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’ of building height difference between the adjoining districts where boundaries include a right-of-way.
Buildings on the edge of the Downtown District should be 3 stories in height to relate to the buildings in the Downtown District. Any lot that abuts a single family home in the Historic Residential District can be no more than 3 stories in height. These lots should also include a landscape buffer adjacent to the District boundary.
Architecture and access should respect the residential nature of the adjacent District.