18.24.070   NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT AND NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL-MIXED DISTRICT.
   Within the area designated as a Neighborhood Commercial District or the Neighborhood Commercial-Mixed District, the provisions of Chapter 18.08 (Commercial Zones) for the "C-NC" Neighborhood Center Commercial Zone shall apply, except as otherwise specified.
   .010   In addition to the uses permitted by the underlying zone or prohibited by this chapter, the following buildings, structures and uses, either singly or in combination, are permitted:
      .0101   Development of mixed commercial uses with residential units above the first floor on a single site (i.e., Live/Work Units), in conformance with Chapter 18.08 (Commercial Zones) for the "C-NC" Neighborhood Center Commercial Zone, except as amended by this chapter.  For projects with mixed residential and commercial uses, CC&Rs shall be prepared for each project.  Massage establishments shall not be permitted within Live/Work Units.
      .0102   Development of mixed commercial uses with senior citizen apartments above the first floor on a single site, in conformance with Chapter 18.08 (Commercial Zones) for the "C-NC" Zone, and Chapter 18.50 (Senior Citizens  Apartment Projects), except as amended by this chapter.
      .0103   Development of Boulevard Residential uses in conformance with Section 18.24.060.
      .0104   Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturing uses in conformance with Section 18.38.025 (Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturing) on properties located on the east side of Anaheim Boulevard between Broadway and Ellsworth Avenue whose underlying zoning is "I" (Industrial).
   .020   Development Standards. The provisions of Chapter 18.08 (Commercial Zones) shall apply, with the following exceptions:
      .0201   Building Site Requirements for Mixed-Use Developments.
         .01   A minimum project site of one (1) net acre is required where mixed commercial/residential uses are proposed.
         .02   A minimum lot width of one hundred (100) feet is required where mixed commercial/residential uses are proposed.
         .03   Where above ground residential uses are proposed, no more than thirty percent (30%) of the habitable structure may be used for non-residential uses.
      .0202   Structural Height and Area Limitations for Mixed Use Developments.
         .01   Structure height is limited to forty (40) feet.
         .02   For any portion of a mixed use development located within fifty (50) feet of a single-family, residentially zoned property, the maximum height shall be limited to twenty-two (22) feet, with the exception of architectural projections, which may extend up to an additional six (6) feet above this height limit.
         .03   Tuck-under and subterranean parking are permitted in conformance with Chapter 18.42 (Parking and Loading).
      .0203   Structural Setback and Yard Requirements for Mixed-Use Developments.  All provisions of Chapter 18.08 (Commercial Zones) for the C-NC Neighborhood Center Commercial Zone shall apply, except for the following:
         .01   Structural setback shall not be required along public streets, except along public alleys.
         .02   A minimum of two hundred (200) square feet of usable recreation/leisure space is required for each dwelling unit.  Such space may be satisfied by either private balconies or patios, roof gardens or common recreational/leisure areas, or a combination thereof.  Minimum size of a private patio or balcony is fifty (50) square feet, with a minimum dimension of five (5) feet.
      .0204   Design of Off Street Parking and Loading areas for Mixed Use Developments.  The design of the parking areas, and of the ingress and egress to the parking areas, shall be subject to the approval of the Planning Services Manager of the Planning Department and/or his or her designee.  The parking study, or other such study as may be required by the Planning Services Manager of the Planning Department and/or his or her designee, shall minimally contain and address the following factors:
         .01   The design and location of separate driveway entrances to the residential and commercial portions of the project;
         .02   Proper identification of the separate parking entrances;
         .03   Layout and design of the separate parking lots designated for residential and commercial uses.
      .0205   Number of Spaces for Mixed Use Developments.  For mixed-use projects, vehicle parking shall be provided as required by Chapter 18.42 (Parking and Loading). Parking requirements for residential and commercial uses shall be calculated separately and satisfied independently. Variances to permit deviation from these requirements, in terms of reduction of required spaces through shared parking, due to the nature of a mixed-use project, may be considered pursuant to Chapter 18.74 (Variances).
      .0206   Sign Regulations for Mixed Use Developments.  All provisions of Chapter 18.44 (Signs) shall apply, with the following exceptions:
         .01   Freestanding signs shall be prohibited.
         .02   Wall signs shall be limited in area to a total of thirty (30) square feet.
         .03   Each commercial business shall be limited to one (1) wall sign, with the exception of corner locations, where one (1) sign per street frontage may be permitted.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6101 § 15; April 22, 2008; Ord. 6338 § 2; August 18, 2015:  Ord. 6390 § 5;  December 20, 2016.)