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Porto Maravilha Rio de Janeiro, October 2012. A UNIQUE TIME FOR RIO Rio + 20 20122013201420152016 Rio de Janeiro’s 450 th Anniversary.

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Apresentação em tema: "Porto Maravilha Rio de Janeiro, October 2012. A UNIQUE TIME FOR RIO Rio + 20 20122013201420152016 Rio de Janeiro’s 450 th Anniversary."— Transcrição da apresentação:

1 Porto Maravilha Rio de Janeiro, October 2012

2 A UNIQUE TIME FOR RIO Rio Rio de Janeiro’s 450 th Anniversary

3 Maracanã Christ Statue Copacabana Sugarloaf Santos Dumont Airport Tom Jobim International Airport 11 km 5 km 7 km 2 km 8 km 6 km Rio de Janeiro Petrópolis Angra dos Reis Búzios Paraty Atlantic Ocean LOCATION

4 THE REGION IN NUMBERS Total area ~5 million m² Population ~28,000 (2010) Human Development Index Actively employed ~12,000 Labor force ~30,000 Small and medium businesses ~10,000 Elementary schools / Pre-schools 7 / 5 Secondary schools 2 Vocational training courses 1 Medical clinics / Hospitals 3 / 1

5 1850 PORT AREA MAP 5

6 6 6 PRESENT TIME MAP

7 MAJOR HISTORICAL VALUE 1817 Armazém do Sal Rua da Prainha (Acre) Largo de São Francisco Da Prainha 1930 Navy Arsenal Praça Mauá “A Noite” Building D. João VI Royal Palace Cruise terminal Gamboa Dock Avenida Perimetral 2002 Rio Branco 1 Office Bldg Mauá Pier Federal Police

8 MAJOR HISTORICAL VALUE

9 ISOLATION & DEGRADATION Low proportion of green areas (2.5%) Places prone to chronic flooding Sewage released directly into drainge system, rivers and canal Degraded architectural heritage

10 PORTO MARAVILHA: BREAKING PARADIGMS Shifting real estate development to downtown Changing the downtown image Improving current residents’ quality of life Increasing the number of residents Valuing heritage Improving the enviroment

11 PORTO MARAVILHA: BREAKING PARADIGMS The Porto Maravilha project creates an array of legal and institutional instruments to bring change to Rio de Janeiro’s Port Region

12 UNPRECEDENTED INSTITUTIONAL & FINANCIAL MODEL Urban Operation Consortium* as a funding mechanismReal Estate Investment Fund handles sale of CEPACs and real estateFiscal incentives during initial project yearsMixed-economy company manages the projectUrban revitalization through an administrative consortium (PPP) * Legally instituted urban policy for the revitalization of degraded urban areas

13 No charge when construction does not exceed IAT CEPACs must be purchased when IAT is exceeded Key:  CEPAC – Certificate of Potential Additional Construction  IAT – Land Use Index (portion of land that can be built on pursuant to current legislation) Key:  CEPAC – Certificate of Potential Additional Construction  IAT – Land Use Index (portion of land that can be built on pursuant to current legislation) Funds collected through CEPACs for urban works and services PORTO MARAVILHA PROJECT

14 Mission Granting Authority Manages Consortium (PPP) Coordinates between Consortium and other public agencies Project Manager Accounts to Brazil’s Securities & Exchange Commission Takes part in approving ventures, in conjunction with Municipal Secretariat of Urbanism Development Agency Stimulates dynamic economic & social performance in the region Responsible for making a portion of the land available on the market Role CDURP: MISSION AND ROLE

15 FINANCIAL & INSTITUTIONAL MODEL CDURP Real Estate Investment Fund FGTS (Government Severance Indemnity Fund) CEPACs & real estate City of Rio Real Estate Market US$1.7 billion Porto Novo Consortium PPP consideration (US$3.75 billion) PPP bonds (works & services) CEPACs & real estate Return on investment Other project expenses (US$197 million) CEPACs & real estate Granting authority Earnings on real estate appreciation

16 STRATEGY UrbanRevitalizationSocioeconomicDevelopment Real Estate Development

17 URBAN REVITALIZATION Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in the form of an Administrative Consortium to perform works and services:  Innovative experience in the management of public spaces  Providing a variety of services that require different specializations  Consortium is accountable for the quality of works and services, as remuneration is tied to performance  Consortium provides advance funding for some investments  The City (through CDURP) stands to gain from appreciation in the region

18 Conservation & maintenance of road infrastructure, walkways, green areas and public squares Public lighting Urban cleaning services and household trash collection Maintenance of drainage network and sewers Support of mass transit network Installation and operation of bike racks Signage and maintenance of historical and cultural points of interest Citizen services SERVICES

19 URBAN REVITALIZATION & ENVIRONMENTAL GAINS 4 km (2,5 mi) of tunnels70 km (44 mi) of improved roadways66 km (41 mi) of drainage systems85 km (53 mi) of serwer systems120 km (75 mi) of water systems m² (160 acres) of sidewalks17 km (10 mi) of bike paths3 wastewater treatment plants trees planted

20 INFRASTRUCTURE

21 Construction of 3 wastewater treatment plants (dry weather) Sewer systems linked into the Alegria Wastewater Treatment Plant trunk line INFRASTRUCTURE

22 Laying of 17 km (10 mi) of bike paths Planting of 15,000 trees MOBILITY – NEW ROAD SYSTEM

23 LRT - PROJECT PHASES Barcas-Santos Dumont line: under project development Santos Dumont* América Camerino Itamaraty Central Sta. Rita D. de Caxias Nabuco de Freitas São Diogo Barão de Mauá Vila Olímpica Saara Carioca Carmo Barcas Rio Branco Pça. da República Pça. Tiradentes Phase 1 enters operation in Jan Phase 2 enters operation in Jan Sete de Setembro Antônio Laje Gamboa Barão Tefé Cidade do Samba 2 Pça. da Harmonia Pedro Hernesto Buenos Aires Almirante Barroso Antônio Carlos Cidade do Samba 1 Silvino Montenegro Rodrigues Alves Praça Mauá São Bento Candelária Cinelândia ‘ Equador Vila de Mídia Pereira Reis Pça. Santo Cristo Novo Rio 2 Cordeiro da Graça Santo Cristo Novo Rio 1 Rodoviária

24 Light rail New roads Transbrasil BRT Supervia train Subway Bus stops Bus terminals N Phase 1 Phase 2 New cruise terminal LIGHT RAIL – MULTI-MODALITY INTEGRATION

25 Santos Dumont* Central Barão de Mauá Carioca Barcas Cidade do Samba 2 Cinelândia Rodoviária Rodrigues Alves LIGHT RAIL – MULTI-MODALITY INTEGRATION

26 Via Binária - Praça Mauá Saúde Tunnel Gamboa Terminals Museum of Tomorrow 3 3 José Bonifácio Cultural Center Morro da Providência Tunnel Via Binário 1º de Março 2 2 Via Binário - R. Souza e Silva & Antonio Lage Link road to Gasômetro Viaduct 24 Temporary terminal 17 Rua Mendonça 21 Via D1 20 Rua Gal Luiz M. Moraes Reserv. Morro do Pinto CDURP main offices 5 5 Escola do Olhar Via B1 – R. Silv. Montenegro & Saúde Tunnel R. Equador Via C3 Via B WORKS IN PROGRESS

27 WORKS SCHEDULE Binário Avenue Binário Avenue Expressway tunnel Expressway tunnel New urban infrastructure and new road system Urbanization of hillsides comunities Demolition of Perimetral viaduct 2016

28 REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT Greater than 90% occupancy rate for comercial real state Residential property downtown and nearby sold in record time Shortfall of at least 8,000 hotel rooms to meet World Cup & Olympic demand A growing market in Rio

29 ROOM FOR OPPORTUNITIES Non-CEPAC Area (APAC SAGAS Heritage preservation area) ~3.8 million m² - about 1,500 properties that could be retrofitted Non-CEPAC Area (APAC SAGAS Heritage preservation area) ~3.8 million m² - about 1,500 properties that could be retrofitted CEPAC Area ~1.2 million m², to which + 4 million m² have been added

30 SECTORS WITH A POTENTIAL FOR ADDITIONAL CONSTRUCTION CEPAC costs Residential / HotelCommercial <

31 REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY Specific parameters for setbacks Savings in water consumptionand water reuse Energy savings and/or local generation of clean energy Green roofs Use of environmentally certified building materials Easy access and use of bicycles Regulations for new buildings in the Port Region:

32 70 PROJECTS UNDER ANALYSIS OR APPROVED Olympic Village JPL Estácio de Sá Odebrecht

33 Strategy To leverage the current transformation process to encourage recognition and celebration of the region’s heritage and the social and productive inclusion of current residents, small and micro businesses in the region, and the population at large Establish partnerships to Map out opportunities Prepare workers and small and micro businesses for potential new job and business opportunities Stimulate the recovery of real estate heritage in the preserved area Set in motion incentive policies and mechanisms Establish partnerships to Map out opportunities Prepare workers and small and micro businesses for potential new job and business opportunities Stimulate the recovery of real estate heritage in the preserved area Set in motion incentive policies and mechanisms SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT & PRODUCTIVE INCLUSION

34  Housing and slum upgrading  Job creation  Professional training and retraining  Promoting entrepreneurialism  Education for citizenship  Production and dissemination of knowledge SOCIOECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

35 3% of revenue from the sale of CEPACs goes to:  Leveraging tangible and intangible heritage as potential job and income creators  Restoring and upgrading protected heritage property  Creating historical-cultural circuits  African heritage  Churches  Architecture  Urban archeology  Support for initiatives taken by the region’s cultural groups and organizations

36 ENVIRONMENTAL GAINS Increase in green area from 2.5% to 10% of the region Reduction in pollutionIncrease in pedestrian areas

37 INTEGRATED, INCLUSIVE URBAN SPACE A residential option & a benchmark for sustainable urban living

38 VIRTUOUS CIRCLE Improved urban, environmental and social conditions Increased investor interest Increased funds for public coffers Steadily improving quality of life SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

39 CHANGE IS ON THE WAY! blogportomaravilha.com facebook.com/portomaravilha


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