The definitions of Mixed-use High Occupancy Housing Development is:
A. A mixed-use development with:
- More than 20 percent of the total dwelling units having four bedrooms or more;
- One or more dwelling unit(s) containing four or more sanitation facilities; or
- The total number of dwelling units per acre, or bedrooms per acre, requires a Conditional Use Permit for an MHOHD in accordance with the building form and property development standards of the property’s designated Non-Transect Zone; or, if the property owner has elected a Transect Zone, the density is greater than 29 dwelling units per acre or 72.5 bedrooms per acre.
B. Mixed-use Housing Development, either for rental or purchase, in which all dwelling units are permanently affordable and offered at 60 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI) in compliance with the Department of Housing and Urban Development regulations shall not be categorized as High Occupancy Housing Development, regardless of the number of units, bedrooms, or zoning.
- Sanitation Facility. The Zoning Code defines a sanitation facility as a delineated area for bathing that contains a toilet, shower, sink, and a shower or tub. The fixtures (toilet, sink, and a shower or tub) may be located in a room or in close proximity that functions as a Sanitation Facility as determined by the Zoning Administrator.
- Bedroom. The Zoning Code defines a bedroom as a room in a residence marketed, designed, or likely to function primarily for sleeping.