107-67 Uses and Bulk Permitted in Certain Areas
In Areas F and K, as shown in the District Plan (Map 4 in Appendix A), the City Planning Commission may authorize one or more uses in the Use Groups specified in this Section not permitted by the underlying district regulations.
As a condition for such authorization, the Commission shall find that:
(a) such uses are so located as not to impair the essential character of the surrounding area for its future development;
(b) the minimum lot area of a zoning lot on which such uses are located is at least 20 acres;
(c) vehicular access and egress for such proposed uses are located and arranged so as to draw a minimum of vehicular traffic to and through local streets in nearby residential areas; and
(d) where vehicular access and egress are located on an arterial, such location affords the best means for controlling the flow of traffic generated by such proposed uses to and from such arterial.
In each case the Commission may prescribe additional conditions and safeguards, including requirements for adequate screening, planting or landscaping.
Areas (as designated on the District Map)
Permitted Use Groups
7A 7B 7D 7E
The City Planning Commission may authorize developments that will result in more than 250 dwelling units of affordable independent residences for seniors in Area SH, as shown on the District Plan (Map 4 in Appendix A), provided such developments 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.
In order to grant such authorization, the Commission shall find that:
(a) such developments are part of a superior site plan;
(b) such residences are compatible with the character of the surrounding area; and
(c) the streets providing access to such residences are adequate to handle the traffic generated thereby or provision has been made to handle such traffic.