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which all have different requirements, sometimes that's
difficult to have happen just by itself. So that's one
of the benefits, real benefits we can get over a common
overlay district. So we can use this as we need to for
our specific, corridor-specific purposes.
And the next several pages are just our tables
that identify by sub-area each of those nine sub-areas
that are shown on the maps. The recommendations on
height limits in many cases, well, in all cases where
the heights change, it's actually brought down to be
more appropriate for that corridor. We try and list
what the current limits are as well.
Another addition, which is going to be
helpful, especially to folks who are trying to develop
under this code is, we're adding not only, well, if
there's a -- a foot, a feet maximum to height -- for
instance that say -- Let's find one that doesn't have
one. There it is. Sub-Area five, which we've called
mixing speed, which is actually based on B2.
The current code on B2 allows you to develop
up to 45 feet high. It does not list a number or a
number of stories, which many of the others do. So we'd
like to add that as well. So it would remain 45 feet,