Keep original valuestoggle. If you use this toggle, the features will be reclassified with the new land use type in name only, and all the base values will be kept as is. The residential and employment densities shown in the land use type card will be crossed out to signify that they are not being applied.
Reclassify x featuresbutton. The feature(s) will be reclassified accordingly once you confirm. The reclassification action will be reflected in the all summary charts, data tables, and maps for the Base Canvas and scenarios.
Place Typesbutton to open a type selection window. The Building Types or Place Types selection window will appear.
Keep original valuestoggle. This option applies only if you selected a land use type. If you turn on this toggle, the base residential and employment values will be kept as is unless you change the allocations in the following steps. The residential and employment densities shown in the land use type card will be crossed out to signify that they are not being applied.
Change residential attributesbutton. A menu of housing types will appear.
+button next to a housing type that you wish to specify. The residential area options will appear.
Apply per featureor
Apply per acrefrom the drop-down menu. “Apply per feature” applies the same numbers of dwelling units and building floor area on each selected feature, regardless of their land area. “Apply per acre” applies units and floor area by density on the developable land area of each selected feature.
+ Add dwelling unit typebutton to add more entry rows. You can add rows for other types of dwelling units, or for units of the same type with different sizes that exist on the same parcel or block. For example, you can represent a single family home with an accessory dwelling unit by including a multifamily unit in addition to a single family unit, as shown in the example below.
Xbutton at the top right of the Allocate residential area by type window to close it.
Change employment attributesbutton. A menu of employment sectors will appear.
Building floor areaor
Employeesfrom the drop-down menu. You can enter employment information based on gross building floor area, or by numbers of employees.
Apply per featureor
Apply per acrefrom the drop-down menu. “Apply per feature” allocates the same numbers of employees and building floor area to each selected feature, regardless of its land area. “Apply per acre” allocates employees and building area by density on the developable land area of each selected feature.
Densitydrop-down menu. The Low, Medium, and High building density categories are the same as those used in creating Components. Each category is associated with a different set of variables for floor area per employee, by subsector. These variables are set on the Library Settings page in Manage mode.
+ Add employment sectorbutton to add more entry rows. Continue to add rows for employment in other sectors, entering attributes as you did for the first selected sector. Entries are automatically saved; to remove an entry row, click the Delete icon
Xbutton at the top right of the Allocate employment area by type window to close it.
Reclassify x featuresbutton. The feature(s) will be reclassified once you confirm. The reclassification action will be reflected in the all summary charts, data tables, and maps for the Base Canvas and scenarios.
Revert x to basebutton will indicate the x number of features in your selection that have been reclassified in any prior actions.
Revert x to base. This will reset the features to their original base condition, including land use classifications and base values. Any features that have not been reclassified previously will be unaffected by the revert action.