Multiple, contiguous parcels creating almost one full acre of land zoned Downtown Neighborhood Edge (mixed use) within the Rosemary Overlay District which allows increased residential density up to 40 units per acre or more. Surveys are available for this property which represents one of the last, large, unbuilt parcels in a rapidly developing downtown neighborhood. The Downtown Neighborhood Edge (DTNE) district is a mixed-use transition area typically located along the interface between residential and nonresidential neighborhoods. The desired character includes building close to and oriented towards the sidewalk especially at street corners. Development is intended to be pedestrian oriented. Residential dwellings may be single-family or multiple-family and may include mixed-use structures that provide for live-work opportunities. Residential dwellings may be built to a maximum density of 18 dwelling units per acre. A variety of nonresidential uses that contribute to the residential attributes of the adjacent residential neighborhood are allowed. Building heights shall be limited to a maximum of three stories. Building frontages include stoops, forecourts and storefronts.
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