 BED RM

TELE/ELEC JANITOR

1 BED RM

26 PARKING SPACES

1 BED RM

1 BED RM ELEVATOR

3rd Avenue

Christine Street

LOBBY

1 BED RM

1 BED RM

2 BED RM 3rd Avenue

Christine Street

8 STREET PARKING SPACES

Urban Infill - Residential

Summit Redevelopment, Elizabeth, NJ

Christine Street

3rd Avenue

3rd Avenue

Christine Street


Urban Infill - Commercial

10 Park Place, Morristown, NJ


Urban Infill - Commercial

Carriage House, Morristown, NJ


Alexander Ave

Gas Station

GreenwAlexander ood Ave Avenue

mer Street

Building 4 Parking Structure

Greenwood Avenue

Urban Infill - Transit Village

Madison Transit Village, Madison, NJ

Office

Office

Building 1 Retail / Offices

Gas Station

Main Street

Building 2, 3 Retail / Residential

Office

Prospect Street

Bank Auto Repair & Services Shopping Center

Main Street


Site Overview | Design Concept

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American Family Hearing Center Mister C’s Beach Bistro

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Allenhurst Car Care Loch Arbour Liquors Grassm ere Av enue

Mc Gillicuddy’s Tap House 10’ front yard 5’ side yard rear yard 20% of lot depth

Edgemont Dr

Institutional Commercial

OVERVIEW & MARKET STUDY FOR FIRST ENERGY First Energy Transit PRELIMINARY Village,SITE Allenhurst, NJ ite Allenhurst Parcels Design Overview Zoning Allowable zoning uses| Allenhurst ConceptProposal Rendering 26-4.6

Retail, restaurant, residential, office and other related uses

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R-2

R-1

R-2

R-1 R-1

R-1

R-2

B-1 R-2

R-1 50% impervious Varies by site – up to

R-1

R-2

Elberon

Allowable building area R-1

R-1

Avenue

R-2 R-1

C-1

Setback. 1. No building shall be nearer to the street line on Main Street than the average alignment of corresponding stories of existing buildings within the same block. 2. No building shall be nearer to the street line on Hume Street than the average setback alignment of the residential dwellings in the R-2 District in the same block.

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Side Yard Requirements for Buildings on Interior Lots Not Exceeding Two (2) Stories in Height. All buildings shall extend to the side lot line except as follows: 1. Lots on the Village of Loch Arbour Boundary line shall have a side yard no less than three (3) feet wide on the side of the building nearest the Loch Arbour line. 2. Interior lots which have buildings that do not extend to the side lot lines shall have a side yard at least ten (10) feet wide on each building side which is not on the lot line.

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Side Yard Requirements for Buildings Three (3) Stories in Height on Interior Lots. Each side yard between the building and each side lot line shall be at least ten (10’) feet wide and the sum of the two (2) side yards shall not be less than twenty-five (25%) percent of the lot width.

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public works site

building one 3 stories

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Approx potential apartment mix/total – 50% ½ bedroom, 50% studios

NJT R R

Height. No building or structure shall be erected having more than three (3) stories and exceeding forty (40) feet in height except as follows: 1. Only the following may occupy the second floor and third floor of a three (3) story building: (a) Business offices.

R-1

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R-1

R-2

Concept Rendering

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R-1

C-1

C-2 R-2 Total of 30% - 100K sf grnd flr retail R-1 sf grnd floor retail Building 1 – 45,000 C-2 floor Building 1 – 55,000 sfC-2grnd R-2 retail

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Access. Except on Hume Street, all entrances and exits to buildings in the district shall face onto Main Street. No motor vehicle entrance to or exit from any property in the district shall be permitted on Elberon Avenue.

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R-1 R-1

2.25 ac parcel

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building two 4/5 stories Elberon

recreational deck

Side Yard Requirements for Buildings on Corner Lots. On corner lots on the east side of Main Street, all buildings and all attachments and extensions thereto shall conform to the existing average setback alignment of the main front wall of buildings and dwellings in the same block on streets running east and west.

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Uses. In the C-2 District the following uses and businesses are permitted 1. All uses and businesses permitted in C-1 District. 2. All uses typically associated with a public utility.

PRELIMINARY SITE OVERVIEW & MARKET STUDY FOR FIRST ENERGY public works site can be incorporated h.

Main

1.90 ac Allowable coverage

B-2

R-1

B-2

C-3 R-1

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borough utility site

public works site

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Red Box 7-Eleven McDonald’s

10’ front yard 5’ side yard rear yard 20% of lot depth

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Deal Lake Dr

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Cravings Gourmet Cravings Bakery Spellbinders Surf & Snow

Heavenly Treasures

2.25 ac parcel

Urban Infill - Transit Village

Serpico’s Pizzeria

Avenue

Allenhurst Station

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Ocean Aven

Main

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Norwood

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Site Parcels

Street

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Rear Yard. A rear yard is required on all lots. Its depth at ground level shall not be less than twenty (20%) percent of the lot depth.

(Ord. 6/26/79 § 406; Ord. No. 96-13 § I)

PRELIMINARY SITE OVERVIEW & MARKET STUDY FOR FIRST ENERGY

KIMMERLE GROUP


Corporate Campus Planning

Sanofi Aventis Site Circulation Study, Bridgewater, NJ


Corporate Campus Planning

3 Campus Drive, Parsippany, NJ


Corporate Campus Planning

Lanidex Campus & Building Study, Parsippany, NJ


Corporate Campus Planning

The Bergen Record Redevelopment, Hackensack, NJ


University Campus Planning

NJIT Gateway Housing Study, Newark, NJ


University Campus Planning

Drury College Campus Housing, Springfield, MO


Private School Campus Planning

Elizabeth Morrow School, Englewood, NJ


Private School Campus Planning

Bayley Ellard School, Madison, NJ


Public Space, Educational & Recreational Facilities - Rivefront Park

Newark Riverfront Plaza, Newark, NJ


Public Space, Educational & Recreational Facilities

Jets Stadium, Meadowlands, NJ


Public Space, Educational & Recreational Facilities

Tower Museum, Manhattan, NY


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PUBLIC/VISITOR ENTRY 15'0" AFF

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NATURAL STONE WALLS 6'0" AFF

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264 South Street, Morristown, NJ 07960 37 W. 20 Street, New York City, NY 10011 1109 Mt. Kemble Ave, Harding Twp, NJ 07976

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