The Marian Anderson Place (MAP) site is a vacant parcel, owned by the City of Sarasota, generally bounded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Way to the north, the Seminole Gulf Railway to the east, 21st Street to the south, and to the west, the eastern boundaries of parcels on the east side of U.S. 301. The MAP site is 13.19 acres and is currently zoned Commercial Residential District (CRD). The CRD zone District allows for a mixture of uses such as retail, office, training centers, an entrepreneurial hub, mixed use projects and residential at a 25 unit per acre density. The City Commission has also indicated they will consider rezoning any part or portion of the southern 10 acres of the site to the Industrial General District (IGD) to accommodate high-tech industry and light production and assembly type uses. Job creation potential will be an important element of the review. The site is located approximately 1.5 miles north of downtown Sarasota and parallel to U.S. 301, which has undergone major improvements by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) including widening from four to six lanes, and landscaping.
Details may be found in an Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) available from DemandStar* at (800)711-1712 www.demandstar.com. Or contact Carlos Marmolejos, City of Sarasota, (941)365.2200 ext 4526, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created on May 4th, 2017 (last updated about 1 year ago)