Mixed Use Corridors
Mixed-Use Corridors are intended to provide appropriate land use intensity along intensive arterial street corridors for new development or where reinvestment is desired. With appropriate setbacks and height limitations, Mixed-Use Corridors can provide a land use buffer or transition between intensive arterial streets and less intensive single family residential uses. Corridors may include undeveloped land or existing development that is underutilized or at risk for disinvestment. Desired land uses include residential townhomes, condos, and apartments with the potential for Live/Work opportunities. Where feasible small cafes, shops, professional services or offices may be mixed with residential development, or built independently. The maximum building height for these corridors is three stories, except for the Main Street Mixed Use Corridor overlay area where up to five stories may be appropriate.