10 286 b1a on corner lots new buildings shall be

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10-286 and 10-287.(b)(1)a. On corner lots, new buildings shall be oriented toward the street(s) and shall consider and complement the pattern of existing adjoining development, with the primary facade(s) of the building facing the front lot line or the street side lot line. 10-286 and 10-287(b)(1)d. Design features for new buildings. Facade modules with an emphasis on vertical proportions shall be employed to break up continuous building frontages. Facade modules shall be no less than twenty (20) feet and no more than thirty-five (35) feet in width. Articulation of building facades should establish a rhythm of vertical modules unified by a complementary rhythm of upper floor windows. Upper floor windows of adjacent buildings need not be identical in design or spacing. With the exception of single-use residential uses, all building design shall incorporate weather protection such as arcades, awnings, or canopies at the ground level. Such elements shall be optional for single-use residential uses. Where an arcade is structurally integrated into the facade, the upper floors of the building may be either flush with the setback or be stepped back to a maximum setback of ten (10) feet from the face of the arcade. Above the second floor, building masses shall be broken up and modulated, in keeping with a building’s style, to reflect the scale of adjacent structures and avoid overwhelming them. 10-286 and 10-287(b)(1)e.9. Design features for parking structures. Ground floor ceiling height for retail commercial uses in parking structures with 1. 2. 3. 4.
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Architectural detail, masonry finishes and segmental arches are strongly encouraged. Adams-Morgan, Washington DC Landscaped pedestrian passageways, transom windows, outdoor dining, and ground floors that open to the street are strongly encouraged. Santa Barbara CA D E S I G N R E V I E W D I S T R I C T S A L L S A I N T S T a l l a h a s s e e - L e o n C o u n t y P l a n n i n g D e p a r t m e n t 7. G A I N E S S T R E E T ¹² A S N - C A S N - D Gaines Street or Railroad Avenue frontage shall be twelve (12) feet. 10-286 and10-287(b)(1)g. Design and materials strongly encouraged. Masonry exterior finishes. Masonry segmental arched openings, as seen on the Macomb Street side of the Wahnish Cigar Factory Ground floors that can be opened to the street. Balconies, galleries, verandahs, and roof decks. Arcades. Clocks. Double hung or casement windows with vertical proportions.; Transom windows at store fronts; Outdoor dining; Buildings built to the front property line or with minimal setbacks; Compatible contemporary design. 10-286 and 10-287(b)(1)h. Design and materials strongly discouraged. Fixed windows, except at storefronts. 10-286 and 10-287(b)(1)i. Prohibited design and materials. Exterior insulation and finish systems (EIFS) at the first floor level. 1.
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