§ 908.

MISSION BAY HIGH DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (MB-R-3)

The MB-R-3 Districts are on the periphery of the residential section of Mission Bay and provide a buffer between the lower and moderate density housing and the office and commercial-industrial development. These districts are to be developed with apartment complexes up to eight and ten stories in height with perimeter housing units with street level entries screening two levels of parking. Common open space is expected to be located on the parking podium.

TABLES 906, 907, 908MISSION BAY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS(MB-R-1, MB-R-2 and MB-R-3) CONTROL TABLES

No. Zoning Category § References § 906 MB-R-1 § 907 MB-R-2 § 908 MB-R-3
Controls


BUILDING STANDARDS
.10 Height §§ 930 – 933, 940 max. 45’ See text max. 45’ See text Varies from95’ to 110’.See HeightMap & Text
.11 Bulk § 940 See text
.12 Density § 920 Varies. See Table 920
.13 Lot Coverage § 950 75% at most residential levels
.14 Separation of Buildings § 950 Varies. See Table 950
.15 Setbacks at Building Bases § 941 R R R
.16 Modulation of Building Fronts § 940 R R R
.17 Projections § 942 P P P
.18 Rooftop Features § 943 R R R
.19 Orientation of Units to Open Area § 952 R R R
.20 Usable Open Space [Per dwelling unit] § 951 Varies according to bldg. type.See Table 951
.21 Off-Street Parking § 960(a) Generally 1 space d.u.
.22 Street Tree § 956 R R R
USES
.30 Dwelling Unit § 102.7 P P P
.31 Group Housing § 209.2(a)(b)(c) P P P
.32 Family Day Care § 996.1a P P P
.33.34 Residential Care Facilitysmalllarge § 209.3(b)§ 209.3(c) PC PC PC
.35.36 Child Care Facilitysmalllarge § 209.3(e)§ 209.3(f) PC PC PC
.37 Religious Institutions § 209.3(j) C C C
.38 Community Facilities* § 209.4 P P
.39 Open Recreation and Horticultural § 209.5(b) P P
.40 Public Facilities and Utilities* § 209.6 P P
.41 Vehicle Storage and Access § 209.7 C C
.42 Small Scale Convenience Retail §§ 996(b)(9), 921, 960(a), 972(a)5 P P P
.43 Public Transportation Facility** § 996(b)(12) P P P
.44 Internet Services Exchange § 209.6(c) C C
*  As more particularly identified and described in the Mission Bay Plan.
**  Permitted only along and in the vicinity of Sixteenth Street and China Basin Street if the freight tracks providing rail service to Piers 48, 50 and 80 are relocated as more particularly described in Chapter 4 of the Mission Bay Plan.

History

(Added by Ord. 63-91, App. 2/27/91; amended by Ord. 77-02, File No. 011448, App. 5/24/2002)

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