1123.11.06 BUILDING TYPOLOGIES.
   The below-listed building typologies are contemplated for new development in the districts and zones described below:
BUILDING TYPOLOGIES
BROAD
STREET
DISTRICT
(BRD)
MAIN
STREET
DISTRICT
(MAIN)
SOUTH
HAMILTON
DISTRICT
(SD)
YEARLING
ROAD
DISTRICT
(YEAR)
COMMUNITY
CROSSROADS
DISTRICT
(CCD)
Attached Single-Family District
    
Duplex Building
Multi-Unit Building
Multi-Unit Complex
Small Flex Retail Building
Medium Flex Retail Building
Large Flex Retail Building
Institutional Flex Building
Primary School Building
School and Institutional Building
Bed and Breakfast Building
Community Center Building
Office Building
Office-Corporate Building
Retail Large Format Building
Industrial Building
Warehouse Building
Assembly Use Building
Maker Space or Live-Work Units
   (a)   Attached Single-Family Building. The below illustrations of each development typology are for illustrative purposes only and are intended to supplement the regulations applicable to each zone and district.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: image is illustrative, not regulatory.
 
       (2)   Description. A structure with common walls on either side and no units below or above. Garage access is typically from a rear alley or shared parking area. A small side or rear yard is provided for each unit as private open space.
Image: Attached single-family building.
   (b)   Duplex Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulator.
      (2)   Description. A detached structure with two units that is massed as a single structure. Setbacks can range from small to large and units are typically side-by side, but may be stacked.
Image: Duplex Building.
   (c)   Multi-Unit Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building with multiple residential units that front on an interior corridor and have their main access from the primary street. Units can be next to each other (side-by-side units), or stacked on top of each other (top and bottom units).
Image: Multi-Unit Building.
   (d)   Multi-Unit Complex.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A collection of multi-unit buildings on adjoining pieces of land, generally owned by one entity. The buildings often share common grounds and amenities, such as pools, parking areas, and a community clubhouse, used as leasing offices for the community.
Image: Multi-Unit Complex Building
   (e)   Small Flex Retail Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. Consists of attached or detached structures ranging from one to three stories. Structures can include single or mixed uses. Parking is located in the rear or side of the building and typically accessed from a rear alley when possible.
Image: Small Flex Retail Building
   (f)   Medium Flex Retail Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. Consists of attached or detached structures ranging from one to three stories. Structures can include single or mixed uses. Parking is located in the rear or side of the building and typically accessed from a rear alley when possible.
Image: Medium Flex Retail Building
   (g)   Large Flex Retail Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. Consists of attached or detached structures that can include single or mixed-uses. Parking is located in the rear of the building and, where possible, accessed from a rear alley.
Image: Large Flex Retail Building.
   (h)   Institutional Flex Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building that can house uses of an institutional nature (i.e. government building, library, post office, etc.) with parking on the same lot and the main access from the primary street.
   
Image: Institutional Flex Building
   (I)   Primary School Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building designed to provide learning spaces and learning environments for the teaching of students from about four to eleven years old under the direction of teachers. The building has limited parking for staff and includes both outdoor and indoor recreational activity.
Image: Primary School Building
   (j)   School and Institutional Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. An institution or place for instruction or education, which typically includes athletic fields and/or related assembly space and associated on-site parking. This will often be a junior high school or high school, but could be a larger elementary school that includes additional facilities.
Image: School and institutional building.
   (k)   Bed and Breakfast Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A residential structure providing limited overnight lodging and meals for guests.
Image: Bed and Breakfast Building.
   (l)   Community Center Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. Usually a public building where members of a community tend to gather for group activities, social support, public information, and other purposes. It can be open for the whole community or specialized groups (e.g. senior center) and can include both indoor and outdoor recreational facilities.
Image: Community Center Building.
   (m)   Office Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building used primarily for conducting the affairs of multiple business, professional, service, industry, government, or like activity, which may include ancillary services for office workers with parking typically found on the same lot and the main access form the primary street.
Image: Office Building
   (n)   Office-Corporate Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building used primarily for conducting the affairs of a single business, professional, service, industry, government, or like activity, which may include ancillary services for office workers with parking typically found on the same lot and the main access form the primary street.
Image: Office-Corporate Building
   (o)   Retail Large Format Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A single-use, typically large single-story commercial building primarily accessed by automobile with parking on the same lot with a combination of parking in the front, side, or rear yards.
Image: Retail Large Format Building
   (p)   Industrial Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building that houses manufacturing activity that uses moderate amounts of partially processed materials to produce items of relatively high value per unit weight. Facilities for loading and unloading are typically located in the side or rear yard with employee and visitor parking in the rear yard.
Image: Industrial Building
   (q)   Warehouse Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building for storing goods with facilities for loading and unloading that are typically located in the side or rear yard with employee and visitor parking in the rear yard.
Image: Warehouse Building
   (r)   Assembly Use Building.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. A building designed to house special events, including weddings, private parties, receptions, and other assembly uses.
Image: Assembly Use Building
   (s)   Maker Space or Live-Work Units.
      (1)   Typical Lot Configuration.
Note: Image is illustrative, not regulatory.
      (2)   Description. An attached building type which provides flexible space at the street level for a collaborative workspace, small scale retail or office, with a complete living unit above. The combination of these uses and building form lend well to serving as a transition between commercial or mixed-use areas and residential neighborhoods.
Image: Maker space or Live-Work Units
(Ord. 121-2021. Passed 12-21-21.)