Phased development of waterfront public access areas
When a parcel is undergoing partial development or the zoning lot corresponding to a parcel is subdivided or reconfigured pursuant to Section 62-812 (Zoning lot subdivision), the City Planning Commission may authorize a phasing plan to implement waterfront public access area improvements pursuant to paragraph (c) of Section 62-822 (Modification of waterfront public access area and visual corridor requirements).
However, in Subdistrict B, when partial development occurs on the upland portion of Parcels 4, 5 and 7 that is bounded by publicly accessible private streets or streets, a phasing plan to implement waterfront public access areas may be certified pursuant to Section 127-54 (Special Review Provisions), provided that the following requirements are met:
(a) the waterfront public access area shall be provided according to the phasing specified in Map 7 (Waterfront Access Plan: Phase I Waterfront Public Access Area Improvements) and Map 8 (Waterfront Access Plan: Phase II Waterfront Public Access Area Improvements). The requirements of Phase I shall apply when development occurs on the upland portion of the parcel bounded by publicly accessible private streets and other streets as shown on Map 6 (Waterfront Access Plan: Public Access Areas). The requirements of Phase II shall apply when development occurs on the seaward portion of the parcel bounded by both the shoreline and publicly accessible private streets; and
(b) any upland connection provided pursuant to Phase I shall meet the design requirements of paragraph (b) of Section 127-532 (Upland connections). For portions of the shore public walkway that are provided in Phase I, the requirements of Sections 62-53 (Requirements for Shore Public Walkways) and 62-60 (DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR WATERFRONT PUBLIC ACCESS AREAS) may be modified to the minimum extent necessary to accommodate a temporary waterfront viewing area.
Such phasing plan shall also be certified pursuant to Section 127-61 (Certification for Interim Grading Conditions).