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The maximum height allowed shall be forty-eight (48) feet. Mixed use buildings, apartments, condominiums and commercial structures located on the mainland not within the coastal overlay district and uses within the urban waterfront district as defined by CAMA shall not exceed forth-eight (48) feet in height but may apply for a special use permit not to exceed sixty (60) feet in height. No portion of a building may exceed sixty (60) feet in height.
Height shall be measured to the highest roof peak from the average grade located at the immediate edge of the building pad.
Also, see section 5.4, exceptions to height regulations for more information. The exceptions do not apply to those properties applying for a special use permit to exceed forty-eight (48) feet in height.
(Ord. No. 2005-23, 8-2-05; Ord. No. 2006-11, 3-7-06; Ord. No. 2020-10, 12-1-20)