Meres Crossing Special Area Plan

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Meres Crossing Special Area Plan

Meres Crossing Special Area Plan

Client: AG Armstrong
Location: Tarpon, Springs, FL
Size: 17 acres
Service: Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:
Contact Staff: Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP
 

Genesis prepared a Special Area Application (SAP) for a subsequent Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map change on behalf of AG Armstrong. This project is a mixed-use, retail, office and residential development on Alternate US 19 adjacent to Tarpon Spring’s Downtown Redevelopment District.

This 17 acre project is will provide multiple tenant retail stores anchored by a grocery store. Over 150,000 SF of office space will be constructed.  Approximately 362 residences will be in close proximity to the office and retail uses on site.

As a potential LEED project, connections to the adjacent Pinellas Trail were carefully incorporated to encourage non-motorized travel. Stormwater was required to undergo strict quality treatment, as the Anclote River is a waterway of concern.  A baffle stormwater treatment/inflitration system was used to exceed these requirements within dense development.

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Meres Crossing Special Area Plan


Tarpon, Springs, FL

Client:

AG Armstrong

Location:

Tarpon, Springs, FL

Size:

17 acres

Service

Public & Civic Infrastructure

Highlights:

Community Planning
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
Engineering Design and Permitting
Landscape Design
Site Development Engineering
Streetscape Design

Contact Staff:

Bruce T. Kaschyk, AICP

Meres Crossing Special Area Plan

Genesis prepared a Special Area Application (SAP) for a subsequent Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map change on behalf of AG Armstrong. This project is a mixed-use, retail, office and residential development on Alternate US 19 adjacent to Tarpon Spring’s Downtown Redevelopment District.

This 17 acre project is will provide multiple tenant retail stores anchored by a grocery store. Over 150,000 SF of office space will be constructed.  Approximately 362 residences will be in close proximity to the office and retail uses on site.

As a potential LEED project, connections to the adjacent Pinellas Trail were carefully incorporated to encourage non-motorized travel. Stormwater was required to undergo strict quality treatment, as the Anclote River is a waterway of concern.  A baffle stormwater treatment/inflitration system was used to exceed these requirements within dense development.