3045 Broad Street
The Dexter DDA and City of Dexter collectively own four parcels in the Downtown. The four parcels measure approximately 3 acres (total), and is located northwest of Main Street, between Grand and Forest Streets, with frontage directly onto the City’s award winning Mill Creek Park. These parcels include 3045 Broad Street, and three vacant lots (8077-8087 Forest Street and 8090 Grant Street). The 3045 Broad Street property surrounds a DTE substation on 3 sides. The DDA/City and DTE are finalizing an agreement to decommission the sub-station and transfer of ownership of the property from DTE to the City. Hence, this property will be included in the redevelopment project area. Click here for a map of the entire development project area.
This project area has great residential, retail and office potential due to its location overlooking Mill Creek and Mill Creek Park, not to mention its close proximity to downtown Dexter. In November 2017, the City entered into a pre-development agreement with Norfolk Development to redevelop the property the City owns at 3045 Broad. A copy of the agreement can be accessed by clicking here.
Community Engagement Workshop #4: A Unique and Distinctly Dexter Experience
The 4th Community Engagement Workshop was held on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at the Dexter District Library. Building upon feedback received during the 3 previous Community Engagement Workshop's, the Norfolk Team presented its layout concept, along with more refined scale and massing designs, for the 3045 Broad Street project. The concept focuses on a providing a unique and distinctly Dexter pedestrian experience; a mix of residential, retail, commercial and office uses; enhanced connection with Mill Creek Park and the natural environment; and underground parking. Detailed architectural plans were not included in the presentation, as they have not been finalized. In addition, those are details to be worked out with the Planning Commission, during the site plan review process. The Norfolk Team will take the next 30 to 45 days to work on a pro-forma for the project. It's anticipated that the Norfolk Team will present its pro-forma to the 3045 Broad Street Committee, in late August or early September.
To view the July 10th presentation, please click the following link:
Please contact Community Development Manager, Michelle Aniol (email@example.com) with any questions/comments.
Community Engagement Workshop #3: Scale, Massing and Density
The 3rd Community Engagement Workshop held on April 18, 2018, at Mill Creek Middle School. At this meeting the Norfolk Team presented three massing and density options for the 3045 Broad Street site. To view these options, please click the links below:
There will be a 4th Workshop in the near future, as the Norfolk Team continues to develop a final concept plan for the redevelopment of 3045 Broad Street. Public input on the redevelopment process and/or the options presented is not only encouraged, but welcomed. Please contact Community Development Manager, Michelle Aniol (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions/comments.
Community Engagement Workshop #2: Public Input + Site Analysis = Project Direction
On February 28, 2018 the City and Norfolk Homes conducted the second in a series of collaborative design events to get feedback on the redevelopment of 3045 Broad (former DAPCO site downtown). Building upon the input received during the first Workshop, the Norfolk Team prepared, and presented a number of informational boards that summarized the project, team, city requirements for the project, project schedule and information update, Master Plan goals and objectives, the design process (following Workshop #1), which the Norfolk Team undertook to examine and develop four site analysis options, and an interactive exercise regarding the Trailhead and Building design. Click the following links to review the information presented at the 2nd Workshop:
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Community Engagement Workshop #1
On December 6, 2017 the City and Norfolk hosted the first public engagement workshop. The workshop was designed as a listening session, organized around sixkey topics; 1) Traffic Flow/Broad Street, 2) Pedestrian Experience, 3) Parking, 4) Site and Mill Creek Park, 5) Program, and 6) Additional Comments.
The Norfolk Team has analyzed and evaluated the public feedback, and identified key takeways. Click hear to review the Norfolk Teams Community Feedback report.
Previous Community Input
Consideration of community goals is an important aspect of the redevelopment opportunity. Community conversations have taken place, notes from which have been complied and can be viewed by clicking the links below. This community input was a response toth various discussion topics, context (elements to consider surrounding the site itself, with special attention to Mill Creek Park), uses, density, building height, parking, and design.