126-30 Special Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations
The off-street parking and loading regulations of the underlying district are modified as set forth in this Section, inclusive.
(a) Accessory off-street parking shall not be permitted within a required front yard.
(b) The provisions of Section 44-21 (General Provisions) pertaining to accessory off-street parking spaces for commercial uses shall be modified as follows:
Hotels, for the floor area used for sleeping accommodations, shall be required to provide one parking space per two guest rooms or suites and, for the floor area used for meeting halls, auditoriums, eating or drinking places, wedding chapels or banquet halls, or radio or television studios, shall be required to provide one parking space per four persons-rated capacity
Places of Assembly, for uses in parking requirement category D in Use Group 6, 8, 9, 10 or 12, or when permitted by special permit, shall be required to provide one parking space per four persons-rated capacity
(c) For commercial uses within the commercial areas identified on the Special College Point District Map, the parking requirements of a C4-1 District shall apply.
(d) Section 37-90 (PARKING LOTS), inclusive, shall apply to all open parking areas accessory to manufacturing uses listed in Use Group 17. Perimeter landscaping, required pursuant to Section 37-921, may overlap with required yards, pursuant to Section 126-231.
(e) The provisions of Section 44-23 (Waiver of Requirements for Spaces Below Minimum Number) shall only apply to zoning lots existing both on July 29, 2009, and on the date of application for a building permit.
(a) Off-street loading berths shall not be permitted between a street wall and a street line. However, the City Planning Commission may authorize off-street loading berths located between a street wall and a street line, provided that the Commission finds that such loading berths can not be located elsewhere on the zoning lot and that such loading berths shall be enclosed or screened to the greatest extent practicable.
(b) All open off-street loading berths shall be screened from all adjoining zoning lots pursuant to the standards of Section 44-585 (Screening).
Within the Special College Point District, curb cuts shall be prohibited on 15th Avenue.
However, where permitted or required accessory off-street parking and loading requirements apply in a location where such curb cuts are prohibited, a curb cut may be allowed, provided that the City Planning Commission certifies to the Commissioner of Buildings that such zoning lot has access to the street only through such prohibited location and that such curb cut shall be no greater than 20 feet in width.
An application to the City Planning Commission for certification respecting such curb cut shall be accompanied by a site plan drawn to a scale of at least one-sixteenth inch to a foot, showing the size and location of the proposed curb cut.