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1 For Sale OLD TOWN OFFICE/RETAIL PAD SITE 9419 Main Street Manassas, VA OFFICE/RETAIL PAD SITE 8,295 SF Pad Site HIGHLIGHTS Two Existing Buildings total approx. 1,900 SF Zoned B-3; City Center Commercial Potential Uses Include: Retail Office Restaurant Multi-Family (with Special Use Permit) Located in the heart of Old Town Manassas Walk to Parking Garage, Shops, Restaurants, & Courthouse Can go up 4 stories SALE PRICE $700,000 Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change in price, or withdrawal without notice. COLEMAN RECTOR (703) CHUCK RECTOR (703) JOHN WEBER (703) Weber Rector Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc Battle Street Manassas, VA 20110

2 For Sale OLD TOWN OFFICE/RETAIL PAD SITE 9419 Main Street Manassas, VA OFFICE/RETAIL PAD SITE VRE/Amtrak Station 5 Level Parking Garage City Hall Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change in price, or withdrawal without notice. COLEMAN RECTOR (703) CHUCK RECTOR (703) JOHN WEBER (703) Weber Rector Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc Battle Street Manassas, VA 20110

3 DIVISION 13. B-3 CITY CENTER COMMERCIAL DISTRICT* *Cross references: Businesses, ch. 30. Sec B-3 city center commercial (Old Town district). (a) (b) Purpose and intent. The purpose of this district is to provide for the proper climate to attract and retain the original city center commercial, or the Old Town district. Such a district is intended to provide an attractive and successful commercial area at the scale and intensity of use compatible with the original development of the area. It is further the intent of the city council to assist in the attempt to provide pleasant retail and professional office/commercial uses along with some residential uses, at a human scale, oriented to attracting pedestrian shoppers, tourism, and local convenience. Recognizing the economic value of the existing Old Town area, it shall further be the intention of this district to encourage the retention and rehabilitation of structures and uses in the district that have historic and/or architectural significance. Similarly, new construction in this district must respect and be compatible with the overriding intent of this district. Uses permitted by right. All uses permitted by right in the B-1 and B-2 zones (sections (b) and (b)). Antique shop. Craft shop and limited associated manufacturing activities as an accessory use. Drugstore. Educational and instructional classes with a class size less than ten students per class. Restaurant, formal and informal with pedestrian carryout, but not informal with drive-through. Retail sales activities similar to those listed in this subsection. Single-family dwelling, subject to appropriate regulations of the R-2-S zone. (c) Uses permitted subject to a special use permit: Child care center. Church, chapel, synagogue, temple or other place of worship. Educational and instructional classes with a class size greater than ten students per class. ARTICLE VIII P-30

4 (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) Mixed use structures: Multifamily residential dwelling units and permitted B- 3 uses within the same structure, with no less than 90% of the first floor area of the structure being devoted to retail or office uses. (Amended ; amended 3/24/2004) Transient housing. Private, parochial or religious school. Public dancehall. Public and semipublic use. Public utility use. Theater. Wellness facility. Uses prohibited. All uses not specifically permitted are prohibited. Maximum structure height. No structure shall exceed 55 feet in height, excluding mechanical equipment, which shall be adequately screened. No other architectural features such as false facades and towers, antennas used by public and utility uses, spires and steeples shall exceed 60 feet in height from the ground. Minimum yard dimensions. (1) Front, None from any street right-of-way line. (2) Side and rear: a. None adjacent to a commercial or industrial district lot line. b. A minimum of 25 feet from any residential district lot line. However, when the structure exceeds 25 feet in height, an additional setback of one foot shall be required for that structure, for each foot in height above 25 feet, with no use or structure being located closer than 25 feet to any residential district lot line, unless adjacent to a public right-of-way. Off-street parking requirements. None required, unless specified as a condition of a special use permit. Open space and tree canopy requirements. All required open space and green areas as required by the provisions of this division shall conform to the regulations as set forth in the city DCSM, as amended. (Code 1978, ; Ord. No. O , , ; Ord. No. O , , ; Ord. No. O , , , Ord. #O , , ; Ord #O , , 3/24/2004; Ord. #O , (c)) State law references: Zoning districts, Code of Virginia, , Secs Reserved. Updated 4/24/2004 ARTICLE VIII P-31

5 DIVISION 12. B-2 NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT* *Cross references: Businesses, ch. 30. Sec B-2 neighborhood commercial. (a) (b) (c) Purpose and intent. The purpose and intent of the B-2 neighborhood commercial zone is to provide office, retail, service and institutional uses at a scale and level appropriate adjacent to a suburban residential neighborhood setting. Uses permitted by right: Automatic vending machine. Bank, savings and loan institution, employee credit union. Laundromats and establishments for receiving and distributing articles for laundry or cleaning. Professional office. Professional personal service use similar to beauty parlors, barbershops. Restaurant (formal) not offering any live entertainment. Retail sales activities conducted entirely within an enclosed building with no outside display of food or any other goods or merchandise except plants and flower. Specialty Food Shop (amended 7/27/09) Uses permitted subject to a special use permit: Aerobic and dance studio for instructional classes only. Child care center. Private, parochial or religious school. Public and semipublic use. Sale of Christmas trees. Sale of fireworks. (d) Uses prohibited. All uses not specifically permitted are prohibited, including drivein facilities, exclusive of banks. (e) Screening. To assist in the prevention of the transmission of light, noise or other deleterious effects from commercial uses into adjacent residential districts, there shall be provided within the B-2 zone continuous screening and landscape buffer a minimum of 25 feet in width along the common boundary line between the ARTICLE VIII P-30

6 (f) residential and the B district. Such screening shall conform to the design standards of the city DCSM. Maximum structure height. No structure shall be greater than 35 feet in height, excluding mechanical equipment, which shall be adequately screened. Towers and antennas used by public and utility uses shall be exempted from this section. (g) Minimum yard dimensions. Same as specified in section (h) (i) (j) Off-street parking requirements. See article VI of this chapter. Floor area. The total floor area of any one business activity or tenant shall not exceed 7,500 square feet. Open space and tree canopy requirements. See article VI and article XIII of this chapter. (Code 1978, : Ord. #O , (c); (b) Ord. # , 7/27/09) State law references: Zoning districts, Code of Virginia, , Secs Reserved. Updated 4/24/2004 9/30/2009 ARTICLE VIII P-31

7 DIVISION 11. B-1 PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS OFFICE DISTRICT* *Cross references: Businesses, ch. 30. Sec B-1 professional business office. (a) (b) (c) Purpose and intent. The B-1 professional business office zone is designed to provide office development with limited retail and institutional uses. The B-1 zone serves as a transition allowing office uses between nearby residential developments and higher intensity nonresidential uses. Uses permitted by right: Accessory uses within the same structure. Bank, savings and loan and lending institution, including drive-through windows. Establishments limited to the filling of prescriptions and sale of pharmaceutical and related medical supplies and equipment. Independent retail sales activities within existing buildings or as independent freestanding structures provided they do not exceed 20 percent of the total gross floor area of the principal office complex. Medical, dental office, and clinics without facilities for the overnight care of patients. Offices for business or professional use. Printing and copying service, not exceeding 7,500 square feet total gross floor area. Telecommunications office and support service. Uses permitted subject to a special use permit: Child care center. Church, chapel, synagogue, temple or other place of worship. Accredited educational and vocational training facility. Funeral chapel, mortuary, excluding crematory. Hospital. Private, parochial or religious school. Public use. Public utility use. Restaurants, formal. (d) Uses prohibited. All uses not specifically permitted are prohibited. ARTICLE VIII P-26

8 (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) Screening. To assist in the prevention of the transmission of light, noise or other deleterious effects from commercial uses into adjacent residential districts, there shall be provided within the B-1 zone continuous screening and landscape buffer a minimum of 25 feet in width along the common boundary line between the residential and the B district. Such screening shall conform to the design standards of the city DCSM. Maximum structure height. No structure shall be greater than 55 feet in height excluding mechanical equipment which shall be adequately screened. Towers and antennas used by public and utility uses shall be exempted from this section. Minimum yard dimensions. (1) Front, 15 feet or greater from any street right-of-way line as required in the DCSM. (2) Side and rear: a. None adjacent to a commercial or industrial district lot line. b. A minimum of 25 feet from any residential district lot line. However, when the structure exceeds 25 feet in height, an additional setback of one foot shall be required for that structure, for each foot in height above 25 feet, with no use or structure being located closer than 25 feet to any residential district lot line, unless adjacent to a public right-of-way. Off-street parking requirements. See article VI of this chapter. Open space and tree canopy requirements. See article VI and article XIII of this chapter. (Code 1978, ; Ord. No. O , , ; Ord. #O , (c)) State law references: Zoning districts, Code of Virginia, , Secs Reserved. Updated 4/24/2004 ARTICLE VIII P-27