ToC
24-56

Special Height and Setback Provisions for Certain Areas

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(a)        For Zoning Lots Directly Adjoining Public Parks

In all districts, as indicated, a public park with an area of between one and 15 acres shall be considered a wide street for the purpose of applying the regulations set forth in Section 24-52 (Maximum Height of Walls and Required Setbacks) to any building or other structure on a zoning lot adjoining such public park. However, the provisions of this Section shall not apply to a public park more than 75 percent of which is paved.

(b)        Community District 6, Manhattan

In Community District 6 in the Borough of Manhattan, for buildings developed or enlarged with towers in R10 Districts located east of First Avenue and north of East 51st Street, the provision of paragraph (a)(1) of Section 24-54 (Tower Regulations) shall be modified to require that the tower-on-a-base provisions of Section 23-651 apply to all buildings where more than 25 percent of the total floor area of the building is allocated to residential uses, irrespective of whether the building has wide street or narrow street frontage. However, such provisions shall be modified in accordance with the provisions of Section 23-675 (Provisions for certain R10 Districts within Community District 6 in the Borough of Manhattan).

(c)        Community District 7, Manhattan

Within the boundaries of Community District 7 in the Borough of Manhattan, all buildings or other structures located in R10 Districts, shall comply with the requirements of Section 23-672 (Special height and setback regulations in R10 Districts within Community District 7, Borough of Manhattan).

(d)        Community District 9, Manhattan

Within the boundaries of Community District 9 in the Borough of Manhattan, all buildings located in R8 Districts north of West 125th Street shall be developed or enlarged pursuant to the residential bulk# regulations of Section 23-674 (Special height and setback regulations for certain sites in Community District 9, Borough of Manhattan).

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