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In this part of the series on “zoning” bonuses in the city of Philadelphia, we explore Floor Area Bonuses provided under the Mixed Incoming Housing, Green Building, and Underground Accessory Parking & Loading Bonuses.
The first part of this series on “zoning” bonuses in the city of Philadelphia looked at the Mixed Income Housing, Green Roof and Fresh Food Market Bonuses (see, “Density and Dimensional Bonuses Allowed for Mixed-Used Properties Under the Philadelphia Zoning Code,” CLLS October 2020). In Part Two, we explore Floor Area Bonuses provided under the Mixed Incoming Housing, Green Building, and Underground Accessory Parking & Loading Bonuses, which are available, in whole or in part, to properties with a zoning classification of CMX-3, CMX-3 within the Transit-Oriented Development Overlay (TOD), or CMX-4.
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