Land for Lease C-2 on East Colonial

Vacant Land for Lease
Catylist Listing ID: 30799372
Property Subtypes: Industrial, Retail-Pad, Self Storage
Gross Land Area: 1.30 Acres
Lease Rate: $10,500 (Monthly)
$2.23 PSF (Annual)
Lease Types: NNN
Last Updated: 4/21/2022

Overview / Comments

Come see this fantastic commercial property in a perfect location currently available for lease! This cleared and paved 1.35 acre lot is a phenomenal site for any serious business owner. With a broad C-2 Zoning designation, this location can be the home of your vehicle lot, or any other C-2 heavier use. Start your business with a leg up on the competition. 50,500 cars pass by this lot each day, and with ramp access to Central Florida Greenway less than 1000 feet away, you will have access to an additional 73,000 cars. That’s over 120,000 customers driving past your property each day, making this lot the one of the most visible in East Orlando. On top of all this, University of Central Florida is only 10 minutes away. This gives you local access to recent PhD grads in a dozen in demand STEM fields if your business requires it. Please see attached C-2 Zoning Description. Envision the possibilities and contact us today to discuss your options!

Additional Details

Nearest MSA: Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford
County: Orange
Taxing Authority: Orange County
Tax ID/APN: 302224806802010
Zoning: C-2
Property Visibility: Excellent
Legal Description: SINCLAIR PARK V/50 LOTS 1 THRU 4 BLK B
Largest Nearby Street: Colonial
Feet of Frontage: 180
Traffic/Vehicle Count: 50,000
Highway Access: Direct to E. Colonial
Airports: MCO
Site Description: Level and Half paved
Area Description: East colonial near interchange - great visibility 180 x 350
Lot Frontage: 180
Lot Depth: 350
Zoning Description: C-2 -DIVISION 4. - C-2 GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT Sec. 38-851. - Intent and purpose. The C-2 general commercial district is composed of certain lands and structures used to provide for the retailing of commodities and the furnishing of several major services, selected trade shops and automotive repairs. This district will be encouraged at locations along minor arterial and major arterial roads where general commercial uses would be compatible with the surrounding neighborhood. Characteristically, this district occupies an area larger than that of the retail commercial district, serves a considerably greater population, and oers a wider range of services. This district will be promoted within the urban service area or in rural settlements where uses of this intensity are already established. The general commercial district should not be located adjacent to single-family residential zoning districts. (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 1; Ord. No. 95-16, § 23, 6-27-95) Sec. 38-852. - Permitted uses. A use shall be permitted in the C-2 district if the use is identied by the letter "P" in the use table set forth in 38-77. (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 2; Ord. No. 92-41, § 34, 12-22-92; Ord. No. 95-16, § 23, 6-27-95) Sec. 38-853. - Prohibited uses. section A use shall be prohibited in the C-2 general commercial district if the space for that use is blank in the use table set forth in section 38-77. (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 3; Ord. No. 92-41, § 35, 12-22-92; Ord. No. 95-16, § 23, 6-27-95) Sec. 38-854. - Special exceptions. (a) (b) A use shall be permitted as a special exception in the C-2 district if the use is identied by the letter "S" in the use table set forth in section 38-77. Each application for a special exception shall be accompanied by a site plan incorporating the regulations established herein. As part of the application, the site plan shall include a simple plan drawn to an appropriate scale, including legal description, lot area, site dimensions, right-of-way location and width, parking areas and number of parking spaces, proposed building location and setbacks from lot lines, total oor area proposed for any building, proposed points of access, location of signs, locations of existing easements, and a general plan of proposed landscaping. The site plan shall be submitted to and approved by the board of zoning adjustment prior to the granting of a land use and building permit. Only substantial changes will require amendment by the board of zoning adjustment. Development under the special exception shall comply with all applicable county codes and ordinances. (Ord. No. 92-41, § 36, 12-22-92) (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 4; Ord. No. 95-16, § 23, 6-27-95) 1/4 Sec. 38-855. - Performance standards.8/21/2018 Orange County, FL Code of Ordinances Performance standards are hereby established in order to assure adequate levels of light, air, building space, lot coverage and density; to maintain and enhance locally recognized values of community appearance and design; to encourage the combination of smaller parcels into functional sites; to accommodate multiple ownership of land and improvements within the development; to provide for collective ownership of common areas; to promote functional compatibility of uses; to promote the safe and ecient circulation of pedestrian and vehicular trac; and to otherwise provide for orderly site development standards in order to protect the public health, safety and general welfare. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) Floor area ratio shall not exceed three (3). Minimum lot size: Eight thousand (8,000) square feet. Minimum lot width: One hundred (100) feet on major streets as identied in Article XV, eighty (80) feet for all other streets. Corner lots shall be one hundred twenty-ve (125) feet on major streets as identied in Article XV, one hundred (100) feet for all other streets. Minimum front yard: Twenty-ve (25) feet. Minimum side yard: Five (5) feet, twenty-ve (25) feet when abutting a residential district, fteen (15) feet from a side street. Minimum rear yard: Fifteen (15) feet, twenty (20) feet when abutting a residential district. Minimum oor area: Five hundred (500) square feet. Minimum open space shall be in accordance with Chapter 24 of the Orange County Code, article II, open space regulations. (Ord. No. 92-42, § 11, 12-15-92; Ord. No. 2004-01, § 9, 2-10-04) (9) (10) Maximum building height: Fifty (50) feet, except thirty-ve (35) feet within one hundred (100) feet of any residential use or district. Landscape provisions. Landscaping, buering and open space requirements shall be as provided for in Chapter 24 of the Orange County Code. (Ord. No. 92-42, § 13, 12-15-92; Ord. No. 2004-01, § 9, 2-10-04) (11) (12) (13) Refuse or solid waste areas shall comply with the following: a. b. c. d. e. Shall not be located within any front yard; Shall not be located within any landscape buer; Shall be located at least ve (5) feet from any side or rear property line; Shall be located at least fteen (15) feet from any side street; and Disposal areas shall be screened in accordance with and otherwise comply with sections and 24-4(f), Orange County Code. Open storage areas shall have a minimum 15-foot setback from all property lines. No entrances or exits shall direct trac into adjacent residential districts 9-560 (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 5; Ord. No. 92-42, § 13, 12-15-92; Ord. No. 95-16, § 23, 6-27-95; Ord. No. 2004-01, § 9, 2-10-04; Ord. No. 2016-19 , § 16, 9-13-16) Sec. 38-856. - Sketch plan. 2/48/21/2018 Orange County, FL Code of Ordinances Developers of existing parcels evaluated for rezoning or variances that are less than the minimum frontage or area requirements shall submit a sketch plan indicating how the lot will function in meeting other criteria established in this district. (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 6) Sec. 38-857. - O-street parking and loading regulations. All requirements in article XI of this chapter for vehicle and bicycle parking shall be met, provided that a minimum of four (4) vehicle spaces will be provided regardless of building site or use. (P & Z Res., art. XI, § 7; Ord. No. 2013-08 , § 6, 3-26-13) Sec. 38-858. - Pedestrian circulation. A pedestrian circulation system shall be provided for all development within the C-2 zoning district that connects the commercial development to existing and proposed pedestrian and bicycle pathways. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) Pedestrian walkways shall be provided from the site to the surrounding streets, external sidewalks, outparcels, and transit stops. Pedestrian walkways shall be designed to provide access between parking areas and the building entrance in a coordinated and safe manner using clearly delineated pavement markings and crosswalks. Separate paths shall be provided for pedestrian and vehicular usage. Shared walkways are encouraged between adjacent commercial and oce projects. These pedestrian connections shall also be required of projects in the alternative mobility area, unless prevented by physical limitations of the site or adjacent sites. Pedestrian access shall be provided at a minimum ratio of one (1) access point for each vehicular access point, excluding ingress and egress points intended primarily for service, delivery or employee vehicles. Such pedestrian access points shall provide connections to the adjacent public sidewalk system, transit stops and outparcels. Pedestrian access points shall be located at the earliest point of o-site pedestrian walkway contact. Curb stops shall be required whenever parking facilities directly abut pedestrian walkways. Where the vehicle overhang encroaches on the walkway, such walkways, generally ve (5) feet wide, shall be (7) seven feet wide. Pedestrian walkways shall be a minimum of ve (5) feet wide and be constructed of concrete, stamped or textured concrete, asphalt, or other material as may be approved by the zoning manager. Pedestrian walkways through a parking lot or driving area shall be designated or identied by not only painted stripes, but also other material or treatment to clearly designate or identify them as such. In addition, pedestrian walkways shall be curbed wherever possible. Building perimeter crosswalks shall be designed and coordinated to move people safely to and from buildings and parking areas by identifying pedestrian crossings with signage and variations in pavement materials or markings. Pedestrian walkways shall utilize shade trees or alternative cover along the full extent of walkways from the site to the external sidewalks, outparcels, and transit stop, if a transit stop is adjacent to the site, with the exception of areas crossing driveways, parking, and other vehicular areas. Within the alternative mobility area, pedestrian-scaled lighting shall be provided along walkways that is consistent with article XVI of chapter 9, Orange County Code. 3/4 (g) Reasonable breaks in landscaping in parking areas shall be made to allow pedestrians access8/21/2018 Orange County, FL Code of Ordinances through parking areas to points of destination. (Ord. No. 98-29, § 6, 10-20-98; Ord. No. 2001-14, § 7, 6-19-01; Ord. No. 2013-08 , § 7, 3-26-13) Sec. 38-859. - Reserved.
Part of Planned Development?: Yes
In Flood Plain?: Yes
Topography: Level
Soil Type: Gravel
Available Utilities: Electric, Water, Sewer, Internet Access
Water Service: Municipal
Sewer Type: Municipal

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Demographic Statistics

Proximity: 1 mile 3 miles 5 miles
Total Population: 18,409 111,112 301,075
Median Age: 31.5 32.3 34
Households: 6,736 43,602 119,239

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