Calling all Developers & Investors...Seller will Owner Finance with 50% down and is flexible with financing terms, The Property is located on Gulf Blvd and is just 4 blocks from Beautiful Upham Beach (St. Pete Beach) CC-2 Zoning allows for a range of Commercial & Residential development. Combined site size of 0.56 acres allows for a 40 ft building height and multi-family/vacation rental with many different options for the ground floor to include, office, commercial, restaurant, retail use. The property is in the heart of St. Pete Beach with traffic counts averaging 28,500 daily trips. Property has been rezoned and combined into one parcel by current owner to enhance development for potential buyer. Now, the parcel exceeds the 1/2 acre threshold necessary for mixed-use development and allows a wide range of uses. Owner is motivated to sell and will be looking at all offers, call today to schedule your private showing. Zoning CC-2 Frontage Gulf Blvd (two lots) 216 feet height Restriction forty (40) feet for mixed- use development projects on a minimum 1/2 acre buildable site where the CC-2 zoning permits a wide variety of commercial uses at the street level along with short term & Long term residential use above the first floor Density 12 units per acre with a wide variety of permitted uses on the street level and residential use above. FAR (Floor to Area Ratio) Permitted residential use on the second and third floors only up to a FAR of 0.90
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