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42004210 Veterans Blvd Metairie LA Peter Lombardo amp Matthew Eaton REMAX Commercial Brokers Inc Table of Contents Overview of Property Metairie Aerial Property Aerial ID: 510697 Download Presentation

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Commercial Land Lease4200-4210 Veterans Blvd – Metairie, LA

Peter Lombardo & Matthew EatonRE/MAX Commercial Brokers, Inc.Slide2

Table of ContentsOverview of

PropertyMetairie AerialProperty AerialZoningMetairie Income Graph

Metairie Tapestry

Map

Property Traffic MapMetairie Traffic MapC-2 Zoning DescriptionC-2 Permitted UsesSlide3

Metairie AerialSlide4

Overview – 4200 Veterans AerialSlide5

Overview – 4200 VeteransAerialSlide6

General Commercial District C-2Slide7

Metairie 2012 Population/Income Metairie Income

Metairie Population by AgeSlide8

Metairie Tapestry Report Tapestry Map

DescriptionSlide9

4200 Veterans Traffic Count MapMap

Avg. Daily TrafficSlide10

Metairie Traffic MapSlide11

C2 Zoning Description This district is composed of certain land and structures used to provide for the retailing of goods and the furnishing of major services. This district characteristically occupies a larger area than the neighborhood commercial district since it is intended to serve a greater population and to offer a wider range of services. Full and complete development of all property in this district is of importance in order for the district to effectively serve its economic function. These districts are in general located along major thoroughfares and future expansion should desirably occur as an increase in depth of the district rather than further strip-like extension along the thoroughfares.

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The information provided herein, is provided as is, without warranty of any kind. RE/MAX Commercial Brokers, Inc. does not assume any liability for errors or omissions . The information contained herein has been obtained from sources that we deem reliable. No representation or warranty is made as to the accuracy thereof, and it is submitted subject to errors, omissions or other conditions, or withdrawal without notice.Slide12

C-2 Zoning Permitted Uses Page 1

In C-2 Districts only the following uses of property shall be permitted: (1) Any

use permitted in a C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District. Any existing stand-alone single-, two-, three-, or four-family residential dwelling shall be recognized as a conforming use; however, the existing stand alone single-, two-, three-, or four-family residential dwelling cannot be restored if it is destroyed beyond seventy-five (75) percent of its value or more.

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2) Adult establishment. Adult cabarets, massage parlors, and tattoo parlors provided the following criteria are met: a. The distance between any adult use and any residential district or dwelling, shall be a minimum of one thousand (1,000) feet, measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures, from the closest exterior structural wall of the adult use to the closest property line of the residential district or dwelling, whichever is greater.

b. The

distance between any two (2) adult uses shall be one thousand (1,000) feet, measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures, from the closest exterior structural wall of each business.

c. The

distance between any adult use and any existing school, child care center, church or place of worship, park or recreational area, public library, museum, or community center, shall be a minimum of one thousand (1,000) feet, measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures, from the closest exterior structural wall of the adult use to the closest property line of the school, child care center, church or place of worship, park or recreational area, public library, museum, or community center.

d. The

use shall comply with

Chapter 20

, Offenses and Miscellaneous Provisions of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances and all necessary state and parish licenses and/or permits are obtained or applied for by the applicant.

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3) Amusement

enterprises including the provision of stage entertainment, bowling alleys, skating rinks and pool rooms.

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4) Animal

hospitals and veterinary clinics are permitted subject to the provisions of Article XIX, Neighborhood Commercial District C-1,

section 40-322

(36), with the following exceptions:

a. That

the structure or structures in which the animal hospital or veterinary clinic are located may exceed twenty-five thousand (25,000) square feet in area.

b. That

outside exercise runs, yards, pens or other facilities for the care or housing of animals are permitted if located one hundred (100) feet or more from any residential district.

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5) Automobile

, trailer and farm equipment sales (new and used) need not be enclosed, but any mechanical or body repairs must be conducted within a building having no opening, other than stationary windows, within one hundred (100) feet of a residential district and provided further that all vehicles on a used car lot must be in operating condition at all times.

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6) Barrooms

, night clubs and lounges when located a minimum of two hundred (200) feet from any residential district measured along the nearest pedestrian walkway from the entrance to the residential district line. Slide13

C-2 Zoning Permitted Uses Page 2

7)Car washes provided the following criteria are met:a. Car wash structures within one hundred (100) feet of the following residential zoning districts: Suburban District (S1), Single-Family Residential District (R1A), Suburban Residential District (R1B), Rural Residential District (R1C), Rural Residential District (R1D), Manufactured Home District (R1MH), Two-Family Residential District (R2), Three- and Four-Family Residential District (RR3), Townhouses (R1TH), Condominiums (R1CO), Core District-Residential (CDR), and Multiple-Family Residential (R3), as measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures, from the closest exterior structural wall of the car wash facility to the closest lot line of the residential zoning district; shall meet the following additional criteria:

1.No

car wash structure shall be closer than fifty (50) feet to a residentially zoned lot.

2.No openings of automatic or full service car wash bays, other than stationary windows, shall face any residentially zoned lot. 3.Equipment accessory to car washes including but not limited to air compressors and vacuums, shall not be located on any side of a development abutting a residential zoning district or shall not be closer than fifty (50) feet from any residential zoning district.

b. Noise

:

1.All

regulations of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances regarding noise shall be met.

2.Two

(2) signs per car wash bay, no less than four (4) square feet in area each, informing patrons of the noise ordinance shall be conspicuously posted around the site.

3.Any

violation of

section 20-102

involving the mechanical operation of a car wash is subject to the penalties of

section 19-61

c. Outdoor

illumination shall not be aimed, directed or reflected, focused, or mounted to cause direct light from the

luminaire

to be directed toward residential uses or adjoining uses, or to create up light, spill light, or glare perceptible to person operating motor vehicles on public ways

d. Access

to car washes shall be located on a major or minor arterial, or a collector or neighborhood collector street as shown on the Jefferson Parish Thoroughfare Plan.

e. No

variances or exceptions to

section 40-522

(7) shall be permitted by the parish council, or any parish agency, board, or commission.

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8) Drive-in

theaters provided acceleration and de-acceleration lanes at least two hundred (200) feet in length are provided for the use of vehicles entering and leaving the theater and the volume of concentration of traffic will not constitute a safety hazard or unduly impede highway traffic movements and provided further that the entire lower half of the picture screen not be visible by passengers in moving vehicles within one thousand (1,000) feet of such a screen.

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9) Funeral

homes, mortuaries, and undertaking establishments.

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10) Garages

, public storage and repairs, provided all repair operations, mechanical and body, are conducted in a building having no opening other than stationary windows, within one hundred (100) feet of a residential district and, provided further, that no parts or waste material shall be stored outside the building, provided further that damaged automobiles and/or other vehicles awaiting repair must be stored in an area enclosed with a solid wood or masonry fence of such height to adequately screen the area from public view. Slide14

C-2 Zoning Permitted Uses Page 3

11) Hotels and motels.a. Site requirements. 1.

Landscaping

and buffering.

Hotels and motels shall meet the provisions set forth in section 40-474. Area regulations (a) and section 40-476. Landscape and buffer requirements of Article XXVI. Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone. 2. Setbacks. Hotels and motels shall be set back from the lot line a minimum of ten (10) feet for each floor of the building where the lot line abuts any of the following One-, Two-, Three-, or Four-family residential districts: Suburban District (S-1), Single-Family Residential District (R-1A), Suburban Residential District (R-1B), Rural Residential Districts (R-1C and R-1D), Manufactured Home District (R-1 MH), Two-Family Residential District (R-2), Three- and Four-Family Residential District (RR-3), and Townhouses (R-1 TH). The required setback shall not exceed forty (40) feet and where setback provisions set forth in other parts of the Code are in conflict with these regulations, the more restrictive shall apply.

3.

Variances

.

A. Hotels

and motels requesting a variance to the landscaping and buffering requirements specified above may apply to the Jefferson Parish Council for a variance in accordance with

section 40-480

. Site plan review of Article XXVI. Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone.

B. The

parish council and any parish board, commission, department or administrative agency shall not issue a variance to the above setback requirements.

b.

Operational

requirements.

Hotels and motels shall meet the provisions set forth in

Chapter 17.5

Hotels and Motels of the Jefferson Parish Code of Ordinances.

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12) Laundries

employing not more than ten (10) persons (exclusive of drivers or other employees who spend the greater part of their working time away from the premises).

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13) Laundries

and dry cleaning establishment (combined operations) employing not more than twenty-five (25) persons on the premises, and using only non-flammable solvents.

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14) Milk

and ice distribution stations, but not including manufacturing or bottling.

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15) Mini-storage

structure—Provided on corner lots the structure is set back twenty (20) feet from front and side lot lines abutting the streets.

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16) Trailer

parks

.

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17) Off-track

wagering facilities licensed by the state of Louisiana provided the following criteria are met:

a. The

distance between any off-track wagering facility and any existing residential zoning district or dwelling, school, child care center, church or place of worship, park or recreational area, or museum, community center or public library shall be a minimum of five hundred (500) feet, measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures, from the closest exterior structural wall of the off-track wagering facility to the closest property line of the residential zoning district or dwelling, school, child care center, church or place of worship, park or recreational area, or museum, community center or public library.

b. The

facility shall be subject to the landscape, buffer and general design standards of Article XXV, Mixed-Use Corridor District,

section 40-446

and

40-447

. If the site is overlaid with the Commercial Parkway Overlay Zone, the MUCD standards shall prevail. Slide15

C-2 Zoning Permitted Uses Page 4

c. Primary access to the off-track wagering facility shall be located on a major or minor arterial as shown on the Jefferson Parish Thoroughfare Plan. Secondary access may be located on a collector street if the access is located within two hundred (200) feet of the street providing primary access to the site, measured in a straight line from the lot line at the primary street frontage, along the lot line where the secondary access is proposed. d. Parking

shall be provided as required in Article XXXV, Off-street Parking and Loading Regulations.

e. The

facility shall be approved as a special permitted use as per Article XL, Special Permitted Uses with the exception of section 40-764, Renewal of Special Permitted Use. (18) Offices.(19) Printing, and publishing with printing, provided the following criteria are met:a. Gross

floor area shall not exceed ten thousand (10,000) square feet.

b. The

maximum web or sheet size of any printing press shall be under forty (40) inches.

c. No

more than one (1) company vehicle shall be stored on the site.

d. One

(1) off-street loading space shall be provided for each seven thousand five hundred (7,500) square feet or fraction thereof; and if located on a side abutting a residential zoning district or use, the loading space shall be screened by an opaque wood, masonry, or brick fence a minimum of seven (7) feet high.

e. All

operations shall take place completely within a building.

f. No

outside display or storage of materials shall be allowed.

g. The

use shall comply with the parish noise ordinance and with the parish fire prevention code and parish building code for hazardous material usage and storage.

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20) Radio

and television studios and broadcasting stations.

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21) Retail

stores and establishments.

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22) Stables

, private or public.Slide16

C-2 Zoning Permitted Uses Page 5

23) Trade service and repair establishments, employing not more than ten (10) persons on the premises exclusive of routemen, drivers and other employees who spend the greater part of their working time away from the premises, to include printing, electrical, plumbing, bicycle repair, television, radio and appliance repair and other similar services, and provided further all parts and waste material be stored in an area enclosed within a solid wood or masonry fence of such height as to adequately screen the area from public view.

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24) Similar

uses, accessory buildings, warehouses, and uses customarily pertinent to the above uses when located on the same lot and provided that articles or materials are not stored in open area outside the building unless the area is enclosed within a solid fence of such height to adequately screen the area from public view. (25) Multiple dwelling units only above the ground floor provided the following criteria are met:a. All structures shall be comprised of thirty (30) or more dwelling unitsb. Non-residential

uses permitted in this article shall comprise a minimum of fifty (50) percent of the ground floor of the structure. For the purpose of this provision, uses or areas accessory to the dwelling units exclusively for the use of the residents of the dwellings and located in the structure, such as lobby, management office, mail or laundry room, multipurpose room, health club, or parking shall be considered as residential uses.

c. At

least one (1) main entrance shall provide direct public access to the ground floor non-residential uses.

d. Except

as provided in the bulk plane and yard requirements below for exceptions to the maximum height allowed by right, any portion of the building that contains any dwelling units shall be located a minimum of three (3) feet from the side and rear lot lines except where the lot abuts a residential zoning district in which case the more restrictive side and rear yard requirements of this article shall apply. Slide17

Thank You!Matthew EatonPeter Lombardo

RE/MAX Commercial Brokers, Inc.3331 Severn Avenue, Suite 200Metairie, LA 70002504-838-0001www.nolacommercial.com

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