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43-00 Applicability and General Provisions
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The bulk regulations of this Chapter apply to any building or other structure on any zoning lot or portion of a zoning lot located in any Manufacturing District. The bulk regulations of this Chapter shall also apply to any portion of a zoning lot in a Manufacturing District that is developed or enlarged with an open use. In addition, the bulk regulations of this Chapter or of specified Sections thereof also apply in other provisions of this Resolution where they are incorporated by cross reference.
Existing buildings or other structures which do not comply with one or more of the applicable bulk regulations are non-complying buildings or other structures and are subject to the regulations set forth in Article V, Chapter 4.
Special regulations applying to large-scale community facility developments are set forth in Article VII, Chapter 8.
Special regulations applying only in Special Purpose Districts are set forth in Article VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII and XIV.
In Manhattan Community Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Brooklyn Community Districts 1, 2, 6 and 8, and Queens Community Districts 1 and 2, the conversion of non-residential floor area to residences in buildings erected prior to December 15, 1961, or January 1, 1977, as applicable, shall be subject to the provisions of Article I, Chapter 5 (Residential Conversion within Existing Buildings), unless such conversions meet the requirements for residential developments of Article II (Residence District Regulations).
In M1-1D, M1-2D, M1-3D, M1-4D and M1-5D Districts, the bulk regulations governing M1 Districts shall apply to community facility, commercial and manufacturing uses, and the regulations of Section 43-61 (Bulk Regulations for Residential Uses in M1-1D Through M1-5D Districts) shall apply to residential uses authorized pursuant to Section 42-47 (Residential Uses in M1-1D Through M1-5D Districts). M1-6D Districts shall be subject to the bulk regulations set forth in Section 43-62.
In the M1-1 District bounded by 95th Avenue, 148th Street, 97th Avenue and 147th Place in Community District 12 in the Borough of Queens, the bulk regulations of an M1 District shall apply to manufacturing, commercial and community facility uses, and the bulk regulations for an R5 District set forth in Article II, Chapter 3, shall apply to residential uses.
Special regulations applying in the waterfront area are set forth in Article VI, Chapter 2.
Special regulations applying in the flood zone are set forth in Article VI, Chapter 4.
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In all districts, as indicated, all developments, or enlargements of 20 percent or more in floor area, excluding developments or enlargements in Use Groups 17 or 18, shall provide street trees in accordance with Section 26-41 (Street Tree Planting). In addition, any building where 20 percent or more of the floor area is converted from a manufacturing use to a commercial or community facility use shall provide street trees in accordance with Section 26-41. The street frontage used to calculate the number of required trees may exclude the street frontage occupied by curb cuts serving uses listed in Use Groups 16B, 16C and 16D.
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