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  • The sub-area is predominantly characterized by single family residential neighborhoods surrounded by moderate density areas with commercial uses along the perimeter on the mainland, and a distinct mixed commercial/residential area along the beaches to the east. These two areas are separated by the Intercoastal Waterway.There are two commercial corridors which cross the mainland areas; these are Federal Highway and Sheridan Street. The commercial areas are generally made up of low intensity structures, usually of one to two stories in height. There are some exceptions where taller office buildings and residential structures may exist.
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    • 1. Preliminary Report For Sub-Area 2
      Anna Bielawski– Tina Rose Jou– Rogelio Madan –Inna Stafeychuk
    • 2. Preliminary Report
      General Characteristics
      SWOT Analysis
      Block Level Examples
    • 3. Preliminary Report: Site
    • 4. Preliminary Report: Sub-area II
    • 5. General Characteristics
    • 6. General Characteristics
      SE 7th Street
      Boundaries
      • North: SE 7th St.
      • 7. South: Wiley St.
      • 8. East: A1A
      • 9. West: US 1
      A1A
      US1
      Wiley Street
    • 10. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      • Sheridan St.
      • 14. Hollywood Blvd.
      Sheridan Street
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 15. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US 1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 22. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US 1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 29. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      • Young Circle
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US 1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 36. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      • Young Circle
      • 43. Hollywood Beach Country Club and Gulf Resort
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US 1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 44. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      • Young Circle
      • 51. Hollywood Beach Country Club and Gulf Resort
      • 52. Hollywood Beach
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 53. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      • Young Circle
      • 60. Hollywood Beach Country Club and Gulf Resort
      • 61. Hollywood Beach
      • 62. West Lake Park
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 63. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      • Young Circle
      • 70. Hollywood Beach Country Club and Gulf Resort
      • 71. Hollywood Beach
      • 72. West Lake Park
      • 73. Schools
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 74. General Characteristics
      Boundaries
      Main Roads
      Destinations
      • Young Circle
      • 81. Hollywood Beach Country Club and Gulf Resort
      • 82. Hollywood Beach
      • 83. West Lake Park
      • 84. Schools
      • 85. Nursing Home
      Sheridan Street
      A1A
      US1
      Hollywood Boulevard
    • 86. General Characteristics
      CRA
      Beach
      Downtown
    • 88. General Characteristics
      Neighborhoods
      Downtown Hollywood
      • Young Circle
      • 89. Hollywood Beach Country Club and Gulf Resort
      Hollywood Lakes
      • Residential Uses
      • 90. Hollywood Blvd
      • 91. Hollywood Beach Gulf Course
      • 92. West Lake Park
      Hollywood Lakes
      Beach
      Downtown
    • 93. General Characteristics : Districts
      Downtown
      • Young Circle
      • 94. Arts Park
      Beach
      • Hollywood Beach
      • 95. Broadwalk
    • General Characteristics: Districts
      Hollywood Lakes
      • Multi-story & Single Family Residential
      • 96. Commercial Corridor
      • 97. Vacant Parcels
      • 98. Low-Density Motels
      • 99. Bus Stops
      • 100. Hollywood Blvd.
    • General Characteristics: Street network
      The roadway network in the sub-area generally follows a grid-iron pattern.
      There are several deviations from the network as a result of waterways, such as the Intercoastal waterway, natural features and parks, and a few modern gated or walled subdivisions.
    • 101. General Characteristics: Demographics
      Demographics
      The population density along Federal Highway was moderately high and declined toward the eastern part of the sub-area in the northern blocks (A1F6-C3I9).
      The population density of the coastal area is almost double that of Federal Highway area (blocks F6F6 vs. F6I9).
      The minority population density was highest in the blocks along Federal Highway with the highest rate being 28.8% in block A1F6.
    • 102. General Characteristics: employment
      Employment densities
      2008 Census data:
      Population of approximately 23,000
      8,000 residents were employed.
      2,720 jobs in the sub-area
      187 sub-area residents employed within the sub-area
      Jobs Per Block:
    • General Characteristics: Land use mix
      Land-use mix
      • Predominantly single family residential neighborhoods.
      • 107. There are three commercial corridors - Federal Highway, Sheridan Street, and SR A1A/Ocean Drive.
      • 108. High land use mix in the Hollywood Beach area.
      • 109. Higher Intensity uses near Young Circle
      • 110. Many recreation amenities
    • General Characteristics: BCT services
      BCT map
      North –South on US 1-
      BCT Route 1
      Sheridan St. –
      BCT Route 12
      Hollywood Blvd. –
      BCT Route 4
      Young Circle (Transfer Point)– BCT Routes 1, 4, 6,
      7, 9, and 28
    • 111. General Characteristics: Suitability
      Suitability Analysis Results
      • Pedestrian and Bike Suitability: most of the “somewhat suitable” blocks are located along Federal Highway.
      • 112. BCT Corridor Suitability: most of the “Suitable” blocks are along Federal Highway - E5F6 (Young Circle), and F6F6, and D4I9 (Hollywood Beach)
    • SWOT Analysis
    • 113. SWOT Analysis
    • 114. SWOT Analysis: Strengths
      Strengths
      • Very strong grid pattern in blocks along Federal Highway with minor exceptions due to golf club and school interruptions
      • 115. Great infrastructure along Hollywood Blvd. and Sheridan St. including safe-bike lanes
      • 116. Hollywood Blvd. serves as a landmark and gateway to the beach. It has wide sidewalks along both sides of the road and very nice landscaping
      • 117. TOD friendly parking along Young Circle
      • 118. Young Circle Area has some mixed use development present
      • 119. Promotion of activity along Young Circle encourages pedestrian traffic
      • 120. Revitalization Efforts along Young Circle have served as a resurgence of new development
      • 121. Blocks are potential TIF districts
      • 122. The CRA has continuous efforts to revitalize and redevelop major commercial corridors, such as Hollywood Blvd and Federal Highway
      Hollywood Blvd. = Gateway to the beach
    • 123. SWOT Analysis: Weakness
      Weakness
      • Street block dimensions are around 200 by 600 feet. 600 feet exceeds the dimension for a walkable neighborhood
      • 124. Federal HWY and Sheridan St are not pedestrian friendly
      • 125. Lack of connectivity between structures and uses along Federal HWY and Sheridan
      • 126. The overall land use mix is not appropriate for TOD.
      • 127. There are many underutilized parcels. Low density motels are a dominant feature along Federal HWY
      • 128. Historical Designations of the area do not support TOD development.
      • 129. Residential Densities in the area do not meet minimum requirement for 30 min. bus service
      Typical Low Density Motel along Federal HWY
      Underutilized Parcel along Sheridan St
      Historical Designations
      Hollywood City-Wide Master Plan
    • 130. SWOT Analysis: Weakness
      Weakness
      • Bus Stops along Hollywood Boulevard and Federal Highway do not have appropriate seating and rain shelters (ex. Young Circle)
      • 131. Crime/Safety is a main issue for pedestrians
      • 132. Several number of small and large commercial parcels are visually unattractive, contain insufficient parking, landscape and poor buffering from adjacent residential neighborhoods
      • 133. Gated communities cause a splintering effect on the urban fabric within residential areas
      Master Plan
      Visually Unattractive Commercial Parcels along Federal HWY
    • 134. SWOT Analysis: Opportunity
      Opportunity
      • Potential Parcels for redevelopment like the truck leasing facility along the southeast corner of Federal HWY and Sheridan
      • 135. Installation of bike lanes along Sheridan St. and Hollywood Blvd. to attract visitors
      • 136. Area is part of Regional Activity Center
      • 137. Potential for landmark bus shelters along roadways and within site
      • 138. Area supported by CRA funding
      • 139. Possibility of Affordable Housing
      • 140. Potential for more high intensity development along Young Circle
      Potential Parcel for Redevelopment
      More high intensity development along Young Circle
    • 141. SWOT Analysis: Threats
      Threats
      • Limited roadway widths pose threat to the provision of new bike lanes within low density residential area
      • 142. There are multiple regulatory agencies involved in planning (Broward MPO, FDOT, Hollywood)
      • 143. Implementation of BRT along Federal Highway required a clear unobstructed pathway and prioritizing in traffic as well increase in speed limit for buses that could put threat on pedestrian activities
      • 144. Continued recession could limit new investment and availability of funds for infrastructure
      • 145. Areas falling under historical designations have expressed interest in maintaining low density single-family housing in the future
      • 146. Location in the Coastal High-Hazard Area limits the potential for residential development along the beach areas
      Hollywood Blvd.
    • 147. SWOT Analysis: General Recommendations
    • 148. Block Level Examples
    • 149. Block Level Examples
      A1F6
      B2G7
      B2F6
      C3I9
      C3F6
      D4I9
      D4F6
      E5F6
      F6F6
    • 150. Block A1F6
      A1F6
    • 151. Block: A1F6
      General characteristics
      • Road network follows a grid-iron pattern
    • Block: A1F6
      General characteristics
      • Road network follows a grid-iron pattern
      • 152. Mostly residential: single and multifamily housing
      • 153. The highest population and minority population densities along Federal HWY
      • 154. 7070 and
      • 155. 2040 people/sq mile
      • 156. Average household income is 44.6K
    • Block: A1F6
      General characteristics
      • Road network follows a grid-iron pattern
      • 157. Mostly residential: single and multifamily housing
      • 158. The highest population and minority population densities along Federal HWY
      • 159. 7070 and
      • 160. 2040 people/sq mile
      • 161. Average household income is 44.6K
      • 162. Other land uses are commercial properties along US1, middle school and RV park
    • Block: A1F6
      Block Level Recommendation
      • Redevelop RV park- allow for TOD appropriate uses and higher density.
      • 163. Allow for shared facilities with Olsen Middle school.
      • 164. Allow TOD appropriate uses along US1 in pedestrian friendly manner.
      • 165. Provide safe pedestrian crosswalks and bus shelters along US1.
      • 166. Continue pedestrian character from Downtown on US1.
    • Block B2F6
      B2F6
    • 167. Block: B2F6
      General characteristics
      • Population density is 4920 people /sq mile
      • 168. With average household income of 68.7K
      • 169. Major street - Sheridan St., 4 lanes, raised median, and a few crosswalks.
    • Block: B2F6
      General characteristics
      • Population density is 4920 people /sq mile
      • 170. With average household income of 68.7K
      • 171. Major street - Sheridan St., 5 lanes, a few crosswalks.
      General characteristics
      • Population density is 4920 people /sq mile
      • 172. With average household income of 68.7K
      • 173. Major street - Sheridan St., 4 lanes, a few crosswalks
      • 174. Large commercial parcel on SE corner of US1 with truck leasing company and car dealership
      • 175. Higher density residential along Sheridan St.
    • Block: B2F6
      General characteristics
      • Population density is 4920 people /sq mile
      • 176. With average household income of 68.7K
      • 177. Major street - Sheridan St., 4 lanes, a few crosswalks
      • 178. Large commercial parcel on SE corner of US1 with truck leasing company and car dealership
      • 179. Higher density residential along Sheridan St.
      • 180. South Broward high school
      • 181. BCT Route 12 along Sheridan St.
    • Block: B2F6
      Block Level Recommendation
      • Redevelop NE and SE corner of US1 and Sheridan St. with higher densities into an anchor hub.
      • 182. Retrofit existing multifamily developments in order to provide commercial/mixed uses along Sheridan St.
      • 183. Provide for safe crosswalks on Sheridan St.
      • 184. Improve sidewalks along Sheridan St.
      • 185. Provide safe pedestrian crosswalks and bus shelters along US1.
      • 186. Continue pedestrian character from Downtown on US1.
    • Block B2G7
      B2G7
    • 187. Block: B2G7
      General characteristics
      • Lower population density – 2730 people/sq mile
    • Block: B2G7
      General characteristics
      • Lower population density – 2730 people/sq mile
      • 188. Gated communities on east side of the block
    • Block: B2G7
      General characteristics
      • Lower population density – 2730 people/sq mile
      • 189. Gated communities on east side of the block
      • 190. Wetlands and parks
      • 191. BCT Bus Route 12 with a few bus stops
    • Block: B2G7
      Block Level Recommendation
      • Widen the sidewalk on southern side of Sheridan St., provide night lightning, provide shade trees and place benches and rest facilities.
      • 192. Provide raised crosswalks on Sheridan St. and Ocean Club Blvd. intersection.
      • 193. Retrofit existing commercial and residential developments along Sheridan St. in order to take advantage of underutilized space.
    • Block C3F6
      C3F6
    • 194. Block: C3F6
    • 195. Block: C3F6
      Residential
      Commercial and Office
      • Retirement Community
      • 199. High School
      • 200. No commercial uses to attract pedestrian activity
      • 201. Underutilized parcels/inappropriate uses
      One BCT Bus Stop
    • 202. Block D4F6
      D4F6
    • 203. Block: D4F6
    • 204. Block: D4F6
      Residential
      • Multi-family
      • 205. Single-Family
      • 206. Different densities
      • 207. Hollywood Beach Gulf & Country Club
      Commercial and Office
      • Nursing Home
      • 208. Tenants along US 1 not highly successful due to limited demand.
      • 209. Lack of pedestrian amenities & poor streetscape.
      • 210. Buchanan & US 1
      • 211. Huge parking lot
      • 212. Potential for infill development
      Three BCT Bus Stop
    • 213. Block: C3F6 & D4F6
      Recommendations
      Provide initiatives for renovation and façade improvements to assist in the revitalization of commercial corridor.
      Create pleasurable walking experience, or create a sense of place unique to Federal Highway and neighborhoods.
    • 214. Block: C3F6 & D4F6
      Recommendations
      Potential for infill development on Buchanan & US 1
      Encourage mixed uses (higher density residential, office, and commercial).
      Continue pedestrian character from Downtown to Federal Highway in order to create pleasurable walking experience, or create a sense of place.
    • 215. Block E5F6
      E5F6
    • 216. Block: E5F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6007.20 per sq. mile
      • 217. avg. median income: $ 50,934
      • 218. grid street network
    • Block: E5F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6007.20 per sq. mile
      • 219. avg. median income: $ 50,934
      • 220. grid street network
      • 221. Federal HWY and Hollywood Blvd. are the main roads
    • Block: E5F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6007.20 per sq. mile
      • 222. avg. median income: $ 50,934
      • 223. grid street network
      • 224. Federal HWY and Hollywood Blvd. are the main roads
      • 225. block has a high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and decent BCT bus frequency
    • Block: E5F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6007.20 per sq. mile
      • 226. avg. median income: $ 50,934
      • 227. grid street network
      • 228. Federal HWY and Hollywood Blvd. are the main roads
      • 229. block has a high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and decent BCT bus frequency
      • 230. main attractions are Young Circle, Hollywood Beach Golf and Country Club and Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center
      • 231. Hollywood Elementary
      Hollywood Elementary
    • 232. Block: E5F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6007.20 per sq. mile
      • 233. avg. median income: $ 50,934
      • 234. grid street network
      • 235. Federal HWY and Hollywood Blvd. are the main roads
      • 236. block has a high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and decent BCT bus frequency
      • 237. main attractions are Young Circle, Hollywood Beach Golf and Country Club and Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center
      • 238. Hollywood Elementary
      • 239. commercial and retail areas along Young Circle and Federal HWY
    • Block: E5F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6007.20 per sq. mile
      • 240. avg. median income: $ 50,934
      • 241. grid street network
      • 242. Federal HWY and Hollywood Blvd. are the main roads
      • 243. block has a high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and decent BCT bus frequency
      • 244. main attractions are Young Circle, Hollywood Beach Golf and Country Club and Hollywood Central Performing Arts Center
      • 245. Hollywood Elementary
      • 246. commercial and Retail areas along Young Circle and Federal HWY
      • 247. the rest of the block is mostly residential
      • 248. some variety in land use mix
      • 249. block is somewhat suitable for ped-bike transit, and suitable for BCT corridor
    • Block: E5F6
      Block Level Recommendation
      • Use Young Circle as a nucleus for development
      • 250. Allow for high intensity mixed use in Young Circle area
      • 251. Develop parcels southeast of Young Circle into a Cultural Arts and Education District
      • 252. Improve existing bus stop at Young Circle by providing better seating and rain shelters
      • 253. Potential for Community Bus Hub at Young Circle
      • 254. Encourage more pedestrian activity by redeveloping commercial areas along Federal HWY to make them more accessible.
      Young
      Circle
      Culture/Education District
    • 255. Block F6F6
      F6F6
    • 256. Block: F6F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6380.72 per sq. mile
      • 257. avg. median income: $ 43, 430
      • 258. grid street network
    • Block: F6F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6380.72 per sq. mile
      • 259. avg. median income: $ 43, 430
      • 260. grid street network
      • 261. high sidewalk density
      • 262. S Federal HWY is the main road
      • 263. high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and high BCT bus frequency
    • Block: F6F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6380.72 per sq. mile
      • 264. avg. median income: $ 43, 430
      • 265. grid street network
      • 266. high sidewalk density
      • 267. S Federal HWY is the main road
      • 268. high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and high BCT bus frequency
      • 269. only 1 attraction, Jefferson Park
      • 270. commercial and retail areas along Federal HWY
    • Block: F6F6
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 6380.72 per sq. mile
      • 271. avg. median income: $ 43, 430
      • 272. grid street network
      • 273. high sidewalk density
      • 274. S Federal HWY is the main road
      • 275. high amount of BCT bus stops, high BCT ridership, and high BCT bus frequency
      • 276. only 1 attraction, Jefferson Park
      • 277. commercial and retail Areas along Federal HWY
      • 278. the rest of the block is mostly residential
      • 279. block does not have a good variety of land use mix
      • 280. block is somewhat suitable for ped-bike transit, and suitable for BCT corridor
    • Block: C3I9
      C3I9
    • 281. Block: C3I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 2261 per sq. mile
      • 282. avg. median income: $64, 932
      • 283. weaker street network
    • Block: C3I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 2261 per sq. mile
      • 284. avg. median income: $64, 932
      • 285. weaker street network
      • 286. A1A is the only major road
    • Block: C3I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 2261 per sq. mile
      • 287. avg. median income: $64, 932
      • 288. weaker street network
      • 289. A1A is the only major road
      • 290. lower sidewalk density, high bike lane density
      • 291. low BCT bus ridership and frequency
    • Block: C3I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 2261 per sq. mile
      • 292. avg. median income: $64, 932
      • 293. weaker street network
      • 294. A1A is the only major road
      • 295. lower sidewalk density, high bike lane density
      • 296. low BCT bus ridership and frequency
      • 297. The beach and the broadwalk are the main attractions
    • Block: C3I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 2261 per sq. mile
      • 298. avg. median income: $64, 932
      • 299. weaker street network
      • 300. A1A is the only major road
      • 301. low sidewalk density, High bike lane density
      • 302. low BCT bus ridership and frequency
      • 303. The beach and the broadwalk are the main attractions
      • 304. a mix of commercial and residential areas
      • 305. block is least suitable for ped-bike transit, and somewhat suitable for BCT corridor
    • Block: C3I9
      Block Level Recommendation
      • Improve pedestrian friendliness of the area by increasing sidewalk density, providing more landscaping along sidewalks and using better lighting at night
      • 306. Create more commercial pockets along the Broadwalk
      • 307. Make improvements to the aesthetic appeal of the Broadwalk through better landscaping and lighting to attract more tourists.
    • Block: D4I9
      A16
      D4I9
    • 308. Block: D4I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 3145 per sq. mile
      • 309. avg. median income: $ 78, 630
      • 310. weaker street network
    • Block: D4I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 3145 per sq. mile
      • 311. avg. median income: $ 78, 630
      • 312. weaker street network
      • 313. A1A is the only major road
    • Block: D4I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 3145 per sq. mile
      • 314. avg. median income: $ 78, 630
      • 315. weaker street network
      • 316. A1A is the only major road
      • 317. Block has low BCT bus stop ridership and frequency
      • 318. lower sidewalk density, high bike lane density
    • Block: D4I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 3145 per sq. mile
      • 319. avg. median income: $ 78, 630
      • 320. weaker street network
      • 321. A1A is the only major road
      • 322. Block has low BCT bus stop ridership and frequency
      • 323. lower sidewalk density, high bike lane density
      • 324. main attractions are the Broadwalk and the beach
    • Block: D4I9
      General Characteristics
      • population density: 3145 per sq. mile
      • 325. avg. median income: $ 78, 630
      • 326. weaker street network
      • 327. A1A is the only major road
      • 328. Block has low BCT bus stop ridership and frequency
      • 329. lower sidewalk density, high bike lane density
      • 330. main attractions are the Broadwalk and the beach
      • 331. high land use mix
      • 332. many commercial areas
      • 333. block is least suitable for ped-transit and suitable for BCT corridor
    • Block: D4I9
      Block Level Recommendation
      • Potential for Community Hub
      • 334. Pedestrian appeal of the “Broadwalk” should be enhanced through better landscaping, lighting, and building opening up to the Broadwalk. Discourage pavement and parking that faces the Broadwalk
      • 335. Improve landscaping along roadways to reduce deferred maintenance look of the area
      • 336. Increase sidewalk density
    • Sub-Area Conclusions
      • The Federal Highway corridor is the focal point of future developments in this sub-area
      • 337. Sub-Area has three potential sites for transportation hubs
      1. Block E5F6- transportation hub on East Young Circle. Young Circle is an attraction for pedestrians and a nucleus of development.
      2. Block D4I9- transportation hub along A1A will accommodate visitors to Hollywood Beach
      3. Block B2F6- transportation hub on the corner of Federal Highway with possibility of becoming a future anchor hub
      • Infrastructure improvements and investments should be prioritized for the three blocks mentioned above.
      • 338. Encourage higher density and intensity uses along
      • 339. Improve pedestrian comfort throughout the residential neighborhoods
      • 340. Retrofit excessive parking areas to allow for mix uses and encourage pedestrian activity
    • Preliminary Report
      General Characteristics
      SWOT Analysis
      Block Level Examples

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