(1) Residential Standards. In all employment and industrial zones, one dwelling unit is allowed per development site. That unit may be contained within the primary structure on-site or it may be an external, stand-alone unit if it meets the following criteria:
(a) Unit shall not be located between the primary structure and the front property line, unless development in existence as of June 23, 2014 precludes compliance.
(b) Unit shall be generally sited behind the primary structure except where development in existence as of June 23, 2014 precludes compliance.
(2) Special Allowances for properties with frontage on major arterial streets in the E-2 zone. On lots with frontage on a major arterial street, the uses allowed in Table 9.2450 subject to this standard shall not exceed 30,000 square feet of building area per development site. This square footage limitation shall apply only to new development, and it shall not preclude reuse of existing buildings. Such uses are not allowed on lots without frontage on major arterial streets.
(3) Special Retail Trade Allowance when accessory and directly related to the primary use in the E-1, E-2, I-2, and I-3 zones. Commercial uses allowed in Table 9.2450 subject to this standard can comprise up to 50 percent of the total square footage of the primary use on the development site and shall not exceed 30,000 square feet. The primary employment and industrial use must comprise no less than 50 percent of the total square footage.
(4) Special Allowances when independent from the primary use in the E-1 and I-2 zones. These uses shall not exceed the following square footage limitations. The primary employment and industrial use must comprise no less than 50 percent of the total square footage.
(a) In the E-1 Campus Employment zone, the uses can comprise up to 20 percent of the total square footage of the primary use on a development site. No single “Specialty Retail” establishment shall exceed 5,000 square feet.
(b) In the I-2 Light Industrial zone, the uses can comprise up to 5,000 square feet on development sites with frontage on an arterial street.
(5) Drug Treatment Clinic – Non-Residential. Use is permitted on property located within a quarter mile of a transit route.
(6) Use of Existing Buildings. Theaters with live entertainment and ballet, dance, martial arts, and gymnastic school/academy/studio are conditionally permitted in existing buildings. No new buildings shall be constructed in the employment and industrial zones with the primary purpose of live theatrical productions or ballet, dance, martial arts, and gymnastic school/academy/studio.
(7) Separation between Retail Marijuana Uses. No portion of the premises of a retail marijuana use may be located within 1,000 feet from the premises of another retail marijuana use.
(a) “Premises” means the location of a retail marijuana use described in a license issued by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission pursuant to ORS 475B.105.
(b) “Retail Marijuana Use” means a recreational marijuana retail facility licensed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission pursuant to ORS 475B.105.
(c) “Within 1,000 Feet” means a straight line measurement in a radius extending for 1,000 feet or less in every direction from the closest point anywhere on the premises of a retail marijuana use to the closest point anywhere on the premises of another retail marijuana use.