For the purposes of this Chapter, matter in italics is defined in Section 12-10 (DEFINITIONS) or in this Section.
The "Esplanade" is a park extending along portions of the waterfront edges of the Special Stapleton Waterfront District. The Esplanade is shown in the District Plan, Map 1 (Special Stapleton Waterfront District, Subareas and Public Spaces), in Appendix A of this Chapter.
Mandatory front building wall
A "mandatory front building wall" is the front wall of a building that generally coincides with a mandatory front building wall line, as provided in Section 116-232 (Street wall location).
Mandatory front building wall line
"Mandatory front building wall lines" are imaginary lines extending through Subarea B of the Special Stapleton Waterfront District which are shown on Map 3 (Mandatory Front Building Wall Lines) in Appendix A of this Chapter, and with which building walls must generally coincide, as provided in Section 116-232.
Pier Place, the Cove
"Pier Place" and the "Cove" are designated open spaces accessible to the public, located within the Special Stapleton Waterfront District as shown in the District Plan, Map 1, in Appendix A of this Chapter.
Shore public walkway
A "shore public walkway" is a linear public access area along the shore or water edges of a platform on a waterfront zoning lot.
An "upland connection" is a pedestrian way which provides a public access route from the Esplanade or a shore public walkway to a public sidewalk within a public street. Required upland connections are shown in the District Plan, Map 5 (Upland Connections and Visual Corridors), in Appendix A of this Chapter.
A "visual corridor" is a public street or tract of land within a block that provides a direct and unobstructed view to the water from a vantage point within a public street. Required visual corridors are shown in the District Plan, Map 5 and Map 6 (Location of Visual Corridor in Subarea E) in Appendix A of this Chapter.