On January 4, 2011, the City Commission approved the SRAC-SA Zoning Ordinance and SRAC-SA: Illustrations of Design Standards on second reading.
This was accomplished through the provisions of the South Andrews Avenue Master Plan, accepted by the City Commission on May 18, 2004 for the study area consisting of properties located on both sides of a mile-long stretch of South Andrews Avenue that extends from the Tarpon River (north) to State Road 84 (south).
The adopted ordinance and SRAC-SA: Illustrations of Design Standards serves as a guide for development projects that will achieve the goals and vision of the South Andrews Avenue Master Plan. It details the potential of the area to create an active urban setting offering a variety and mix of uses including housing, shopping, employment and entertainment.
The adoption of the SRAC-SA Zoning Ordinance and the SRAC-SA: Illustrations of Design Standards also allows for adaptive reuse of existing buildings in an effort to recognize this area’s past as the urban center of downtown Fort Lauderdale while permitting changes of use to further the goals of master plan.
The Department of Sustainable Development would like to acknowledge the work of both the public and private sectors involved with this effort.
SRAC-SA: Illustrations of Design Standards
Link to SRAC-SA Zoning Ordinance
South Andrews Avenue Master Plan & Development Guide
The complete South Andrews Avenue Master Plan & Development Guide is presented below. The document has been divided by sections to make it easier to download and view.
- Executive Summary I
- Background and Existing Conditions II
- The Public Planning Process III
- The Charrette Plan IV
- Development Program V
- Implementation VI
- Future Considerations VII
- The Community Image Survey
- Student Generation Rates
- Broward County Student Generation Rates
- Master Plan Enrollment Projections
- Charrette Invitation E-1
- Charrette “Frequently Asked Questions” Handout
- Stakeholder Interview Questionnaire pdf
- Back Cover