Proposal to rent ACCA Shrine Temple, shriners not included

Under the proposal you’ll only be able to invite 500 people.

The ACCA Shrine Temple located at 1712 Bellevue Avenue is looking to diversify.

From the Department of Planning & Development Review Staff Report (pdf):

The subject property is owned by ACCA Shrine Temple and has been used as a fraternal lodge/community center operated by the Shriners since 1959. The property is zoned R-53 Multifamily Residential, which permits the existing not-for-profit fraternal community center and its accessory uses. The proposed commercial events use would not be considered an accessory use, but rather a principal use.

The proposed non-Shriners events would include corporate meetings and training sessions, wedding receptions, and large group meetings. The special use permit ordinance would limit the number of attendees on the property at one time to 500 persons. For hours of operation, the ending times Monday through Thursday would be 10:00 p.m.; 12:00 a.m. Friday and Saturday; 7:00 p.m. Sundays; and 2:00 a.m. January 1st. Security officers would be required to be present at any event serving alcoholic beverages and a management plan has been submitted as part of the special use permit.

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