Central Location Retail/Apartments

This 3-Unit Apartment Building including a corner retail space and a concert room is a tremendous investment opportunity.  Solid structure with 4 rental units:  3 residential apartments and 1 retail store-front.  Property also includes “concert room”, partially finished basement, and tons of storage.

Located at the corner of MD-194 and MD-140 a central downtown location in Taneytown.

Land Details

Location

  • 1 Frederick Street. Taneytown, MD 21787

Legal/Taxes

  • Tax Map 0300, Parcels 2334

Zoning

  • City of Taneytown, Downtown Business District: The purpose and intent of this district is to provide logical locations for retail services needed by neighborhood populations. The permitted use should generate low vehicular traffic with minimum vehicular parking needs and create few objectionable influences for nearby neighbors. It is intended that such uses and services shall not include any manufacturing and production by powered machine or wholesale distribution facilities, services or storage areas, or incorporate any improvements, displays or activities that compromise public safety.

Building Details

Building Size

  • 3,022 SF

Utilities

  • Electric, telephone, cable/internet, public water, sanitary sewer

Uses

  • The purpose and intent of this district is to provide logical locations for retail services needed by neighborhood populations. The permitted use should generate low vehicular traffic with minimum vehicular parking needs and create few objectionable influences for nearby neighbors. It is intended that such uses and services shall not include any manufacturing and production by powered machine or wholesale distribution facilities, services or storage areas, or incorporate any improvements, displays or activities that compromise public safety. Retail businesses involving the sale of merchandise and/or services located primarily within a building as follows:
  • Home furnishings and accessories:
  • Furniture
  • Dishes, china, cookware, glassware.
  • Home accessories.
  • Drapes and curtains.
  • Kitchen stores.
  • Bed, bath and linen.
  • Floor coverings.
  • Lamps and lighting.
  • Closet and storage/container stores.
  • Wallpaper/wall coverings and/or removing and hanging of wallpaper.
  • Other similar uses.
  • Special interests:
  • Art and craft, hobby stores.
  • Sports goods.
  • Toys and games.
  • Art gallery.
  • Collectibles.
  • Science; nature, wild bird supply sales.
  • Camera sales; photographic and camera supply stores and studios.
  • Bridal shop and/or wedding supplies.
  • Hobby stores.
  • Antique shops.
  • Pottery creations and sales.
  • Builder/remodeling sales showroom.
  • Tack and equestrian shops.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Consignment and other shops for the sale of used items of a similar nature as otherwise permitted in this section.
  • Gifts/specialty.
  • Books.
  • Newspapers and magazines.
  • Decorative accessories.
  • Christmas decorations.
  • Baby supply.
  • Candles and/or aromatherapy.
  • Luggage and leather goods.
  • Stationery.
  • Imports.
  • Florist.
  • Jewelry.
  • Medical health and wellness supply.
  • Office supply.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Food sales:
  • Candy stores.
  • Delicatessens and carry-out foods.
  • Bakery.
  • Coffee and/or tea.
  • Health foods and food supplements.
  • Grocery.
  • Seafood sales establishments.
  • Butcher shops.
  • Yogurt, ice cream and/or dessert parlors.
  • Health foods and food supplements.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Food service:
  • Restaurants with/without liquor.
  • Pubs/bars that also serve food and provide entertainment.
  • Fast food with no parking or drive-through windows.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Home appliances/music/video:
  • Music/record/tape/cd/DVD shops.
  • Video rental shops.
  • Musical instrument dealers.
  • Piano and organ repair, sales and/or moving.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Clothing and accessories:
  • Clothing stores.
  • Shoe stores.
  • Hats.
  • Children and infants wear.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Personal service:
  • Hair and beauty establishments.
  • Shoe repair.
  • Tailor
  • Mailing packaging.
  • Weight loss center.
  • Dry-cleaning, self service and/or laundry self service.
  • Tax preparation.
  • Bicycle repair and sales shops.
  • Locksmith shops.
  • Medical/dental/chiropractic offices.
  • Government/professional/general offices.
  • Secretarial and/or telephone answering services.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Other retail:
  • Custom printing and reproduction shops.
  • Pet grooming establishments, non-boarding.
  • Funeral homes and mortuaries.
  • Physical fitness facilities.
  • Public buildings, structures and properties of the recreational, cultural, institutional, educational, administrative or public service type, including fire, ambulance or rescue squad.
  • Radio and television studios.
  • Electronic sales and service shops.
  • Schools: nursery schools, business, dancing, music, art, trade or others of a commercial nature.
  • Sign-painting shops.
  • Social clubs, fraternal organizations and community meeting halls.
  • Tailor shops.
  • Theaters and private assembly halls.
  • Telephone central offices or service centers.
  • Upholstery shops.
  • Customary accessory uses and buildings incidental to any of the above permitted uses.
  • Hardware stores.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Financial and employment:
  • Banks, ATM, and savings and loans with no drive-through service.
  • Brokerages.
  • Mortgage services.
  • Real estate agencies.
  • Consultants.
  • Employment agencies.
  • Employment training services.
  • Computer dealers and/or service repair.
  • Computer graphics.
  • Computer supplies and parts.
  • Computer training.
  • Website creations.
  • Other similar businesses.
  • Residential:
  • Single-family detached dwellings.
  • The following uses are permitted as a special exception upon approval by the Board of Appeals as outlined in Article XI of this chapter.
  • Conversion of a single-family detached dwelling into an apartment.
  • Apartments.
  • Child-care and adult-care centers.
  • Banks and savings and loans with drive-through windows.
  • Churches, synagogues, and other places of worship.
  • Alcoholic beverage package stores.
  • Video/arcade or amusement centers.
  • Appliance stores.
  • Carpenter shops.
  • Department stores.
  • Microbreweries and pub-breweries licensed under Article 2B of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
  • Newspaper publishing establishments.
  • Pet shops.
  • Public utility buildings, structures or uses, including radio, television and other communications facilities.
  • Bed-and-breakfast inns.
  • Hand-carved furniture fabrication and/or repair and restoration.
  • Blood bank centers and testing.
  • Appliances, major dealers and service repair.
  • Veterinarian, non-boarding.
  • Lot and yard requirements.
  • No minimum lot area, lot width or lot depth is required.
  • No minimum lot coverage is required.
  • No minimum front yard is required.
  • A side yard is not required except when adjacent to a residential district, in which case eight feet are required.
  • A rear yard is not required except when adjacent to a residential district, in which case 25 feet are required.
  • The maximum height of a building shall be 35 feet.
  • Outdoor displays of merchandise shall be limited to the linear frontage of the storefront and not more than four feet from the wall of the building. Displays shall not narrow a public sidewalk to less than six feet of clear width. Outdoor displays of edible merchandise arc prohibited.
  • Outdoor displays of edible merchandise are prohibited after store hours.
  • Parking and loading requirements. Parking and loading requirements shall be subject to Article VI of this chapter. No drive-through access to any establishment allowing service directly to anyone in a vehicle shall be permitted.
  • Signs. All signs shall be subject to Article VII of this chapter.
  • and many more

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