Pedestrian Commercial District. - Purpose and intent. 1. Permit areas designed to encourage and facilitate a wide array of commercial activities, including major shopping facilities with limitations on the range of uses, as appropriate for the property's access characteristics and the presence of neighboring residential uses; 2. Permit other uses generally compatible with such commercial uses; & 3. Otherwise implement this ordinance. Several of the Permitted uses are: Assisted living facility; Automatic teller machine; Automotive parking establishment: Automotive parts store; Banks & financial establishments. Commercial/Professional (CP): Intensities of use in the Commercial/Professional land use classification shall not exceed a floor to lot area ratio of 1.0. Density, as permitted within the Flexible Development Overlay District, shall not exceed 16 units per acre. Permitted uses will ultimately depend upon the zoning district of the subject parcel. Generally, three zoning districts are found in the Commercial/Professional future land use classification. Buyer's responsibility to determine if this lot will accommodate buyer's business requirements.
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