1 Z (RB) E-1 REGULATIONS Front Yard YARD, LOT, AND SPACE 00. \.,, Max.-6Oft. Mm. 15 ft. maximum front yard right-of-ways other way is dedicated existing Ft. Worth ft. from Ft. Worth Ave. or rights of way Worth Ave. if no maximum front yard Ave. right of way, adjacent to Ft. setback. In 4A & 48, adjacent to the if a public right of is 50 ft.; in 4A, is 100 feet on all is located in the of off-street parking Subdistrict 4A & 4B than Ft. Worth Ave. more than one row 50 Max. - feet Walter Drive is five Mm. 15 ft. Boulevard and Mm. 5 ft. (for at Subdistrict 4A & 4B Max. -15 ft. from Colorado minimum front yard no minimum; in 48 least 50% of the façade front). in height. structure above 45 ft. for that 20-ft. front 2, additional Subdistrict Worth Ave. portion of a yard setback from Ft. Max. -60 ft. Min.l5ft. In. 45 ft. in height. structure above setback for that front yard portion of a Min.6ft.(no Max. l5ft. Additional 20 ft. the façade front) less than 50% of SUBDISTRICTS: I EXHIBIT 714 E
2 SUBDISTRICTS: is 50 feet measured from the Ft. Worth Ave. right of way shown on the 4A & 48 existing Ft. Worth Ave. right of way Exhibit 7141 Subdistrict 4A & 4B: Structures fronting Ft. Worth Ave. or a right of way dedicated adjacent to Ft. Worth Ave. must be within the Ft. Worth Ave. setback area for a minimum of 60 percent of the lot width. In 4A, structures fronting current or future rightof-way dedications must be located in the setback area for 60 percent of the lot width. In 48, structures fronting Walter Drive or Colorado Boulevard E-2 YARD, LOT, AND SPACE REGULATIONS Z (RB)
3 Z (RB) REGULATIONS YARD, LOT, AND SPACE SUBDISTRICTS: E-3 height. Does residential above 45 ft. in district or of a structure MF(A) applies, applies. ft. of that portion ME, or yard condition condition applies. yard condition rear. adjacent to condition applies, condition applies, condition applies. Side and rear yard No Mm. side & 20 ft. when 20 ft. same 20 ft. same 20 ft. same and rear yard across from No mm. in all No mm. in all other No mm. in all height above 45 TH(A), CH, Additional side Additional side yard Additional side for each 2 ft. in D(A), TH, setback of 1 ft. R, R(A), D, other cases. cases. other cases. Additional side or directly exempt from the requirements but must be within five feet of the edge of a car/trolley shelter is front yard and 4B a street roadway. In Subdistricts 4A in a residential use. yard facing garage percent of the street area for at least 60 within the setback must be located frontage. A front door is not permitted EXHIBIT 714 E
4 EXHIBIT 714 E feet for that SUBDISTRICTS: Side and rear yard structure cases. 00 -f SPACE YARD, LOT, AND REGULATIONS (continued) side and setback greater than shelter is exempt rear yard requirements but streetcar/trolley roadway. cases. Z (RB) E-4 mixed-use component). must be within five mixed-use project with component); and No use (Only for 4A feet of the edge of a require a above 45 above 45 ft. rear yard setback of 1 rear yard Does not require not a total side or rear yard setback ft. a residential In 4A & 4B a carport is allowed within the 4A&4B,a No mm. in all other from the side and Additional ft. for each 2 ft. in height portion of a in height. total side or 30 ft. In Subdistricts 4A & 4B: 20 feet where adjacent to or directly across an alley from an R, R(A), D, D(A), TH, TH(A), CH, ME, or MF(A) district or a residential Subdistrict: but not a a residential minimum in all other Dwelling Unit Density side or rear yard. project with use (not a greater than 30
5 Z (RB) E-5 unit size is 450 sq. ft. Maximum dwelling REGULATIONS YARD, LOT, AND SPACE SUBDISTRICTS:. 4: 00 Same Same Same Same Same density. No max. dwelling unit EXHIBIT 714 E
6 Maximum FAR varies depending on whether the development is an MUP as follows: Use Category Base MUP=2 MUP=2 MUP=3 (no MUP) (no res.) (with res.) (with res.) Lodging Office Residential Retail and Personal Svc Total Except as otherwise provided in this subparagraph, if any Z (RB) E - 6 Floor area ratio (See below.) Same Same Same Same Same FAR Height Subdistrict 1A is 145 Subdistrict 2A is 60 ft. 180 ft 60 ft. Maximum structure ft. 60 ft. height Subdistrict lb is 40 Subdistrict 2B is (RPS criterion (RPS criterion applies) (RPS criterion ft. 80 ft. applies.) applies.) Subdistricts 4A: If any portion of Except as otherwise a structure is provided in over 26 feet in Subparagraph (B), Height height, that maximum structure portion may not height for Subdistrict 4A Maximum structure height be located is 180 feet. (continued) above a residential Residential proximity proximity slope slope -for MF(1) (RPS). adjacency.
7 Except for chimneys, structures listed in Section 51A-4.408(a)(2) may project through the slope to a height not to exceed the maximum structure height, or 12 feet above the slope, whichever is less. Chimneys may project through the slope to a height 12 feet above the slope and 12 feet above the maximum structure height. Height portion of a structure is over 20 feet in height, Maximum structure height that portion may not be (continued) located above a residential proximity slope. The residential proximity slope is an angle measured at a one to two (1 rise over 2 run) slope plus 7 feet incline from the site of origination and the extent of the slope is infinite, as shown on the attached Exhibit G. The residential proximity slope does not apply to a residential use with a ) structure 40 feet in height or less. Z (RB) E 7
8 Z (RB) E-8 Height The residential proximity slope terminates 150 feet from the site of may not be located the attached Exhibit G. origination as shown on from the site of proximity slope. The proximity slope is an run) plus 7 feet incline structure is over 20 feet angle measured as a one to two (1 rise over 2 above a residential in height, that portion If any portion of a Residential proximity slope. maximum structure Subparagraph (B), the Except as provided in height is 50 feet. Maximum height. Subdistrict 4B: Creek Addition as lines of the Wedglea (continued) the site of origination is the north and northwest shown on Exhibit H. Maximum structure height portion of Subdistrict 4A, For the southern most EXHIBIT 714 E
9 Height Maximum structure height (continued) origination. Except for chimneys, structures listed in Section 51A-4.408(a)(2) may project through the slope to a height not to exceed the maximum structure height, or 12 feet above the slope, whichever is less. Chimneys may project through the residential proximity slope to a height 12 feet above the residential proximity slope and 12 feet above the maximum structure height. cx Lot Coverage Maximum lot coverage is Same Same Same Same Same 80% (excluding surface parking lots and 4A & 48 maximum lot underground parking coverage is 90 percent structures). Z (RB) E-9
10 No minimum lot size. Same Same Same Same Same Z (RB) E - 10 Lot Size. Stories above grade. (Levels in parking garage 1A is 11. 2A is are not counted as stories but may not exceed the 1 B is 3. 2B is 6. 4B is 3. maximum height requirements within the respective subdistrict.)
11 Z (RB) Retail and personal In 4A and 4B, retail and personal service uses, one space per 250 square feet of floor parking. Above-grade off-street Parking is permitted on any level of a building. Restaurant, 1 space per 125 sq. ft. of floor area. 00 C) E -11 for parking. service area except for business school, commercial amusement (inside), furniture store, nursery, towards parking, the non-residential portion of a live/work unit is a retail and personal use office and amenities for residential uses as a part of a mixed use project do not count with the use regulations in Division 51A In 4A and 4B, floor area of a sales/leasing garden shop, or plant sales, and theater uses, which must provide parking in accordance percent of the size of the indoor floor area. long as the outdoor dining area is within 20 feet of, and has direct access to, a street, area, whether or not covered, is excluded for calculation of the parking requirement as calculation of the parking requirements. In 4A and 4B, 50 percent of an outdoor dining sidewalk, or publically accessible open space. This only applies to an area up to 20 Any area used for outside dining, whether or not covered, counts as floor area for. Retirement housing in Subdistricts 4A and 4B, 0.7 spaces per dwelling unit or suite.. Remote parking is allowed if it is located within 600 ft. of the complex. facing a public street. architectural treatment as the dwelling unit. In Subdistrict 4A, this only applies to a facade. Any parking structure must be constructed of comparable materials and be of the same OFF-STREET PARKING AND LOADING Residential. 1 space per bedroom up to a max. of 2 per dwelling unit. EXHIBIT 714 E
12 Retail and residential within a MUP must share parking and be on the same building site. Number of required off-street parking spaces for a MUP is 100% of the parking requirement for the use requiring the greater number of spaces plus 75% of the parking requirements for the use requiring fewer spaces. Example: [(1 OOXI. 0) + (80X. 75) 160] cx MUP with office, retail and residential must use the parking reduction that offers the greatest reduction, but may not use both. Bicycle parking. If an institutional and community service use, mixed-use project (MUP), or retail and personal service use has a floor area of 4,000 sq. ft. or more, it must provide a lockable rack for a minimum of 2 bicycles. Mixed-use shared parking Office and residential uses within a MUP must share parking and be on the same building reduction. site. Number of required off-street parking spaces for a MUP is 100 % of the parking requirement for the use requiring the greater number of spaces plus 25% of the parking requirements for the use requiring fewer spaces. Example: [(100XI.O) + (80X.25) = 120] On-street parallel parking Except as provided in this subsection, any on-street parallel parking spaces on W. reduction. Commerce St. and Ft Worth Ave. or a street that intersects Ft. Worth Ave. may be counted toward the parking requirement of the use adjacent to the on-street parallel parking space. In Subdistrict 4A, any on-street parallel, straight, or angled head-in parking space may be counted toward the total off-street parking requirement of the use adjacent to the on-street parallel, straight, or angled head-in parking space. In Subdistrict 4B, on-street parallel, straight, or angled head-in parking may be counted towards the total off-street parking requirement. On-street parallel parking space may not be used to reduce required parking for more Z (RB) E -12
13 Z (RB) E -13 side of main structure. as the main use must be to the rear yard of the main structure. (continued) for parking. Additional Provisions In Subdistrict 4A except for residential uses all of the subdistrict is considered as one lot Parkincj in the rear and Subdistrict 1, 100% of any parking for new construction located on the same building site 4 parking structure in this subdistrict is located within 100 feet or less of the boundary line of Except as provided in this subparagraph, above-ground parking structures are prohibited within 100 feet of a residential district not dedicated to public use. If an above-ground the parking structure facade, including openings, must be covered with the same material aboveg round parking structure may not exceed 52 percent of the total facade area. predominantly used on the first 24 feet in height of the main structure. Openings in the facade that is similar in appearance to the main structure facade. At least 12 percent of district not dedicated to public use, the parking must be concealed in a structure with a If an above-ground parking structure is located within 200 feet of an adjacent residential Additional Provisions the main structure with no limit on the percentage of total parking. front yard of the main structure, In Subdistrict 4B, one row of parking is allowed in front of may be located in front of the main structure. Only 1 driving aisle may be located in the same building site as the main use, or one row of parking, whichever are fewer spaces,. Subdistricts 2, 3, 4 and 5, 25% of any required parking for new construction located on the 1 not required.. On-street parking space not available to the public at all times of the day may only be. In Subdistrict 4B, parallel, straight, or angled head-in parking accessed from the alley combined total parking requirement of a MUP. than one use, except that an on-street parking space may be used to reduce the counted as a partial parking space in proportion to the amount of time that it is available. between Subdistrict 4B and Colorado Boulevard is allowed and screening from the alley is EXHIBIT 714 E
14 Z (RB) E-14 tree must be placed in a 16 ft. square tree grate. street Subdistrict I - Must have a mm. caliper of 3 and must have a mm. height of 8 ft. when planted. trees may be spaced a mm. of 20 ft. apart. To the extent possible, street tree(s) must be spaced 30 ft. apart, but, where necessary, Street trees. (See Exhibit 1 street tree per 30 ft. of street frontage, mm. 2 per building site. LANDSCAPING contains the residential use. building site as the retirement housing use. Required loading may be located with a public right of way. located on a building site in Subdistrict 4A and within 200 feet of the building site that building site as the residential unit. Any additional required parking spaces must be less than 20,000 square feet, per occupancy must have one small loading space. In 4A and 4B, a non-residential use with a floor are greater than 10,000 square feet but In 4A, all required parking for a retirement housing use must be located on the same In 4A, at least one parking space for each residential unit must be located on the same the adjacent residential subdistrict is demolished or is not used for parking, then the aligned with the existing above-ground parking structure that is in the adjacent residential subdistrict, as shown on Exhibit H. If the existing above-ground parking structure that is in the adjacent residential subdistrict, then the above-ground parking stwcture must be above-ground parking structure in this subdistrict must be located more than 100 feet from the boundary line of the adjacent residential subdistrict. EXHI BIT 714 E
15 Subdistrict 2 6ft. street tree must be placed in a 4 ft wide planting strip with a mm length of C In Subdistrict 3 street tree must be placed in a 16 ft. square tree grate. In Subdistrict 4, street tree must be placed in a 4 ft. wide planting strip with a mm. length of 6ft. In 4A and 4B street trees must be placed in a minimum 15 square foot tree grate if placed within a sidewalk or other non-permeable area. In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, street trees not planted within a sidewalk or other non-permeable area must be placed in a minimum 15 square foot planting strip. In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, street trees may be placed anywhere within the public right-of-way. In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, credit will be given for the preservation of existing street trees in accordance with Section 51A-1O 125(b)(3)(B) In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, site trees and street trees planted in the right-of-way count as replacement trees required for the mitigation of protected trees In Subdistrict 5 (along Ft. Worth Avenue), street tree must be placed in a 16 ft. square tree grate, and street trees along all other streets must be placed in a 4 ft. wide planting strip with a mm. length of 6 ft. Street trees at the following frontages must be placed in a 16 ft. square tree grate: The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block B/3926 between Neal Street at Montclair Avenue. The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block 6157 and Block The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block 3977 between Windomere Avenue and Edgefield Avenue. Z (RB) E - 15,1
16 The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage and the Sylvan Avenue frontage of Block Any location where the provision of parallel parking would require a retaining wall in excess of 4 ft. Trees must be evenly spaced over the length of a planning strip. Street trees may not be counted as site trees. In 4A, street trees may be counted as site trees, in 4B street trees other than those directly adjacent to Ft. Worth Ave may be counted as site trees. Street trees must be selected form Texas native or adapted species list. Site trees must have a minimum caliper of 2. Site trees may not be counted as street trees. Site trees must be provided from the list of Texas native or adapted species. Parking lot trees must have a minimum caliper of 3. Parking lot trees may not be planted closer than 2 ft. from the paved surface. Site trees. 1 site tree per 3,000 sq. ft. of lot area or fraction thereof, mm. of 4 trees. Parking lot trees. Each required parking space must be within 75 ft. of the trunk of a large canopy site tree. In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, each required parking space not within a parking structure must be within 75 feet of either a site tree or street tree. Z (RB) E - 16
17 . Parking lot trees may be counted as site trees, but not as street trees. Street standards. (streets Except as provided in this section, streets must be constructed as shown in Exhibit F, other than W. Commerce Street Diagrams. St. and Ft. Worth Ave. with 50 ft. or more of The following frontages are exempt from parallel parking requirements: ROW) Parallel Parkinci. (See Montclair Avenue. Exhibit F.) The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block 6157 and Block Edgefield Avenue. Prohibited trees. Bradford pear, cottonwood and mimosa. Open space fund. If a property owner cannot plant all of the required trees on the building site, property owner shall make a payment into the West Commerce Street/Ft. Worth Avenue Open Space Fund for no more than 50% of the required trees. Landscape plan. Lighting. (30 points) Landscape plan must Foundation planting strip. (30 points) earn at least 75 points Seasonal color landscaping. (15 points) (out of total of 125 Native plant or xeriscape landscaping. (30 points) points). Creation of open space. (20 points) Z (RB) E-17. The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block 3977 between Windmere Avenue and. The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block B/3926 between Neal Street at
18 The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage and the Sylvan Avenue frontage of Block Any location where the provision of parallel parking would require a retaining wall in excess of 4 ft. Street frontages in Subdistricts 4A and 4B. Parallel parking aisle must begin 20 ft. back from any intersection. Sidewalk standards. (See Subdistrict 1 Exhibit F) street 15 ft. along W. Commerce St. and Ft. Worth Ave.; 11 4 ft. along any other Subdistrict 2 6 ft. sidewalk. Subdistrict 3 12 ft. sidewalk along Ft. Worth Ave., 11 1,4 ft. along any other street. Subdistrict 4 6 ft. sidewalk. In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, the minimum width of sidewalks along Fort Worth Avenue is 10 feet. At least five feet of the sidewalks along Fort Worth Avenue must be made of concrete; the remainder may be an aggregate or permeable surface. All other sidewalks along a right-of-way must be at least six-feet-wide with at least three feet of the sidewalk unobstructed and clear. ADA-approved tree grates are not a sidewalk obstruction. If a sidewalk is located in the front yard, the property owner must dedicate a sidewalk easement or access agreement to the city to assure its availability to the public as a permanent pedestrian way. _Subdistrict_5 _10_ft._sidewalk. Z (RB) E-18
19 EXHIBIT 714E The street curb may not be counted as part of the sidewalk width. The following frontages must provide the sidewalks shown in Exhibit F. The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block B/3926 between Neal Street at Montclair Avenue. The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block 6157 and Block The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage of Block 3977 between Windmere Avenue and Edgefield Avenue. The Ft. Worth Avenue frontage and the Sylvan Avenue frontage of Block Any location where the provision of parallel parking would require a retaining wall in excess of4ft Sidewalk widths must taper or expand to match the width of existing sidewalks in front of adjacent properties at the point of convergence. Sidewalks must be located along the entire length of the street frontage. Loading spaces. Off street loading spaces must be screened with a fully sight-obscuring fence or a high screen. In Subdistricts 4A and 4B, only off-street loading spaces visible from Fort Worth Avenue must be screened SCREENING Parkincj lots. Parking lots must be screened with a low screen. Dumpsters and garbage All dumpsters and garbage storage areas must be screened on all 4 sides with a fully storage areas. Z (RB) E-19
20 sight-obscuring fence; one side can be a gate. Outside storage areas. Non-residential buildings. Screening materials must match the main building. Screening materials must be at least as tall as the objects being screened, but not less than 6 ft. in height. Each panel of the dumpster gate must have a pin that can be inserted in a sleeved hole in the ground to hold the gate during garbage collection. Except for vehicle display, sales, and service uses and nursery, garden shop, and plant sales uses, all outside storage areas for commercial and business services uses and industrial uses must be entirely screened on any side visible form a street with a fully sight-obscuring fence or a high screen. The rear or service side of a nonresidential building must be screened with a partially sight-obscuring fence if the nonresidential building is exposed to a residential use. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STANDARDS Street-facing facades on a single development tract must have similar architectural design. Z (RB) E - 20 c) Building orientation. Primary façade and primary entrance of buildings must be oriented to face the public ROW. Entrances. Garage doors serving individual dwellings, fewer than 9, may not face W. Commerce St. or Ft. Worth Ave. Facades. All street-facing entrances must be architecturally prominent and clearly visible from the street.
21 Street-facing facades of all buildings other than accessory buildings must be visually divided into a base, middle, and a top. Accessory structures must have the same architectural detail, design, elements, materials, and roof design as the primary structure. Any parking structure for a residential use must be constructed of comparable materials and be of the same architectural treatment as the dwelling units. Additions and alterations must have the same architectural detail, design elements, materials, and roof design as the primary structure. That portion of the ground-level floor facing the street of any multi-floor parking facility must have a use other than parking. At least 20%, but no more than 80%, of street-facing facades of non-residential uses must be windows and doors. If a building is 2 stories or less, 30% of the street-facing façade, excluding fenestration, must be masonry. If the building is more than 2 stories, 100% of the first-story streetfacing façade, excluding fenestration, must be masonry. Facades may not consist of more than 80% glass. To prevent visual monotony, 20% of the length of any fences and walls longer than 200 ft. must be alternate materials, alternate textures, gates, offsets, or openings. 2D \t Fences and walls. Materials Exterior building materials should be high quality and durable. (Refer to ordinance of list of allowed and prohibited materials). Story Dimensions. Z (RB) E-21
22 A minimum 10 ft. floor-to-floor dimension is required for the ground floor of single-story and multi-story residential structures. Except in Subdistricts 4A and 4B, foundation must be 2 ft. above grade. In 4A, a minimum 10 foot floor to floor dimension is required for the ground floor of multi story nonresidential structures and the nonresidential portions of multi-story mixed use projects. In 46, a minimum none foot floor to floor dimension is required for the ground floor of multi-story nonresidential structures and the nonresidential portions of multi-story mixed use projects. In 4A and 4B, a minimum eight foot floor to floor dimension as required for any residential portion of a structure. A minimum 12 ft. floor-to-floor dimension is required for the ground floor of single-story nonresidential structures and single-story MU Ps. A minimum 14 ft. floor-to-floor dimension is required for the ground floor of multi-story nonresidential structures and multi-story MUPs. Retail and personal service uses must provide windows or display cases in ground-level street-facing windows along sidewalks. Windows. Z (RB) E - 22
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