18.100.110   DEVELOPMENT AREA NO. 7.
   This development area provides for the orderly development of attached, one-family condominium dwellings, with a minimum two thousand four hundred (2,400) square foot building site area per dwelling unit.  The standards of the “RM-3" Multiple-Family Residential Zone in Chapter 18.06 (Multiple-Family Residential Zones) shall apply, except as otherwise provided below:
   .010   Maximum Structural Height.
      (a)   Within fifty (50) feet from a development area designated for single-family residences:  one (1) story.
      (b)   Between fifty-one (51) and one hundred fifty (150) feet from a development area designated for single-family residences:  one (1) to three (3) stories and not to exceed thirty-five (35) feet, as measured from the ground floor to the highest portion of the structure;  provided, however, that prior to issuance of building permits, line-of-sight drawings shall be submitted to the Planning Commission for review and approval, showing that any two (2) and/or three (3) story units will not have an adverse impact on nearby existing or approved single-family residences.
      (c)   More than one hundred fifty (150) feet from a development area designated for single-family residences: maximum three (3) stories and not to exceed thirty-five (35) feet, as measured from the ground floor to the highest portion of the structure.
   .020   Minimum Distances Between Buildings.  The minimum distance between facing building walls with no main entrances in either wall shall be ten (10) feet; provided, however, that any such walls containing window(s) to habitable room(s) shall maintain privacy.
   .030   Tandem Parking Spaces.  Tandem parking spaces, not to exceed twenty-five percent (25%) of the required number of covered parking spaces, may be located on opposite sides of a driveway, if approved by the City Traffic and Transportation Manager, and based on the determination that safe vehicle turning movements can be made.  (Ord. 5431 § 1; June 21, 1994:  Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004.)