The site located next to City Hall is in the TCCR (Town Center Commercial Residential) zoning district. Currently, without an incentive to construct a vertically integrated mixed-use building, a 5-acre site could support:
- 6 story building (up to 75 feet in height)
- 150 residential units (about 211,000 sq. ft.), and 217,000 sq. ft. of commercial space
Please note this change would provide an incentive to build a higher number of residential units rather than a higher amount of commercial presently allowed.
The City of Oldsmar's Town Center Code articulates the uses allowed in the TCCR District. The currently permitted uses are as follows:
TCCR 3.7.2. - Permitted uses.
1. Retail sales and service establishments.
2. Retail centers.
3. Transient accommodations, not to exceed 80 units per acre. Increases in density, accompanied by a Development Agreement, may be permitted subject to approval of a Countywide Plan Map amendment permitting the density increase.
4. Restaurants, except drive through.
5. Financial institutions and banks, except drive through.
6. Professional services, including medical, dental and optical offices, real estate, travel agencies, brokerage houses, office supplies.
7. Business services, including advertising, employment services, management and consulting services, and similar uses.
8. Commercial recreation including the following :
a. Health clubs and spas.
b. Movie theaters and multiplexes, except drive in.
c .Bars and nightclubs, with or without music, live or recorded
d. Amusement arcades within completely enclosed buildings.
9. Civic and assembly uses, whether public or private, including offices, libraries, galleries, performing arts theaters, museums and similar uses and associated ancillary uses.
10. Mixed use development.
11. Parking lots and parking structures, whether public or private; provided, however, that parking structures shall be of a closed construction type only and that said structures shall comply with architectural standards set forth in Article V and the accompanying Architectural and Design Pattern Book of this Code.
12. Automobile rental businesses may be permitted as an accessory use so long as that business is located within a transient accommodation use, provided that long-term parking and marked reserved spaces of rental vehicles be prohibited.
13. Transit stops.
14. Places of worship.
15. Brewpubs, provided the following standards are met:
a. No outdoor storage shall be permitted.
b. All malt, vinous, or distilled liquor production shall be within completely enclosed structures.
c. By-products or waste from the production of the malt, vinous, or distilled liquor shall be properly disposed of off-site.
d. All mechanical equipment, visible from the street or adjacent to residential uses, shall be screened using architectural features consistent with the principal structure.
(Ord. No. 2018-02, § 17, 2-6-18; Ord. No. 2018-14 , § 11, 11-6-18)