§ 204.

ACCESSORY USES, GENERAL

Subject to the limitations set forth in this Code, and especially as specified in Sections 204.1 through 204.5, a related minor use which is either (a) necessary to the operation or enjoyment of a lawful principal use or conditional use, or (b) appropriate, incidental and subordinate to any such use, and (c) in the case of Internet Services Exchange as defined in Section 209.6(c) which use does not exceed 25,000 gross square feet of floor area or use more than two megawatts of back-up power generators, shall be permitted as an accessory use when located on the same lot; provided, however, that in the Outer Clement Neighborhood Commercial District the storage of materials for a commercial use shall be permitted as an accessory use if the storage occurred prior to 1985, if it is within 200 feet of the use to which it is accessory, if it is accessible to the principal permitted use without the use of a public sidewalk or other public right-of-way, and if the provision of storage would not conflict with the provisions of Section 145.1 relating to street frontage in N-C Districts. In PDR Districts, accessory uses to non-office uses (as defined in Section 890.70) may occupy space which is non-contiguous or on a different story as the principal use so long as the accessory use is located in the same building as the principal use and complies with all other restrictions applicable to such accessory uses.

History

(Amended by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78; Ord. 463-87, App. 11/19/87; Ord. 77-02, File No. 011448, App. 5/24/2002; Ord. 298-08, File No. 081153, App. 12/19/2008)

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