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DTLA Parking Lot, Over 183k sq. ft. Potential Floor Area

DTLA Parking Lot, Over 183k sq. ft. Potential Floor Area

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[Q]R5-4D-O
Zone/District
No Residential Density Limit
Max Unit
22,998 sq. ft.
Lot Size
Tier 3
TOC
3
Lots
Existing Conditions
Floor Area 0 sq. ft.
Units 0
Year Constructed N/A
Assessed Improvement Value $0
Assessed Land Value 3,259,759 (Combined)
Development Potential (By-Right)
Maximum FAR 6:1
Maximum Height
Feet

None

Stories

None

Minimum Setbacks
Front

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Side

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Back

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Max Buildable Area, Footprint 22,998 sq. ft.
Max Buildable Area, Envelope 137,988 sq. ft.
Max Dwelling Units No Residential Density Limit
Affordable Units Required None
Parking Required By right parking for Central City: One space for each dwelling unit, except where there are more than six dwelling units of more than three habitable rooms per unit on any lot, the ratio of parking spaces required for all of such units shall be at least one and one-quarter parking spaces for each dwelling unit of more than three habitable rooms.
Required Bicycle Parking
Long Term 1 space per unit for units 0-25; 1 spaces per 1.5 units for units 26-100; 1 spaces per 2 units for units 101-200; 1 spaces per 4 units for units 201+
Short Term 1 space per 10 units for units 0-25; 1 spaces per 15 unit for units 26-100; 1 spaces per 20 units for units 101-200; 1 spaces per 40 unit for units 201+
Transitional Height Limitations None required
Required Open Space 100 sq ft per unit with less than 3 habitable rooms 125 sq ft per unit with 3 habitable rooms 175 sq ft per unit with more than 3 habitable rooms
Other Development Notes
Development Potential (with TOC or DB)
Maximum FAR 8.1:1
Maximum Height
Feet

None

Stories

None

Minimum Setbacks
Front

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Side

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Back

0 ft.

No setbacks required per Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area

Max Buildable Area, Footprint 22,998 sq. ft.
Max Buildable Area, Envelope 186,283 sq. ft.
Max Dwelling Units No Residential Density Limit
Affordable Units Required 5% of the total number of dwelling units shall be provided for Very Low Income households; and one of the following shall be provided: 10% of the total number of units for Low Income households OR 15% of the total number of units for Moderate Income households OR 20% of the total number of units for Workforce Income households (150% of Area Median Income)
Parking Required No more than one parking space shall be required for each dwelling unit; No parking spaces shall be required for dwelling units or guest rooms set aside for households earning less than 50% of the Area Median Income as determined by LAHD. No more than one parking space shall be required for each dwelling unit (including spaces allocated for guest parking)
Required Bicycle Parking
Long Term 1 space per unit for units 0-25; 1 spaces per 1.5 units for units 26-100; 1 spaces per 2 units for units 101-200; 1 spaces per 4 units for units 201+
Short Term 1 space per 10 units for units 0-25; 1 spaces per 15 unit for units 26-100; 1 spaces per 20 units for units 101-200; 1 spaces per 40 unit for units 201+
Transitional Height Limitations None required
Required Open Space Required open space may be reduced by one half, provided a fee is paid in lieu of providing the open space (the fee is the same as the relevant Quimby fee; however it is in ADDITION to the required Quimby fee)
Other Development Notes Greater Downtown Housing Incentive Area Bonus System Used
Jurisdictional
Legal Description Lots 6-8, Subdivision of Block 71 Ord's Survey
Land Use High Density Residential
Area Planning Commission Central
Community Plan Area Central City
Neighborhood Council Downtown Los Angeles
Council District 14
Councilmember Jose Huizar
Red Flags
Per ORD-164307-SA2600, Notwithstanding Municipal Code Section 12.22-A.18, the property shall be limited to the following uses: 1. Residential uses permitted in the R5 Zone. 2. Hotels, motels, and apartment hotels. 3. Parking buildings, provided Such parking is accessory to the main use of the lot or accessory to the main use of another lot not more than 1500 feet distant therefrom. 4. Any other uses permitted in the C4 zone within buildings which were in existence on the lot upon the effective date of this ordinance. 5. Any other use permitted in the C4 Zone provided the floor area ratio of such use does not exceed 2:1. 6. Any other use permitted in the C4 Zone, including commercial uses with a floor area ratio from 2:1 to 6:1, provided the development plan is approved pursuant to the following procedure: A. The City Planning Commission shall have the authority to approve such development plan if it finds: (1) that the proposed development will be desirable to the public convenience or welfare, and (ii) that the proposed development will be in harmony with the objectives and intent of the Central City Community Plan, and (iii) that the City Planning Commission and the Community Redevelopment Agency Board have determined that the proposed development conforms to the Redevelopment Plan for the Central Business District, and (iv) that the proposed development will not have an adverse impact on existing or planned housing development in the vicinity, and (v) that the proposed development will not reduce the potential for future housing development on any other property planned for housing use in the Central City Community Plan.
Per ORD-164307-SA2600, The total floor area contained in all buildings on a lot shall not exceed six (6) times the buildable area of lot, except for the following: (a) Projects approved under Section 418 (Transfer of Floor Area) of the Redevelopment Plan for the Central Business District Redevelopment Project; (b) Projects approved under Section 415 (Rehabilitation and/or Remodeling of Existing Buildings) or Section 416 (Replacement of Existing Buildings) of said Redevelopment Plan; (c)Projects for which a density variation 50,000 square feet or less is granted under Section 437 of said Redevelopment Plan; (d) Projects for which a density variation of more than 50,000 square feet was granted under Section 437 of said Redevelopment Plan prior to the effective date of this ordinance; (e) Projects approved pursuant to any procedure to regulate transfers of floor area as may be adopted by the City Council. The term "floor area" shall mean floor area as defined in Municipal Code Section 12.21.I-A.5 and 12.21.I-B.4.
Development Plans on this property will be subject to review by the City Center Redevelopment Project. This could also limit the utilization of TOC incentives.
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