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(1) Hospitals, Clinics or Other Medical Facilities. In the R-3 and R-4 zones, these uses are subject to the following special regulations:

(a) Hospitals, clinics, or other medical facilities are prohibited in the residentially zoned area beginning on East 13th Avenue and Willamette Street, then south on Willamette Street to East 19th Avenue, then east on East 19th Avenue to Patterson Street, then north on Patterson Street to East 18th Avenue, then east on East 18th Avenue to Hilyard Street, then north on Hilyard Street to East 13th Avenue, then west on East 13th Avenue to Willamette Street. (See West University Plan.)

(b) Hospitals, clinics, or other medical facilities in existence on April 14, 1982 within the residentially zoned area beginning at East 13th Avenue and Hilyard Street, then south on Hilyard Street to East 18th Avenue, then east on East 18th Avenue to Kincaid Street, then north on Kincaid Street to East 13th Avenue, then west on East 13th Avenue to Hilyard Street shall be allowed to remain subject to an existing approved conditional use permit. Expansion of any existing facility within this area is limited to the area under development control by the existing facility as of December 1, 1981. (See West University Plan.)

(c) Hospitals, clinics, or other medical facilities in that portion of the West University Neighborhood designated as East 12th High Density Residential and Clinic Area, shall be permitted, subject to an approved conditional use permit. Expansion of medical facilities in existence on August 1, 2001 shall be allowed on land used for such purpose as of August 1, 2001 without the requirement to comply with the residential density requirements. The proposed conversion of land in residential use for the expansion of existing medical facilities or the establishment of new medical facilities shall be subject to the residential density requirements of Table 9.2750. (See West University Plan.)

(d) Clinics and other medical facilities shall be permitted in that portion of the Coburg/Crescent area designated for high-density residential use, subject to an approved planned unit development.

(e) Hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities are prohibited in that portion of the westside neighborhood designated as the central residential area. (See Westside Neighborhood Plan.)

(f) In the areas described in (b) and (d) above, hospitals, clinics, or other medical facilities are permitted subject to an approved conditional use permit, and are not required to comply with the residential density requirements of Table 9.2750.

(2) Accessory Dwellings. Accessory dwellings are subject to the standards at EC 9.2750 and EC 9.2751, except that new accessory dwellings are prohibited on alley access lots.

(3) Rowhouses.

(a) In R-1, new rowhouses are prohibited within the city-recognized boundaries of Amazon Neighbors, Fairmount Neighbors and South University Neighborhood Association.

(b) In R-1.5, rowhouses shall comply with all of the following:

1. Maximum Building Size: Eight rowhouses in a building, no more than 180 feet in width.

2. Minimum Interior or Rear Open Space Required: 400 square feet per rowhouse with a minimum smallest dimension of 14 feet.

3. Auto access and parking shall be provided from the alley to the rear of the lot; there shall be no auto access from the front of the lot.

4. Siting requirements of EC 9.2735.

(4) Duplex. When located in R-1, a duplex shall conform to 1 of the following standards below, except that new duplexes are prohibited within the city-recognized boundaries of Amazon Neighbors, Fairmount Neighbors and South University Neighborhood Association:

(a) The duplex was legally established on August 1, 2001.

(b) The duplex is on a corner lot abutting public streets as provided in EC 9.2760 Residential Zone Lot Standards, which is at least 8,000 square feet in size.

(c) The duplex is on a lot that was identified as being developable for a duplex on a subdivision plat.

(5) Triplex. When located in R-1, a triplex shall be on a lot that was identified as a triplex lot in a subdivision, except that new triplexes are prohibited within the city-recognized boundaries of Amazon Neighbors, Fairmount Neighbors and South University Neighborhood Association.

(6) Fourplex. When located in R-1, a fourplex shall be on a lot that was identified as a fourplex lot in a subdivision, except that new fourplexes are prohibited within the city-recognized boundaries of Amazon Neighbors, Fairmount Neighbors and South University Neighborhood Association.

(7) C-1 Neighborhood Commercial in Residential Zones. Uses permitted outright in the C-1 Neighborhood Commercial zone shall be permitted in any residential zone through the planned unit development process with a demonstration that the commercial uses will serve residents living in the PUD.

(8) C-1 Neighborhood Commercial in R-2, R-3 and R-4 Zones. Uses permitted outright or subject to site review in the C-1 Neighborhood Commercial zone shall be conditionally permitted in the R-2, R-3 and R-4 zone when the minimum residential density is achieved on the development site. All applicable standards for uses in the C-1 zone shall be complied with or granted an adjustment through the conditional use permit process except as follows:

(a) Neighborhood Commercial uses being approved through the conditional use permit process shall be located on arterial streets.

(b) In R-2, EC 9.2161(1) Small Business Incentives in C-1 shall not apply. Instead, each individual business shall be limited to a total of 2,500 square feet of floor area.

(c) Buildings within the maximum front yard setback shall be oriented toward the street.

(d) Maximum front yard setback shall be no greater than the predominant front yard original setback line in the immediate vicinity.

(e) No off-street parking shall be located between the front facade of any building and the primary adjacent street. This standard applies to new buildings and to completely rebuilt projects constructed after August 1, 2001.

(f) In new development, 60% of the site frontage abutting a street shall be occupied by a building within the maximum setback or by an enhanced pedestrian space. No more than 20% of the 60% may be an enhanced pedestrian space.

(g) Building Entrances:

1. All building sides that face an adjacent public street shall feature at least one customer entrance.

2. Building sides facing two public streets may feature one entrance at the corner.

3. Each commercial tenant of the building, unless an accessory to the primary tenant, shall be accessed through individual storefront entrances facing the street.

(h) Ground floor walls shall contain display windows across a minimum of 50 percent of the length of the street-facing wall of the building. Windows meeting the criteria of display windows shall have sills at 30 inches or less above grade.

(9) Permitted, subject to the PRO zone use limitations and standards in Table 9.2630, EC 9.2631 and EC 9.2640.

(10) In addition to any residential structures for religious personnel, Churches, Synagogues and Temples in R-1 are permitted to have up to two dwellings per lot that are not subject to the multiple-family standards at EC 9.5500, provided all of the following are met:

(a) Each dwelling is used exclusively for low-income individuals and/or families where all units are subsidized. For the purposes of this section, low-income means having income at or below 80 percent of the area median income as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

(b) Each dwelling is limited to 800 square feet in area and 18 feet in height.

(c) The development site does not exceed the maximum net density per acre in EC 9.2750.

(Section 9.2741, see chart at front of Chapter 9 for legislative history from 2/26/01 through 6/1/02; amended by Ordinance No. 20270, enacted November 25, 2002, effective December 25, 2002; Ordinance No. 20285, enacted March 10, 2003, effective April 9, 2003; Ordinance No. 20299, enacted October 22, 2003, effective November 21, 2003, remanded on February 25, 2005 and provisions administratively removed on April 11, 2005; amended by Ordinance 20302, enacted November 10, 2003, effective December 10, 2003; Ordinance No. 20353, enacted November 28, 2005, effective January 1, 2006; Ordinance No. 20417, enacted August 11, 2008, effective July 7, 2009; Ordinance No. 20526, enacted March 12, 2014, effective April 12, 2014; Ordinance No. 20541, enacted July 28, 2014, effective August 29, 2014; Ordinance No. 20592, enacted May 14, 2018, effective June 16, 2018; and Ordinance No. 20625, enacted January 21, 2020, effective February 22, 2020.)