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E.g., 11/17/2019
10/01/2019

The term ‘Abut’ is not defined in the Zoning Regulations. However, 11 DCMR B-100.1(g) directs the Office to Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary for terms not defined in the B-100.1....

ZA- 004
10/01/2019

If there is an dining area that is open to the sky for a bar and/or eating establishment located on lower roof area of a building that is adjacent to a ‘partial floor’, of which said partial floor...

ZA-009
10/01/2019

The ‘chargeability’ of Gross Floor Area (GFA) regarding exterior and inset balconies, under the Zoning Regulations, is as follows:

The applicable Zoning regulation regarding Gross Floor...

ZA-002
10/01/2019

The provision in the Zoning Regulations regarding the preservation of rooftop architectural elements in the RF- zones is as follows:

E-206.1 In an RF zone district, the following...

ZA-007
10/01/2019

Under Section B-308.3 of the DC Zoning Regulations [copied below], up to a four foot high parapet on a roof in an R, RF, or RA Zone is allowed to exceed the permitted building height.

ZA-005
10/01/2019

From the Zoning Regulations perspective a complete removal of a building has certain Zoning consequences, [i.e. loss of any rights associated with a non-conformity, and/or the loss of a parking...

ZA-010
10/01/2019

The Zoning Regulations are silent on bay window projections into yards or courts. The Zoning Administrator has determined that they can be treated the same as cornices and eaves, so when...

ZA-003
10/01/2019

The Zoning Administrator has interpreted, in regards to 11 DCMR C-711.6(a):

Within twenty feet (20 ft.) of all street lot lines, a driveway other than as described in Subtitle C § 711.5...

ZA-008
10/01/2019

The Office of Zoning Administrator measures both building height and the penthouse height from the roof slab level and not the surface of the roof assembly or membrane.

ZA-001:
10/01/2019

In order for the framing of a pergola or overhead trellis to be excluded from lot occupancy, the cross members or lattice spacing of said pergola or trellis must be spaced greater than 24 inches...

ZA-006
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