Under the city's current B4-2 zoning, the site that the cityhopes to sell for $105 per sf can accommodate a 19,236-sfbuilding.

Plans that include package liquor sales, adult entertainmentestablishments, video arcades and fast food restaurants are likelyto be nixed by the city's department of planning and development,which has set an Oct. 20 deadline for proposals.

Besides the quality of the development and how it fits in withthe surrounding community, the developer's track record and abilityto complete the project also are among the criteria the departmentwill consider when reviewing proposals.

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