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In the districts indicated, the following uses are permitted by special permit of the Board of Standards and Appeals, in accordance with standards set forth in Article VII, Chapter 3.




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In the districts indicated, the following uses are permitted by special permit of the City Planning Commission, in accordance with standards set forth in Article VII, Chapter 4, or as otherwise indicated in this Section.


In the districts indicated, except as otherwise specifically provided in the Use Groups permitted in such districts and in Sections 36-11 (General Provisions) and 36-61 (Permitted Accessory Off-street Loading Berths), all permitted uses which are created by development, or which are enlarged or extended, or which result from a change of use shall be subject to the provisions of this Section with respect to enclosure within buildings. With respect to the enlargement or extension of an existing use, such provisions shall apply to the enlarged or extended portion of such use.


In the districts indicated, all such uses shall be located within completely enclosed buildings except for store fronts or store windows, associated with eating and drinking establishments, which may be opened to serve customers outside the building upon the adoption of initial rules governing the Permanent Open Restaurants program by an authorized agency following authorizing legislation by the City Council.


In the districts indicated, all such uses shall be located within completely enclosed buildings or within buildings which are completely enclosed except for store fronts or store windows which may be opened to serve customers outside the building.


In the districts indicated, high-intensity uses, as listed in the definition of health and fitness establishments, shall be subject to the following additional enclosure and environmental conditions:


In the districts indicated, in any building, or portion of a building occupied on one or more of its upper stories by residential uses or by community facility uses, no commercial uses listed in Use Group 6, 7, 8, 9 or 14 shall be located above the level of the first story ceiling, provided, however, that permitted signs, other than advertising signs, accessory to such commercial uses may extend to a maximum height of two feet above the level of the finished floor of the second story, but in no event higher than six inches below the lowest window sill of the second story. In any other building, or portion thereof, not more than two stories may be occupied by commercial uses listed in Use Group 6A, 6B, 6C, 6F, 7, 8, 9 or 14.


However, in C1 or C2 Districts mapped within R9 or R10 Districts or in C1-8, C1-9, C2-7 or C2-8 Districts, non-residential uses listed in Use Group 6, 7, 8, 9 or 14, where permitted by the applicable district regulations, may occupy the lowest two stories in any building constructed after September 17, 1970. For buildings constructed in such districts prior to September 17, 1970, located in Community District 6 in the Borough of Manhattan, such non-residential uses may occupy the lowest two stories in such building, provided that:


In the districts indicated, in any building, or portion of a building occupied by residential uses, commercial uses listed in Use Group 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 or 16 may be located only on a story below the lowest story occupied in whole or in part by such dwelling units or rooming units, except that this limitation shall not preclude the location of any such commercial use below the level of the first story ceiling, or the extension of a permitted sign, other than an advertising sign, accessory to such commercial use, to a maximum height of two feet above the level of the finished floor of the second story, but in no event higher than six inches below the lowest window sill on the second story.


In the districts indicated, uses in the Use Groups listed in the following table and marked with asterisks in the Use Group listing shall be located only as follows and as set forth in the following table:


In the districts indicated, and in C1 and C2 Districts mapped within R9A and R10A Districts, uses within stories that have a floor level within five feet of curb level fronting on a wide street shall be limited to non-residential uses except for Type 1 lobbies, and entryways to subway stations provided in accordance with the applicable provisions of Section 37-33 (Maximum Width of Certain Uses).


In the districts indicated and in C2 Districts mapped within R7D or R9D Districts, uses within stories that have a floor level within five feet of curb level shall be limited to non-residential uses which shall extend along the entire width of the building, except for Type 1 lobbies, entrances and exits to accessory off-street parking facilities, and entryways to subway stations provided in accordance with the provisions of Section 37-33 (Maximum Width of Certain Uses). Such non-residential uses comply with the minimum depth provisions of Section 37-32 (Ground Floor Depth Requirements for Certain Uses).


In all districts, as indicated, for zoning lots with single frontage, no primary business entrance, show window or sign shall be located on that portion of the street frontage within a distance of 20 feet from frontage on the same side of the street in a Residence District.


In all districts, as indicated, no primary business entrance, show window, or sign shall be located on that portion of the street frontage of a corner lot within 75 feet of frontage on the same side of the street in a Residence District.


In all districts, as indicated, primary business entrances, show windows or signs may be located on any frontage within a Commercial District, if the Commissioner of Buildings finds that the zoning lot on which the business entrance, show window or sign is to be located:


However, notwithstanding any provision of this Section, flags, banners or pennants other than those that are advertising signs, located on any zoning lot used primarily for community facility uses of a civic, philanthropic, educational or religious nature, are permitted in all districts, as indicated, without limitation.


In all districts, as indicated, all permitted signs shall be subject to the restrictions on surface area and illumination as set forth in this Section, provided that the following signs shall be exempted from such restrictions on surface area:


In all districts, as indicated, the total surface area of all permitted signs, including non-illuminated or illuminated signs, shall not exceed the limitation established for non-illuminated signs, as set forth in Section 32-642.


In the districts indicated, illuminated non-flashing signs are permitted with a total surface area (in square feet) not exceeding three times the street frontage of the zoning lot in feet, but in no event shall the total surface area exceed 50 square feet for interior or through lots or 50 square feet on each frontage for corner lots.


In the district indicated, illuminated or flashing signs, other than advertising signs, and advertising signs with indirect illumination, are permitted, provided that the total surface area of all such signs (in square feet) shall not exceed five times the street frontage of the zoning lot (in feet) and that the surface area of each sign shall not exceed 500 square feet.


In the districts indicated, except as otherwise provided in Section 32-653 (Additional regulations for projecting signs), no permitted sign shall project across a street line more than eight feet.


In the districts indicated, except as otherwise provided in Section 32-653 (Additional regulations for projecting signs), no permitted sign shall project across a street line more than 18 inches for double- or multi-faceted signs or 12 inches for all other signs. 350c69d7ab


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