In the Sherman Creek Subdistrict A, Parcels 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, as shown on Map 4 (Waterfront Access Plan: Parcel Designation) in the Appendix to this Chapter, the following regulations shall apply.
(a) Shore public walkways
(1) Waterfront zoning lots that have a shoreline measuring more than 100 feet shall provide a shore public walkway as required by Section 62-53 (Requirements for Shore Public Walkways).
(2) Zoning lots within or partially within 40 feet of the shoreline that do not abut the shoreline, or that contain a shoreline measuring 100 feet or less shall provide either:
(i) a shore public walkway, located partly on the zoning lot and partly on an adjoining waterfront zoning lot; or
(ii) a shore public walkway on any portion of the zoning lot within 40 feet of the shoreline. Such shore public walkway shall have a minimum width of 14 feet, and its pedestrian circulation path shall connect to and provide access from adjoining public streets, parks or public places. Such shore public walkway shall extend beyond 40 feet of the shoreline as necessary to satisfy the minimum dimensional requirements, but the total area of the shore public walkway need not exceed an area equivalent to that portion of the zoning lot within 40 feet of the shoreline. The provisions of Section 62-62 (Design Requirements for Shore Public Walkways and Supplemental Public Access Areas) shall be modified to allow the circulation path to have a minimum width of 10 feet and to be located entirely beyond 10 feet from the shoreline. In addition, for Parcels 6, 7 or 8, the planting requirements set forth in paragraph (c)(1) of Section 62-62 need not apply.
Where the zoning lot does not include all of the adjacent shoreline, the design of the shore public walkway shall be compatible with the future improvement of public access areas on the land between the zoning lot and the shoreline.
(3) The primary circulation path required pursuant to Section 62-62 shall be provided at a minimum elevation of 7.5 feet above the shoreline, except that such requirement need not include portions of a circulation path that slope downward to meet the elevation of an existing publicly accessible sidewalk.
(b) Supplemental public access areas
On Parcel 5, no supplemental public access area shall be required.