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A retail service use which provides custom-crafted goods and/or services for sale directly to the consumer, reserving some storefront space for display and retail service; if conducted within an enclosed building having no openings other than fixed windows or exits required by law located within 50 feet of any R District. A trade shop includes, but is not limited to:
(a) Repair of personal apparel, accessories, household goods, appliances, furniture and similar items, but excluding repair of motor vehicles and structures;
(b) Upholstery services;
(d) Printing of a minor processing nature, including multicopy and blueprinting services and printing of pamphlets, brochures, resumes and small reports, but excluding printing of books, magazines or newspapers;
(e) Tailoring; and
(f) Other artisan craft uses, including fine arts uses.
(g) Within Eastern Neighborhoods Mixed Use Districts, this use shall include the offices of building, plumbing, electrical, painting, masonry, roofing, furnace or pest control contractors and storage of incidental equipment and supplies used by them, if located entirely within an enclosed building having no openings other than fixed windows or exits required by law within 50 feet of an R District. No processing of building materials, such as mixing of concrete or heating of asphalt shall be conducted on the premises. Parking, loading and unloading of all vehicles used by the contractor shall be located entirely within the building containing the use.
(h) Within the Chinatown Mixed Use Districts, it does not include any shop which uses a single machine of more than five horsepower capacity, or a shop in which the mechanical equipment, together with related floor space used primarily by the operators of such equipment, occupies in the aggregate more than 1/3 of the total Gross Floor Area of the use. A trade shop is distinct from light manufacturing, as defined in Section 890.54(a) of this Code.