Definitions specific to the Atlantic Avenue Subdistrict
Specified building type
Any building within the Atlantic Avenue Subdistrict erected prior to 1900, that has:
(a) a front wall for the full width of the zoning lot for a height of from two to five stories;
(b) a front wall of brick or stone, erected coincident with, or within five feet of, the street line, with windows at each story and a cornice at the parapet level; and
(c) a storefront at the basement or ground floor.
A list of the buildings within the Atlantic Avenue Subdistrict that conform to the definition of specified building type appears in Appendix A of this Chapter.
Specified storefront type
Any storefront which is part of a building of the specified building type that has:
(a) show windows projecting beyond the front wall of the building, occupying a total area of at least 35 square feet and a sill height of not more than three feet and a total height of not less than eight feet, measured from curb level; and
(b) a projecting cornice above the storefront for its full width.
A list of buildings within the Atlantic Avenue Subdistrict having storefronts that conform to the definition of specified storefront type appears in Appendix B of this Chapter.