§ 208.

DENSITY LIMITATIONS FOR GROUP HOUSING

Except for single room occupancy units in the South of Market Mixed Use Districts, the density limitations for group housing, as described in Sections 209.2(a), (b), and (c), 790.88(b) and 890.88(b) of this Code, shall be as follows:

a.

The maximum number of bedrooms on each lot shall be as specified in the following table for the district in which the lot is located, except that in RTO, RTO-M, RCD, UMU, MUG, WMUG, MUR, MUO, WMUO, RED, RED-MX, SPD, DTR and all NCT districts the density of group housing shall not be limited by lot area, and except that for lots in NC Districts, the group housing density shall not exceed the number of bedrooms permitted in the nearest Residential District provided that the maximum density not be less than the amount permitted by the ratio specified for the NC District in which the lot is located.

Table 208MAXIMUM DENSITY FOR GROUP HOUSING



District Minimum Number ofSquare Feet of LotArea forEach Bedroom
RH-2 415
RH-3, RM-1, RC-1 275
RM-2, RC-2 210
RM-3, RC-3 140
RM-4, RC-4 70
NC-1 275
NC-2
NC-S
Inner Sunset
Sacramento Street
West Portal Avenue
NC-3 210
NC-S
Castro Street
Inner Clement Street
Outer Clement Street
Upper Fillmore Street
Haight Street
Union Street
24th Street-Noe Valley
Broadway 140
Upper Market Street
North Beach
Polk Street
Chinatown CommunityBusiness 70
Chinatown Residential
NeighborhoodCommercial
Chinatown VisitorRetail
RSD, SLR, SLI and SSO 70

b.

For purposes of calculating the maximum density for group housing as set forth herein, the number of bedrooms on a lot shall in no case be considered to be less than one bedroom for each two beds. Where the actual number of beds exceeds an average of two beds for each bedroom, each two beds shall be considered equivalent to one bedroom.

c.

The rules for calculation of dwelling unit densities set forth in Section 207.1 shall also apply in calculation of the density limitations for group housing, except that in NC Districts, any remaining fraction of ½ or more of the maximum amount of lot area per bedroom shall be adjusted upward to the next higher whole number of bedrooms.

d.

The group housing density in all RTO Districts and all NCT Districts, as listed in Section 702.1(b), shall not be limited by lot area, but by the applicable requirements and limitations elsewhere in this Code, including but not limited to height, bulk, setbacks, open space, and exposure, as well as by the Residential Design Guidelines in RTO districts, other applicable design guidelines, applicable elements and area plans of the General Plan, and design review by the Planning Department.

AMENDMENT HISTORY

History

(Added by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78; amended by Ord. 69-87, App. 3/13/87; Ord. 131-87, App. 4/24/87; Ord. 115-90, App. 4/6/90; Ord. 368-94, App. 11/4/94; Ord. 262-00, File No. 001426, App. 11/17/2000; Ord. 72-08, File No. 071157, App. 4/3/2008; Ord. 298-08, File No. 081153, App. 12/19/2008; Ord. 42-13 , File No. 130002, App. 3/28/2013, Eff. 4/27/2013)

Division (a) and Table 208 amended; Ord. 42-13 , Eff. 4/27/2013.

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