• Year Built: 1974
124 E Michigan Ave is aretail property for lease in Clinton, MI.
Originally built as First Federal Bank in 1974+/-. Remodeled as Dairy Queen in 1994. Dairy Queen operated this location for nearly 20 years.
Sec. 66-224. - Central business district (C-3).
Purpose and general description. The C-3 district is designated as the principal commercial center of the village. Permitted are a variety of retail, service, administrative, financial, civic, cultural and entertainment uses that will provide a harmonious mix of activities for the entire village.
Permitted uses. Permitted uses are as follows:
Business schools, including dance schools, music schools, art schools and technical schools.
Business services, including banks, loan offices, real estate offices and insurance offices.
Eating and drinking establishments, but not including drive-in types.
Essential services, only in accordance with the regulations specified in section 66-317
Indoor commercial amusement and recreation services, including theaters, bowling alleys and video arcades.
Indoor retail sales establishments.
Offices of an executive, administrative or professional nature.
Personal services, including barbershops and beauty salons, medical and dental clinics, dry cleaners and self-service laundromats and sale and repair shops for watches, shoes, radios, televisions and video equipment.
Retail sale of foods, drugs, hardware, notions, books and similar convenience goods.
Accessory uses and structures.
Conditional uses. Conditional uses are as follows. See section 66-306 for requirements and procedures.
Clubs and lodges.
Churches and other buildings for religious worship.
Drive-in business services.
Public libraries, public museums and community centers.
Dwelling units, provided they are secondary to a commercial use and are not located below the second floor. See section 66-306
Small animal clinics.
Printing or photocopying establishments.
Area, yard, height and bulk regulations. See division 6 of this article.
Supplemental regulations. See article V of this chapter.