Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 1 – 8 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 CHAPTER 1. ​INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS | Article 1.4. Building Types Sec. 1.4.1. Building Type Descriptions Article 1.4. Building Types Sec. 1.4.1. Building Type Descriptions The following building types have been established to allow for detailed regulation of the form within each zoning district. All graphic depictions of building types are for illustrative purposes only. A. Detached House A building constructed to accommodate 1 dwelling unit on a single lot. A series of detached houses as part of a cottage court may be located on a single lot. In a Mixed Use District, a detached house may be used for nonresidential purposes. B. Attached House A building constructed to accommodate 2 principal dwelling units on a single lot. A series of attached houses as part of a cottage court may be located on a single lot. In a Mixed Use District, an attached house may be used for nonresidential purposes. C. Townhouse A building constructed to accommodate 2 or more dwelling units that are horizontally integrated where each dwelling unit is separated vertically by a party wall. Units may be placed on individual lots or the entire building may be placed on a single lot. In a Mixed Use District, a townhouse may be used for nonresidential purposes. D. Apartment A building constructed to accommodate 3 or more dwelling units that are vertically or horizontally integrated. A common kitchen is allowed. A limited set of nonresidential uses may be allowed in ground floor corner units in a Mixed Use District. E. General Building A building constructed to accommodate nonresidential uses on all floors. F. Mixed Use Building A multi-story building constructed to accommodate retail on the ground floor and uses in addition to retail on the upper floors. G. Civic Building A building that in residential zoning districts exclusively accommodates civic uses, as well as rest homes, day care centers, life care, congregate care, special care facilities and accessory uses. Land uses otherwise allowed in the applicable zoning district are allowed in civic buildings in nonresidential zoning districts.

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