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Parking Mixed use comm/residential parking reductions

Sid Welch

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For a comprehensive (excessive?) treatment of this subject, see the San Diego zoning code, Section 142.0545. The url is clerkdoc.sannet.gov/website/mc/mc.html.
 

mike gurnee

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To encourage loft conversions, we exempt residential parking requirements in the CBD zone. In other districts, it is required. I can see the rationale for reductions; I also see problems. Where we have CBD loft apartments, the tenants do not always leave during business hours--compounding downtown parking problems.
 
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