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Marina Landing II

Block G

MIXED USE & RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD
Planned Uses
  • Townhouse residential buildings
  • Single family and two-family dwellings
  • Multifamily residential
  • Commercial offices and retail
  • Surface parking areas
  • Parking structures and carports
Mix of Uses
  • Not regulated
Massing and Density
  • Maximum density regulated by “Development Code”
  • Minimum density not regulated
  • Front of townhouse buildings shall be minimum 3 stories
  • Fencing allowed in rear and side yards only; limited to 8' in height
  • FAR = 1.0 is recommended for Block G
Setbacks
  • Zero lot line, provided sufficient emergency access is available
  • Minimum front yard setback: Build-to line at street edge or back of sidewalk
  • Maximum residential yard setback: 0.5’ per foot of building height
  • Maximum commercial setback: not regulated
  • Rear yard setback and encroachments waived
Heights
  • 15’ minimum
  • 100’ maximum
  • Townhouses: 3 - 4 stories recommended
  • Multifamily: 4-7 stories recommended
 
Current Concept

Located in close proximity to the harborfront uses, the remaining undeveloped parcel of Block G currently serves as a surface parking lot.

This lot was constructed in 2006, as a temporary parking measure for marina users while Block C was developed. Since that time plans for Block C have evolved, but it is evident that the need for shared, off-peak parking remains a central and vital component to the success of the Town Center. 

Thus, it is likely that the existing surface parking lot will be transformed into a structured parking garage when the need arises. 

 
Blocks
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(approx. acres)
SUB Land Bay
Designations
Projected
Land Use
Maximum
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Density
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