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1 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Any use other than affordable housing that exceeds 7,500 sq ft of floor area CU Automatic ice dispensing machine which need not be in an enclosed building. Residential Residential Housing Types Single-family dwelling units. Single Unit Dwelling Duplex L L L L Multifamily dwelling units. Multiple-Unit Structure L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) Senior housing. Senior Citizen Multiple- Unit Residential Single-room occupancy housing. Single-Room Occupancy Housing Senior group housing. Senior Group Residential L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) Group Residential MU (1) L(1) MU (1) MU (1) Congregate housing. Congregate Housing Elderly and Long-Term Care L (1) L (1) L (1) Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 1

2 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Family Day Care Large family day care homes. S S Large family day care Small Residential Facilities Residential Care, General Residential Care, Limited Residential Care, Senior L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) Hospice, General L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) Hospice, Limited L (1) L (1) L (1) L (1) Supportive Housing Domestic violence shelters. Transitional Housing Transitional housing. ublic and Semi-ublic Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 2

3 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Business colleges. CU Colleges and Trade Schools, ublic or rivate CU CU CU Trade schools. CU Auditorium CU CU Community Assembly Clubs and Lodges CU laces of worship. CU Community Gardens Art galleries; Cultural Facilities L/CU Libraries. Museums. Music conservatories and instruction facilities. CU CU Child day care centers. Day Care Centers L/CU Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 3

4 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Homeless shelters with less than fifty-five beds. Emergency Shelter L/CU (3) L/CU (3) L/CU (3) L/CU (3) Homeless shelters with fifty-five or more beds. CU CU CU CU CU Hospitals and Clinics CU ublic parks and playgrounds. ark and Recreation Facilities, ublic Ambulance service. ublic Safety Facilities CU Schools; Schools, ublic or rivate CU CU Meeting rooms for charitable, youth and welfare organizations. CU Social Service Centers Offices and meeting rooms for charitable, youth, and welfare organizations; Commercial Uses Animal Care, Sales, and Services Grooming and et Stores L/CU et Day Care Services MU MU MU MU Veterinary Services MU MU MU MU Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 4

5 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Automobile/Vehicle Sales and Service Alternative Fuels and Recharging Facilities CU CU CU CU Automobile rental agencies. S S Automobile Rental CU MU MU - Automobile storage lots associated with automobile dealerships selling new vehicles (existing) S Automobile Storage Use L (4) Automobile Dealership expansion of up to 10% but not to exceed 5,000 sq ft S Automobile/Vehicle Sales and Leasing L (5) L (5) / CU (6) L (5) / CU (6) - Automobile Dealership expansion of over 10% or 5,000 sq ft, whichever is less CU CU Automobile dealerships in existence on October 1, 1996, provided that such dealerships may not resume operations if converted to another use. CU Automobile repair facilities. CU Automobile/Vehicle Repair, Major - - CU - Automobile repair facilities expansion or intensification (for those existing as of July 11, 1995.) CU S CU Automobile/Vehicle Service and Repair, Minor CU - CU - Automobile washing facilities CU Automobile/Vehicle Washing - - CU - Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 5

6 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Service stations. CU S CU CU Service Station CU CU - Towing and Impound CU Banks and Financial Institutions Banks and savings and loan institutions. CU Bank and Credit Union. L/CU Branch offices of banks or savings and loan institutions; Check Cashing Businesses hotocopy shops. Business Services L/CU rint or publishing shops. Commercial Entertainment and Recreation Cinema buildings in existence since May 23, 2000; Cinema L (7) - - L (7) Theaters with seventy-five or less seats. CU Theater L (8) CU L (8) L (8) Theaters, provided the use does not exceed seven thousand five hundred square feet and seventy-five seats and all access is from Main Street. CU Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 6

7 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Theaters having more than seventy-five seats. CU CU CU Convention and Conference Centers CU CU Skating rinks. Large -Scale Facility CU CU CU CU Billiard parlors. CU CU Small-Scale Facility L (9) L (9) L (9) CU Bowling alleys. Eating and Drinking Establishments Bars CU Bar/Night Club/Lounge CU CU CU CU Nightclubs CU CU Fast-food and take-out establishments. CU Restaurants, Full- Service, Limited- Services & Take-out, 2,500 sq ft and smaller Take-out or fast food restaurants. CU CU Restaurants, Full- Service, Limited- Services & Take-out, 2,501-5,000 sq ft Restaurants with forty-nine or less seats. Restaurants, Full- Service, Limited- Services & Take-out, >5,000 sq ft (10,11) MU MU MU MU (10,11) CU CU CU CU (10,11) Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 7

8 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Restaurants of fifty seats or less. Restaurants of fifty seats or less and at which no alcohol is served or consumed; Restaurants with fifty seats or more. CU CU Restaurants of more than fifty seats, with or without alcohol service or consumption, if located on parcels adjacent to Ocean ark Boulevard between Twenty-Fifth Street and Centinela Avenue. CU Drive-in, drive-through, take-out and fast-food restaurants. CU Existing restaurants that add a private dining facility pursuant to Section (m). CU Bakeries. Sidewalk cafés not more than two hundred square feet in area, subject to the limitations contained in Section with Outdoor Dining and Seating Area (10) Sidewalk cafés that exceed two hundred square feet in area S S S S Restaurants of fifty seats or less at which alcohol is served or consumed. CU ***CU required for alcohol unless exempt per D. Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 8

9 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Medical equipment rentals. Equipment Rental - - arty equipment rentals. Food and Beverage Sales Convenience Market CU CU CU CU Open air farmers market CU CU Farmer's Market CU CU CU CU Food stores. General Market L (12) Retail stores with thirty percent or less of the total linear shelf display area devoted to alcoholic beverages. CU ***CU required for alcohol Liquor stores CU Liquor Store CU CU CU CU Wine shops devoted exclusively to sales of wine. There shall be no limit on the total linear shelf display area. CU Funeral parlors or mortuaries. Funeral arlor and Mortuary. - - Exercise facilities. CU Instructional Services (5 or fewer students) Dance studios. CU Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 9

10 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Lodging Bed and breakfast facilities provided that any dining facility shall be limited to use by registered guests only. Only two such facilities may be permitted in the district. Lodging - Bed and Breakfast MU MU MU MU Hotels and motels CU CU Hotels and motels CU CU CU - Appliance repair shops. Maintenance and Repair Service L/CU Appliance or electronic repair shops. Small appliance repair shops lant retail stores. Nursery and Garden Center L (13) L (13) L (13) L (13) Florists and plant nurseries. lant nurseries (provided all supplies, except planted stock, are kept entirely within an enclosed building); Offices General offices. Business and rofessional General offices above the first floor. Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 10

11 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use General office above the first floor, provided the use does not exceed four thousand square feet and all access is from Main Street. General offices above the first floor; and on the ground floor for parcels located at least one hundred fifty feet from Montana Avenue, Ocean ark Boulevard, or ico Boulevard, except general office uses shall also be allowed on the ground floor within one hundred fifty feet of Montana Avenue, Ocean ark Boulevard, and ico Boulevard in buildings in existence since January 17, 2007 if either subdivision (1) or subdivision of this subsection apply: Real estate offices. Creative Medical, dental and optometrist clinics and laboratories. Medical and Dental Specialty offices Walk-In Clientele L/CU Medical, dental and optometrist facilities above the first floor provided the use does not exceed a maximum of three thousand square feet. Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 11

12 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Medical, dental, and optometrist offices, provided that the use does not exceed twentyfive percent of total square footage of the building or three thousand square feet, whichever is less. CU Medical, dental and optometrist facilities at the first floor or in excess of three thousand square feet. CU Automobile parking lots and structures. CU arking, ublic or rivate CU CU CU CU ersonal Services Laundromats. General ersonal Services L/CU Laundromats, dry cleaners. Cleaners. Shoe repair stores. Tailors. Barber or beauty shops. Exercise facilities. CU hysical Training (>5 students) L/CU Dance studios. CU Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 12

13 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Medical Marijuana Dispensary CU CU Tattoo or Body Modification arlor MU MU MU MU Retail Sales Building Materials Sales and Services CU Appliance stores; General Retail Sales, Small-scale L/CU Department stores over fifty thousand square feet CU General Retail Sales, Medium-scale CU CU Drugstores. General Retail Sales, Large-scale CU Electrical shops. General retail and specialized retail uses. Hardware stores. Outdoor newstands Use ermit Use ermit Use ermit Use ermit Use ermit Variety stores. awn Shops Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 13

14 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Swap Meets CU Industrial Artist studios above the first floor. Artist s Studio. Artist studios. Catering businesses. CU Commercial Kitchen - - CU - Furniture upholsterer s shops. Industry, Limited (if wholesale bakery) Sign painting shops. CU Bakery Media roduction Support Facilities Self-service storage warehouses CU Warehousing, Storage, and Distribution - ersonal Storage Transportation, Communication, and Utilities Uses Bus/Rail assenger Stations Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 14

15 Existing Use BCD C4 C6 CM C2 roposed Use/Use Communication Facilities Antennas and Transmission Towers Equipment within Buildings Light Fleet-Based Services CU CU Electric distribution substations. Utilities, Major - L (14) L (14) - Utilities, Minor Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 15

16 LEGEND Uses new to the zoning designation are shown in italics and shaded green Blue shading indicates how multiple existing uses collapse into a proposed use category Specific Limitations: 1 Ground-floor residential and live-work uses are permitted subject to applicable development standards related to active commercial design. For Tier 2 projects, unless the project is deed restricted 100% affordable housing, projects with residential above the ground floor shall include at least one live-work unit or other non-residential use above the first floor. 2 Limited to facilities with no more than 7,500 square feet of floor area; greater area requires approval of a Conditional Use ermit. = ermitted 3 Limited to shelters containing less than 55 beds; Conditional Use ermit required for emergency shelters with 55 or more beds. MU = Minor Use ermit 4 Limited to automobile storage use associated with existing automobile dealerships selling new vehicles; otherwise, requires Conditional Use ermit. CU = Conditional Use ermit 5 Auto dealerships existing as of July 6, 2010 are considered permitted uses. Expansions to existing dealerships are subject to approval of a conditional use permit and must conform to the Urban Auto Dealership Format standards in Section , Automobile/Vehicle Sales, Leasing, and Storage. New auto dealerships and expansions of existing dealerships inconsistent with Section are prohibited. L = Limited (see Specific Limitation footnote) 6 New auto dealerships may be allowed, subject to approval of a Conditional Use ermit, only on sites with frontage on Lincoln Boulevard between Interstate 10 and Santa Monica Boulevard. In other locations, new automobile dealerships are not permitted. 7 Limited to existing cinema buildings. New cinemas are not permitted. 8 Limited to theaters with 75 or fewer seats. Theaters with more than 75 seats require Conditional Use ermit. 9 Limited to exercise facilities (e.g. yoga, pilates, martial arts, and dance studios) and arts instruction facilities of 5,000 sq. ft. or less. Exercise facilities or instructional services over 5,000 sq. ft. and other Small-Scale Commercial Recreation uses require approval of a Conditional Use ermit. Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 16

17 Specific Limitations: 10 Limited to restaurants with 50 or fewer seats. 11 Limited to 2 restaurants greater than 1,000 square feet per block along Main Street. 12 Limited to establishments with no more than 25,000 square ft. of floor area. 13 Nurseries and Garden Centers permitted if all goods, except planted stock, are kept entirely within an enclosed building. 14 Limited to electric distribution substations. Attachment A: Existing and roposed Uses in Mixed-Use Commercial Zoning Designations 17

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