Because the Zoning Regulations contain several provisions regarding the regulation of Accessory Buildings, the Office of Zoning Administration has summarized these regulations in RF zones for clarity:
The Office of Zoning Administration has a long-standing practice that it will recognize a submitted building permit application that is considered complete for foundation to grade and/or new construction of the permanent...
Section D-805.1, which denotes the Wesley Heights Overlay map entitled "Required Front Yard Setbacks” for the R-14 and R-15 zones, illustrates the required front yard setback dimensions for these areas:
Section B-304.8 excludes certain portions of an interior of a building from the calculation of Gross Floor Area [GFA]:
The Office of Zoning Administration has reviewed several applications where a portion of a top of a building is being used as roof deck which is adjacent to a partial top story at the same level.
The longstanding practice of the Office of Zoning Administration allows accessory buildings which are non-conforming due to not meeting required yard setbacks and/or contributing to an excessive lot occupancy, to be razed...
This interpretation summarizes the standard operating procedure (SOP) between DOB’s Office of Zoning Administration and the Office of the Surveyor regarding the condition of a Record Lot that is overlain by an Assessmen
The Zoning Administrator has determined that a Certificate of Occupancy for an existing hotel would not need to be changed to allow an extended stay hotel operation. A hotel or lodging use is permitted to have short term [i.e.
The Zoning Regulations exclude fences from yard setback requirements under Section B-324.1(b):
Under Section K-811.9(a), the amount of street frontage for eating and drinking establishments is limited to not more than 50% of specified blocks in the Mixed-Use Uptown Arts Zones.