City of Olivette, MO
St. Louis County
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[R.O. 2008 §280.062; Ord. No. 2521 §2, 7-22-2014]
A. 
The intent and purpose of the "COR" Commercial/Office/Retail District is to exhibit a mix of businesses, services and residential options developed collaboratively to meet the specific needs of the community. Development should promote:
1. 
Design and character reflective of community preferences and objectives as defined in the Strategic Plan. This district should not deter:
a. 
Horizontal and vertical mixed use developments which may be freestanding or part of small-scale planned developments.
b. 
Multi-story buildings so long as design considerations to soften the building mass and site transition are incorporated.
2. 
Connectivity between Olivette's neighborhoods and Olive Boulevard, connectivity across the Boulevard, as well as connectivity between new and existing commercial and mixed use projects themselves, including:
a. 
Managing access onto and off the Olive Boulevard corridor; and
b. 
Coordinating multi-modal movement, including both vehicle and pedestrian access, with surrounding properties.
[R.O. 2008 §280.064; Ord. No. 1585 §§1—2, 8-23-1988; Ord. No. 1588 §1, 9-13-1988; Ord. No. 1683 §3, 12-11-1990; Ord. No. 1684 §2, 12-18-1990; Ord. No. 1729 §1, 2-11-1992; Ord. No. 1733 §1, 4-14-1992; Ord. No. 1760 §2, 8-25-1992; Ord. No. 1820 §1, 6-14-1994; Ord. No. 1851 §1, 4-11-1995; Ord. No. 2259 §1, 11-9-2004; Ord. No. 2451 §1, 4-26-2011; Ord. No. 2454 §1, 7-12-2011; Ord. No. 2495 §1, 5-14-2013; Ord. No. 2521 §2, 7-22-2014; Ord. No. 2547 §1, 3-24-2015]
A. 
Authorized Uses And Special Permit Uses. See exhibit Table A.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: "COR" District Exhibit Table A: Authorized Uses, is included as an attachment to this Chapter.
B. 
Accessory Uses Permitted By Site Plan Approval. The following uses shall be permitted in the "COR" District in accordance with the provisions of Article XI, Site Plan Review.
1. 
Seasonal garden center, including outdoor storage of material and equipment commonly associated with garden supplies and outdoor display of merchandise in conjunction therewith. Review of such outdoor storage and display under Article XI of this zoning ordinance shall be limited to:
a. 
The location of any associated structure and outdoor storage and materials is adequately screened from any adjacent single-family homes in an "SR" Single-Family Residential District.
b. 
Adequacy of means of containment to prevent loss or spillage of bulk materials.
c. 
Any structures utilized in conjunction with a seasonal garden center are subject to approval by the Fire Chief and must obtain a building permit and business license.
d. 
Site placement of any structure utilized in conjunction with a seasonal garden center is subject to the following:
(1) 
Is exempt from Article XII, Special Permits of this Chapter;
(2) 
Appropriateness of any location within a front yard or side yard proposed for display of merchandise and non-bulk materials for sale at retail;
(3) 
Limitation of bulk materials storage to rear yards and, provided that adequate screening and containment can be achieved, to side yards;
(4) 
For purposes of this paragraph, the term "front yard" shall mean the required yard which is bounded by the street providing the principal access to the lot. The term "rear yard" shall mean the required yard most nearly opposite the front yard;
(5) 
In no case shall the required parking on the site grounds be reduced to less than seventy-five percent (75%) of the required parking noted in Article XIV of this Chapter;
(6) 
In the case of a temporary structure or outdoor storage that is placed in a surface parking lot, adequate provision of circulation on the site grounds is addressed;
(7) 
Must ensure that at all times during operation and use, facilities and utilities, including, but not limited to, restrooms, electricity and water, are provided.
[R.O. 2008 §280.066; Ord. No. 2290 §1, 9-27-2005; Ord. No. 2388 §1, 9-9-2008; Ord. No. 2406 §1, 7-14-2009; Ord. No. 2521 §2, 7-22-2014]
A. 
The following requirements shall apply to the uses authorized under Section 400.740:
1. 
Minimum lot size requirements:
a. 
Lot width: seventy-five (75) feet.
b. 
Lot depth: one hundred (100) feet.
2. 
Maximum structure height: forty-five (45) feet, provided that buildings of a greater height may be authorized if approved under the procedures for site plan review.
3. 
Right-of-way setback:
a. 
Lots less than one hundred twenty thousand (120,000) square feet:
(1) 
No greater than twenty (20) feet from Olive Boulevard right-of-way.
(2) 
No less than twenty (20) feet from any other street right-of-way.
b. 
Lots one hundred twenty thousand (120,000) square feet or greater: No less than twenty (20) feet from any street right-of-way.
c. 
Variation. The Commission may authorize a variation to the front yard right-of-way setback along Olive in accordance with the procedures outlined in Article II of Chapter 428.
[Ord. No. 2608, 5-23-2017]
4. 
Side and rear yard setbacks: none required where the side or rear lot line coincides with one (1) side or rear lot line of property zoned "COR." However, if a side or rear yard is provided, no such yard shall be less than five (5) feet in width.
5. 
Transitional yard. Where the side or rear lot line directly abuts a side or rear lot line in an adjacent residential zoning district ("SR," "AR" or "PRO" with residential use), then a landscaped yard at least twenty (20) feet in width shall be provided and developed in accordance with Section 428.260, Buffering and Transitional Yards.