The following are the principal conditional uses in a B two-family district.
(a) Generally. All principal conditional uses permitted and as regulated in the A-2 district; except, that for institutional uses there shall be 1,000 square feet of lot area for each resident or bed, excluding bassinets.
(1) Community development projects.
(2) Three- or four-family dwellings, conforming to the regulations of the C-1 district, may be erected on or occupy a lot in any one of the following cases:
a. Where the lot adjoins side by side within 100 feet of nonresidential districts;
b. Where each of the lots adjoining the lot is occupied by a multifamily dwelling or a main building, other than a temporary building, the se of which does not conform to the regulations of the B district; or
c. Where in the same block as such lot more than 25% of the street frontage within 200 feet of the center of, and along the same street as, the front lot line of the lot consists of front lot lines of lots occupied by multifamily dwellings, or main buildings, other than temporary buildings, the use of which does not conform to the regulations of the B district. (Nonstructural uses and public buildings are not to be included in the calculation of frontage; three or four-family dwellings complying with the conditions herein shall be considered conforming uses in the B district.)
(c) Rest homes. Rest homes or nursing homes for convalescent patients. (At least 15,000 square feet lot area; 1,000 square feet of lot area for each resident; building 20 feet from property lines.)
(d) Hospitals. Hospitals of any kind, except animal. (Minimum lot area one acre; 1,000 square feet of lot area for each resident or bed, excluding bassinets; buildings for patients 50 feet from property lines.)
(Ord. 2046, passed 4-11-1968; Ord. 2857, passed 10-25-1982; Ord. 3048, passed 10-12-1987)