Downtown Bradenton Mixed-Use Development Site
|Catylist Listing ID:
Hospitality, Multi-Family, Office, Retail
|Gross Land Area:
||$1,153,846 Per Acre
|Adjacent Parcels Available:
||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
This incredible 1.95+/- acre downtown development site (subject to ROW vacation) centrally located between U.S. 41, Business 41, Manatee Avenue West and the banks of the Manatee River. You can't get more centrally located than that with potential views of the beautiful Manatee River. The site is a short walk to the acclaimed Bradenton Riverwalk, Old Main Street's restaurants and bars, The Bishop Museum, The Manatee Performing Arts Center and other downtown amenities.
The site is zoned T-6, Urban Core which is the most intense designation in the City of Bradenton's form-based code, allowing for a base density of 60 units/acre (up to 200 units/acre subject to City Council approval), max height of 8 stories (up to 20 stories with height bonuses), and the greatest variety of uses. There is a 40' wide right-of way running through the property that was previously vacated for the current owner's development plans. However the vacation is plan-specific and must be reapplied for with new development plans.
Attachments & Media
||City of Bradenton
||T-6, URBAN CORE
|Property Located Between:
||Business 41 (9th Street West) & 3rd Avenue West
|Largest Nearby Street:
||Business 41 (9th Street West)
||Located in the heart of the Downtown Bradenton Central Business District between U.S. 41, Business 41, Manatee Avenue West and the banks of the Manatee River.
The development site is located very close to many large employers including Manatee Memorial Hospital, Manatee County Government, Sunz Insurance and Tropicana among others. Also located immediately adjacent to the Manatee County Central Energy Chiller plant which has excess capacity that could benefit a large-scale project on this site. This $12 Million plant offers a more energy efficient way to provide cold-water energy to air condition buildings.
In the past year, downtown Bradenton has seen significant private and public investment, including the $22-million Marriott SpringHill Suites hotel and rooftop bar operated by Oak & Stone, the city’s new $12.5-million 500-space parking garage, the $4.5-million Twin Dolphin Marina expansion and renovation, the $12-million South Florida Museum expansion/renovation project and a $6-million streetscaping project on Old Main Street.
||Base density of 60 units/acre (up to 200 units/acre subject to City Council approval) and max height of 8 stories (up to 20 stories with height bonuses)
Most allowable uses in the Form-Based Code
||Electric Lines, Ingress/Egress, Utilities
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