Marina Redevelopment Area

This redevelopment area lies completely in the Historic Village Management Zone and encompasses three primary uses as reflected in the Master Plan. The majority of the 40± acre redevelopment area is associated with the Old Point Comfort Marina. The 300+ slip marina includes the two-story marina office (B207) and the bathhouse (B225). The second floor of the marina building has been subleased to a restaurant operator.

This redevelopment area also includes the area identified in the Master Plan as the most suitable for retail/dining focus. Currently, the 250+ member Old Point Comfort Yacht Club makes its home in Building 183. Buildings 204 and 205 previously served industrial uses but both buildings offer the potential for waterfront retail. Buildings 11 and 73 are both contributing structures last used for office purposes. Building 266 and 267 were constructed in 2004 and could be reused or removed.

The remainder of the redevelopment area includes the six-building TRADOC complex. These buildings were last used as offices but are identified in the Master Plan as candidates for adaptive reuse to residential. However, respondents may consider alternative uses. The six buildings total 137,000± square feet and are served by a central boiler/chiller plant in the basement of Building 134.

A listing of building information is provided in the table.

Detailed building information and governing documents.