In assembly occupancies, restrooms which are open to the public must have a ratio of 3:2 water closets provided for women as the combined total of water closets and urinals provided for men, unless these are two or fewer such fixtures for men, in accordance with Section 553.86, Florida Statutes.
1. New construction. Means new construction, building, alteration, rehabilitation or repair that equals or exceeds 50 percent of the replacement value existing on October 1, 1992, unless the same was under design or construction, or under construction contract before October 1, 1992.
2. Assembly occupancy. The use of a building or structure, or any portion thereof, for the gathering together of people for purposes such as civic, social or religious functions or for recreation, or for food or drink consumption, or awaiting transportation.
3. Historic building. For the purposes of this section, a historic building is:
1. Individually listed in the National Register of Historic Places; or
2. A contributing resource within a National Register of Historic Places listed district; or
3. Designated as historic property under an official municipal, county, special district or state designation, law, ordinance or resolution either individually or as a contributing property in a district, provided the local program making the designation is approved by the Department of the Interior (the Florida state historic preservation officer maintains a list of approved local programs); or
4. Determined eligible by the Florida State Historic Preservation Officer for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, either individually or as a contributing property in a district.