Special regulations for community facility uses
Developments, enlargements or extensions of community facility uses or conversions of an existing building to a community facility use, are permitted on zoning lots containing existing buildings with residential uses only pursuant to the provisions of this Section. The City Planning Commission, by special permit, may permit developments, enlargements or extensions of community facility uses, provided that the Commission makes the following findings:
(a) that the existing building is not eligible for rehabilitation under any active publicly aided program under which funds are available;
(b) that, prior to evicting or otherwise terminating the occupancy of any tenant preparatory to demolition, the developer shall have notified the Department of Housing Preservation and Development of his or her intention to demolish the building; and
(c) that the Department of Housing Preservation and Development has issued a certification of no harassment or that the owner has complied with paragraph (d) of Section 96-110.
The Commission may prescribe additional conditions and safeguards to minimize adverse effects on the character of the surrounding area.