1 HIGHLIGHTS: Heights in Residential Zoning Districts Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission March 7, 2011
2 PROJECT BACKGROUND 1. A rezoning petition (# ) was initiated by the Myers Park Neighborhood Association to rezone 40.9 acres from R-22MF to R-8MF 2. The Petition was filed to respond to concerns about the height and scale of development proposed in the area 3. The petition went to hearing and City Council directed Planning staff to examine existing regulations that control height in residential areas 4. The rezoning petition has since been deferred by the Zoning Committee for several months as staff review options for addressing heights in residential districts
3 PROCESS FLOWCHART Planning Commission Meeting January 11, 2010 Planning Commission Exec Committee Meeting January 19, 2010 Meeting #6 September 30, 2010 Meeting #7 October 5, 2010 Meeting #8 December 1, 2010 Meeting #5 December 2, 2009 Meetings with Consultant March August, 2010 Meeting #1 September 3, 2009 Planning Commission Update Meeting #4 November 5, 2009 Meeting - Educational Session Meeting #2 September 17, 2009 Planning Commission Request To File October 22, 2009
4 GOAL To ensure that the height of buildings in residential districts is compatible with the scale of single family neighborhoods in which they are located.
5 EXISTING REGULATIONS Buildings above 40 must increase side and rear yards by 1 foot for every foot increase in height when abutting a residential district or use. Buildings above 40 abutting any other district or use are required to increase side yards by 1 foot for every 2 feet increase in height.
6 STAKEHOLDER PRIMARY CONCERNS There are no maximum height limits Height compatibility requirements for buildings are inadequate Loss of development rights Creating nonconforming buildings
7 HIGHLIGHTS OF RECOMMENDATION Improves compatibility with single family neighborhoods Minimizes creation of non-conforming structures and extends time period for non-conforming structures to rebuild Some decrease in development rights when adjacent to sf zoning but potential increase in development rights when not adjacent to sf zoning If proposed development exceeds permitted height, rezoning to another district is an option
8 RESIDENTIAL ZONING Residential Zoning Districts Single Family R-3, R-4, R-5, R-6 and R-8 Multi-Family R-8MF, R-12MF, R-17MF, R-22MF and R-43 MF Urban Residential UR-1, UR-2 and UR-3 Mixed Use MX-1, MX-2 and MX-3 Manufactured Housing R-MH Transit Oriented TOD-R Residential Zoning Districts also includes any of the above districts with CD after the designation. TOD R revision completed
9 DEFINITION New Definition of Height The vertical distance between the average grade at the base of a structure along each building line and the highest part of the structure Does not include chimneys, firewalls, sky lights, and roof structures for elevators, stairways, tanks, heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment, or similar equipment
10 DEFINITIONS Required Setback A building must be located at least this amount (example - 30 ) of distance from the street.
11 DEFINITIONS Required Side Yard The minimum distance required by this ordinance between the side lot line and the side building line, extending from the established setback to the established rear yard. Required Rear Yard The minimum distance required by this ordinance between the rear lot line and the rear building line.
12 SETBACK AND YARD REQUIREMENTS
13 DEFINITIONS Building Line Lines that are tangent to the exterior surface of buildings or structures. Building Envelope A three-dimensional area on a lot that remains for placing a structure on a site after setbacks, yard, height, and bulk regulations are observed
14 AVERAGE GRADE Calculated by adding the lowest point and highest point along the base of the structure and dividing the total by two. May also be calculated by adding all points, at five foot intervals, starting at the corner along the base of the building and dividing the total by the total number of points. Each building elevation will have an average grade.
16 RECOMMENDATIONS NUMBER 1 Single Family/Lower Density Multi-Family Residential Structures NUMBER 2 Higher Density Multi-Family/Nonresidential Structures
17 COMPARISON RECOMMENDATION #1 SINGLE FAMILY & LOW DENSITY MF CURRENT No max height of building Max base height at side and rear yards Increase yards for portion of building over 40 PROPOSED Max height at front building line Max base height at side yards No height maximum at rear Increase yards for portion of building over 40
18 SINGLE FAMILY R-3 & R-4 R-8MF,AND R-12MF Requirement Current Proposed Base Max Height at front N/A building line Height at required side yard 40 * ** Height at required rear yard 40 * N/A N/A *Increase required side yard 1 for every 1 height increase over 40 if abutting residential use or zoning. Otherwise increase side yard 1 for every 2 height increase. ** Increase height 1 for every 1 increase portion of building is from required side yard.
19 NOTE: Measurement at side yard does not change from existing code (R- 3, R-4 and multi-family). Measurement at side yard = 40
20 R-3, R-4, R-8MF, AND R-12MF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING EXISTING REGULATION
21 R-3, R-4, R-8MF, AND R-12MF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PROPOSED REGULATION
22 R-3, R-4, R-8MF, AND R-12MF RESIDENTIAL PROPOSED REGULATIONS
23 Requirement Current Proposed Base Max Height at front N/A N/A 40 building line Height at required side yard 40 * ** Height at required rear yard SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL R-5, R-6, R-8 40 * N/A N/A *Increase yards 1 for every 1 height increase over 40 if abutting residential use or zoning. Otherwise increase side yard 1 for every 2 height increase. ** Increase height 1 for every 1 increase portion of building is from required yard.
25 R-5, R-6, AND R-8 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING EXISTING REGULATION
26 R-5, R-6, AND R-8 RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PROPOSED REGULATION
27 R-5, R-6, AND R-8 PROPOSED REGULATIONS
29 COMPARISON RECOMMENDATION #2 HIGH DENSITY MF & NONRESIDENTIAL CURRENT No max height of building Increase yards for portion of building over 40 No measurement of height at setback PROPOSED Max height Measurement from lowest to highest point Adjacent district and use dictates height at building setback, side and rear yards
30 Requirement Current Proposed Height when adjacent to single family residential district - At required setback - At required side/rear yard Height adjacent to a district other than single family residential - At required setback - At required side yard - At required rear yard MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS N/A 40 * NA 40 *** NA Base 40 ** 40 ** Max * Increase yards one foot for every additonal foot of height when abutting any residential use or district **Increase yards two feet in distance for every additonal foot of height the portion of the building is from the required setback/yard (s) adjacent to single family zoning district *** Increase side yard one foot for every additional two foot of height the when abutting use or district other than residential
35 NONRESIDENTIAL USE IN SF AND MF DISTRICT ADJACENT TO RESIDENTIAL
36 NONRESIDENTIAL USE IN SF AND MF DISTRICT ADJACENT TO RESIDENTIAL 80
37 NONRESIDENTIAL USE IN SF AND MF DISTRICT ADJACENT TO RESIDENTIAL
38 ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS Modify the current definition of height to: Exclude chimneys and firewalls from the measurement Clarify how average grade is calculated Change yard requirements Nonresidential abutting single family district Side 20 Rear = 35 (R-6 & R-8), 40( R-4) & 45 (R-3) Update Section (2) & (3) to clarify that residential and nonresidential developments within the MX Districts (MX-1, MX-2 and MX-3) will comply with the height requirements of the corresponding districts as referenced in these two sections.
39 ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS If an accessory structure exceeds a height of 24 in the single-family, multi-family, urban residential and mixed use districts, it must be located at least 15 feet from the rear and side property lines. In all zoning districts, except as provided for in Section , if the accessory structure exceeds the height of the principal structure, it must meet the minimum side yard of the principal structure and be located at least 15 feet from the rear property line.
40 ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS Modify Section (MX Districts) to add building height as a standard that can be modified through the innovative development process. Modify section 7.103(7) regarding the time period for when a building permit is required to repair or restore a nonconforming residential structure, based on height, after it is destroyed or damaged from 12 months to 24 months. Delete shadow requirement
41 ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS Height ratio adjacent to single family district not required when development across major thoroughfare
42 RECAP Create a system that encourages compatible structures Height requirements based on: Zoning District Use If adjacent to Single Family Zoning Minimize creation of height non-conforming structures and extend time period for those nonconforming structures to be rebuilt Limit heights in residential districts
44 NEXT STEPS Tentative Timeline for Text Amendment March 7, 2011 March 14, 2011 March 21, 2011 April 4, 2011 June 20, 2011 June 29, 2011 July 18, 2011 Present Text Details To PC Final Proposed Text Amendment PC Executive Committee Full Commission City Council Public Hearing Zoning Committee City Council Decision
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