5.12.15   IRON HORSE AREA (IHA)
   Armory Park and Iron Horse, Mixed Use Sub-Area (AIHMS)
   The intent of this is to promote transit oriented that is compatible with the historic scale of Iron Horse Neighborhood, especially along Ninth Street. The most significant incentive is an exemption from parking requirements.
   Iron Horse, Low Density Residential Sub-Area (IH-RS)
   The intent of this is to promote single-family infill at somewhat higher density while protecting the historic character and privacy of existing properties. Key incentives include reduction in minimum lot size and reduction in parking.
 
FIGURE 5.12-IHA-A: MAP OF IRON HORSE AREA AND SUB-AREAS
 
   A.   Armory Park and Iron Horse, Mixed Use Sub-Area (AIH-MS)
      1.   
         Armory Park and Iron Horse Mixed Use Sub- Area zoning option apply.
      2.    Placement
          placement and setback requirements in the AIH-MS are as shown in Figure 5.12- AIH-MS-A and Table 5.12-AIH-MS-1.
 
FIGURE 5.12-AIH-MS-A
 
TABLE 5.12-AIH-MS-1
 
ARMORY PARK AND IRON HORSE MIXED USE SUB-AREA
PLACEMENT
(Distance from Property Line)   
Side (1)
Consistent with Prevailing
A
Side
0 Ft.
B
Side Yard
0 Ft.
C
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. side setbacks to be consistent with prevailing setback at other than multi-unit residential.
 
      3.    , Floor Uses
          and floor use requirements in the AIH-MS are as shown in Figure 5.12-AIH-MS- B and Table 5.12-AIH-MS-2.
 
FIGURE 5.12-AIH-MS-B
 
TABLE 5.12-AIH-MS-2
 
ARMORY PARK AND IRON HORSE MIXED USE SUB-AREA
Frontage (1)
25 Ft. Max or 2 Stories
D
Mid-rise (2)
40 Ft. Max or 3 Stories
E
(distance from property line)
Mid-Rise Setback (2)
12 Ft.
F
Setback from Residential Use (3)
25 Ft.
G
FLOOR USES
Ground Floor (4, 5, 6, 7)
Commercial Services and Retail Trade Uses that encourage level activity are preferred, but office or residential uses may be used if Commercial Services and Retail Trade Uses are not supported by market demand and contingent on new meeting all other requirements of this table.
Upper Floors
Residential or Commercial Services
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. along the frontage are restricted to two stories or 25 Ft. or 2 stories (D) to respect the scale of established or , or both.
2. Mid-rise may extend to 40 Ft. or 3 stories (D) and the mid-rise setback is 12 Ft. (F) from the frontage façade of the .
3. At residential frontage, must 25 ft. (G) at the mid-rise .
4. All new construction shall have scale-defining architectural elements or details at first two levels.
5. A single plane of façade at the level may not be longer than 50 Ft. without architectural relief or articulation such as windows, trellises and arcades.
6. Uses that create significant human activity at level such as pedestrian traffic and increases in business activity is achieved by providing a mix of commercial, retail, office and residential uses at level.
7. First floor level to be differentiated in form from upper levels.
 
      4.   Lot Coverage, Open Space, Pedestrian Access
         Lot coverage, open space and pedestrian access standard in the AIH-MS are as shown in Figure 5.12-AIH-MS-C and Table 5.12-AIHMS-3.
 
FIGURE 5.12-AIH-MS-C
 
TABLE 5.12-AIH-MS-3
 
 
ARMORY PARK AND IRON HORSE MIXED USE SUB-AREA
OPEN SPACE
Lot Coverage
Maximum Lot Coverage (1)
100%
Open Space
Open Space at Multi-Unit Dwellings (2, 3, 4)
30 Sq. Ft./DU or 20% of Lot Area (7)
Open Space Non-Residential (2, 3, 4)
Min. of 30% of Lot Area
Minimum Landscape Area
50% of Open Space (8)
Pedestrian Access (5)
Pedestrian Access to Open Space
Required
H
Main Entrance Location (6)
Primary or Secondary Street
I
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Covered by impervious surfaces such as, but not limited to , drives, or parking.
2. Usable open space does not need to be located on the ground - green roof or terrace is acceptable.
3. Usable open space may be any combination of private and common space.
4. Parking may not be counted as open space.
5. Adequate shade shall be provided for sidewalks and pedestrian pathways, using shade or vegetation.
6. Main entrance locations shall be directly accessed from a sidewalk along a rather than from a parking lot.
7. Open space at multi-dwelling units is 30 Sq. Ft. per dwelling unit or 20% of lot area, whichever is greater.
8. Minimum landscape requirement applies only to common area open space.
 
   B.   Iron Horse, Low Density Residential Sub-Area (IHRS)
      1.   
         Iron Horse, Low Density Residential Infill Sub-Area zoning option apply.
      2.    Placement
          placement and setback requirements in the IH-RS are as shown in Figure 5.12-IHRS- A and Table 5.12-IH-RS-1.
 
FIGURE 5.12-IH-RS-A
 
TABLE 5.12-IH-RS-1
 
IRON HORSE, LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL SUB-AREA
PLACEMENT
(Distance from Property Line)
Primary Street (1)
Match Prevailing
A
Secondary Street
10' or Prevailing (2)
B
Side Yard
0 Ft.
C
Rear Yard
0 Ft.
D
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Primary is the frontage to which dwellings face or are oriented.
2. Match prevailing setbacks of to on same side of of same . If no prevailing setbacks are established required setback is 10 feet.
 
      3.    and Massing
          and floor use requirements in the IH-RS are as shown in Figure 5.12-IH-RSB and Table 5.12-IH-RS-2.
 
FIGURE 5.12-IH-RS-B
 
TABLE 5.12-IH-RS-2
 
IRON HORSE, LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL SUB-AREA
Maximum
32 Ft.
E
Frontage Max
20 Ft.
F
(distance from property line)
Second Story Setback
20 Ft.
G
MASSING
Maximum Unbroken Mass (1)
30 Ft.
H
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Any over 30' wide must be broken down to read as a series of no wider than 30 Ft., and should include a variety of and roof forms.
 
      4.   Lot Coverage and Lot Size
         Lot coverage and lot size requirements in the IH-RS are as shown in Table 5.12-IH-RS-3.
 
TABLE 5.12-IH-RS-3
 
IRON HORSE, LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL SUB-AREA
LOT COVERAGE
Maximum Lot Coverage (1)
 
LOT SIZE
Minimum Lot Size
2,500 Sq. Ft.
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Covered by impervious surfaces such as, but not limited to , drives, or parking.
 
      5.   Privacy
         Required privacy in the IH low density residential sub-area are as shown in Figure 5.12-IH-RS-C and Table 5.12-IH-RS-4.
 
FIGURE 5.12-IH-RS-C
 
TABLE 5.12-IH-RS-4
 
IRON HORSE, LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL SUB-AREA
PRIVACY
Clerestory Height
9 Ft. Min. above 2nd Floor
I
Site Wall Height
9 Ft. Max. (1)
J
Site Wall Setback
0 Ft. Min. (1)
K
Privacy Zone
6 Ft. (2)
L
ALTERNATIVE MEANS OF DAYLIGHT
Clerestory above 9 Ft.
 
I
Skylights
 
M
Translucent Fixed Glass
 
N
SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. Brick or stuccoed concrete masonry site walls may extend above requirements to 9 Ft. but may require structural engineering and permits.
2. Privacy shall be afforded to existing developed rear or side yards by limiting second story fenestration. The lower 6' of yards shall not be visible from new second floor windows.
 
(Ord. 11246, 2/18/2015)