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마포구 서교동 기업형 임대주택(역세권청년주택) Project

72, Yanghwa-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

마포구 서교동 기업형 임대주택(역세권청년주택)

Development Type: Residential Development

Type Of Developer: Public Sector

Start Year: 2019

Address: 72, Yanghwa-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Website: http://youth2030.co.kr/user/home.do

Contributor: audex

Location

Location Description
The site is located at a 60m walk from Hapjeong Station. Nearby facilities are adjacent to Mecenatpolis(메세나폴리스) and Hongdae Street(홍대거리).

Case Report

Introduction

This is a housing Rental service provided by the 서울주택도시공사(SH) at the public transport-centered station area. This project was carried out in cooperation with the private sector and the public for the stability of housing for homeless youth and newlyweds.

Development Info.

Development Scale: Building

Total Development Cost: N/A

Total Land Area: 6735.9m2

Total Development Area: 67953.14m2

Area Type: Urban Area - Urban Residential Area

Start Date: 2019/11/18

Opening Date: 2020/04/01

Planning Approval: 2019.11.5

Lead Developer: 서울주택도시공사(SH)

Consultants: 효성건설, 에이치폴리오, 서울주택도시공사

Background

Economic Context

There are several economic conditions for participating in this housing program. First, participants must be between 19 and 39 years of old who does not own a car or home. Second, in order to participate in the program as newlyweds, the first condition must be satisfied and the marriage period must be within 7 years.

Social Context

Currently, housing poverty among young people continues in the metropolitan area. This is complexly entangled with other problems, and the degree is getting deeper. Although the number of young people who have recently moved to Seoul and have to maintain an independent life for college or job placement has increased, there is a shortage of dormitories and housing to accommodate them. According to the Seoul Metropolitan Council's [Seoul Basic Ordinance for Youth Housing], the residential poverty rate in Seoul is 18.1%, higher than an average of 12%, and the phenomenon of residential poverty among young people is getting worse as time passes. The reason for this phenomenon is that housing costs are too high compared to their income, and single-person youth households living independently in the metropolitan area often spend more than half of their income for housing. In order to alleviate this serious youth housing problem, Seoul started providing support for youth housing in 2016.

Environmental Context

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Historical Context

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The Plan

Pre-planning Efforts

Information related to youth housing housing benefits (rental fees and subsidies, etc.) Supplied at a price of 30~95% of the surrounding market price : A program that supports 50% of the rental deposit and up to 45 million won so that young people can move in at a level that they can afford. Various community facilities will be installed in the youth housing in the station area to support the activities of the youth to build a “youth platform,” where people can find jobs and play while living. Target occupants 19-39 years old college student, newlyweds House unowned and non-operating vehicles

Vision Statement

1. By providing high-quality, affordable public and private rental housing in the station area where the housing demand of young people is high. 2. Relieving the housing shortage of youth and vitalizing the local economy

Goals and Objectives

1. By providing high-quality, affordable public and private rental housing in the station area where the housing demand of young people is high. 2. Relieving the housing shortage of youth and vitalizing the local economy Currently, it is difficult to purchase a house due to the environment of the economy of young generations in the metropolitan area. There are lots of housing welfare benefits for elderly, but it is difficult to find benefits for the youngs. In addition, there are many young people living in narrow rooms that do not meet the legal minimum housing standards. Such rental housing supply seems to be able to promote housing stability for young people.

Issues and Problems

Housing Welfare Problems for Young People (Resolving Housing Shortages for Young People)

Benchmark Projects

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Public Engagement Strategy

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Financing Strategy

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Existing Community and Residents

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Phasing Strategy

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The Master Plan

Complex environment Located within 50m walk from Hapjeong Station Exit 3 Hongik University, Yonsei University, Sogang University and Ewha Womans University are adjacent Amenities B5~B3: Parking lot B2: Performance hall, preparation room B1: Sunken Square, practice room, performance room 1F: Daycare center, youth support facility, neighborhood living facility, security room 2F: neighborhood living facilities, gym, game room, playground, library Since the project is planned to be larger and higher in volume compared to adjacent buildings, discontinuities in the building occur. To solve this problem, the first and second floors were planned in a separate form, and the mass was intentionally divided horizontally and vertically using different colors.

Land Uses and Programs

B5~B3: Parking lot B2: Performance hall, preparation room, Parking lot B1: Sunken Square, practice room, performance room 1F: Daycare center, youth support facility, neighborhood living facility, security room 2F: neighborhood living facilities, gym, game room, playground, library

Timeline or Milestones

Project recruitment start date: 2019.11.5 Subscription application acceptance: 2019.11.18~2019.11.22 Contract Date: 2020.3.11~2020.3.13 Start of move-in: 2020.5

Current Status

Completed move-in

Lessons Learned

What is the most important take away from this case?

It is a project aimed at solving the problem of accelerating youth housing. Through the 2030청년주택사업, a stable living space is provided to young people, providing a social space for young people to perform various activities

Why is this case relevant today and for whom?

The project aims to reduce housing costs for college students and social beginners, who have been relatively alienated so far, and to provide a minimal living environment to alleviate the housing problems of young people.

Which strategy was proved to be successful?

Demand for young people with housing shortages decreased due to the supply of 913 households Specialize in cultural business and revitalize good local communities

In your opinion, what could have improved this project?

Since the project is a building built for lease, it is necessary to consider the time of conversion after 8 years of lease. Also, since this building is a public asset, it seems that Seoul will have to think about how to use it. In the area where I live, residents are opposed to the construction of youth housing due to problems such as infringement of the view right and traffic congestion, and it seems that these local problems and social problems such as the shortage of youth housing facilities must be complemented and complemented.

Any other comments?

Since the surrounding location is in the center of 마포구 and near the 합정역, it seems that the value of the investment is moderate in terms of location. However, since it has a unique building purpose that targets single-person households, it seems that it should be invested after careful consideration.

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