(a) Not more than 50% of the off-street parking facilities required under this article for a theater, bowling alley, dance hall or an establishment for the sale and consumption on the premises of food, alcoholic beverages or refreshments, and up to 100% of the facilities required for a church or an auditorium incidental to a public or parochial school, may be supplied by off-street parking facilities provided for certain other kinds of buildings or uses, specified in subsection (b) of this section, which are not normally open, used or operated during the principal operating hours of theaters, churches, or the establishments aforesaid; and not more than 50% of the off-street parking facilities required under this section, may be supplied by such facilities provided for theaters, churches or other establishments aforesaid; provided, that the properly drawn legal instrument is executed by the parties, which instrument, duly approved as to form and manner of execution by the Chief Legal Officer, shall be filed with the application for a building permit or certificate of occupancy.
(b) Buildings or uses not normally open, used or operated during the principal operating hours of theaters, churches or other of the aforesaid establishments, are defined as banks, business offices, retail stores, personal service shops, household equipment or furniture shops, clothing or shoe repair or service shops, manufacturing buildings and similar uses.
(Ord. 2046, passed 4-11-1968; Ord. 2310, passed 1-17-1972)