Inclusionary Housing designated areas
“Inclusionary Housing designated areas” shall be those areas specified in Section 23-922 (Inclusionary Housing designated areas).
Lower income household
In #R6, R7 and R8 Inclusionary Housing designated areas#, #lower income households# shall also include all existing households in tenancy, provided such households occupy units that are within a #building# in which rents for all occupied units are regulated by City or State law, and the aggregate maximum permitted annual rent roll for such occupied units, divided by the number of occupied units, is less than 30 percent of the applicable income limit for a #lower income household# as provided in this Section. In determining the applicable income limit for such #lower income households#, the Commissioner of Housing Preservation and Development may make adjustments, consistent with U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations, for the number of persons residing in each unit.
Lower income housing
However, in #R6, R7 and R8 Inclusionary Housing designated areas#, #lower income housing# shall include #standard units# assisted under City, State or Federal programs.
R6, R7 and R8 designated areas
“R6, R7 and R8 designated areas” shall be those areas specified in Section 23 922 (Certain R6, R7 and R8 Districts).
23-941 In R10 Districts other than Inclusionary Housing designated areas
The #floor area ratio# of a #development# may be increased from 10.0 to a maximum of 12.0 at the rate set forth in this Section, if the developer of such #development# provides #lower income housing# pursuant to Section 23-95 (Lower Income Housing Requirements).