Infill can be a strict or contemporary interpretation of the above mentioned architectural styles.
A single building should interpret a single architectural style.
Building design should place emphasis on the water and water uses.
Certain iconic locations should allow
for more abstract interpretations of or departure from existing architectural styles to allow for variation and distinctiveness in Titusville’s urban design.
Incorporation of new architectural styles is encouraged.
Architectural detailing should accentuate the ground floor and emphasize the main entrance for the pedestrian.
Massing and Siting
Setbacks should be minimal.
Service areas should be screened.
Development should maintain public access to the water and other recreational uses.
The ground floor of mixed use buildings should have at least 18 feet clear height to accommodate a range of uses.
Mixed use buildings should have a continuous horizontal band between the ground floor and second floor for the placement of ground floor signage.
The retail bulkhead should be 18 to 25 feet above grade.
Construction materials should be high quality and durable. Such materials should withstand most degradation from water, moisture, light, natural disasters, and other site and climate conditions. Strategies for product selection and construction techniques can be found in the LEED for Homes. Many of these strategies are applicable beyond residential uses.