North 822 s martin luther king jr boulevard st

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NORTH 822 S. Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard St. Francis Street 5. ASN-A All Saints Neighborhood Infill Low Intensity District T he ASN-A, Infill/Low Intensity District generally comprises the eastern half of the All Saints neighborhood. Historically this area was characterized by a pattern of wood-frame vernacular residential structures , on small lots in a grid of narrow, tree-shaded streets. Some structures remain that exemplify and preserve the historical residential character and scale of the area. Newer structures include two-story office buildings on Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. and on All Saints Park. Recent townhouse-like live-work units as high as three and one-half stories have been developed at a higher density than the historical pattern, with traditional windows, porches and balconies. Parking is at the center of the block, as the regulations require. The intent of the ASN-A, Infill/Low Intensity District is to encourage restoration and adaptive re-use of existing structures for residential and complementary nonresidential uses, while providing incentives for ¸³ U R B A N D E S I G N G U I D E L I N E S A S N - A 5. A L L S A I N T S
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Newer development on All Saints St. Existing rubble retaining walls at the front property line shall be preserved, restored, or replaced with new construction of the same design, materials, and craft techniques as the original walls. D E S I G N R E V I E W D I S T R I C T S A L L S A I N T S A S N - A T a l l a h a s s e e - L e o n C o u n t y P l a n n i n g D e p a r t m e n t 5. G A I N E S S T R E E T ¸´ revitalization through infill development compatible with the area’s historical character and scale. GUIDELINES Many land development regulations address buildings at the scale of the historical development pattern of the ASN-A district. Most of the regulations can be applied to more intensive development like the units built in the center of the district, to bring newer development into compatibility with both the historical context and the context of the newer development. LDR STANDARDS 10-284(b)(1)a. On corner lots, new buildings shall be oriented toward the street(s) and shall follow the setbacks and building lines of existing adjoining development, with the primary facade(s) of the building facing the front lot line and/or the street side lot line. New buildings shall turn their most narrow building frontage to the principal street. All buildings shall have porches facing the principal street. 10-284(b)(1)b. Loading and service area screening. Loading and service areas, including dumpsters, shall be screened from public view by structures, opaque fences, walls, or hedges. Screening materials in the ASN-A infill/low intensity district shall be wood or hedges.
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