The “Sheridan Station-side Village” transit-oriented development (TOD) land use change is consistent with the objectives of the City of Hollywood and Florida Department of Transportation to create a “transit village” reflecting 21st century planning principals. The amendment proposed to change the land use designation from low medium residential (6-10 units/acre), industrial and transportation to transit-oriented development. The “Sheridan Station-side Village” will be a true mixed-use development integrating the existing Tri-Rail station as a transit hub along with other providers such as Broward County Transit. Located at the intersection of I-95 and Sheridan Street, the development plan creates a diverse urban village that will foster a live, work, play and ride atmosphere. A 6-acre park will be created within a Live Oak hammock on the site’s southern portion, which will preserve an historic coral rock house.
The development opportunity was born as a result of the desire of state and local government to leverage state lands to create new development compatible with mass transit, and to encourage increased ridership of existing systems.
Pinnacle Housing Group
Land Use Plan Amendment