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Corridor Mixed-Use


Corridor mixed-use place types are dedicated to auto-oriented corridors and provide a mix of medium- to high-density residential uses and various neighborhood-serving retail and service uses. Standards should ensure harmonious development adjacent to existing residential neighborhoods and building types should take into consideration shallow lots and proximity to heavily traveled streets. Buildings along corridors should generally be two to three stories with setbacks that vary along street edges and open spaces. Connections and transitions to adjacent uses should be considered.

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Building Height

Preferred Use Mix

 

Land Uses/Building Types

Density

Open Space

Preferred Block Length

Parking

Setbacks

Primary

 Complementary 

 Conditional 

 FAR 

 DU/Acre 

3 stories,
40 feet

75% Res./ 25% Non-Res.

Res.

Multifamily

Townhomes, Hotel

 

1.0

16 to 24

15%

Varies

on-street, surface

Varies

Non-Res.

Retail Commerical, Office

Civic

Institutional