Single Family Detached Condominiums
Single family detached condominiums shall be subject to all requirements and standards of the applicable zoning districts including minimum floor area requirements and minimum lot size. For the purpose of computing density, the number of dwelling units in a site condominium development shall not exceed the density of platted subdivision, if such a development were proposed for the site.
There shall be maintained a minimum distance of seventy (70) feet from the center of one (1) residential dwelling unit to the center of another residential dwelling unit. This seventy (70) foot requirement shall be computed along the front building line. In addition, building envelopes shall be depicted on the site plan to assure that the minimum twenty-five (25) foot front yard, thirty-five (35) foot rear yard, and eight
foot side yard can be met. This distance shall be measured from the outside limits of a building envelope to the outside limits of its constituent limited common area.
Multiple Family, Commercial and Industrial Condominiums
Two-family, multiple-family, commercial and industrial condominium projects shall be located only in those zoning districts allowing those uses as permitted or conditional uses, and shall be subject to all of the requirements and standards of the Zoning District in which they are located. Such standards shall include but not be limited to minimum floor area requirements, minimum lot size, density, and the setback requirements of the Ordinance for the District in which the project is located.
After submittal of the condominium plan and by-laws as part of the master deed, the proprietor shall furnish to the Village a copy of the site plan on a photographic hard copy, laminated photostatic copy or mylar sheet of at least twelve by sixteen (12 x 16) inches with an image not to exceed ten and one-half by fourteen (10-1/2 x 14) inches.
SECTION 5.19 - SITE PLAN REVIEW AND APPROVAL
It is recognized by this Ordinance that there is a value to the public in establishing safe and convenient traffic movement to higher density sites, both within the site and in relation to access streets; that there is value in encouraging a harmonious relationship of buildings and uses both within a site and in relation to adjacent uses; further that there are benefits to the public in conserving natural resources. Toward this end, this Ordinance requires site plan review by the Planning