107-41 Type of Residence
Semi-detached or attached single-family residences in R2 Districts and attached single- or two-family residences in R3-1 Districts may be permitted by special permit of the City Planning Commission in accordance with the provisions of Section 107-74 (Modification of Permitted Use Regulations). Such residences shall comply with the minimum lot area and lot width requirements as set forth in the table in Section 107-42.
Zero lot line buildings are not permitted in the Special South Richmond Development District.
In Area SH, as shown on the District Plan (Map 4 in Appendix A), any development or enlargement comprised of affordable independent residences for seniors shall be permitted upon certification of the Chairperson of the City Planning Commission that:
(a) such development or enlargement will contain not more than 250 dwelling units of affordable independent residences for seniors, individually or in combination with other developments or enlargements within Area SH that have received prior certification pursuant to this Section;
(b) a site plan has been submitted showing a detailed plan demonstrating compliance with the provisions of this Chapter; and
(c) such residences comply with the use and bulk regulations of R3-2 Districts, except that the maximum floor area ratio, maximum lot coverage and minimum required open space shall be as set forth for R3-2 Districts in Section 23-142 (Open space and floor area regulations in R1 and R2 Districts with a letter suffix and R3 through R5 Districts), as modified by this Chapter. The provisions of Section 23-144 (Affordable independent residences for seniors) shall not apply.
Any development or enlargement that results in a total of more than 250 dwelling units of affordable independent residences for seniors in Area SH shall be permitted only upon authorization of the City Planning Commission, pursuant to Section 107-672 (In Area SH).
107-412 Special Bulk Regulations for Certain Community Facility Uses in Lower Density Growth Management Areas
The bulk regulations of this Chapter applicable to residential buildings shall apply to all zoning lots in lower density growth management areas containing buildings used for:
(a) ambulatory diagnostic or treatment health care facilities, as listed in Section 22-14 (Use Group 4), except where such zoning lot contains buildings used for hospitals, as defined in the New York State Hospital Code, or long-term care facilities; or
(b) child care services as listed under the definition of school in Section 12-10 (DEFINITIONS), except where such zoning lot contains buildings used for houses of worship or, for zoning lots that do not contain buildings used for houses of worship, where the amount of floor area used for child care services is equal to 25 percent or less of the amount of floor area permitted for community facility use on the zoning lot.