3.04 Acres – Zoned C3 – HWY 81 – Enid OK

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3.04 Acres – Zoned C3 – HWY 81 – Enid OK Questions call 580-237-7174


1700 N Van Buren Enid OK

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This prime location offers 176.09’ of frontage. If you’ve been looking for a great location for Restaurant, Hotel or any other commercial property you will want to look at this location.

Legal: Lot 3 Block 2, Zaloudek North Side Addition to the city of Enid OK

Taxes: $1533 2016 taxes were and will be prorated to the day of closing.

Questions about this property call Troy 580-747-6747 or 580-237-7174 

This property is zoned C-3. 

ARTICLE D.  C-3 GENERAL COMMERCIAL

11-7D-1: GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

11-7D-2: DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS:

11-7D-3: DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS:

11-7D-4: SITE DESIGN REQUIREMENTS:

11-7D-1: GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

This commercial district is intended for the activity of personal and business services and the general retail business of the community. Persons living in the community and in the surrounding trade territory require direct and frequent access to this district. Traffic generated by uses will be primarily passenger vehicles and only those trucks and commercial vehicles required for stocking and delivery of retail goods. (Ord. 80-29, 12-16-1980, as amended)

11-7D-2: DISTRICT USE REGULATIONS:

A. Uses Permitted: Property and buildings in the C-3 general commercial district shall be used only for the following purposes:

Any use permitted in the C-1 light commercial district.

Automobile assembling, painting, upholstering, rebuilding, reconditioning, and bodywork.

Automobile sales and service.

Bakery (commercial or wholesale).

Banks, savings and loan, and finance companies.

Bars and taverns, private clubs.

Billiard and pool halls.

Bottling works.

Bowling alley.

Building, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical contractor shop.

Bus station or service.

Business schools.

Car wash.

Clothing store. 

Containers.

Dancing schools or studios.

Discount stores.

Dry cleaners or notion store.

Electrical shops.

Feed and seed store.

Florist or gift shop.

Food processing (retail on the premises).

Furniture store.

Garages (service, storage, or sales) for motor vehicles.

Glass fabrication and installation.

Grocery store.

Hardware store.

Itinerant merchant/transient vendor.

Jewelry.

Kennel.

Laundry or dyeing establishment.

Manufacture of articles sold only at retail on the premises.

Medical facilities (hospitals, clinics).

Metal fabrication, light (sheet metal, ducts, gutters, and leaders).

Miniature golf course or commercial driving range.

Ministorage, rental storage.

Mobile home sales.

Motel or hotel.

Movie theaters.

Music stores, studios.

Offices.

Optical and scientific instruments and jewelry manufacturing.

Pawnshops, secondhand, and auction stores.

Pet store.

Printing, lithographic, or publishing company.

Public garages.

Public parking lots.

Radio and television broadcasting studios.

Recreational facilities (including swimming pool).

Restaurants, drive-in restaurants.

Service stations.

Shoe store and repair.

Small animal hospitals.

Taxi service.

Taxidermist.

Television and radio repair shops.

Tourist courts and motels (for travel, camp trailers).

Transfer and storage offices.

Upholstering shops.

Weaving apparel (fabrication and processing).

Wholesale sales office and sample rooms.

B. Uses Permitted By Review: The following uses may be permitted after review in accordance with section 11-14-1 of this title:

“Adult entertainment use”, as defined in section 11-1-7 of this title.

Warehouse, commercial; provided, that the gross floor area of such warehouse shall not exceed forty percent (40%) of the total tract, lot, or parcel of land on which it is situated.

Any other similar business or service which is in keeping with the general description, and meets the conditions for authorization as specified in section 11-14-1 of this title. (Ord. 80-29, 12-16-1980, as amended; amd. Ord. 2009-19, 8-4-2009)

11-7D-3: DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS:

 The following area requirements shall apply to any property petitioned for C-3 general commercial district designation after September 15, 1987:

A. Area: The minimum lot size shall be twelve thousand (12,000) square feet.

B. Frontage: No parcel shall contain frontage of less than one hundred feet (100′), measured along the front property line. If the property abuts upon an arterial street, the lot line adjacent to, and contiguous with, the arterial street, whether it is the front lot line or not, shall not be less than one hundred feet (100′) in length. (Ord. 80-29, 12-16-1980 as amended)

11-7D-4: SITE DESIGN REQUIREMENTS:

 The following regulations shall apply to any site proposed for development after September 15, 1987. For purposes of this section, “proposed for development” shall mean the formal submission of a site development plan in compliance with chapter 11 of this title.

A. Height: No building shall exceed thirty five feet (35′) in height, measured from the mean elevation of the lot.

B. Yards:

1. Front Yard: The minimum depth of the front yard shall be twenty five feet (25′), measured from the front property line.

2. Side Yard: The minimum depth of the side yard shall be as follows:

a. Zero feet (0′), unless the lot abuts a residential or agricultural district or development, in which case the setback shall be ten feet (10′), measured from the side property line abutting the residential or agricultural district or development.

b. Twenty five feet (25′), measured from the side street property line of a corner lot.

3. Rear Yard: Minimum depth of the rear yard shall be as follows:

a. Zero feet (0′), unless the lot abuts a residential or agricultural district or development, in which case the setback shall be ten feet (10′), measured from the side property line abutting the residential or agricultural district or development.

b. Twenty five feet (25′), measured from the rear property line of a through or double frontage lot.

C. Screening And Landscaping: Property shall be landscaped and screened in accordance with chapter 11 of this title.

D. Off Street Parking; Access: All permitted uses shall contain adequate space to provide for parking, loading, and maneuvering of vehicles in accordance with chapter 12 of this title and section 11-14-6 of this title.

E. Signs: All advertising signs relating to the permitted uses shall be designed in such a manner as to be harmonious with the other design features of the site, and shall conform with chapter 13 of this title.

F. Site Plan:

1. Prior to the issuance of a building permit for any permitted use, a site plan shall be submitted and approved in accordance with chapter 11 of this title.

2. As specified in subsection 11-11-4A8 of this title, exceptions to the site plan review provisions, temporary uses are not required to comply with the site development regulations. However, all temporary uses such as, but not limited to, itinerant merchants/transient vendors, shall comply with the height and yard requirements as set forth in this article. In addition, all such temporary land uses shall provide adequate space for parking, loading, and maneuvering of vehicles; and shall comply with chapter 13 of this title, sign regulations. Itinerant merchants and transient vendors shall comply with the licensing and bonding requirements of title 3, chapter 11 of this code. (Ord. 80-29, 12-16-1980 as amended)

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