§ 153.120  RETAIL USE; GROSS LEASABLE AREA GREATER THAN 20,000 SQUARE FEET.
   (A)   A single retail business shall not occupy a gross leasable area greater than 20,000 square feet. This shall not be construed to limit the total size of a multi-tenant building, such as a shopping center.
   (B)   In addition to the special land use standards of § 153.253 of this chapter, the following criteria shall be considered. The proposed use:
      (1)   Will be designed, constructed and operated in a manner that will complement the immediate surroundings and the community as a whole;
      (2)   Will not generate excessive traffic beyond the capacity of the adjacent street network or create peak hour congestion;
      (3)   Will not operate during hours or days of the week that will create a nuisance for surrounding properties and residents; and
      (4)   Will not impose demands on public services such as, but not limited to: police, fire, water or sewer, beyond the city’s capacity to provide those services.
(Prior Code, § 5.50)