10 285b1d6 within a zone twenty 20 feet from the back

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10-285.(b)(1)d.6. Within a zone twenty (20) feet from the back of the sidewalk, the height of a new building shall be no greater than twice the height of adjacent buildings or buildings across the street. 10-285.(b)(1)g. Design and materials strongly encouraged. Masonry segmented arched openings, as seen on the Wahnish Cigar Factory; Ground floor uses, other than parking, that can be opened to the street; Balconies, galleries, verandahs, and roof decks; Arcades set into buildings; Opaque or transparent overhead doors facing the street, for uses other than parking; 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ASN-B
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La Jolla San Diego (building section at left) Oakland CA The ASN-B district is a transition between the low-intensity scale of ASN-A and taller, more intense development in the ASN-C and -D districts. Development in two districts might be massed as in this example. Phoenix Boston In the ASN-B district, building height is permitted up to four stories or 50 feet. Above are four examples of mixed-use development appropriate to the ASN-B district, in massing, transparency, and other elements that promote the intention for the district. 6. ¸¹ U R B A N D E S I G N G U I D E L I N E S A L L S A I N T S A S N - B Double hung windows with vertical proportions; Operable shutters capable of closing over window opening; Metal roofs. 10-285.(b)(1)h. Design and materials strongly discouraged. Fixed windows. 10-285.(b)(1)i. Prohibited design and materials. Exterior insulation and finish systems (EIFS) at the first floor level; Tinted glass at the first floor level; Inoperable shutters. 10-285.(b)(1)k. Building design guidelines/vernacular architecture. Existing vernacular buildings in ASN-B are typical of industrial and warehouse buildings of the first half of the 20th century, exemplified in the Wahnish Cigar Factory (1907) and the Coca-Cola Bottling Plant (1940): One to two stories in height, with stories higher than those in ASN-A; Rectangular plan; Large, single simple mass; Wood frame, hollow tile frame, or masonry construction; Masonry cladding; Limited articulation; Flat or pitched roofs, frequently of corrugated or standing seam metal; Double leafed or overhead doors at large openings; Double hung windows. See the Tallahassee Land Development Regulations for the complete standards for the above items. 6. 7. 8. 1. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
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ASN-C ASN-D The All Saints Neighborhood (ASN) districts The purpose of this map is to locate the ASN-C and ASN-D districts in the context of the city and other design review districts. Refer to official zon- ing maps for specific parcel zoning. NORTH Gaines Street in the ASN-C and -D districts, from the Gaines Street Report. Today Gaines Street in the ASN-C and -D districts is lined with single-story shopfront buildings and automotive businesses.
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