Residential structure means any structure used, or suitable for use, such as single-family or multi-family housing, motorhome, motorhome, mobile home, condominium or townhouse, apartment or any other structure, or part of it. A large term community facility development* is a development or extension predominantly for use of community facilities in residential districts and in districts C1, C2, C3 and C4-1.A sign is any writing of words, drawings, or symbols found on or attached to a building or other structure. Overlapping business districts, designated with the letters C1-1 to C1-5 and C2-1 to C2-5, are shown on zoning maps as a pattern superimposed on a residential district. In areas designated for inclusive homes* mapped in medium- and high-density residential neighborhoods and business districts with equivalent density, a 33 percent discount on the floor area can be obtained for providing 20 percent as affordable housing.
In the case of an emblematic building, for example, a transfer can be made through a special permit from the CPC of the zoning lot containing the designated milestone to an adjacent zoning lot or to one that is directly across the street or, in the case of a corner lot, to another corner lot at the same intersection. When a building has more than one use, the maximum FAR allowed in the zoning lot is the highest FAR allowed for any of the uses, as long as the FAR for each use does not exceed the maximum FAR allowed for that use. A mixed building is a building in a business district that is used partly for residential use and partly for community facilities or commercial use. A building is a structure that has one or more floors and a roof, is permanently fixed to the land and is bounded by open areas or the lot lines of a zoning lot.
A tower is a part of a building that penetrates the exposure plane of the sky and is only allowed in specific high-density areas of the city. A commercial overlay is a C1 or C2 district mapped within residential districts to meet local retail needs (grocery stores, dry cleaners, restaurants, for example). On a wide street in the districts R9 and R10 and their equivalents C1 or C2, a building that includes a residential tower must comply with tower regulations on a base, in addition to standard tower regulations. The original R10 program offers an area bonus of up to 20 percent, increasing the maximum FAR from 10.0 to 12.0 for the provision of affordable housing in applicable residential and commercial districts with a density of R10.Supplies for residential buildings go through a series of levels of the supply chain before being used in construction.
A street is any road (other than a private road), highway, avenue, alley, or other road shown on the city map, or a road at least 50 feet wide intended for public use that connects a road shown on the city map to another similar road or to a building or structure. A large scale residential development* is a development designed predominantly for residential uses in residential districts and in districts C1, C2, C3 and C4-1.The “E” designation assigned to a zoning lot indicates a site where environmental requirements must be met before a building permit can be issued for any development, extension, or change of use.