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NC2 \u2013 SmallScale Neighborhood Commercial District. Sec. 712. NC3 \u2013 ModerateScale Neighborhood Commercial District.
Zoning ordinances are the written laws that provide the specifications for the use of real estate in different zones. These laws prohibit the construction of a commercial real estate in a residential zone. Zoning ensures that lands are prudently demarcated for a particular purpose.
The intent of the single-family one (SF-1) district is to maintain and create an environment which meets the community needs for single-family dwellings with small accessory apartments, by restricting other uses within the district and by establishing a minimum lot size. ( Ord. 2824 § 2 (Exh.
The R1 single-family dwelling district is intended to apply to an area which is predominantly developed with single-family dwellings or which, by its location, trend of development or planned development designated in the comprehensive plan, is appropriate to such uses.
The intent of the single-family one (SF-1) district is to maintain and create an environment which meets the community needs for single-family dwellings with small accessory apartments, by restricting other uses within the district and by establishing a minimum lot size. ( Ord. 2824 § 2 (Exh.
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RH-1(D) zones are San Francisco's lowest density zoning district, permitting up to one dwelling unit per lot and requiring side yards. To date, all ADU legislation has excluded parcels in RH-1(D) zones from participation.
PDR stands for Production, Distribution and Repair and refers to types of uses defined by San Francisco for zoning purposes.
NC2 \u2013 SmallScale Neighborhood Commercial District. Sec. 712. NC3 \u2013 ModerateScale Neighborhood Commercial District.
Residential Apartment (RA) Zones - RA-1 The RA-1 zone provides for areas predominantly developed with low- to moderate-density development, including detached dwellings, rowhouses, and low-rise apartments. Residential Buildings.
The intent of the single-family one (SF-1) district is to maintain and create an environment which meets the community needs for single-family dwellings with small accessory apartments, by restricting other uses within the district and by establishing a minimum lot size. ( Ord. 2824 § 2 (Exh.

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