(2)   RMX-3, CMX-4, and CMX-5 Districts.
(a)   Required Spaces. 710
Off-street loading in RMX-3, CMX-4, and CMX-5 districts shall be provided in accordance with Table 14-806-2.
Table 14-806-2: Off-Street Loading in RMX-3, CMX-4, and CMX-5 711
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Use
Gross Floor Area (Sq. Ft.)
Required Loading Spaces
Office and Visitor Accommodation
100,000 - 150,000
1
150,001 - 400,000
2
400,001 - 660,000
3
660,001 - 970,000
4
970,001 - 1,300,000
5
Over 1,300,000
1 additional space per each additional 400,000 sq. ft.
Residential
100,000 - 200,000
1
200,001 - 500,000
2
Over 500,000
3
All other permitted uses
40,000 - 100,000
1
100,001 - 160,000
2
160,001 - 240,000
3
240,001 - 320,000
4
Over 320,000
1 additional space per each additional 90,000 sq. ft.
 
(b)   Minimum Dimensions. 712
Loading spaces shall be designed to meet the dimensions in Table 14-806-3.
Table 14-806-3: Required Loading Space Dimensions 713
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Required Loading Space
Dimensions
1
10 ft. wide, 40 ft. long, 14 ft. high
2 [1]
11 ft. wide, 60 ft. long, 14 ft. high
3
10 ft. wide, 30 ft. long, 14 ft. high
4
10 ft. wide, 40 ft. long, 14 ft. high
5 [1]
11 ft. wide, 60 ft. long, 14 ft. high
Each additional
10 ft. wide, 30 ft. long, 14 ft. high
Table Notes:
[1]   Except where access to the loading space is by a street which is less than 35 ft. wide in which case, such space may be at least 10 ft. wide, 40 ft. long, 14 ft. high.
 
(c)   Enclosed Structure Required.
Every off-street loading space shall be located either (1) within the building it serves, or (2) in an enclosed structure with direct access to each building the loading spaces serve.
(d)   Ingress and Egress. 714
(.1)   Each individual loading space or group of loading spaces shall be limited to one two-way curb cut with a maximum width of 24 ft. on the street frontage or two one-way curb cuts with a maximum width of 16 ft. on each street frontage; provided that, for curb cuts on the south side of Fairmount Avenue, between Broad Street and Thirteenth Street, on lots designated "CMX-4", the 24 ft. maximum width shall not apply to a two-way curb cut and a maximum of two two-way curb cuts shall be allowed if the curb cuts are intended to be used for a mixed use development with at least 50,000 gross sq. ft. of space for retail use.
(.2)   As an exception to § 14-806(2)(d)(.1), when the loading spaces or their access drives have direct access to a street of less than 40 ft. wide, there shall not be a limit imposed on the size of the curb cut(s) to that street. 715
(.3)   Driveways that cross the public sidewalk must be at the same level as the sidewalk. The driveway material must change at the building line to demarcate the transition to the sidewalk. Sidewalks should be visually continuous across driveways to indicate pedestrians have the right-of-way. 715.1
(e)   Common Loading.
Two or more buildings may share a common loading area provided that the loading area is located within a commonly accessible structure and that the total number of loading spaces provided is calculated on the basis of the sum of the loading spaces required for each building that the common spaces are intended to serve.
(f)   Trash Storage.
All trash storage areas shall be located within the building, within a completely enclosed trash storage area located on the same lot as the building it serves, or within a common loading area as provided in § 14-806(2)(e) (Common Loading).

 

Notes

710
   Amended, Bill No. 130908-A (approved March 31, 2014); amended, Bill No. 140858 (approved October 20, 2015); subsection (a)(.2) deleted, Bill No. 160096 (approved May 10, 2016); amended, Bill No. 210075 (approved March 29, 2021).
711
   Amended, Bill No. 150766 (approved December 8, 2015).
712
   Amended, Bill No. 130908-A (approved March 31, 2014); amended, Bill No. 160096 (approved May 10, 2016).
713
   Amended, Bill No. 140009 (approved March 31, 2014).
714
   Amended, Bill No. 130908-A (approved March 31, 2014); amended, Bill No. 150492 (approved June 30, 2015); amended, Bill No. 160096 (approved May 10, 2016); amended, Bill No. 161003-A (approved May 8, 2017).
715
   Amended, Bill No. 210075 (approved March 29, 2021)
715.1
   Amended, Bill No. 210075 (approved March 29, 2021)