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Prime development parcels on the Bangor Maine waterfront ready for development

Prime development parcels on the Bangor Maine waterfront ready for development

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    • Prime Waterfront Sites Ready for Private Development! The City of Bangor invites your interest by contacting its Department of Community & Economic Development (207) 992-4240
    • This is an unbeatable development opportunity. The City of Bangor has six parcels ranging in size from .38 to 7.19 acres available for private development. These parcels are surrounded by eighteen acres of public space including a waterfront walkway, performance venues and a twelve acre riverfront park. Prime Waterfront Sites Ready for Private Development! The City of Bangor invites your interest by contacting its Department of Community & Economic Development (207) 992-4240 Page
    • Waterfront Development Parcels Page
    • Prime Waterfront Sites Ready for Private Development! Permitted uses. The following uses are permitted in this district: (1)Any business office or professional office. (2)Hotel, inn, conference or convention center. (3)Entertainment or recreation facilities to include museums, theaters, exposition halls or art galleries. (4)Eating and drinking establishments. (5) Any other retail or service business (except those referred to under Subsection D below) conducted within a building with no goods or materials displayed or stored outdoors, except goods or materials of a seasonal nature displayed for retail sale, with outdoor display area limited to 1% of the gross floor area devoted to said business within the building, but specifically excluding sales, leasing or service of automobiles and other equipment or machinery. (6)Residential use. (7)Places of worship. (8)Passenger intermodal facilities and public service uses. (9)Clinic, medical or dental. (10)Accessory uses on the same lot and customarily incidental to and subordinate to the above uses and those permitted as conditional uses. Conditional uses. Subject to Planning Board approval, the following uses may be permitted in this district: (1)Marine-related commercial uses, to include boat sales and service, docking and service, boat rental, tour boat and fishing services and other aquatic activities requiring access to the river, provided that: (a)Such uses are located within 250 feet of mean high water on the Penobscot River. (b)Such uses will create no noxious odors or excessive noise (above 65 decibels dBA) detectable at the property line. ©Such uses meet the following site development standards: those for permitted uses in Subsection C above, except that no building shall exceed a maximum height of 35 feet, and accessory use docks, slips, walkways and boat-handling equipment may be located within 50 feet of mean high water. (2)Hotel, in excess of 65 feet in height, provided that: (a)Such facility will not be located within 250 feet of mean high water on the Penobscot River. (b)Such facility will be not more than 100 feet in height. (3)Commercial establishments that provide for craftsmen, artisans and others to craft, prepare, package and sell their products, provided that: (a)The activity shall not create obnoxious odors or noise levels in excess of 65 dBA day time (7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.) or 50 dBA nighttime measured at the property line. (b)The use shall be limited to 15,000 square feet in floor area. Proposed uses should be compatible with the City’s Waterfront Master Plan and the Waterfront District (WDD) as defined in the City of Bangor Land Development Code § 165-94. Page
    • Waterfront Development Parcels Parcel #3 Parcel #2 Parcel #1 Front Street Development Page
    • Front Street Development Parcel #1 Page Parcel #1 is 16,650 SF, .38 AC
    • Front Street Development Parcel #1 Page Front Street Parcel 1 Disposition Plan
    • Front Street Development Parcel #1 Page Disposition Plan
    • Front Street Development Parcel #2 Page Parcel #2 is 27,348 SF, .63 AC
    • Front Street Development Parcel #2 Disposition Plan Page
    • Front Street Development Parcel #3 Page Parcel #3 is 17,095 SF, .39 AC
    • Front Street Development Parcel #3 Disposition Plan Page
    • Front Street Parcels #2 & #3 Disposition Plan Page Front Street Development
    • Main Street Development Area 313,034 SF, 7.19 AC Main Street Development Page Main Street Development
    • Main Street Development Site Page
    • Page Main Street Disposition Plan Main Street Development Site
    • Summer Street Parcel 48,145 SF, 1.11 AC Summer Street Development Parcel Page Summer Street Development Site
    • Page Summer Street Development Parcel
    • Summer Street Lot Disposition Plan Page Summer Street Development Parcel
    • Round House Lot Development Parcel Page Round House Lot 206,046 SF, 4.7 AC
    • Round House Development Parcel Page
    • Round House Development Parcel Page Round House Lot Disposition Plan