§ 153.220  TRANSITIONAL INFILL DEVELOPMENTS.
   (A)   A transitional infill development (TID) is a type of TND that is characterized by smaller project areas and higher density, innovative development. In addition, a TID contains residential uses only. The project size of a TID shall be between one-half to ten acres in area and shall contain at least three dwelling units. TIDs shall be allowed in the R-8, R-O, R-MF and O-I Zoning Districts subject to the issuance of a conditional use permit by the City Council.
   (B)   A TID may be established only on parcels that meet all of the following criteria.  Follow the procedures for establishing a TND, as established in § 153.219, except that the following principles may not apply to all TIDs:
      (1)   Neighborhood centers shall not be required in a TID;
      (2)   TIDs need not be planned to connect with neighboring developments (whether existing or planned);
      (3)   TIDs need not contain a mixture of housing types; and
      (4)   Common open space may not be required in smaller-sized TIDs.
   (C)   Additional criteria for TIDs.
      (1)   Front-loaded garages of any structured shall not be placed side by side and shall be recessed a minimum of five feet from the street side façade.
      (2)   Otherwise, setback and yard regulations for a TID shall be as follows.
 
Attached Housing
Setback/Height Standard
Minimum (ft)
Maximum (ft)
Side yard setback (end unit only)
0
40
Rear yard setback
25
N/A
Building height
N/A
35
Front yard
The front yard setback for all principal structures facing an existing public street shall be equal to (and not exceed) the average of all front setbacks for all principal structures located on the same side of the same street within 300 feet of any portion of the tract upon which the TID is to be constructed. Notwithstanding, balconies, stoops, stairs, open porches, bay windows and awnings shall be allowed to encroach up to five feet within the required front yard setback. For all internal streets within the TID, there shall be no required front yard setbacks.
 
 
Detached Housing
Setback/Height Standard
Minimum (ft)
Maximum (ft)
Side yard setback
5
N/A
Rear yard setback
20
N/A
Building height
N/A
35
Front yard
The front yard setback for all principal structures facing an existing public street shall be equal to (and not exceed) the average of all front setbacks for all principal structures located on the same side of the same street within 300 feet of any portion of the tract upon which the TID is to be constructed. Notwithstanding, balconies, stoops, stairs, open porches, bay windows and awnings shall be allowed to encroach up to five feet within the required front yard setback. For all internal streets within the TID, there shall be no required front yard setback.
 
(Prior UDO, § 12.6)  Penalty, see § 153.999