ToC
124-02

Definitions

For the purposes of establishing blocks and applying the use, signage, street tree, height and setback, court, publicly accessible open space and curb cut regulations of this Chapter, connector streets, the eastern perimeter street, the primary retail street, residential streets, retail streets and service streets shall be considered streets, and their boundaries shall be treated as street lines.

 

Connector street

A “connector street” shall be a way intended for general public use located and designed in accordance with requirements set forth in Section 124-31 (Standards for Streets and Blocks), inclusive.

 

Eastern perimeter street

The “eastern perimeter street” shall be a way intended for general public use located and designed in accordance with requirements set forth in Section 124-31, inclusive.

 

Primary retail street

The “primary retail street” shall be a way intended for general public use located and designed in accordance with requirements set forth in Section 124-31, inclusive.

 

Residential street

A “residential street” shall be a way intended for general public use located and designed in accordance with requirements set forth in Section 124-31, inclusive.

 

Retail street

A “retail street” shall be a way intended for general public use located and designed in accordance with requirements set forth in Section 124-31, inclusive.

 

Service street

A “service street” shall be a way intended for general public use located and designed in accordance with requirements set forth in Section 124-31, inclusive.

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