§ 18-8-302.  Combination of uses.
   (a)   Use combination required. Uses shall be combined in the manner described in the chart in this section.
   (b)   Percentages. Except as provided in subsection (c), the percentages listed in the chart in this section represent the proportion of the floor area of the category of use to the floor area of the development. If the percentages are expressed as a range, the first number is the minimum percentage and the second number is the maximum percentage.
   (c)   Open area and public activity areas. The percentages listed for open area represent the proportion of the area of the open area to the gross area of the site, and the percentages listed for public activity area represent the proportion of the public activity area to the usable floor area of the nonresidential uses in the development.
   (d)   When percentages may be modified. The Office of Planning and Zoning may modify the percentages listed in the chart if the site is affected by the airport noise zone, environmental remediation requirements, or is part of or an addition to an office complex that was in existence as September 14, 2008 and is occupied primarily by tenants engaged in the national security industry.
   (e)   Chart. The percentages contained in this chart are the percentages required for each category of use, except that the developer may submit or amend a plan to construct workforce housing instead of an office use at any time during or after approvals by the Office of Planning and Zoning.
 
MXD-R
MXD-C
MXD-E
MXD-T
Category of Use
Residential
50 - 80%
15 - 45%
10 - 40%
30 - 70%
Retail and service
5 - 25%
40 - 60%
10 - 25%
10 - 35%
Office
0 or 0 - 25%
10 - 40%
15 - 60%
10 - 40%
Industrial
0 or 0 - 25% per § 18-8-301(c)
0 or 0 - 25% per § 18-8-301(c)
15 - 65%
0 or 0 - 25% per § 18-8-301(c)
Open area
(% of gross area of site)
20% minimum
20% minimum
20% minimum
20% minimum
Public activity area
(% of nonresidential gross floor area)
20% minimum
10% minimum
10% minimum
20% minimum
 
(Bill No. 4-05; Bill No. 69-07; Bill No. 52-08; Bill No. 30-18; Bill No. 65-20)