Location:

pomona, California

 

Client:

city of pomona, &

southern california

association of

governments (SCAG)

 

Size:

+/- 120 acres

 

Development:

3.5 million sf

 

Land Uses:

retail, restaurants, office,

industrial, residential,

creative workspace, artist

studios/galleries, medical,

& open space

 

Pomona North Station Area Plan

The Pomona North Station Area Plan reviewed and analyzed current and future development potential for a primarily light industrial area around the existing Pomona North Metrolink Station as a TOD with the inclusion of the future Metro Gold Line light rail station. The plan explored three station area plan alternatives: 1) an adaptive reuse plan, 2) a full redevelopment plan, and 3) a redevelopment plan that accepted the platform and parking structure location identiļ¬ed in the Gold Line Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). Each plan, while different, is crafted around several drivers to make the station unique within the city and in relation to other stations along its existing and future transit line.


These drivers are embracing the industrial character with the on-set of new mixed use development; celebration of the arts through land uses and public realm improvements; creation of a job center through preservation and new land use; and health and wellness, capitalizing on the strong medical presence in the area with Casa Colina and the Pomona Valley Medical Center Hospital. The plan includes the integration of both stations and transit facilities (platforms, parking, circulations, bicycle facilities, etc.), street network, circulation, development block sizes, densities, land use mix, improvements to streetscape and non-motorized connections, parking strategies, connections to surrounding communities, phasing, infrastructure impacts, market analysis, and implementation strategies.  

 

The project depicted hereon is a project of Cooper Carry, Inc. Richard J Flierl was principal-in-charge of this project while employed by Cooper Carry, Inc.