The purpose of the RS zones is to provide appropriate regulations for the development of single dwelling units that accommodate a variety of lot sizes and residential dwelling types and which promote neighborhood quality, character, and livability. I...Regulation (1 of 1)
|Floor to Area Ratio (FAR)|
|Notes||The maximum permitted floor area ratios based on the lot area in accordance with Table 131-04J. See page 65.|
|Front minimum||15 feet|
|Interior side note||lot width X 0.08|
|Side note||lot width X 0.1|
|Rear note||(A) The required rear setback is at least the dimension shown in Table 131-04D, except as follows: (i) For lots less than 100 feet in depth, the rear setback is at least 10 percent of the lot depth, but not less than 5 feet; and (ii) For lots greater than 150 feet in depth, the rear setback is at least 10 percent of the lot depth or the dimension shown in Tables 131-04C and 131-04D, whichever is greater. (B) Where a rear yard abuts an alley, one-half of the alley width, but not more than 10 feet, may be counted toward the required rear setback. In no case shall a rear setback using this provision be less than 5 feet on the premises. See Diagram 131-04B.|
Kensington is named for a borough in London, England, and its pioneering subdivision dates back to 1910. Developers designed this unique neighborhood based on its geography and the non-standard layout due to its location on a narrow peninsula isolate...
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BLK 3*LOTS 1 & 2*W 80 FT*
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Last updated: March 13, 2023
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