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RIVIERA BEACH

Marina District Master Plan

February 20, 2013

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Table of Contents
A. CONTEXT AND OVERVIEW A COLLABORATIVE PROCESS MARINA DISTRICT REDEVELOPMENT GOALS THE SITE VISION GUIDING PRINCIPLES B. SUB-DISTRICTS AND PROGRAM ZONES SUB-DISTRICTS NEWCOMB HALL BICENTENNIAL PARK BOARDWALK AND PROMENADE MARKET COURT MARINE WAY 13TH STREET GATEWAY 1 3 6 7 12 16 25 26 28 32 42 52 58 62 66 B. SUB-DISTRICTS AND PROGRAM (continued) SPANISH COURTS HEALTH AND WELLNESS CAMPUS EDUCATION AND INNOVATION CAMPUS 13TH STREET AND BROADWAY CAMPUS C. REVISED CONCEPTUAL MASTER PLAN DESIGN PRINCIPLES THE MASTER PLAN PEDESTRIAN DIAGRAMS SERVICING PHASING PARKING PUBLIC GARAGE MARINA OPERATIONS PROGRAM SUMMARY LEVERAGING PUBLIC INVESTMENT 70 74 78 83 84 85 88 90 92 98 104 108 112 116

CON T EXT AN D OVERVI E W

Mar i n a Di str i ct M a s t er Pl a n n i n g Proc es s


Building upon the rich history of community input and Riviera Beachs goals for the redevelopment of its waterfront, the Revised Conceptual Master Plan for the private partnership and collaboration between the City of Riviera Beach, its Community Redevelopment Agency, and Viking Developers, the Master Developer of the Marina District. This plan was created in an open and participatory process that engaged elected officials, other public leaders, key regional stakeholders, and local community residents. The development program and strategies were informed by detailed market research, and incorporate industry best practices as well as market-specific components designed to leverage the strengths of Riviera Beach and capitalize on site-specific opportunities. While great care has been given to the locations and configurations of uses and buildings, market conditions and specific development opportunities that are expected to arise over time as the redevelopment effort moves forward. The result is a dynamic, exciting and sustainable master plan designed to benefit the entire Riviera Beach community, and transform the Marina District into a truly unique, authentic and enduring place positioned to evolve with the growth of Palm Beach County and the South Florida region for years to come.

Marina District evolved into this final vision through a public- the plan retains the flexibility to respond to changing

a C o l l a b o r a ti ve P r o c e ss

a Collaborative Process

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a Collaborative Process

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Mar i n a Di str i ct R ed evel op m en t G oa l s


Maximize connections and public access to the waterfront, reinforcing Riviera Beachs timeless relationship with the water Create a locally authentic gathering place for Riviera Beach residents and celebrate the richness of the communitys diversity Become a dynamic, regional, mixed-use destination for Palm Beach County Leverage public investments to catalyze private investment and development Redevelop the Broadway/US-1 corridor as a valuable regional gateway to Riviera Beach, establishing pedestrian-friendly streetscapes and creating a true sense of arrival to the Marina District Become an engine of revitalization for the broader City of Riviera Beach

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Macro Site Context: Centrally Positioned


The Riviera Beach Marina District is centrally located within North Palm Beach County, close to its high value markets, and conveniently accessible by car, boat, plane, and, with the planned regional tri-rail expansion, train.
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PGA BOULEVARD

DOWNTOWN AT THE GARDENS THE GARDENS MALL LEGACY PLACE

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BLUE HERON BLVD

MILES: 6

Riviera Beach Marina District Proposed Tri-Rail Station

MANGONIA PARK 809 LAKE MANGONIA

CLEMATIS STREET

704

CITY PLACE
WORTH AVENUE

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PALM BEACH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Micro Site Context: Building on Local Strengths


The Marina District sits at the epicenter of Riviera Beachs diverse
BLUE HERON BLVD

PHIL FOSTER PARK

OCEAN MALL

economy and community, with proximity to key drivers of industry, tourism, recreation and more, positioning the project to truly unify and build upon existing local strengths.

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BROADWAY AVENUE E

NEW PORT COVE RYBOVICH LOCKHEED MARTIN VIKING VIKING VIKING G

SAILFISH

RIVIERA BEACH INDUSTRIAL PARK

15TH ST ST

PROPOSED PROPOSED ROPOSE R TRI-RAIL STATION TRI-RAIL STATI RAIL ST TI A TAT

AVENUE C

13TH STREET
12TH ST T

PEANUT ISLAND

CRUISE TERMINAL PORT OF PALM BEACH DISTRICT

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the Site: Aerial Context

Aerial View: East to West

Aerial View: West to East

the Site
16th Street

15th Street

14th Street

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12th Street

Avenue E

Bro adw ay/ US- 1

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A Vis i o n f o r th e M a r i n a D i s t r i c t
Centrally located at the heart of Palm Beach Countys robust, affluent economy, the Riviera Beach Marina District will leverage its waterfront location to create a marina-anchored, mixeduse, retail, restaurant, entertainment and recreation destination in an authentic village setting at the gateway to Peanut Island Eco-Park. Featuring a new Newcomb Hall community facility and Palm Beach Countys only permanent Public Market, the Marina District will, by its very nature, be both local and regional in appeal. Over time, it will grow into an innovation and employment center targeting medical, health, education, marine-related, and other knowledge- king to be part of the evolution of this emerging place. A refreshing alternative to many of the high-end milieus that populate the region, the Marina District will create a casual and accessible waterfront environment that is relevant to the Riviera Beach community, with its unique village scale and whimsical architecture cultivating a true sense of place by the water. It will deliver the rich, authentic experiences reminiscent of Old Florida and its coastal towns that offer a mix of eclectic, oneof-a-kind specialty businesses, eateries, and a variety of things to do, see, experience, purchase and savor. The Marina District will be an inclusive place where a diverse range of residents, employees and visitors can interact and feel at ease, all in an exciting pedestrian-friendly setting that pays tribute to the rich maritime and working waterfront history of the area. Already a regional hub for diving, fishing and other waterfront recreation activities, the Marina District will establish itself as a national destination for water-based excursions, while revamped wet-slips, boater amenities and services will secure its position as a world-class marina and the most boaterfriendly destination on the Intracoastal Waterway. These recreational users will activate the district by day, while by night the sights and sounds of dockside dining and social interaction will create the evening aura that Floridians and visitors will love. A vibrant program of weekly, monthly, seasonal and annual events and festivities will give the project a special appeal and offer opportunities to both celebrate the local community and attract a broad audience of new visitors to discover the magic of the Riviera Beach waterfront. They will return again and again, because it will feel like home.

a Vi si o n

a Vision for the Marina District

VIBRANT

RECREATION

ACCESSIBLE

DOCKSIDE DINING

INCLUSIVE

LOCAL
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WORLD-CLASS MARINA

WHIMSICAL

REGIONAL

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a Vision for the Marina District

OLD FLORIDA

GATEWAY

AUTHENTIC

PEDESTRIAN

DIVERSE

WORKING WATERFRONT

MARINE INDUSTRY

DESTINATION

CASUAL
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Guid i n g P r i n c i p l es
Guiding Principles are the targeted themes that inform the personality and programming of uses and experiences within the Marina District. Based on the projects placemaking objectives, they are a reflection of local community desires, help position and differentiate the redevelopment effort within its regional market context, and form the cornerstones of its future brand identity.

Guidin g P r i n c i p l e s

Community Gathering

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Boaters Paradise

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Arts, Culture & Entertainment

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Social Eateries, Food & Culinary Arts

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Waterfront Recreation

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Employment & Innovation

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S U B-D I ST RI CTS A ND P ROGRAM

Zo nes: Th e two F ron t D oors of the M a r i n a Di str i c t


Redevelopment of the Marina District is built around two broad and differentiated zones, the Broadway Corridor and Waterfront Village. Emanating from Riviera Beachs greatest natural advantage, the marina and waters edge, the Waterfront Village will lead the redevelopment as a vibrant destination for a diversity of food, dining, entertainment, retail and recreation experiences, and as a hub for community gathering and cultural expression. Taking advantage of the highly trafficked Broadway/US-1 thoroughfare, the Broadway Corridor will be a mixed-use (retail, commercial and residential) workplace environment; and home to both large and small businesses with a regional recruitment focus on private sector and institutional anchors.

Zone Diagram
AVENUE E NEIGHBORHOOD MAIN STREET 15TH STREET PEDESTRIAN CONNECTOR
16th Street

14th Street

13TH STREET MARINA GATEWAY

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BROADWAY CORRIDOR
Br oa dw ay / US -1

A ve n u e C

15th Street

WATERFRONT VILLAGE

BROADWAY/US-1
11th Street Avenue C

Avenue E

12TH STREET PEDESTRIAN CONNECTOR

12th Street

AVENUE C MARINA DISTRICT MAIN STREET

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S ub-Di str i c ts Over vi ew


The Marina District will be developed as a series of coordinated and interconnected sub-districts. Each subdistrict will be characterized by an individual sense of place while collaboratively contributing to the overall vision for the redevelopment. The sub-districts provide a coherent framework for visitors to navigate through the Marina District while offering rich opportunities for defining and marketing unique areas within the plan. Anchor uses will reinforce the story of each sub-district, differentiating them from one another, and serve as primary drivers of community experience, visitor traffic, commercial spending, and/or office and residential demand.

the Sub-Districts

7 1 5 8 6 3 4

1. Newcomb Hall / Bicentennial Park 2. Boardwalk and Promenade 3. Market Court 4. Marine Way 5. 13th Street Gateway 6. Spanish Courts Health and Wellness Campus 7. Education and Innovation Campus 8. 13th and Broadway Campus

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Sub-District Concepts
BICENTENNIAL PARK SPANISH COURTS HEALTH AND WELLNESS

13TH AND BROADWAY CAMPUS

MARKET COURT MARINE WAY

MARINE WAY EDUCATION AND INNOVATION CAMPUS

13TH STREET GATEWAY


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BOARDWALK AND PROMENADE

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Sub-District Concepts

SPANISH COURTS HEALTH AND WELLNESS

NEWCOMB HALL

13TH AND BROADWAY CAMPUS

MARINE WAY

MARKET COURT

BOARDWALK AND PROMENADE

EDUCATION AND INNOVATION CAMPUS

13TH STREET GATEWAY


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the New co m b Ha l l S t or y
Steeped in history, and at the heart of the Riviera Beach community since 1959, Newcomb Hall will be rebuilt and expanded as a critical anchor to the Marina District, positioned to play a pivotal role in achieving the community ownership and customer service goals of the redevelopment effort. The new Newcomb Hall will accommodate a diversity of uses that serve a variety of functions, with its role as a community meeting facility remaining paramount. The new facility will include: A grand Meeting Hall accommodating up to 400-person events (but sub-divisible for smaller events, when necessary), and with scenic 2nd floor porch views of the waterfront and Bicentennial Park A medium-sized event space on the ground floor that can open up on Bicentennial Park Smaller, flexible community spaces that can function as classroom or conference space, as needed A grand lobby, incorporating gallery space focusing on the history of Riviera Beach, or for other community exhibitions A Visitor Center to welcome customers to the Marina District and serve as a central hub for visitor information and wayfinding Retail and caf space to activate the edges of Newcomb Hall on 13th Street and the waterfront Support functions for the broader Marina District, including storage and service space for activities and events in Bicentennial Park or elsewhere, as well as a security desk An architectural expression that embodies the simplicity and grace of old Florida style buildingsan authentic image conveying civic importance and community accessibility

Newcomb Hall / Bicentennial Park


Anchor Uses and Experiences 1
th 14 St t ree
St re et

1. Newcomb Hall 2. Bicentennial Park


A. The Beach & Boardwalk
Iconic beach tower Beach and Waterfront Expanded beach zone Beach boardwalk / dunes Watersports venues Cafe / restrooms Shower tower Water Taxi (locations 1+2) Infrastructure services for events / temporary structure

Avenue

2B 2C

15

th

2A

B. The Lawn
Multi-purpose lawn Flexible performance stages Infrastructure services for events / temporary structure

C. The Grove & Promenade


15th Street promenade Grove & picnic areas Shaded Play Area Infrastructure services for events / temporary structure

D. Future Waterfront Activation


Community Pier Eco walk / marine habitat / marina expansion

3. 14th Street Drop-off

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Newcomb Hall

14th Street

13th Street

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Newcomb Hall: Architectural Precedents

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Newcomb Hall: Ground Floor

VISITOR CENTER

GALLERY

EXHIBIT SPACE

Ground Floor
Green room / park event support / storage Public restrooms Small meeting / conference rooms Visitor Center Retail and caf / restaurant Riviera Beach historical gallery / exhibit space Security desk 36
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RESTAURANT

CONFERENCE ROOMS

Newcomb Hall: Second Floor

MULTI-FUNCTIONAL MEETING HALL

COMMUNITY MEETING SPACE

Second Floor
Multi-functional meeting hall: sub-divisible; 400p max Terrace and observation point Community meeting space Kitchen and support

GALLERY

TERRACE
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Option 1: Third Floor Terrace

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Option 2: Third Floor Terrace with Office Space

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Newcomb Hall: Program Summary

NEWCOMB HALL (SF)


VISITOR CENTER GROUND 900 CAF (FUTURE) 2,700 RETAIL GENERAL MEETING OR OFFICE AREA 2,400
2 small (50 P) @ 18 sf/p

CIRCULATION BALLROOM
(lobby, corridor, prefunction, vertical circulation...)

SUPPORT
(restrooms, green room, storage, warm kitchen, management...)

TOTAL

EXTERIOR PORCH / DECK/ TERRACE SPACE 3,020

890

1,435

4,420

12,745

SECOND

1,940

5,400
1 large banquet (400 P) OR 1 small banquet (130 P) + 1 medium banquet (300 P) @ 14 sf/p

2,430

2,130

11,900

2,170

2 medium (60-70 P) @ 15 sf/p

THIRD Option 1 THIRD Option 2 TOTAL Option 1 3,000


potential office space 3,000 max

260

540
prep space for events

800

5,540

740

3,740

4,900

900

2,700

890

4,340

5,400

4,125

7,090

25,445

10,730

TOTAL Option 2

900

2,700

890

7,340

5,400

4,605

6,550

28,385

10,090

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Newcomb Hall from 13th Street at Avenue C

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the Bi ce n te n n i a l Pa rk S t or y
Bicentennial Park forms a critical public green space and active waterfront anchor to the Marina District, serving as the civic heart for community gatherings. Newcomb Hall stands prominently on the south edge of the park overlooking the water a location that provides diverse opportunities for events and functions to spill out into and leverage the adjacent park space. The park itself has three interconnected character areas. The Beach and Waterfront will be expanded into a highly activated beach with swimming, water sports, and a community pier, ensuring residents and visitors can directly access and interact with the waters edge all only steps away from the nearby restaurants and entertainment along the boardwalk. The Lawn provides a central green space for flexible event planning, accommodating a diversity of stage setups for community and regional events of various sizes. The Grove borders a pedestrian extension of 15th Street with shaded seating and picnic areas. Over time, an Eco-Habitat and rock garden will celebrate the marinas protected waterfront ecology through unique viewing and educational initiatives. Residential development on Avenue C will leverage guest views overlooking the park and beach with Peanut Island and the intracoastal beyond.

Newcomb Hall / Bicentennial Park


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New Tiki 14th Street Drop-Off

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The Grove

Bicentennial Park
Boardwalk

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The Beach & Waterfront

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Bicentennial Park: Boardwalk Concepts

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Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park Section looking South to Nor th

AVENUE C

BICENTENNIAL PARK

BOARDWALK

BEACHFRONT

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Bicentennial Park: Lawn Concepts

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Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park Section looking East to West

13TH STREET

NEW TIKI AND NEWCOMB HALL

14TH STREET

BICENTENNIAL PARK LAWN

15TH STREET PROMENADE

THE GROVE

VIKING

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Bicentennial Park: Beach Concepts

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Bicentennial Park: Grove and Promenade Concepts

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Promenade Looking to Bicentennial Park

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the Bo a r dwa l k a n d Prom en a d e S t or y


Running north to south along the water from Bicentennial Park to Marine Way, the Boardwalk and Promenade are the pedestrian heart of the Waterfront Village, characterized by an integrated diversity of social eateries and entertainment venues that leverage the waterfront setting. Active restaurants with upper level patios and smaller food vendor kiosks spill out into the public space with multiple terraces and seating choices offering unobstructed views of the marina for an unparalleled variety of priceless dockside dining experiences that will attract residents and visitors from far and wide. A dynamic Waterfront Plaza with an interactive fountain will anchor the northern end of the Boardwalk and Promenade, and will be framed by two proposed new prominant anchor restaurants. The New Tiki Restaurant will be relocated next to Bicentenntial Park and the beachfront, bordering the north side of the plaza. An architecturally unique 360-Degree Restaurant on the plazas south border will also provide a powerful visual terminus to 13th Street at the water.

Boardwalk and Promenade


Anchor Uses and Experiences
13th Street

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Newcomb Hall

Bicentennial Park

1. Waterside Eateries
A. New Tiki Restaurant (2-story) B. 360-Degree Restaurant

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C. Food vendor kiosks

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D. Terraced dockside dining venues E. Waterfront promenade shops and restaurants

2. Public Space & Amenities


A. Waterfront Plaza B. Interactive fountain C. Boardwalk D. Pedestrian promenade E. Waterfront drop-off zone

3. Marina recreational vendors / commercial boat docks / charter fishing boats

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Boardwalk and Promenade

Boardwalk and Promenade Section looking South to Nor th

COURTYARD

PROMENADE

DINING TERRACES BOARDWALK

MARINA From w c m Fr m N ew co mb H al look n g out to w ard w a t e F r om Newcomb Halll lo ok iing ou t t o wa rd s wa te r all looking u towards water okin k rds ter

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Aerial View of the Marina Waterfront

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Boardwalk and Promenade

View from Newcomb Hall Second Story Porch

View from Boardwalk at the Water front Plaza looking South


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Boardwalk and Promenade

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the M a r ke t C o u r t S t or y
The Market Court forms the core of the Marina District with a new permanent public market for Palm Beach County establishing a strong western anchor to the Waterfront Village, and a central courtyard between Avenue C and the waterfront creating another unique public space to explore. The Public Market will reinforce the positioning of the Marina District as a regional destination for the county, programmed with a diversity of local vendors proffering fresh produce, specialty foods, unique retail goods, and arts and cultural creations from the local community. Community Arts Incubator space above the Public Market will be devoted to diverse arts, cultural and educational programs and activities serving the local community. The Village Courtyard will be a beautifully landscaped public space with seating, shading and a water feature, creating a special and intimate setting for the restaurants and kiosks that surround and activate it. It also provides a pathway for visitors to flow directly from the public market to the waterfront.

Market Court
4 Anchor Uses and Experiences
Avenu eC
13 th

1B

St re

1A 1C

1. Public Market
A. Green market / specialty foods / arts market B. Upper level arts / culture / community programming Newcomb Hall C. Market plaza

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3A 3C

12th Stre et

2. Village Courtyard
A. Garden / landscape features B. Water feature

3A 3C 2 3B 3A 3B 3A

C. Outdoor programming / event space D. Retail Kiosks

3. Entertainment
A. Small shops and eateries B. Upper level terraced waterfront restaurants C. Upper level entertainment / music venues

4. Convenient market surface parking

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Market Court

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Village Courtyard Looking toward the Marina

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the M a r i n e Way St or y
South of 12th Street at the water, Marine Way is the home of marina services, marine retail, and will serve as the hub for the waterfront recreational operators whose excursions recreation destination. Convenient drop-off access and temporary parking at the water will afford visitors who come for diving and fishing excursions the ability to effortlessly load and unload their gear dockside. A new Marina Operations Facility will provide for the customer service needs and support space necessary to make the Riviera Beach Marina a first-class docking destination for boaters. Integrated Marine Industry Workshop Space will provide workshop and satellite office space for marine industry businesses that desire to locate within the marina, and will add to the diversity of marinerelated end-users who contribute to the vibrancy and character of the Marina District. Marine Retail storefronts dive shop, boat, fishing and sports retailers, as well as storefronts for the marinas waterfront recreational operators. Pubs, bars and other nightlife-oriented concepts will activate the Marine Way waterfront after dark, anchoring the south end of the Boardwalk and Promenade with destinations to unwind at the end of the day. A small extended-stay apartment/hotel on the upper level will offer convenient lodging near the water for divers, yacht crews, business visitors and others.

form an integral part of making the Marina District a regional will line 12th Street leading to the water, including a

Marine Way
Anchor Uses and Experiences 1. Marina Operations
A. Marina Operations Facility B. Dock Master office; fuel station, boater retail + cafe

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2. Anchor Restaurants & Entertainment


A. Pubs and bars B. Water-based / floating restaurant

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4. Transportation and Access


A. Dive boat / waterfront drop-off B. Water taxi (location 3) C. Mega yacht docking

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5. Extended stay residential / apartment hotel / fitness center


A. Extended stay residential / apartment hotel B. Fitness center

15th Street

14th Street

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6. Marine Vendor warehouse


A. Marine vendor support / storage
Broadw ay/US-1

12th Street

Avenue E

B. Marine industry workshop space


Avenue C

11th Street

C. Central refrigerated trash facility

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Marine Way

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Boardwalk View from Marine Way

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the 13th S tr e e t G a t eway S t or y


The 13th Street Gateway is the grand entrance to the Marina A mid-tier hotel, with prime Broadway frontage and District from the mainland, with anchor retail and office development framing this sense of arrival from Broadway/ US-1 at 13th Street, drawing people into the marina and leading them towards its dynamic waterfront. proximity to Newcomb Hall strengthens both anchors providing demand for Newcombs multi-functional space, while strengthening the hotels conference and event capacity offerings.

13th Street Gateway


Anchor Uses and Experiences
Newcomb Hall

1. Anchor retail
5 4
12 th St re et

2. Upper level hotel / housing related commercial use 3. Public Market building 4. Entrance to Newcomb Hall drop-off 5. Newcomb Hall-integrated active retail space

14

th

Str

eet

2
13th Street

6 1

6. Broadway commercial frontage / upper level flexibility 7. Hotel (function space may coordinate with Newcomb Hall)

1
16th Street

Broadway

15th Street

14th Street

13t

tr hS

eet

12th Street

Broadw ay/US-1

Avenue E

11th Street

Avenue C

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13th Street Gateway

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Newcomb Hall from 13th Street at Avenue C

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the S p a n i sh C o u r t s H ea l t h and We l l n e ss C a m p u s S t or y
The former Spanish Courts site will find new life oriented towards the health and wellness of the Riviera Beach community. As the United States population ages and the benefits of the Affordable Care Act reach underserved populations, demand for medical services will grow in the coming years. The Spanish Courts Health and Wellness Campus is designed to offer health-care related services to Riviera Beach residents and the broader region. The campus will feature senior-housing or assisted living facilities close to the health care services offered, and near the waterfront, creating a unique amenity for a dynamic new lifestyle community. The original Spanish Courts courtyard, with its towering historic tree, will be preserved as both a social and contemplative public space for future residents to enjoy.

Spanish Courts Health and Wellness Campus


Anchor Uses and Experiences
11th Stre

1. Marina public parking garage


et

2. Medical / health related office / clinic space 6 2 3. Specialty housing (senior housing / assisted living) 4. Residential courtyard

1 3

7
12t hS tree t

3 5
Br oa a dw y

5. Broadway ground floor commercial / retail 6. Office / residential parking garage 7. Public market and community arts and cultural building

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Spanish Courts Health and Wellness Campus

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12th Street Looking toward the Marina

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the E d u ca ti o n a n d I n n ova t i on C a m p u s S t or y
Throughout Palm Beach County partnerships between industry and institutions of higher education have been and development initiatives, and their associated economic development goals. The Education and Innovation Campus, located in the northwest portion of the Marina District, is well positioned to link industry with education, or marinerelated research to the ocean. The proximity to Bicentennial Park offers an attractive living proposition, and thus associated residential development campus. Additionally, a new 15th Street corridor offers an important connection for residents along Avenue E to stroll into the Marina District to enjoy Bicentennial Park and its active waterfront. forged to further job training and workforce needs, research serves as an option for students or employees of the

Education and Innovation Campus


Anchor Uses and Experiences
1 5 3 4 7 2
15th Street

1. Educational / institutional / marine industry-related office 2. Educational / institutional / employee-related housing 3. Park-view residential (mid-rise)
6

16t

hS

tree

5 1

4. Mews residential (low-rise) 5. 15th Street pedestrian connection to the park / waterfront 6. Multiuser / hotel parking garage 7. Campus parking garage

Broadway

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Education and Innovation Campus

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15th Street looking toward Bicentennial Park

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the 1 3th a n d B r o a dway C a m p u s S t or y


The southwest corner of the prominent intersection of 13th Street and Broadway offers another opportunity for a large corporate campus or office facility, as well as the potential for major regional retail anchors that desire to combine the visibility of a Broadway address with the benefits of being at the gateway to the broader Marina District and its associated vibrancy, amenities, and destination visitor potential. 12th Street serves a key east/west pedestrian connector through the campus, again linking the Marina District across Broadway to Avenue E and its surrounding neighborhoods.

13th and Broadway Campus


13th Stree t

Anchor Uses and Experiences 1. Anchor retail 2. 12th Street pedestrian connection to waterfront district 1 4 3 2
12th

14th

Stre
Broadway

et

3. Iconic gateway office building 4. Campus parking garage

Stre et
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13th and Broadway Campus

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Broadway Gateway from 13th Street

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T HE REVI SE D CON CEPT UAL MAST ER P LAN

Des i g n P r i n c i p l es
Acknowledge the Waterfront and the Broadway Corridor as two different but complimentary front doors to the Marina District Understand the large district as a series of smaller subdistricts that each have a unique set of characteristics and a personality that together celebrate the diversity of the working waterfront environment Use the sub-districts to address the different characteristics of the surrounding Broadway and waterfront contexts and highlight the development opportunities specific to each Make vibrant pedestrian-friendly streetscapes and public spaces that support and connect the marina district to the surronding neighborhoods Consider Avenue C as the Main Street of the whole district the backbone of the waterfront Find the appropriate density for each sub-district - a balance of buildings and open spaces that define an exciting and diverse public realm as it evolves over time Draw on a rich collection of relevant precedents to create an interesting and changing visual experience Foster an expanding range of uses to make the Marina District an exciting and evolving place to return to time and time again Nurture an authentic sense of place that provides the community with a dynamic gathering place to live, work, learn and play

the Master Plan: Conceptual Programming


FUTURE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

15TH STREET PEDESTRIAN LINKAGE


FUTURE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT (HOTEL)

FUTURE PICNIC GROVE / COMMUNITY PIER PARK PROMENADE

BICENTENNIAL PARK

BEACH

14TH STREET

LAWN AMPHITHEATRE DROP OFF TIKI DROPNEWCOMB OFF HALL

FUTURE ECO HABITAT / BOARDWALK


FUTURE F&B

WATER TAXI
WATERFRONT PLAZA

FUTURE MARINA

13TH STREET GATEWAY


FUTURE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT FUTURE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

FUTURE WATER TAXI

PROMENADE

BOARDWALK

ART CENTER PUBLIC MARKET

OUTDOOR MARKET

COURT

F&B F&B

PEANUT ISLAND

12TH STREET GATEWAY LINKAGE


FUTURE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC FUTURE GARAGE MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT
P
RETAIL / VENDORS

WATER TOWER PARK

F&B

DOCK MASTER WITH CAFE


DROP FUTURE OFF WATER TAXI
FUTURE F&B

MARINE INDUSTRY / VENDOR SUPPORT

MARINA OPERATIONS

PARK OUTDOOR SPACE PUBLIC SPACE

FOOD / BEVERAGE / RETAIL NEWCOMB HALL WATER TAXI


P

MARINA OPERATIONS FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PARKING

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the Master Plan: Ground Floor


EDUCATION / INSTITUTIONAL/ MARINE INDUSTRY RELATED COMMERCIAL USE COMMUNITY PIER FLOATING RESTAURANT ECO HABITAT / BOARDWALK
Br oa dw ay / US -1
16th Street

EDUCATION / INSTITUTIONAL / EMPLOYEE HOUSING


15th Street

MARINA EXPANSION
A ve n u e C

NEW TIKI
NEWCOMB HALL COMMUNITY / MULTI-FUNCTION / EXHIBIT GALLERY / VISITORS CENTER / CAFE

PARK RESIDENTIAL

HOTEL GATEWAY RETAIL

14th Street

13t

tr hS

eet

13th Street

PROMENADE AND BOARDWALK WATERFRONT DINING / RETAIL WATERFRONT VILLAGE DOCK MASTER

PUBLIC MARKET

BROADWAY COMMERCIAL / ANCHOR RETAIL


Avenue E

12th Street

RETAIL / RECREATIONAL VENDOR STOREFRONTS / NIGHTLIFE FLOATING RESTAURANT MARINA OPERATIONS


Avenue C
y / US-1

SENIOR LIVING / SPECIALTY HOUSING G

MEDICAL OFFICE / HEALTH CARE RELATED COMMERCIAL USE

11th Street

MARINA RELATED COMMERCIAL USE / VENDOR AND MARINA SUPPORT


OFFICE / COMMERCIAL CIVIC RESIDENTIAL SITE BOUNDARY

B ro a d w a

PUBLIC GARAGE

RETAIL / F&B HOTEL/HOSPITALITY

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the Master Plan: Upper Floors


EDUCATION / INSTITUTIONAL / MARINE INDUSTRY RELATED COMMERCIAL USE EDUCATION / INSTITUTIONAL / EMPLOYEE HOUSING PARK RESIDENTIAL HOTEL / HOUSING RELATED COMMERCIAL USE ARTS / CULTURE / COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL USE
Br oa dw ay / US -1
A ve n u e C

16th Street

15th Street

14th Street

13th Street

NEWCOMB HALL COMMUNITY / MULTI-FUNCTIONAL

13th Stre et

12th Street

SENIOR LIVING / SPECIALTY HOUSING


11th Street

Avenue E

DOCK MASTER CAFE

MEDICAL OFFICE / HEALTH CARE RELATED COMMERCIAL USE

Avenue C

HEALTH CLUB WITH EXTENDED STAY / APARTMENT HOTEL ABOVE MARINA OPERATIONS MARINE INDUSTRY WORKSHOP / WORK SPACE

OFFICE / COMMERCIAL RETAIL / F&B HOTEL/HOSPITALITY

CIVIC RESIDENTIAL SITE BOUNDARY

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Pedestrian Flow
16th Street

15th Street

Br oa dw ay / US -1

14th Street

13th Street

12th Street Avenue E

A ve n u e C

2
11th Street

MINUTE WAL

PEDESTRIAN ACTIVITY ZONES PEDESTRIAN GATHERING ZONES

PEDESTRIAN PATHS
PEDESTRIAN CONNECTIONS ALONG VEHICULAR STREETS

5 MINUTE WALK
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Pedestrian Areas and Access


16th Street

15th Street

Br oa dw ay / US -1

14th Street

13th Street

12th Street Avenue E

A ve n u e C

2
11th Street
y / US-1

MINUTE WALK

B ro a d w a

PEDESTRIAN ONLY AREA PEDESTRIAN DOMINANT AREA

5 MINUTE WALK

CONTROLLED VEHICULAR ACCESS

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S e r v i c i n g S tr a te g y
A district-wide strategy to provide convenient service and trash collection that can evolve with the development is the goal Vehicular access circulation along major east-west streets is planned using a combination of curbed and flush paved street design This approach allows for the Waterfront Village, east of Avenue C, to be considered primarily as a pedestrian zone A combination of large district-wide service docks and smaller trash storage areas will provide support and staging for a controlled after-hours pick-up and delivery schedule Requirements for the marina operations, recreational vendors and marine-related users are concentrated along the south Marine Way parcel bordering Cracker Boy This is a good location for high efficiency service and trash collection access with minimal impact on the core Waterfront Village blocks from 12th Street north

Ser vicing Diagram


16th Street

15th Street

14th Street

S
HOTEL / RETAIL SERVICE DOCK NEWCOMB HALL TRASH STORAGE

A ve n u e C

tr hS 13t

eet

MARKET
12th Street

WATERFRONT TRASH STORAGE

S
MARKET / RETAIL SERVICE DOCK

T
MARINA OPERATIONS

Bro adw ay/ US- 1

Avenue E

S
WATERFRONT SERVICE DOCK

11th Street

Avenue C

Service Vehicle Access Local Service Loop

District-wide service Dock

Local trash collection / storage area

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Phas i n g S tr a te g y
A series of conceptual phasing plans illustrate that the public and private development areas are closely interrelated and interdependent The initial phase public investments into Newcomb Hall, Bicentennial Park and the Boardwalk and Promenade public space will be leveraged to catalyze the first phase of private development along the waterfront Second phase public investments into the Public Market and parking garage structure at the beginning of Phase 2, provide strong anchors and traffic generators just west of Avenue C, catalyzing the private development within the core Market Court block between Avenue C and the waterfront Future development along the Broadway Corridor will follow the success of the initial phases of development within the Waterfront Village, whose vibrant environment will aid in attracting and securing the major anchor tenants targeted for development along Broadway over time

Phasing: Conceptual Diagram


16th Street

15th Street

FUTURE
BICENTENNIAL PARK

FUTURE

1
14th Street FUTURE RETAIL/ MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT

NEWCOMB HALL

NEW TIKI

tr hS 13t

eet

FUTURE
12th Street

2
PUBLIC MARKET

WATERFRONT RETAIL/RESTAURANT F&B NT MIXED-USE

MARINA (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

2
Avenue E Broadway PUBLIC GARAGE

MARINE RETAIL

MARINA OPERATIONS

FUTURE
Avenue C

11th Street S treet t

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Phasing: Phase One


16th Street

A ve n u e C

15th Street

1A

14th Street Broadway/US-1

tr hS 13t

eet

13th Street

1B

12th Street Avenue E

1A

TEMP

Avenue C

11th Street

75

150

300

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Phasing: Phase Two


16th Street

14th Street Broadway/US-1

tr hS 13t

eet

13th Street

A ve n u e C

15th Street

2C 2D 2A 2E 2F 2G 2B

12th Street Avenue E

Avenue C

11th Street

75

150 15

300

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Phasing: Phase Three


16th Street

14th Street

tr hS 13t

eet

Broadway/US-1

3A
13th Street

3B

12th Street Avenue E

Avenue C

11th Street

A ve n u e C

15th Street

75

150

300

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Phasing: Future Phases


16th Street

14th Street Broadway/US-1

tr hS 13t

eet

13th Street

12th Street Avenue E

Avenue C

11th Street

A ve n u e C

15th Street

75

150

300

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Publ i c Pa r k i n g a n d Veh i c u l a r Ac c es s
The placement of the first public garage is critical to the overall master plan vision finding a balance between providing convenient parking without compromising the maximum development potential of critical waterfront parcels as later phases of development fill in the waterfront village Early phase parking needs will be provided using surface parking lots and street parking in the immediate development areas The public parking garage will come on line to support early phases of development helping to meet overflow and higher volume demand As development parcels replace surface lots additional parking lots may be built to satisfy additional demand not met by the public garage Later phase garage construction will come on line as development parcels west of Avenue C build out over time and create higher density and increased parking demand These later phase garages will also provide a critical shared use role, offering overflow and peak demand parking for the core retail, dining and entertainment venues of the waterfront district Controlled vehicular access for drop-off and short-term parking will be provided to the waterfront village zone east of Avenue C Vehicular access and short-term parking to the marina for recreational and marina servicing purposes, i.e., dive boats, fishing charters, marina servicing etc. will be provided at the south Marine Way end in an expanded boardwalk level drop-off zone

Pa r k i n g

Parking: Phase One


16th Street

15th Street

14th Street

P
tr hS 13t eet

P
12th Street

Parking Area North Lot West Lot East Lot Southwest Lot A1 Lot 1B Lot A1 Garage Other Surface On-Street Hotel garage North Garage South Garage West Garage* Total Parking

Phase 1 Spaces 135 275 240 125 110 885

Phase 2 Spaces 135 120 70 45 40 503 52 334 1,299

Phase 3 Future Spaces Spaces 300 70 45 40 40 503 503 92 86 334 334 592 440 503 492 1,384 2,990

A ve n u e C

Bro adw ay/ US- 1

* West of Broadway

Avenue E

11th Street

Avenue C

75

150

300

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Parking: Phase Two


16th Street

15th Street

14th Street

P
tr hS 13t eet

P
12th Street

Parking Area North Lot West Lot East Lot Southwest Lot A1 Lot 1B Lot A1 Garage Other Surface On-Street Hotel garage North Garage South Garage West Garage* Total Parking

Phase 1 Spaces 135 275 240 125 110 885

Phase 2 Spaces 135 120 70 45 40 503 52 334 1,299

Phase 3 Future Spaces Spaces 300 70 45 40 40 503 503 92 86 334 334 592 440 503 492 1,384 2,990

Bro adw ay/ US- 1

P
GARAGE E

A ve n u e C

* West of Broadway

Avenue E

11th Street

Avenue C

75

150 15

300

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Parking: Phase Three


16th Street

15th Street

P
14th Street

tr hS 13t

eet

P
12th Street

Bro adw ay/ US- 1

P
GARAGE GE

Parking Area North Lot West Lot East Lot Southwest Lot A1 Lot 1B Lot A1 Garage Other Surface On-Street Hotel garage North Garage South Garage West Garage* Total Parking

Phase 1 Spaces 135 275 240 125 110 885

Phase 2 Spaces 135 120 70 45 40 503 52 334 1,299

Phase 3 Future Spaces Spaces 300 70 45 40 40 503 503 92 86 334 334 592 440 503 492 1,384 2,990

Avenue

Avenue E

* West of Broadway

11th Street

Avenue C

75

150

300

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Parking and Access Diagram


16th Street

P
15th Street

GARAGE
14th Street HOTEL DROP-OFF 14TH STREET DROP-OFF NEWCO NEWCOMB HALL DRO DROP-OFF WATERFRONT DROP-OFF

WATER TAXI 1

WATER TAXI 2

13t

t hS

t ree

P
12th Street

MARKET T
MAR MARINA OPERATIONS RINA

Parking Area North Lot West Lot East Lot Southwest Lot A1 Lot 1B Lot A1 Garage Other Surface On-Street Hotel garage North Garage South Garage West Garage* Total Parking

Phase 1 Spaces 135 275 240 125 110 885

Phase 2 Spaces 135 120 70 45 40 503 52 334 1,299

Phase 3 Future Spaces Spaces 300 70 45 40 40 503 503 92 86 334 334 592 440 503 492 1,384 2,990

P
Bro adw ay/ US- 1

Avenue E

GARAGE GE
Avenue C

WATER TAXI 3
WATERFRONT DROP-OFF

* West of Broadway

11th Street

Public Restroom Parking/Drop-off Pedestrian Access Pedestrian Circulation Parking On-Street Parking Pick-up/Drop-off
N

CRUISE TERMINAL

Gateway Entry

Water Taxi
0 75 150 300

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Publ i c Ga r a ge : Si t e L oc a t i on S t ra t eg i es
Avenue C location activates street as a new main street for the Marina District Allows for future residential and retail development on 12th Street to provide active street frontage Allows pedestrian connectivity to waterfront without using valuable waterfront land Proximity to cruise terminal for shared benefits Proximity to public market and marine industry users Provides overflow visitor, retail and restaurant parking after surface lots Acts as a southern anchor to the plan, driving pedestrian flow and traffic into the Waterfront Village Provides a buffer from the industrial character and activity of the Cracker Boy boat-yard

Public Garage
Avenue C

Newcomb Hall

13th Street

12th Street

Av en ue C
AVENUE C ENTRY EL. 0 EL. +5

GARAGE: 34,250 SF/FLOOR Ground: 91 spaces Upper: 103 spaces / floor Total: 503 spaces

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Public Garage
Avenue C 13th Street

EL. +5

EL. 0

AVENUE C ENTRY

Broadway

12th Street

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Go al s
Provide a visible and convenient marina concierge / check-in location along the promenade to orient and direct boaters to marina services This marina welcome center may be affiliated with a Ship Store retail shop Establish a central observation point for security camera monitoring of the entire marina waterfront Provide the marina director, dock master and security and operational support with appropriate space for the management of the marina Provide a central point of contact and information to connect boaters with a full selection of marine repair services and providers Establish a convenient array of boater support services for the marina users including bathrooms, showers, lounge and business center, health and fitness center, storage, trash, and parking, to ensure the best boater experience on the Intra-coastal Waterway

Mar in a Op e r a ti o n s

Marina Operations Program

SHIP STORE / BOATER CHECK-IN / MARINA SECURITY OBSERVATION

DROP-OFF

MARINA SERVICES / OPERATIONS AND SUPPORT

P- O DRO

FF

WA L UTE MIN ET (3 FE 850

K)

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MARINA PROGRAM NORTH 1. A sizeable Marina/Ship Store (private vendor), featuring articles that boaters need and items for tourists visiting the marina. Could also incorporate vending machines, ice bait, weather radar etc. 2. Boater check-in area (hotel concierge concept), likely within the Marina/Ship Store, where boaters are directed to the full-service operations facility in Marina Program South for slip rental, bill payment, and access to services. (Alternative check-in location could be at Visitor Center in Newcomb Hall.) 3. Dock-masters office. Could be located in fuel office building at the end of dock A or on a third floor near 13th Street and the promenade MARINA PROGRAM SOUTH 4. Marina restrooms, limited access by card entry as well as individual shower cabanas for single users, live-aboards and transient vessels. 5. Public rest rooms with outside access as well as inside access. 6. Laundry facilities for live-aboards and transient vessels. 7. Marina customer lounge. May be limited to cruisers and/or live-boards. May have lounge, TV, exercise equipment, business center 8. A small maintenance shop: storage for daily maintenance / cleaning materials, touch up paint, hand tools to pressure cleaners. 9. Additional covered storage for electric carts, handcarts needed by staff. This may be housed elsewhere on the property. 10. Security room / IT room for communications, fuel pump controls, electrical metering etc. for marina and marina property. Security monitors covering the entire property and security personnel. 11. Marina Directors office. 12. Book keeping office secure area for cash and accounting. 13. Training/conference room for staff meetings. Could be housed in another building and shared. 14. Break room for employees, small kitchen, tables and chairs, lockers and a changing/ employee rest room. 15. Workshop/satellite office space for marine industry businesses and services.

Marina Operations Program


BICENTENNIAL PARK
14TH STREET
WATERFRONT SHORT-TERM PARKING AND DROP-OFF

NEWCOMB HALL

NEW TIKI

NORTH SLIPS TIKI SLIPS


TOURIST INFO / WELCOME CENTER

13TH STREET
PUBLIC STAIR / ELEVATOR TOWER

FISHING / EXCURSION VENDOR DOCKS

TWO-STORY RETAIL / RESTAURANT

MARINA PROGRAM NORTH

12TH STREET

DIVE / FISHING / MARINE RETAIL / VENDOR STOREFRONTS


DOCKSIDE PARKING AND DROP-OFF

SOUTH SLIPS

DOCK MASTER FUEL STATION / BOATER RETAIL / CAFE

PARKING

DIVE BOAT VENDOR DOCKS

RESTAURANT / BAR

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Program Summary: Phased Master Plan Diagram


16th Street

Bro adw ay/ US- 1

15th Street

A ve n u e C

1A

14th Street

3A
13t h e Str et

1B 2D 2A 2C 2E 2F 2G
Avenue C

1B 2 2B

3B
12th Street

11th Street

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Broad way/U S-1

Avenue E

Development Program: Area Table


Civic ZONES PHASE Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground 2C Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Sub Total Ground Upper Total Total Units 0 0 0 0 Newcomb Hall 8,250 12,000 20,250 Public Market Arts/Cultural Space Above Public Market Marina Operations & Services TEMP . 0 0 0 TEMP . 0 0 0 0 Retail / F+B Retail / F+B 8,000 4,000 12,000 8,100 5,500 13,600 16,100 9,500 25,600 2,500 2,500 9,150 9,150 18,300 13,850 13,850 27,700 12,650 12,250 24,900 12,200 11,400 23,600 18,500 21,000 39,500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Newcomb Hall Retail/Caf 4,500 0 4,500 Health Care Office/Commercial Edu./Inst./ Marine Industry General / Commercial Hospitality Extend Stay / Apt. Hotel Hotel Residential Senior Housing Edu./ Inst./Other Housing Garage Garage TOTALS 20,750 16,000 36,750 8,100 5,500 13,600 28,850 21,500 50,350 60,800 161,200 222,000 9,150 9,150 18,300 13,850 13,850 27,700 12,650 12,250 24,900 12,200 11,400 23,600 21,000 42,000 63,000 15,000 17,500 32,500 144,650 267,350 412,000 30,675 68,000 98,675 21,000 57,000 78,000 51,675 125,000 176,675 367,022 1,254,123 1,621,145 592,197 1,667,973 2,260,170 1A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1B

Sub Total

0 8,250 12,000 20,250

2A

0 0 0 0 24,000 0 24,000

0 0 0 0 0 24,000 24,000

0 4,500 0 4,500

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 34,300 137,200 171,500

2B

WATERFRONT VILLAGE

2D 2 2E

0 0 0

2F

2G

Sub Total

0 0 0 0

0 24,000 0 24,000

0 0 24,000 24,000

0 15,000 17,500 32,500 15,000 17,500 32,500

0 2,500 21,000 23,500

3A

3B

Sub Total

Future

Sub Total

Total Square Footage

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8,250 12,000 20,250

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,000 0 24,000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24,000 24,000

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15,000 17,500 32,500

0 68,850 67,650 136,500 27,875 0 27,875 17,800 0 17,800 45,675 0 45,675 135,000 0 135,000 265,625 77,150 342,775

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 4,500 0 4,500

0 0 0 0 2,800 64,200 67,000 2,800 64,200 67,000

0 0 0 0 11,870 105,130 117,000 11,870 105,130 117,000

0 0 0 0 2,800 68,000 70,800 3,200 57,000 60,200 6,000 125,000 131,000 28,315 115,830 144,145 34,315 240,830 275,145

0 2,500 21,000 23,500

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 34,300 137,200 171,500

BROADWAY CORRIDOR

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,500 21,000 23,500 35

0 0 0 0 11,870 92,130 104,000 11,870 92,130 104,000 125

0 0 0 0 8,400 148,600 157,000 8,400 148,600 157,000 131

0 0 0 0 33,267 158,733 192,000 33,267 158,733 192,000 192

0 0 0 0 135,500 569,500 705,000 169,800 706,700 876,500 2504

Le ve r a g i n g P u bl i c I nves t m en t s
The success of the first phases of development of the Waterfront Village are critical to building the necessary momentum to ensure the long-term viability and success of the overall redevelopment effort. Early phase public investments into buildings and infrastructure are strategically located and leveraged within the plan to provide a critical mass of traffic-generating and experiential anchors to surround, stimulate and support private development. That initial success will create demand and catalyze the redevelopment of the Broadway Corridor, which will ultimately spread the revitalization effort further west into the broader city.

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