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    the city of miramarthe miramar town center group & torti gallas and partners chk

    miramar town centpattern b

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    The miramar town center

    Pattern Book

    Prepared for

    The City of Miramar

    Prepared by

    The Miramar Town Center Group

    andtorti gallas and partners chk, inc.

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    The City of MiramarMayor Lori C. Moseley

    Vice Mayor Fitzroy D. SalesmanCommissioner Steven T. BogertCommissioner Marjorie J. ConlanCommissioner Sallie L. Stephens

    City Manager Robert A. PaytonAssistant City Managers

    Administrat ive Service s Rober t C . Bel lDevelopment Serv ic es Wazir A. I shmael , Ph.D.

    O pe ra ti on al Se rv ice s Ver no n E. Ha rg ray

    City Clerk Yvette M. McLeary City Attorney Weiss Serota Helfman

    Pastoriza & Guedes, P.A.

    D eve lo pm en t & Ca pi ta l He cto r A . Va zq uezManagement Coordinator

    F in an ci al an d Eco no mi c Eu la in e S . Jo hn so n

    Analysis OfficerO rg an iz ati on al & Pub li c D eb ra A. Wa lke r

    Affairs Officer

    Community Development Donald J. Waldron,AICP

    DirectorPlanning Manager Harold C. Zombek, AICPBuilding Official Richard A. Kittendorf S en io r Pl an ner /Sp ec ia l D av id G ol dm an , A ICP

    Projects ManagerSenior Planner Fred W. Hagy, AICP, RLASenior Planner Richard G. HughesSenior Planner Elizabeth Matej, AICPSenior Planner Gustavo Zambrano, AICP

    Planner Michael Alpert

    Deputy Director of Henry E. Talton, P.E.Operational Services

    City Engineer Luis A. Lopez, P.E.

    City Architect Robert H. Rose

    Finance Director John R. MerrellBudget Manager Helen G. Ostlund

    Community Services Lowell M. BorgesAdministrator

    Assistant Community Tim W. Kennett

    Services AdministratorCommunity Services Geri S. Freedman

    Supervisor

    A special thanks to all City staff that contributed to the develop-ment of this document.

    Miramar Town Center GroupThe Hogan GroupThe Related Group of Florida

    Torti Gallas and Partners CHKMaster Plan Pattern Book Regulating Plan

    Cartaya AssociatesCity Hall & Cultural Arts Center Architecture

    Keith & Schnars

    Civil Engineering

    Michael MorrisseyPerspective Renderings Architectural Stylist/Design Consulting

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    conte

    Introduction

    Purpose and Intent

    Land Use Pattern

    Parking Pattern and Requirements

    Parking and Service

    Street PatternStreetscape

    Streetscape: Details

    Building Heights

    Architectural Urban Design Features

    Styles

    Style Pattern

    Spanish Renaissance Revival Style

    Mediterranean Revival Style

    Saint Augustine Spanish Colonial StyleBuilding Articulation & Configuration: All Style

    Urban & Architectural Standards

    Landscape Standards

    Open Space

    Appendix: Terms & Definitions

    2002 Michael Morrissey

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    introduction

    General

    The Miramar Town Center is the result of a vision by the Cityof Miramar to provide a true t own center for the citizens of its

    city. A civic center, employment, retail, residences, and

    recreational spaces will all be components of this vibrant center.The town center is designed as an idyllic traditional downtown

    with pedestrian oriented streets, beautiful Mediterranean style

    architecture, main street store fronts, and waterfront viewsas found in the best historic towns of Florida. The town center

    allows for a gracious lifestyle where work, play, services, andentertainment are within walking distance. It is also thegathering place for the citizens of Miramar to celebrate the

    personal and historical milestones of their community.

    The Civic Center will house many of the citys significant

    institutions such as City Hall, the Cultural Arts Center, a Library,an Education Facility, and a Transit Hub. All of these inst itutions

    are located in a picturesque park-like setting with a waterfront

    view. A Main Street and Promenade with retail shops, officespace, and residences also engage the Civic Center at the City

    Hall Plaza. The residential neighborhoods have waterfront

    views and engage the Civic Center via a charming canal.

    Master Plan

    The Master Plan is depicted to the right and an alternateincreased residential option, with more garages, is depicted

    below. The Master Plan represents the City of Miramarsvision for the Miramar Town Center. It provides a guide that

    establishes key components and principles for its developm ent

    and is the basis for the Regulating Plan and Pattern Book.

    Increased Residential Option Master Plan

    Wellness

    Center

    Transit

    City Hall

    Cultural Arts Center

    Library &Education

    TransitHub

    REDROAD

    HIATU

    SRO

    AD

    MIRAMAR BOULEVARD

    CANALSTREET

    CITYHALLPROMENADE

    MAIN

    STREET

    CIVIC

    CEN

    TER

    PLACE

    PARKLANE/

    Garage

    Garage

    Garage

    BotanicalGarden

    City HallPlaza

    Garage

    Civic CenterPark

    CANAL

    MarketPlaza

    PEDESTRIAN PROMENADE

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    Purpose and int

    Purpose of Regulating Plan & Pattern B

    The Regulating Plan and Pattern Book are documused together to regulate detailed aspects of the

    The principal intent of these design guidelines is

    the implementation of the master plan and enPlan is implemented in the manner envisioned b

    Miramar.

    Regulating Plan

    The Regulating Plan is based upon the approved

    and serves to locate specific uses. Furthermore, the basic framework for the town center by regu

    locations, street types, building types, setbacks an

    lines, parking locations, service locations, and othnecessary for the successful implementation of the

    It is primarily a two dimensional document th

    conjunction with the Pattern Book (which is useboth the two dimensional and the three dimension

    the Master Plan).

    Pattern Book

    The Pattern Book is also based upon the vision oPlan. It regulates the architectural massing, bu

    heights, facades, styles, materials, and details. The establishes the basic design guidelines that will enarchitecture of the individual buildings within the

    will all be in keeping with the overall vision. Alsothe Pattern Book are guidelines for open space, stre

    and service functions.

    2002 Michael Morrissey

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    land use pattern

    Land Use

    The location of land uses is critically important to ensure that avibrant mix of uses, that support each other, is achieved. The

    plan found on this page diagrams the location of uses within

    the Town Center. The civic components have been groupedtogether to form a Civic Center in Block 1. Blocks 2, 3, and 4

    are mixed-use blocks. These blocks share parking. These

    buildings are mixed-use buildings (commercial first floor withresidential above) and residential buildings. Blocks 5 and 6 are

    residential blocks in the Master Plan. There is no prohibitionof mixing commercial in these blocks as long as sufficientparking can be provided. The buildings along City Hall

    Promenade must contain retail uses on the ground floor. MainStreet, from Red Road to City Hall Promenade, must also

    contain retail uses on the ground floor.

    Land Use Legend

    Civic Buildings

    Retail Buildings

    Retail/Office Buildings

    Retail/Residential Buildings

    Office/Residential Buildings

    Apartment Buildings (High Density)

    Town Houses or Carriage Houses

    Wellness Center

    Transit/Residential Building

    Wellness

    Center

    Transit

    City Hall

    Cultural Arts Center

    Library &Education

    TransitHub

    Block 1

    Block 2

    Block 4

    Block 6

    Block 5