Residential Density Impacts Development Costs! Units Target Population Total Costs Per Unit 22 Special Needs,TAY $16,884,610 $770,000 23 Special Needs $15,290,623 $650,000 93 Senior $32,739,739 $355,000 93 Family $45,440,000 $488,000 42 SpecialNeeds $24,815,000 $600,000 41 Special Needs $25,138,061 $600,000 • Six projects currentl . Residential Intensification Zone.i. Medium-Density Residential Zone. iv. Large Lot Residential Zone. d) The provisions of this chapter are designed to assist in meeting the density targets of the Regional Policy Statement. e) The District Plan also provides for special character residential areas in Chapter 5: Special Character Zones 9102.01 - Residential Zones 2-2 November 2016 F. R-3-R Restricted High Density Residential Zone. The R-3-R zone is intended to provide areas for medium to high-density residential development at a density of 12 to 30 units per acre but restricted to one story in height. Accessory uses compatibl
Residential 1. Residential 1 is the zoning which stipulates that properties can have a density of only one dwelling per stand or erf, that is, a house. An example here would be as follows: Firstly, one is allowed to build one house on the property in terms of this zoning. Coverage permitted is 40%, which means that on a 1 000-square metre stand. R-3: Limited High-Density Residential. R-4: High-Density Residential. For examples of Middle Housing in Eugene, check out the Missing Middle Housing Handbook! Note: To keep this Quick Guide high-level, Special Area Zones are not included, although some Special Area Zones allow Middle Housing. To explore those areas, visit the online Land Use Code
housing unit sizes Density the underlying zone 2 times the maximum number of detached dwelling units allowed in Retain existing provisions NA No density amendment is warranted in order to preserve compatibility with single-family neighborhoods Max Floor Area Ratio (F.A.R.) 0.35 Allow the same FAR as would apply to a single-family house built o Density (RMD-15) Residential single unit and multiple unit dwellings ; 2-acre minimum tract area; Allows detached, attached, and multi-unit residential dwellings up to 25 d.u./ac. Residential Medium Density (RMD-25) 25.11.03 - Land Use Tables. The uses permitted in the Residential Medium Density Zones are shown in the table below
Currently, detached sleeping quarters are allowed in all residential zones. These structures function very similarly to an Accessory Dwelling Unit. The key differences are that a full kitchen is not permitted, the maximum area is restricted to 50% of the area of the primary unit, and the building height is restricted to a maximum of 12 feet F. R-3-R Restricted High Density Residential Zone. The R-3-R zone is intended to provide areas for medium to high-density residential development at a density of 12 to 30 units per acre but restricted to one story in height. Accessory uses co mpatible with the residential use of the zone are also permitted G. R-1250 (High Density Residential) Zone. The R-1250 zone is intended primarily as a zone for high-density residential development with a minimum of twelve hundred fifty (1,250) square feet of lot area per dwelling unit or approved overlay zone uses, in conformance with the comprehensive general plan of the city. The location of the R iii. Townhouse High Density (THD). b. Density, height, and other standards and requirements vary with allowed uses and building types. c. The TLD, TMD, and THD zones will be applied on the Zoning Map by showing their zoning classification symbols. 3. Residential Multi-Unit Zones a. There are 3 Residential Multi-Unit zone classifications: i Code Land Use Name Residential Density Ranges Preferred Product Type or Zoning LDR Low Density Residential 1 to 3 units/acre Single-family homes on large and estate lots MDR Medium Density Residential 3 to 8 units/acre Mix of dwelling unit types MHDR Medium High Density Residential 8 to 12 units/acre Mix of dwelling unit type
F. Maximum Density. When there are no properties zoned R-I (residential estate) or R-2 (one unit residential) abutting the subject R4 (high density residential) property, the maximum allowed density is thirty units to the acre. When not more than twenty-five percent of the lot perimeter i maximum of 2 dwelling units is allowed per lot. The maximum lot coverage is 50 percent. The minimum lot size is 2,900 square feet per dwelling unit. The minimum lot width is 20 feet, except where abutting a lot in an R-1 zone, in which case the minimum lot width is 25 feet. The minimum lot width of corner lots is 38 feet B. The dwelling unit on the lot shall not exceed 1,000 square feet in total area, excluding any garage area. The dwelling unit and any garage shall not exceed 1,500 square feet in total area. A covenant shall be recorded against the title of the lot prohibiting expansion of the dwelling unit. C. The dwelling unit on the lot must conform to all.
consolidation of the R5 and R6 zones • permits low density residential (singles, semis, duplex) Residential 4 Residential 5 (RM5): • carries forward the RM3 zone and standards • permits high density residential . Residential . 3. Zoning For 'Established gross floor area of the principal dwelling unit. • Tandem parking space is. A-R AGRICULTURAL-RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT: To provide for the transition of agricultural land no longer used for extensive agricultural purposes into residential areas, while preserving agricultural uses compatible with residential development. Gross density shall not exceed one single-family dwelling unit per five (5) acres A guide to residential uses in residential zoning districts. HOUSING TYPES A dwelling unit located on a single lot with private yards on all four sides. A dwelling unit located on a single lot with private yards on three sides. The unit has only a single side yard comprising the equivalent of two side yards of a singlefamily-detached house Zone RPD: Residential Planned Development Permitted Uses: Single family residences (22.20.460A) Planned unit development with approved CUP (22.20.460B) Minimum Required Area (unless otherwise specified) 5000 sq. ft./lot (22.52.100, 22.52.250) 5 acres/development project (22.20.460B1) Density - as established by CUP & zoning (22.20.460B2 permits a maximum density of 1 dwelling unit for each 1,000 square feet of lot area • CO-1-2 is intended to accommodate a mix of office and residential uses that serve as an employment center and permits a maximum density of 1 dwelling unit for each 1,500 square feet of lot area (2) The following zones prohibit residential development
General Information. Zoning is the method by which governments designate the allowed uses for particular areas. To find out the zoning of a specific property, please view the Zoning Map, or contact the Planning and Building Division using the contact information to the left and include the property address and/or parcel number. The City also maintains a Future Land Use Map as part of the. Zoning Text Amendment No.: 20-07 4 18 Where Single-Unit Living is allowed as a limited use, it must satisfy 19 the following standards: 20 a. In the GR, NR, and EOF zones, the gross floor area of all 21 Household Living uses is limited to 30% of the gross floor area 22 on the subject site. 23 b. In the LSC zone, all Household Living uses are limited to 30 Residential Zone (CR2) and the Coastal High Density Residential Zone (CR3). Ensure that new construction ADUs are sited and designed to be compatible with the primary residence on site. Eliminate the requirement that the owner must occupy either the ADU or the primary dwelling unit. Require that the owner must occupy either the JADU or the.
commerce, with allowed densities ranging from one (1) dwelling unit per forty (40) acres up to one (1) dwelling unit per five (5) acres. A density of one (1) dwelling unit per two and a half (2.5) acres is allowed within the Rural Residential category provided the property is within the Truckee Meadows Services Area, as amended To learn about residential development and other uses allowed in these zoning districts, see SMC 17C.130.100, Industrial Zones Primary Uses, and SMC 17C.130.110, Limited Use Standards. Related Documents. Accessory Dwelling Unit (PDF 160 KB) Accessory Dwelling Unit: Overview (apartment in owner-occupied home or accessory structure) (PDF 872 KB
are independent of the primary dwelling unit. The sepa-rate living spaces are equipped with kitchen and bath- that is high density, transit-oriented, mixed-use, and dwelling units are permitted in designated residential zones on lots that are at least 5,000 square feet in area. No more . development Chapter 20.10 Regulations for High Density Residential (HDR) 20.10.040 Principal Uses Allowed, Coastal Administrative Permit Required in Each Case. A. The first single family dwelling per legal lot of record; B. Single family dwellings, between 5-8 dwelling units/acre, gross The number of dwelling units allowed per acre is reflected by the number associated with the zone. For example, a property that is zoned R-3 is High Density Multi-Family Residential inside the urban growth boundary and has a maximum density of 20 dwelling units per acre The average unit size is 357 square feet and the proposed residential density is 49 dwelling units per acre, with a maximum of 27 dwelling units per acre allowed on this 15,005 square foot parcel. The General Plan Land Use Designation is Medium High Density Residential, allowing 15-27 dwelling units per acre Zone Purpose of Zone Density (du/ac) Min. Lot Area (sq.ft.) Max. Height (ft.) Max. FAR Residential Allowed Land Use Designation CN Zones Provide residential areas access to a limited number of convenient retail and personal service uses
Lot Area 4. Density a. Units per Acre In the Agricultural, Rural Residential, and Residential zones, the maximum permitted density is measured by the number of dwelling units allowed per lot area, site, or usable area. b. Floor Area Ratio (FAR) In the Commercial/Residential, Employment, and Industrial zones, the The number of dwelling units allowed on a property is calculated by multiplying the allowable density by the allowable acreage. Density is a ratio of the number of dwelling units allowed per acres of land (for allowable densities by zone see Section 17.420.050 Kitsap County Code) Low density development is discouraged and mid-rise, multi-unit residential living is encouraged. This increased density requires a high standard of design. A resource consent is required for more than dwelling on a site in the zone
Defaults to zoning standards generally, but in the R-4 and R-6 zones, an ADU may be allowed in the required rear setback provided that it is not located closer than 10 feet to the rear lot line: Defaults to zoning standards generally, but in low density residential zones, DADUs are allowed within 5 feet rear property line or alle Residential (MDR), and High Density Residential (HDR). Various housing types, ranging from detached single-family dwelling units to attached multi-family structures are allowed in the various categories. In order to encourage infill and redevelopment on existing lots of record within the Urban Development Areas (U P A and U A), the net density ma High Density - The High Density tier applies to lots with a General Plan land use designation of High Density Residential. It allows densities ranging from 28-36 dwelling units per acre. The maximum average unit size for the High Density would range from 970 to 1,245 square feet of floor area depending on the number of units per acre being. Project Background Information. The City of Hamilton is completing Zoning By-law No. 05-200 in stages; the Residential Zone project is the last major component. It focuses mainly on the Urban Area of Hamilton. Stage 1 Low Density Background Discussion Papers, Technical Papers and development of Low Density Zones (areas where the predominate land uses are single detached dwellings, semi.
calculated in compliance with Table 4 (CM Zone Density Equivalents), below, shall not exceed the maximum specified in Table 2 (CM Zone Maximum Density) for each zoning designation shown in Table 2 below unless a greater number of dwelling units may be allowed in compliance with Housing Policy 6 of the Isla Vista Master Plan, the Isla Vista Built Statewide ADU reform has stalled out. (Photo by Doug Trumm) On Monday, the Burien City Council approved a slate of accessory dwelling unit (ADU) reforms. The reforms should make it easier to build ADUs such as backyard cottages and basement apartments in single-family areas and encourage more property owners to invest in them Transit Mixed Use (3) zone; a floor area ratio of 2.0 in the Village Commercial (5) zone, 0.50 in the Village Commercial (3) zone, and 0.50 in the Residential/ Professional zone. 3. Residential land use assumes a minimum residential density in each zone. The maximum number of dwelling units assumes 150% of the minimum density. Table 3
to begin to see more housing in these areas in the near future for a number of reasons: The Housing Needs Analysis (HNA) found there is not enough high-density residential land to accommodate demand for multifamily units over the next 20 years, which will put pressure on developing in other areas, e.g., commercial areas, where multifamil . Zoning Zoned R-3 Residential, Land use - high density residential and Neighborhood Infill Boarding Houses are a permitted use, However the plans show individual kitchens like an apartment- no central food prep or serving area as defined Maximum dwelling units per net acre - 48 plus one for each 1,000 square feet of indoor common area for social, recreational, or educational purposes; R-10: Multifamily High Density Residential Provides for suitable sites for high density residential in proximity to commercial and cultural centers; also permits single-family detached dwellings allowed. Density. A Conditional Use Permit for an HOHD or MHOHD is required for a development with a density greater than 13 dwelling units per acre in the Suburban Commercial (SC) zone and 29 dwelling units per acre in all other Commercial and Transect Zones. Maximum Number of Bedrooms per Acre
Low Density Residential Zone (R2) Medium High Density Residential (R8) Medium High Density Residential - Manufactured Home (R8M) High Density Residential (R12) Very High Density Residential (R20) COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS . R1M - One dwelling unit per acre. b. R8M - Eight (8) dwelling units per acre This document is intended to be a high-level guide to the changes that are outlined fully in Ordinance 2018-53. Please consult City staff or the ordinance for additional detail. The Changes • Neighborhood Residential (RN) zone replaces former R-60, R-72, and R-96 zones o RN does not have a minimum lot size or lot dimension
HDR in the Urban Priority Area is intended to provide compact high density mixed use development. High density residential development which includes limited commercial uses which serve the residential component of HDR developments as well as adjacent neighborhoods is preferred to reduce the number of Vehicles Miles Traveled. Residential (MDR), and High Density Residential (HDR). Various housing types, ranging Notwithstanding the density limitation of the residential categories, one dwelling unit will density of development permitted in this category shall be the same as allowed in Low Density Residential (LDR) without such services.. This part contains the Urban and Suburban residential zones that apply to the City and includes: In the Urban/Suburban area the R1- Residential First Density (detached dwellings), R2- Residential Second Density (two unit dwellings), R3- Residential Third Density (townhouse dwellings), R4- Residential Fourth Density (low rise apartments), R5- Residential Fifth Density (mid/high-rise apartments.
Residential uses (as a single use or as a development component) are permitted and shall meet one of the following standards: (a) The density shall be based on the residential portion of the site. The residential component shall have a minimum density of twenty (20) dwelling units per acre within ¼ mile walking distance from a transit station All of California's Accessory Dwelling Units requirements in one place. Understanding SB 1069 and AB 2299, California's landmark housing legislation. Find the statewide default zoning codes for granny flats, in-law units, garage conversions and other secondary units. Compare them with your city's zoning codes and check your property to estimate the current ADU potential of your home There are two RR zonings: Rural Residential-5 (RR-5) and. Rural Residential-2 (RR-2). The intent of the Rural Residential Districts includes justified sites plus committed areas. The County's plan prescribes and allocates a finite number of rural dwelling/units/acreage. The zoning ordinance will specify permitted uses and minimum lot sizes
located. Accessory dwellings may be allowed in single-family residential areas provided that all of the following requirements shall be met: a. No more than one accessory dwelling unit shall be permitted on any residential lot. b. An accessory dwelling unit shall not exceed 800 square feet of heated and cooled area. c Section 29-2.2(a) - Residential Zone Districts. (1) R-1: One-Family Dwelling District. (i) Purpose. This district is intended to promote and preserve safe and attractive urban one-family residential neighborhoods. The principal land use is a one-family dwelling unit per lot. Some public recreational uses, religious facilities, educationa In the first place, parking in residential areas consists of more than merely providing an adequate number of parking spaces; it involves finding the proper place to park cars. Most of the newer residential areas are developed at a sufficiently low density to provide needed space along the street acre density. Thus, for example, a residential development with a density of one dwelling unit per acre would not be allowed in Zone B, while a development that was developed at a lower density of one unit per three acres may be acceptable. Commercial and other nonresidential uses might be allowed only if they do not exceed specified densities.
This bill would additionally authorize a local government to pass an ordinance ordinance, notwithstanding any local restrictions on adopting zoning ordinances, to zone any parcel for up to 10 units of residential density per parcel, at a height specified by the local government in the ordinance, if the parcel is located in a transit-rich area, a jobs-rich area, or an urban infill site. site. D High Density Multifamily dwelling units at a maximumdensity of 32 dwelling units / acre with design standards UR Urban Residential Higher density, residential only, form-based development for mixed-use growth centers and urban villages, to provide multi family land use in transitional areas between mixed use and one- and two. transitions from residential to commercial areas. New lots in this zone are a minimum of 6,000 square feet. No maximum is designated, although development cannot exceed 10 dwelling units per acre. This zone replaces the R-2 and R-3 zones. R-MH Zone (Medium High Density Residential). This zone is intended to allow for attached housing units such.
RH (Residential High Density): The RH district is intended to accommodate high-intensity multifamily residential development, plus related civic and residential-supportive uses, to provide an adequate mix of housing types throughout the community. This district can also serve as a transition between other lower-density districts and the. Medium High density residential. The Medium-High density tier allows the development of projects at residential densities ranging from fifteen (15) to twenty-seven (27) dwelling units per acre. The maximum average unit-size within the Medium-High density tier varies from 1,450 square feet of floor area to 90 The maximum number of residential dwelling units permitted by The Ar-boretum Specific Plan shall be 3,526. The approximate number of dwell-ing units within each residential planning area is established in Chapter 4, Community Structure. Each planning area contains a target adjusted gross density and an approximate number of dwelling units. High-Density Multifamily Residential (RH-24 and RH-36). The RH-24 and RH-36 districts are established to provide opportunities for a variety of medium- to high-density residential development designed to be compatible with their sites and surroundings. -unit Housing types include singl
Community corrections are still not allowed in single-unit and two-unit zone districts, and some row house zone districts (RH-2.5). Cap the number of smaller facilities serving up to 10 people in a single area to avoid overburdening neighborhoods Local governments may allow some dwelling unit or site density increases for residential planned unit developments above the densities determined in the evaluation if all dimensional standards in part 6120.3300 are met or exceeded. Maximum density increases may only be allowed if all design criteria in subpart 5, item B, are also met or exceeded Maximum number of units 1 dwelling unit per 1,800 square feet of net lot (SCMC 17.32), Residential zone special development standards . 8. Interior Residential High Density (RH) areas. The purpose and intent of RH areas is described in Chapter 2, Land Use Plan Every effort is made to keep this site accurate and up to date, however the current version on file at the offices of the Department of Transportation and Development is the final authority. For questions about interpretation of these regulations, please contact the Planning and Zoning Division at 503-742-4500
is designated in the certified LUP as a high-density residential lot (26-40 DU/AC), which corresponds to the R-3 zone in the City's uncertified zoning code. The Residential Zone Requirements in the certified LUP state that a minimum of 950 square feet is required for each dwelling unit on an R-3 lot A number appearing opposite a use in the special conditions column indicates that special provisions apply to the use in all zones. A number in a cell particular to a use and zone(s) indicates that special provisions apply to the use category for that zone(s). The conditions follow the schedule of uses, in Section 3.060 In the group-housing section of the proposed zoning ordinance (1950) for Greensboro, North Carolina, minimum lot areas for two-family building types must be calculated on the basis of 4,000 square feet per family. For row houses of three or more units, an allowance of 3,600 square feet per dwelling unit is required for new land division shall comply with the maximum allowed residential dwelling unit density and minimum lot sizes computed in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Slope/Density Tables in this Section. The maximum allowable densities and the minimum allowable lot sizes shall be based upon net land area (after subtracting publi 4A.2.2.1 Rezone areas to allow more residential development types Description. Changing current low-density residential zones to one that allows a higher density of housing or changing commercial zones to allow a mixture of residential and commercial uses would allow for more units to be built within the zone
RESIDENTIAL HIGH DENSITY R-4 1,250 - 1,000 34.5 - 43.5 CVCBD Land Use Group E Subareas 8, 9 Subarea 9 Limitations: Allowed on parcels west of Redwood Road only. 40 - 60 Notes: 1. The minimum building site per dwelling unit establishes the minimum developable lot area required for one dwelling unit. 2 A. Dwelling Density. 1. Permitted Uses. (a) The maximum overall dwelling density for any new development shall not exceed: i. one (1) dwelling per five (5) acres in the VLDR-5 District; ii. one (1) dwelling per two and one-half (2 2) acres in the VLDR-2 2 District; an residential development within the residential zones (b) To facilitate a high standard of residential development that has regard R3 Medium Density Residential (d) R4 High Density Residential. Blacktown Development Control Plan 2015 Part C - Page 7 of 98 generally prohibiting medium and high density housing types in these areas
No office - residential zoning shall be established on any parcel less than ten thousand (10,000) square feet. C. Building height. No building shall exceed twenty-four (24) feet in height. D. Density. The minimum gross land area per dwelling unit shall be three thousand five hundred (3,500) square feet. E. Building setback. 1 High Density Residential. The High Density Residential designation is intended to provide the majority of the highest density residential uses and is located in such a manner to support Leitrim's commercial areas and be close to transit routes. Permitted uses include low and mid-rise apartments R3, R4, and R5 Zones You are allowed to utilize the small lot ordinance within R3, R4, and R5 properties. However, we have found that the price of these high-density, multiple-residential dwelling properties often force you to stack as many units as possible in order to minimize the land-price-per-unit cost and maximize your profit potential (ii) One point if all residential zoning districts have a minimum density standard of at least 50 percent of maximum density allowed, with optional exemptions for lands that do not qualify as buildable lands under OAR 660-008-0005(2) and lands that are being partitioned as defined by ORS 92.010(7) A. Any building or use permitted in R-20/25 Residential Zones, Section 3-02.1 hereof. B. Two-family dwellings except that the minimum land area per dwelling unit shall be 12,000 square feet. 3-04.2 Special Permit Uses The Planning and Zoning Commission may, by special permit, allow the following uses o
General Plan density designation for urban multi-family land uses is calculated by the number of dwelling units allowed per acre. Without the use of density unit equivalents, this traditional density allowance is the same regardless of the size of the unit—i.e., a project is allowed the same number of Senior citizen housing may be allowed at a maximum density of 30 dwelling units per acre subject to a conditional use permit and the development standards specif ied in SMMC Section 12-8.18. 5. In the case where a number follows the zoning designation, that number specifies the minimum lot size (e.g., R-1 6,000 specifies a 6,000 sq. ft. minimum. A basic RSL block reveals surprising inflexibility if you don't want to add a dwelling. 3. Eliminate new Maximum Net Unit Area limit. Maximum Net Unit Area is a new, unique limitation that only. (4) Maximum allowable residential density means the density allowed under the zoning ordinance and land use element of the general plan, or, if a range of density is permitted, means the maximum allowable density for the specific zoning range and land use element of the general plan applicable to the project Eugene has long allowed for secondary dwellings in the R-1 Low Density Residential zone subject to development standards such as height, setbacks, building size, owner-occupancy and parking. Secondary dwellings are also allowed in certain special area zones (including Chambers, Chas