Zoning Tutorial

Zoning Tutorial - Land Size 1. Go to NYC.gov...

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Land Size 1. Go to NYC.gov http://www.nyc.gov/ 2. Search NYC.gov for ACRIS 3. Go to ACRIS: Online City Register 4. Click Digital TAX MAPS (DTM) 5. Click BEGIN USING DTM
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6. Click Access Current Tax Map 7. Enter the address of your site For example, the address of your land is 13 E31 st Street, New York.
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8. Locate the land circled by yellow line and get its size For example, use the previous address, the size of the land is 98.75 * 21.87 (depth * width) square-foot. Land Zoning 1. Go to NYC.gov http://www.nyc.gov/ 2. Search NYC.gov for City Planning 3. Go to New York City Department of City Planning
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4. Click Zoning – Zoning Maps – Access the Maps 5. Select a map randomly and locate your interested site according to the map key For example, your land locates on 13 E31 st Street, New York. 5.1 You randomly access map 8c. The most adjacent street to E31 st Street on this map is E55 th Street. 5.2 Obviously, E31 st Street is below E55 th Street. According to the map key, E31 st Street is on the map 8d.
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5.3 Access map 8d and locate your site according to the number and street. 6. Define the district that your land belongs to 6.1 R – Residential District 6.2 C – Commercial District 6.3 M – Manufacturing District 6.4 Shaded Area – Special Purpose District 6.5 The number(s) and/or letter(s) that follows an R, C or M District designation indicates use, bulk and other control as described in the text of the Zoning Resolution. The letter(s) within the shaded area designates the special purpose district as described in the text of the Zoning Resolution. For example, the land of 13 E31 st Street is in district coded as C5-2, and it is therefore in commercial district. 7. Refer to the corresponding Zoning Reference
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The Zoning Reference summarizes the regulations for each district and illustrates the typical building forms they are likely to produce. Special purpose districts tailored to distinctive qualities in certain neighborhoods are also presented. The full requirements of zoning and special purpose districts are found in the Zoning Resolution text. 7.1 Residential District The Zoning Resolution designates 10 basic residence districts—R1 through R10. The numbers refer to permitted bulk and density (with R1 having the lowest density and R10 the highest) and other controls such as required parking. A second letter or number in some districts signifies additional controls. Unless otherwise stated, the regulations for each of the 10 residence districts pertain to all subcategories within that district. Regulations for the R4 district, for example, encompass R4-1, R4A and R4B districts, except where specific differences are noted. All residence districts permit most community facilities , such as schools, houses of worship and medical facilities. In certain districts, in order to accommodate needed services, the maximum permitted floor area ratio (FAR) for community facilities exceeds the maximum permitted for residential uses. In districts limited to one- and two-family homes, however, certain facilities are not permitted or are
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course BUSINESS 630 taught by Professor Waston during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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