§ 153.217  PLANNED INDUSTRIAL PARKS.
   (A)   In order to facilitate the growth of employment to ensure a viable tax base for the city and to prevent the conflicts of incompatible industrial uses, planned industrial parks are permitted by special use with site plan approval by the Planning Commission in the I-1 and I-2 Districts.
   (B)   An INDUSTRIAL PARK is defined as a tract of land laid out in accordance with an overall plan which is designed and equipped to accommodate a cluster of wholesale commercial and industrial activities, providing them with all necessary facilities and services in an attractive, park-like surrounding.
   (C)   Planned industrial parks shall be subject to the requirements of Appendices A and B and the following:
      (1)   In addition to a required site plan, all proposed planned industrial parks (public and private) shall first have an overall plan detailing the development concept, the spatial arrangement of site and structures, and phased implementation and development thereof;
      (2)   Exterior walls of adjacent buildings shall be located no closer than one and one-half times the height of the higher building wall, but in no case closer than 50 feet;
      (3)   The regulations of industrial performance standards set forth in §§ 153.245 through 153.257 shall be observed;
      (4)   The floor area of any one building shall not exceed 45,000 square feet;
      (5)   Maximum lot coverage shall not exceed 50%;
      (6)   The ratio of total floor area to lot area shall not exceed 1.0; and
      (7)   A performance guarantee is required.
(1993 Code, § 154.167)  (Ord. 84-1, passed 1-3-1984)