ARTICLE V - DIVISION 12 RM-24/30 RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY DISTRICT

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1 Development Services ARTICLE V - DIVISION 12 RM-24/30 RESIDENTIAL MULTIFAMILY DISTRICT Sec Purpose and Intent. This district is intended for residential areas of high density of up to 24 units per acre, and with additional density up to 30 units per acre obtainable through utilization of Transfer of Development Rights (TDR). Application will be limited to the intown areas near the CBD and the Tyrone Activity Center area, as indicated in the Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan. For the purpose of establishing relative intensity and potential impacts, the residential equivalent uses (see Definitions, section 29-2) are based on the number of beds per dwelling unit at the permitted density. Developments in this zoning district which are also located within a designated Community Redevelopment Area, as such area is defined in F.S. ch. 163 shall be reviewed by the Community Redevelopment Agency (see section 29-49) for compliance with adopted redevelopment plans. Sec Permitted Principal Uses and Structures (Subject to Provisions or Restrictions Contained Here and Elsewhere in the Chapter). Site Plans for permitted uses and structures with up to 50,000 square feet gross floor area inclusive or up to 60 units inclusive require approval by the Mayor. Uses and structures with more than 50,000 square feet gross floor area or 60 units will require Site Plan approval by the Environmental Development Commission. (1) Multifamily up to 60 units inclusive. (2) Community Residential Homes for one to 14 residents, subject to conditions set forth in section (a) and section (b). (3) Boarding and Rooming Houses of not more than 20 units. (4) Public Parks, Playgrounds and Playfields. (5) Special Residential Development of not more than 60 units inclusive. (6) Public educational facilities. Sec Permitted Accessory Uses and Structures. (1) Uses and structures which are customarily accessory and clearly incidental and subordinate to permitted or permissible uses and structures, do not involve the conduct of a business, and are not of a nature prohibited under section Page 1 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

2 (2) Guest Houses. (3) Noncommercial docks and boat houses, including tie poles in conformance with chapter 16, article V (Dock Ordinance). (4) Temporary structures and operations in connection with, and on the site of, building or land preparation developments, including dredging, and filling, grading, paving, installation of utilities, construction, erection of field offices, and structures for storage of equipment and building materials; provided a certificate of occupancy shall have been issued therefor. Sec Special Exceptions Permissible by the Environmental Development Commission (See Section 29-86). After public notice and hearing, and subject to appropriate conditions and safeguards, the Environmental Development Commission may permit (see article II, division 3): (1) Multifamily greater than 60 units. (2) Community Residential Homes for more than 14 residents, subject to conditions set forth in section (c). (3) Special Residential Developments over 60 units. See section (4) Community Service Clubs when on an arterial or collector street, as identified by the Major Street Map and made part of this chapter. (5) Golf courses. (6) Nursing Homes of not less than eight beds. (7) Cemeteries and Columbariums. (8) Day Care Centers when on an arterial or collector street as identified on the Major Street Map. Outdoor activity areas (i.e., playgrounds) for the day care center shall be visually shielded from a residential district by six-foot high solid decorative walls or fences, in accordance with the fence and wall limitations in section (9) Nongovernmental educational facilities, colleges and universities. (10) Government and Community Buildings and Uses. (11) [Reserved] (12) Utility Substations. (13) Noncommercial, Nongovernmental Neighborhood Buildings, and Uses. (14) Hospitals, provided the site abuts a major street as identified by the Major Street Map, and made part of Page 2 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

3 this chapter. Existing hospitals and expansions thereto need not meet the major street requirement. (15) Off-street Parking Lots in connection with a contiguous commercial use; in accordance with the specifications of section (16) Parking Garages. (17) Churches. (18) Bed and Breakfast Homes. (19) Boarding and Rooming Houses greater than 20 units. Sec Prohibited Uses and Structures. (1) All uses and structures not of a nature specifically or provisionally permitted herein are hereby prohibited in the RM-24/30 Residential Multifamily District. (2) Any use which the Environmental Development Commission, upon appeal, and after investigating similar uses elsewhere, shall determine to be potentially noxious, dangerous or offensive to residents of the district or to those who pass on public ways, by reason of odor, smoke, noise, glare, fumes, gas, fire, explosion or emission of particulate matter or likely for other reasons to be incompatible with the character of the district, is hereby prohibited in the RM-24/30 Residential Multifamily District. Sec Minimum Lot Requirements. Area and Width. Note: An ancillary non-residential use which exceeds three (3) acres, a transportation/utility use which exceeds three (3) acres, or an institutional use which exceeds five (5) acres, whether alone or when added to existing contiguous like use(s), shall require a Future Land Use Plan map amendment that shall include such use and all contiguous like uses. (1) Multifamily. a. Lot area: 1,815 square feet for each dwelling unit (24 units per acre). b. Lot width: 60 feet. (2) Community Residential Homes. a. Lot area: 1815 square feet for each dwelling unit and 200 square feet of living space per resident. b. Lot width: 60 feet. (3) Multifamily (with TDR). Lot area: 1,452 square feet for each unit (30 units per acre). (4) Boarding and Rooming Houses. Page 3 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

4 Lot area: 5,000 square feet. (5) Hospitals. 1. Each dwelling unit: 1,815 square feet. 2. Each boarding or rooming unit: 400 square feet. Lot area: 10 acres. (6) Residential Equivalent Uses. Minimum Lot Area of 10,000 square feet (726 square feet for each bed). (6.1) Residential Equivalent Uses with TDR. (7) Day Care Centers. Minimum lot area, 10,000 square feet (580 square feet for each bed). a. Lot area: 10,000 square feet. b. Lot width: 100 feet. (8) Bed and Breakfast Home. a. Lot area: 6,500 square feet. b. Lot width: 60 feet. (9) Churches. a. Lot area: One acre. b. Lot width: 150 feet. (10) Schools. a. Lot width: 300 feet. b. Lot area: 1. Elementary: Four acres plus one acre per 100 students and major fraction thereof. 2. Middle: Six acres plus one acre per 100 students and major fraction thereof. 3. Senior High: Eight acres plus one acre per 100 students and major fraction thereof. (11) Community and Government Buildings other than Schools. a. Lot area: One acre. b. Lot width: 200 feet. (12) Community Service Clubs. Lot area: One acre. Page 4 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

5 (13) Parking Garages. a. Lot area: 20,000 square feet. b. Lot width: 100 feet. (14) All Other Uses. As determined by the Environmental Development Commission for Special Exceptions. Sec Minimum Yard Requirements. The minimum yard depths in the RM-24/30 Residential Multifamily District shall be as required in this section. All yards abutting major streets shall be considered front yards. (1) Bed and Breakfast Homes; Multifamily and Boarding and Rooming Houses up to and including 10 units; Community Residential Homes for one to 14 residents. a. Front yards: 18 feet. b. Interior side yards: 1. Two to six units inclusive: Six feet minimum, 20 feet combined. 2. Seven to 10 units inclusive: 10 feet minimum. c. Side yards adjacent to a street: 15 feet. d. Rear yards: 20 feet; 10 feet for accessory structures. (2) Multifamily and Boarding and Rooming Houses with more than 10 units; Community Residential Homes for more than 14 residents. All exterior and interior yards, including between buildings: 20 feet. (3) Day Care Centers. a. Front yards: 25 feet. b. Interior side yards: 10 feet. c. Exterior side yards: 15 feet. d. Rear yards: 20 feet. (4) Churches. a. Front yard: 35 feet. b. Side and rear yards: 25 feet. c. No use other than off-street parking shall be located in any yard which adjoins a residentially zoned lot. (5) Schools; Colleges and Universities. a. All yards: 50 feet. b. No use other than off-street parking shall be located in any yard which adjoins a residentially zoned lot. Page 5 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

6 (6) Community and Government Buildings other than Schools. a. Front yards: 35 feet. b. Side and rear yards: 50 feet. c. No use other than off-street parking shall be located in any yard which adjoins a residentially zoned lot. (7) Residential Equivalent Uses. All yards: 25 feet. (8) Hospitals. All yards: 35 feet. (9) Community Service Clubs. a. All yards: 25 feet. b. No use other than off-street parking shall be located in any yard which adjoins a residentially zoned lot. (10) Parking Garages. All yards: 20 feet. (11) All Other Uses. As determined by the Environmental Development Commission for Special Exceptions. Sec Maximum Impervious Surface Ratio. (1) Maximum Impervious Surface Ratio (ISR) for Residential Development on lots of less than one acre: 0.70 ISR. (2) Maximum Impervious Surface Ratio (ISR) for Residential Development on lots of one acre or more:0.65 ISR. (3) Maximum Impervious Surface Ratio (ISR) for Residential Equivalent Uses: 0.70 ISR. (4) Maximum Impervious Surface Ratio (ISR) for Nonresidential Uses: 0.75 ISR. Sec Maximum Floor Area Ratio. Maximum Floor Area Ratio (FAR) for Nonresidential Uses: 0.50 Sec Maximum Height of Structures. All Structures: 50 feet. For each additional four (4) feet of height one (1) additional foot of setback will be required on all sides (see Section for Height Limitations); and subject to Airport height guidelines. Page 6 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

7 Sec Maximum Off-Street Parking, and Off-Street Loading Requirements (See Sections and , Also Chapter 16, Article IX). (1) Multifamily Dwellings. a. Intown sector: One space for each dwelling unit. b. Other sectors: 1/2 spaces for each dwelling unit. (2) Boarding and Rooming Houses. One space for each two units. (3) Community Residential Homes. a. With six or fewer residents: Two spaces. b. With seven or more residents: Two spaces, plus one space for each three residents. (4) Residential Equivalent Uses. One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area. (5) Day Care Centers. One space shall be provided for every 10 persons in the day care center. However, in no case shall there be less than two parking spaces on site. There shall be a drop-off/pick-up area on the site (preferably in the form of a circular driveway) for a minimum of three vehicles in facilities with 20 or fewer persons; for five vehicles in facilities with between 21 and 40 persons; for seven vehicles in facilities with between 41 and 60 persons; and nine vehicles in facilities with more than 60 persons. (6) Churches. One space for each 250 square feet in congregational seating area (including aisles) in church proper and in Sunday school or other meeting rooms and classrooms. Off-street space shall be provided for taking on and discharging passengers and for formation of automobile processions. (7) Schools. a. Elementary and Middle: Two spaces for each classroom or office room, plus one space for each 150 square feet of seating area (including aisles) in any auditorium or any gymnasium or cafetorium intended to be used as an auditorium. b. Senior High, Colleges and Universities: Four spaces for each classroom or office room, plus one space for each 150 square feet of seating area (including aisles) in any auditorium or any gymnasium or cafetorium intended to be used as an auditorium. (8) Governmental and Community Buildings. Four spaces for each office room, plus one space for each 150 square feet of seating area (including aisles) in any room used for public meetings. (9) Community Service Clubs. One space for each 100 square feet of gross floor area, or one space for each three seats in any room for assembly, whichever is greater; all parking shall be shielded from view by heavy plantings; no parking to be permitted in required yards of Community Service Clubs. (10) Hospitals. One space per two beds plus one space for each staff doctor. Page 7 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

8 (11) Parking for handicapped. See section (12). (12) Bed and Breakfast Homes. See section (13) All Other Uses. One space for each 200 square feet of gross floor area, or as determined by the Environmental Development Commission for Special Exceptions. Secs Reserved. Page 8 of 8 Rev. 09/01/04

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