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In all districts, as indicated, all permitted or required off-street parking spaces, open or enclosed, accessory to any permitted use shall be provided on the same zoning lot as the building or use to which such spaces are accessory, except as provided in the following Sections:
Section 44-32 (Off-site Spaces for All Permitted Uses)
Section 44-33 (Joint and Shared Facilities)
Section 44-34 (Additional Regulations for Required Spaces When Provided Off-site)
Section 73-45 (Modification of Off-site Parking Provisions)
Such exceptions to the requirement that the spaces be provided on the same zoning lot as the building or use to which they are accessory shall not apply in the case of spaces provided in a permitted public parking garage in accordance with the provisions of Section 44-46 (Accessory Off-street Parking Spaces in Public Parking Garages).
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In all districts, as indicated, all permitted or required off-street parking spaces accessory to any permitted use may be provided on a zoning lot other than the same zoning lot as such use but within the same district or an adjoining C8 or Manufacturing District. However, all required spaces shall be not more than 600 feet from the nearest boundary of the zoning lot on which such use is located.
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In all districts, as indicated, required accessory off-street parking spaces may be provided in facilities designed to serve jointly two or more buildings or zoning lots, provided that:
(a) the number of spaces in such joint facilities shall be not less than that required in the following Sections for the combined floor area, lot area, rated capacity, or other such unit of measurement in such buildings or zoning lots:
Section 44-21 (General Provisions)
Section 44-22 (Special Provisions for a Single Zoning Lot With Uses Subject to Different Parking Requirements).
(b) all such spaces conform to the provisions of Section 44-32 (Off-site Spaces for All Permitted Uses); and
(c) the design and layout of such joint facilities meet standards of adequacy set forth in regulations promulgated by the Commissioner of Buildings.
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In the districts indicated, required accessory off-street parking spaces may be provided for houses of worship in facilities designed to be shared with other permitted non-residential uses, in any district, provided that:
(a) no more than 25 percent of the spaces in such facilities may be used to satisfy the parking requirement for both the house of worship and other permitted non-residential uses, except that such percentage may be increased by the Commissioner of Buildings if it can be demonstrated that such additional parking spaces would not be used by the house of worship and other permitted non-residential uses at the same times;
(b) all such spaces are no further than 600 feet from the nearest boundary of the zoning lot containing the house of worship; and
(c) all such spaces conform to all applicable regulations of the district in which they are located.
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In all districts, as indicated, when required accessory off-street parking spaces are provided off the site in accordance with the provisions of Sections 44-32 (Off-site Spaces for All Permitted Uses) or 44-33 (Joint and Shared Facilities), the following additional regulations shall apply:
(a) Such spaces shall be in the same ownership (single fee ownership or alternative ownership arrangements of the zoning lot definition in Section 12-10) as the use to which they are accessory, and shall be subject to deed restrictions filed in an office of record, binding the owner and his heirs and assigns to maintain the required number of spaces available throughout the life of such use.
(b) Such spaces shall conform to all applicable regulations of the district in which they are located.
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In all districts, as indicated, accessory off-street parking spaces, whether permitted or required and whether open or enclosed, shall be used primarily for the owners, occupants, employees, customers, or visitors of the use or uses to which such spaces are accessory.
Car sharing vehicles may occupy accessory off-street parking spaces in group parking facilities containing 20 spaces or more; however, the number of spaces so occupied shall not exceed 10 percent of all parking spaces in such group parking facilities.
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In all districts, as indicated, automotive repairs or the sale of motor fuel, motor oil, or automotive accessories are not permitted in connection with the operation of accessory off-street parking spaces.
However where such parking spaces are provided in a building or other structure, minor automotive repairs (not including body work) are permitted, and not more than three motor fuel pumps may be provided. However, no motor fuel shall be sold to persons who are not using the parking spaces. The provisions of this Section are not applicable to accessory off-street parking spaces provided in public parking garages.