1 720 MURDOCK ST Sedro woolley, WA FOR sale 14,500 +/- sf office building with 8,500 +/- sf unfinished basement space on /- AC Former City Hall built in 1930 Located in the Downtown Sedro Woolley core Street parking Zoned CBD: Central Business District $550, Clay Learned, CCIM, SIOR Learned Commercial, Inc. 108 Gilkey Road, Burlington, WA All info deemed reliable however verification recommended.
4 Ch Central Business Use District (CBD) Anacortes Municipal Code Page 1 of 5 Chapter CENTRAL BUSINESS USE DISTRICT (CBD) Sections: Purpose. Permitted uses. Permitted accessory uses. Conditional uses. Minimum lot size. Minimum setback requirements. Maximum density. Maximum land coverage. Maximum building height. Off-street parking requirements. Building standards. Basic design standards. Commercial Avenue street frontage Purpose. The central business district (CBD) is intended to concentrate stores, offices, financial institutions, service establishments, and other similar facilities in a centrally located area that will conveniently and adequately serve citizens of Anacortes and visitors with a complete selection of goods and services. The regulations for this district are designed to encourage the grouping and development of complementary businesses, and to discourage development of businesses or activities which would: A. Disrupt pedestrian/shopper circulation patterns; B. Create pedestrian safety hazards or nuisances; C. Lessen the attraction of the CBD as the retail trade center; D. Preclude use of significant portions of first floor store frontage for retail trade. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) Permitted uses. A. Retail stores, personal service shops, and household item repair and cleaning shops; The Anacortes Municipal Code is current through Ordinance 3026, passed July 16, 2018.
5 Ch Central Business Use District (CBD) Anacortes Municipal Code Page 2 of 5 B. Offices, financial service institutions, printing works; C. Eating and drinking establishments, bed-and-breakfast establishments, hotels, motels; D. Enclosed recreational enterprises; E. Churches, clubs, art galleries, libraries, museums, educational facilities; F. Municipal service buildings, passenger terminals, parking lots and parking structures; G. Other commercial and service uses of similar or less impact upon the district and conforming with Section , Purpose, parks; H. Multifamily above the first floor. (Ord (part), 1994) I. Commercial parking; J. Public parking; K. Private parking. (Ord (Att. A), 2010; Ord (Att. A), 2008) Permitted accessory uses. Single-family dwelling units in conjunction with and accessory to permitted uses and located within the same building as the permitted use and located above the first floor. Any uses customarily incidental to the permitted use. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) Conditional uses. A. Restaurant sidewalk use; B. Landmark buildings with any approved use, generally not permitted within the area s land use classification, which occurs or will occur in a landmark building recognized as such by the city council; C. Single-family residence, if in an existing building that was a single-family residence at some time in its past (no new single-family residences shall be constructed in this zone); D. Any retail store, or complex of retail stores, with more than fifty thousand square feet of total, combined floor area, otherwise permitted in the underlying zone. (Ord (Att. A), 2008) Minimum lot size. No minimum. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) The Anacortes Municipal Code is current through Ordinance 3026, passed July 16, 2018.
6 Ch Central Business Use District (CBD) Anacortes Municipal Code Page 3 of Minimum setback requirements. Along any property line adjoining a residentially zoned district with no intervening street or alley there shall be a setback of at least ten feet. No setback is required at other property lines. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) Maximum density. No maximum. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) Maximum land coverage. No maximum. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) Maximum building height. Fifty feet. (Ord (Att. A), 2008) Off-street parking requirements. Parking shall meet the requirements of Chapter 17.46, Parking. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord (part), 1994) Building standards. A. In order to make large new buildings compatible with the scale of existing city development, and create a pedestrian-friendly environment, the apparent size of buildings and parking areas shall be broken down to relate to human scale by the following means: B. If a building facade exceeds fifty feet in length, it shall be broken down into smaller elements by jogging the wall in or out a minimum of four feet for at least ten feet of length, or by adding an element such as a porch, recessed entry, bay window, projecting trellis or similar substantial architectural feature at least four feet deep by ten feet wide by one-story high, at intervals so that no continuous wall plane is more than fifty feet in length. C. If a building exceeds twenty feet in height, its apparent height shall be modulated wherever it is within ten feet of a sidewalk, plaza, courtyard, or similar pedestrian area, by adding shorter (twenty feet or less) building elements such as a wing of the building, arcade, trellis, lower roof overhang, horizontal projection at least two feet deep, awning, balcony or other architectural feature to reduce the apparent height to a more human scale. The Anacortes Municipal Code is current through Ordinance 3026, passed July 16, 2018.
7 Ch Central Business Use District (CBD) Anacortes Municipal Code Page 4 of 5 D. If a building wall is within twenty feet of a sidewalk, plaza, courtyard, or similar pedestrian area, it shall incorporate human-scale elements such as windows, arcades, lower roof overhangs, small-scale textural and color changes, moldings, balconies, projecting and recessed elements, doorways, landscaped areas, trellises, artwork and/or other small-scale architectural features so that people will not be walking past large blank wall surfaces. E. Primary building entrances shall be clearly visible from streets, pedestrian ways and parking areas, with recessed or covered entrance areas to protect people from the rain. Projects shall be designed to facilitate pedestrian access, with pedestrian walkways connecting building entrances to adjacent public ways in locations which provide access to pedestrian street crossings. F. Service and loading areas shall be located away from the primary parking and pedestrian areas to minimize conflicts. Dumpsters, loading platforms, storage areas, and similar functions shall be screened from direct view from pedestrian areas by attractive view-obstructing fencing or dense landscaping. G. Parking lots in this zone shall provide landscaped areas distributed throughout the parking areas, totaling not less than five percent of the parking lot area, in addition to the perimeter landscaping required by subsection (A). In order to limit impervious surface and avoid excessively large parking areas, parking lots in the CBD zone shall not exceed the minimum number of spaces required for each use under Chapter by more than ten percent. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord Att. A 13, 2002) Basic design standards. The following requirements shall apply to a building or complex of buildings exceeding fifty thousand square feet in gross floor area, because of the potential for a large structure to overwhelm and dominate this section of the city, to the detriment of existing uses and smaller businesses: A. To visually modulate the vast expanses of parking required for a large building, an added two percent of the parking lot areas shall be developed in landscaping, in addition to the basic parking lot landscaping requirement for this zone. The landscaping plan for the project must be approved by the planning commission. B. Parking shall be broken into several smaller parking lots, and buildings shall have entrances on more than one side, to reduce walking distances and to reduce the apparent expanse of the parking lots. C. To visually modulate the greater size of the building, all sides of the building shall either meet the building standards for being within twenty feet of a pedestrian area or shall be partially screened by landscaped areas not less than five feet in width, with at least one tree for each thirty feet of facade length. (Ord (Att. A), 2008; Ord Att. A 12, 2002) Commercial Avenue street frontage. The following guidelines shall apply to all new buildings in the CBD fronting on Commercial Avenue. Buildings being remodeled or renovated, and those fronting on other streets shall follow these guidelines where feasible, unless doing so would be incompatible with the historic character of the existing buildings. The Anacortes Municipal Code is current through Ordinance 3026, passed July 16, 2018.
8 Ch Central Business Use District (CBD) Anacortes Municipal Code Page 5 of 5 A. No parking lots, vehicular building entrances or loading areas, garbage or recycling containers or parking lot entrances shall be allowed on Commercial Avenue. B. All buildings fronting on Commercial Avenue in the CBD zone shall be built so that the front façade of the building is on the property line, or it may be set back up to a maximum of ten feet from the front property line if incorporating a public feature such as a sidewalk café or mini-park. C. To promote the pedestrian and retail focus of this district, the portion of all facades between two feet and ten feet above the ground floor level and facing Commercial Avenue shall be a minimum of seventy-five percent transparent glass and shall include the primary building entrance(s). D. Buildings shall be configured so that the entire front portion of the ground floor fronting on Commercial Avenue, to a minimum depth of forty feet, is suitable for retail, restaurant, or other uses serving the general public. E. To shelter pedestrians, building awnings or canopies are encouraged where appropriate. Horizontal canopy/ awning (not a fabric awning or sloping roof) extending a minimum of six feet over the Commercial Avenue sidewalk, at approximately the same height above the sidewalk as the nearest existing awnings on either side. If there are no existing canopies in that block, a height generally consistent with other canopies in the CBD may be approved. F. Windows on upper stories shall have a vertical orientation, with window height being at least one and one-half times the width. (Ord (Att. A), 2010; Ord (Att. A), 2008) The Anacortes Municipal Code is current through Ordinance 3026, passed July 16, Disclaimer: The city attorney s office has the official version of the Anacortes Municipal Code. Users should contact the city attorney s office for ordinances passed subsequent to the ordinance cited here. City Website: City Telephone: (360) Code Publishing Company The Anacortes Municipal Code is current through Ordinance 3026, passed July 16, 2018.
9 Population Executive Summary 720 Murdock St, Sedro Woolley, Washington, Prepared by Esri Rings: 5, 10, 15 mile radii Latitude: Longitude: miles 10 miles 15 miles 2000 Population 23,443 68,590 81, Population 26,885 79,372 94, Population 28,136 84,207 99, Population 29,526 88, , Annual Rate 1.38% 1.47% 1.48% Annual Rate 0.55% 0.72% 0.73% Annual Rate 0.97% 0.98% 0.99% 2018 Male Population 49.6% 49.8% 49.8% 2018 Female Population 50.4% 50.2% 50.2% 2018 Median Age In the identified area, the current year population is 99,863. In 2010, the Census count in the area was 94,068. The rate of change since 2010 was 0.73% annually. The five-year projection for the population in the area is 104,901 representing a change of 0.99% annually from 2018 to Currently, the population is 49.8% male and 50.2% female. Median Age The median age in this area is 38.0, compared to U.S. median age of Race and Ethnicity 2018 White Alone 81.4% 77.6% 79.3% 2018 Black Alone 0.8% 1.0% 0.9% 2018 American Indian/Alaska Native Alone 2.1% 1.7% 1.9% 2018 Asian Alone 1.8% 2.5% 2.3% 2018 Pacific Islander Alone 0.3% 0.3% 0.3% 2018 Other Race 9.8% 13.0% 11.4% 2018 Two or More Races 3.8% 3.9% 3.8% 2018 Hispanic Origin (Any Race) 18.1% 24.6% 21.9% Persons of Hispanic origin represent 21.9% of the population in the identified area compared to 18.3% of the U.S. population. Persons of Hispanic Origin may be of any race. The Diversity Index, which measures the probability that two people from the same area will be from different race/ethnic groups, is 58.6 in the identified area, compared to 64.3 for the U.S. as a whole. Households 2000 Households 8,499 24,821 29, Households 9,983 29,267 35, Total Households 10,399 30,759 37, Total Households 10,877 32,194 38, Annual Rate 1.62% 1.66% 1.72% Annual Rate 0.50% 0.60% 0.61% Annual Rate 0.90% 0.92% 0.93% 2018 Average Household Size The household count in this area has changed from 35,299 in 2010 to 37,114 in the current year, a change of 0.61% annually. The five-year projection of households is 38,865, a change of 0.93% annually from the current year total. Average household size is currently 2.65, compared to 2.62 in the year The number of families in the current year is 25,123 in the specified area. Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2018 and Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography. December 03, Esri Page 1 of 2
10 Median Household Income Executive Summary 720 Murdock St, Sedro Woolley, Washington, Prepared by Esri Rings: 5, 10, 15 mile radii Latitude: Longitude: miles 10 miles 15 miles 2018 Median Household Income $63,780 $62,150 $64, Median Household Income $75,270 $73,561 $76, Annual Rate 3.37% 3.43% 3.44% Average Household Income 2018 Average Household Income $77,109 $78,937 $81, Average Household Income $89,615 $92,372 $95, Annual Rate 3.05% 3.19% 3.19% Per Capita Income 2018 Per Capita Income $29,003 $29,536 $30, Per Capita Income $33,464 $34,331 $35, Annual Rate 2.90% 3.05% 3.06% Households by Income Current median household income is $64,204 in the area, compared to $58,100 for all U.S. households. Median household income is projected to be $76,036 in five years, compared to $65,727 for all U.S. households Current average household income is $81,665 in this area, compared to $83,694 for all U.S. households. Average household income is projected to be $95,541 in five years, compared to $96,109 for all U.S. households Current per capita income is $30,892 in the area, compared to the U.S. per capita income of $31,950. The per capita income is projected to be $35,925 in five years, compared to $36,530 for all U.S. households Housing 2000 Total Housing Units 8,850 26,037 31, Owner Occupied Housing Units 5,935 16,602 20, Renter Occupied Housing Units 2,564 8,219 9, Vacant Housing Units 351 1,216 2, Total Housing Units 10,722 31,286 38, Owner Occupied Housing Units 6,750 19,094 23, Renter Occupied Housing Units 3,233 10,173 11, Vacant Housing Units 739 2,019 3, Total Housing Units 11,192 32,891 40, Owner Occupied Housing Units 6,987 20,084 25, Renter Occupied Housing Units 3,412 10,675 12, Vacant Housing Units 793 2,132 3, Total Housing Units 11,703 34,343 42, Owner Occupied Housing Units 7,481 21,514 26, Renter Occupied Housing Units 3,397 10,680 12, Vacant Housing Units 826 2,149 3,434 Currently, 61.8% of the 40,469 housing units in the area are owner occupied; 29.9%, renter occupied; and 8.3% are vacant. Currently, in the U.S., 56.0% of the housing units in the area are owner occupied; 32.8% are renter occupied; and 11.2% are vacant. In 2010, there were 38,465 housing units in the area % owner occupied, 29.8% renter occupied, and 8.2% vacant. The annual rate of change in housing units since 2010 is 2.28%. Median home value in the area is $326,307, compared to a median home value of $218,492 for the U.S. In five years, median value is projected to change by 5.34% annually to $423,285. Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2018 and Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography. December 03, Esri Page 2 of 2
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