St. Petersburg waterfront plan

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Title:
St. Petersburg waterfront plan
Physical Description:
14 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Saint Petersburg (Fla.) -- Community Development Dept
Publisher:
Dept. of Community Development
Place of Publication:
St. Petersburg, Fla
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Coastal zone management -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg   ( lcsh )
Community development -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg   ( lcsh )
Urban renewal -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg   ( lcsh )
City planning -- Florida -- Saint Petersburg   ( lcsh )
Saint Petersburg (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
City of St. Petersburg, Florida, Department of Community Development, Department of Leisure Services.
General Note:
"March, 1980."

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 028039588
oclc - 53866961
System ID:
AA00024929:00001

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-Plaa e6veri; an area of 340 acres on Tampa Bay, 14h A
v*nue North to -I Ith Avenue South, including #*rea. The study, area contains almost -eight
_4a4-represents an existing public investment of


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the' xelaiioitships between the different water"'Vitim -sch as the mariha Pier and open space.
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Ive plans that meet-the objectives.

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waterfront? If "I' wwt ty*,(*)?* 40
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In selecting alternative Pler *I-ft management options, a "t of object
to evaluate which aptimis are best* fter,
tives A aad 0 were the too Alternattv" City Comcil objectives. Soft of the koy -7
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lnhaac* acteiss to beatbes and vwtee
Provide cow0exiest remot*
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,Olifiol 9 Objectiv6 oi providing conveni:'enV44 .vate rft'oqt development, nine p-Lown sites were
di ,ipand for the Alterna.tive A is between
qpave ,,, I- 'The parki ng 'sites chosen have to be d y automobile and yet have a large -parking
m a s, "Ve parking structure. The two
the- evaluation of 'arking sites are
Oe b, I dc-,,k an th I-southwest -corner of.First
01440' $"th, There are legal xestrict:Lons on
of' the Bayfto4t Center parking lot for a
'K. ver, if,"the Ie ,gal_ problem can be resolved
pplro ptJiate parki g structure sites,

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e: Area Alternative 'A is over $34
C4 t Y S 9hare is,' $3 ,3 jftillion the private Apa-prof it-corp &ra ion share' is
-will cost tht! City O"r $10.7 -milli U h"od oo cirfrexit' prices and A6 no tf efvthopor kiog -ao tranoit skstems.

',eiiiative's 'A and" B) ,O j*bo of the fdl lowlxig: Jolob art"

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A private 4eimloper can axrmW bU *W.lwW area desiwwted, for VrIvAto I 11
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IW' ev Ltire waterfront is related to four -fac
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of the management orgqpization to City Ai *.66rityj bonding authority and policy and admin&Aier 4t4ves, Ake:


Authbrd:ty has its own operational and
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r J't Cqrperation- operational and adminisaxie :def ined by management contract with
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