(A)   A variance from this chapter may be granted for multi-building development if it is shown that the land in question cannot be subdivided and that more open space is created, a lower density can be established, traffic problems are lessened, and a better relationship between the land and the building is created by not subdividing the land.  However, in no case shall the Planning Commission grant a variance which does not comply with the zoning code, where applicable, or which destroys the character of the neighborhood.
   (B)   Future subdivision of a multi-building development requires that all lots and buildings meet the requirements of this chapter at the same time of the subdivision.
(Ord. 930.1, passed 3-15-71)