7 asn c and asn d corridor mixed use districts t he

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7. ASN-C and ASN-D Corridor Mixed-use Districts T he ASN-C and ASN-D Corridor Mixed-use Districts are centered on the blocks of Gaines Street along the north edge of the All Saints neighborhood. These are intended to be the most densely and intensively developed of the All Saints districts. The districts are established for the purpose of creating a high-intensity urban activity corridor, promoting redevelopment in a balanced mix of uses at a greater intensity than in the adjacent districts, while providing a distinct, compatible edge for those neighborhoods. Regulations and guidelines are designed to encourage pedestrian- oriented development on these blocks, complementary to and continuing the walkable urban character of the UV district to the west. In the ASN-C, -D, and UV districts, Gaines Street is envisioned as a primary local destination for living, working, shopping, and entertainment. The ASN-C Corridor Mixed-use District includes the south side of West Gaines Street between Railroad 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 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 7. G A I N E S S T R E E T ¹0 A S N - C A S N - D
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Addison TX Use facade modules with an emphasis on vertical proportions to break up continuous building frontages. Pasadena CA Above the second floor, building masses should be broken up and modulated, to reflect the scale of adjacent structures and avoid overwhelming them. A S N - C A S N - D ¹± U R B A N D E S I G N G U I D E L I N E S A L L S A I N T S 7. Avenue and S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, and the east side of Railroad Avenue between the CSX tracks and West Gaines Street. ASN-D, Corridor Mixed-use District includes the north side of W. Gaines Street between Railroad Avenue and S. Boulevard Street, and the east side of Railroad Avenue between W. Gaines Street and W. Madison Street. ASN-C and ASN-D share regulations and guidelines, and primarily differ in allowable height: five stories/75’ in ASN-C, and seven stories/100’ in ASN-D. Because Gaines Street passes through all three districts, ASN-C and -D districts share guidelines with the UV University Urban Village District. GUIDELINES Commercial uses and/or personal services are required on the ground floor of a vertical mixed-use project. In a vertical mixed-use project, residential uses are prohibited from being located on a floor below a commercial use, with the exception of lobbies and ground floor common circulation areas. LDR STANDARDS 10-283(c)(6) Preservation of historic landscape features. Landscape features identified as “character defining features” of the All Saints districts, including existing historic structures, rubble retaining walls, patriarch trees, and historic parks, shall be preserved.
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