(A)   Property may be zoned as a neighborhood shopping center only when all of the following standards are met:
      (1)   The property is located at the intersection of thoroughfares or at the intersection of a thoroughfare and a collector street.
      (2)   The neighborhood within which the property is situated contains a minimum of 600 residents or is shown on adopted city maps to contain that number of dwelling units after development.
      (3)   The property, when developed as a neighborhood shopping center, shall:
         (a)   Have as a major tenant, a convenience market or similar outlet for daily shopping needs;
         (b)   Feature architecture of residential character in conformance with the neighborhood; and
         (c)   Be in conformance with the traffic and circulation requirements of this code.
   (B)   Only one neighborhood shopping center may be so zoned for each neighborhood specified in the general plan.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-72)  (Ord. No. 1565)