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Where dwellings are allowed in non-residential zones, they are subject to all of the following requirements:

A. Dwellings in the E-1 zone are limited to the R-Overlay zone. See chapter 18.3.13 Residential Overlay.

B. Dwellings in the E-1 and C-1 zones shall meet all of the following standards, except that dwellings developed under the Transit Triangle (TT) Overlay option are not subject to this subsection. See section for the allowed uses in the TT overlay.

1. Mixed-Use Developments. If there is one building on a site, ground floor residential uses shall occupy not more than 35 percent of the gross floor area of the ground floor. Where more than one building is located on a site, not more than 50 percent of the total lot area shall be designated for residential uses. At least 65 percent of the gross floor area of the ground floor shall be designated for permitted uses and uses permitted with special use standards, not including residential uses.

2. Residential densities shall not exceed 15 dwelling units per acre in the E-1 zone, 30 dwelling units per acre in the C-1 zone, and 60 dwelling units per acre in the C-1-D zone. For the purpose of density calculations, units of less than 500 square feet of gross habitable floor area shall count as 0.75 of a unit.

3. Residential uses shall be subject to the same setback, landscaping, and design standards as for permitted uses in the underlying zone. (Ord. 3229 § 3, amended, 12/19/2023; Ord. 3167 § 5, amended, 12/18/2018)