c. District Edges

Development on blocks adjacent to another District or the Community Redevelopment Agency boundary should reflect a transition in height and density. Where the two districts’ boundaries intersect, there should be no more than 30 feet of building height difference between the adjoining districts. Mid-block changes in height and bulk should occur to relate to the adjacent district.

The blocks that border the Downtown District should step up in height. The blocks that are adjacent to the Midtown District should be 2 to 3 stories.

Uses on these two district edges are an appropriate location for small multi-family buildings within the Downtown and Midtown Districts.

Buildings with Cars Outside Broome Law Firm Home - Photo by Kimke

Photo by Kimke