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Use Group 14

C2 C3 C7 C8

Use Group 14 consists of the special services and facilities required for boating and related activities.

A. Retail or Service

Bicycle rental or repair shops [PRC-B1]

 

Bicycle sales [PRC-B]

 

Boat fuel sales, open or enclosed, restricted to location within 10 feet of a boat dock berth [PRC-C]

 

Boat launching facilities for non-commercial pleasure boats

 

Boat rentals, open or enclosed [PRC-H]

 

Boat showrooms or sales, restricted to boats less than 100 feet in length, provided that such use or portion thereof may be conducted outside a completely enclosed building only if located at a distance greater than 100 feet from a Residence District boundary [PRC-C]

 

Boat storage, repair, or painting, including the incidental sale of boats, boat parts, or accessories, restricted to boats less than 100 feet in length, provided that such use or portion thereof may be conducted outside a completely enclosed building only if located at a distance greater than 100 feet from a Residence District boundary [PRC-C]

 

Candy or ice cream stores [PRC-B]

 

Docks for ferries, other than gambling vessels, limited to an aggregate operational passenger load, per zoning lot, of 150 passengers per half hour. In Community District 1 in the Borough of Brooklyn, docks for ferries with a vessel capacity of up to 399 passengers shall be allowed, provided that such docks are certified by the Chairperson of the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 62-813 (Docking facilities for ferries or water taxis in certain waterfront areas) [PRC-H]

 

Docks for sightseeing, excursion or sport fishing vessels, other than gambling vessels, limited to the following aggregate dock capacities per zoning lot:

200 in C2, C3 Districts; 500 in C7, C8-1, C8-2, C8-3 Districts; 2,500 in C8-4 Districts.

 

"Dock capacity" is the U.S. Coast Guard-certified capacity of the largest vessel using a dock. "Aggregate dock capacity" is the sum of the dock capacities of all docks on the zoning lot.

Docks for water taxis, with a vessel capacity up to 99 passengers. In Community District 1 in the Borough of Brooklyn, such docks shall be certified by the Chairperson of the City Planning Commission pursuant to Section 62-813 (Docking facilities for ferries or water taxis in certain waterfront areas). The maximum dock capacity is the U.S. Coast Guard-certified capacity of the largest vessel using the dock

 

Docks or mooring facilities for non-commercial pleasure boats [PRC-H]

 

Fishing tackle or equipment, rental or sales [PRC-B1]

 

Ice vending machines, coin-operated, including those machines that are self-contained, dealing directly with the ultimate consumer. Such self-contained machines shall be limited to 1,600 pounds capacity solely for the use of such self-contained machines

 

Sailmaking establishments [PRC-C]

 

Sale or rental of sporting goods or equipment, including instruction in skiing, sailing or skin diving [PRC-B]

B. Clubs

Non-commercial clubs, without restrictions on activities or facilities except for any activity or use listed within the definitions of either adult physical culture establishments or physical culture or health establishments in Section 12-10 [PRC-D]

C. Accessory Uses

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