3880414 - Planning Code - Uses in the Upper Market NCT and NCT-3 Zoning Districts

San Francisco

Ordinance amending the Planning Code to revise the NCT-3 (Moderate-Scale Neighborhood Commercial Transit) District controls to allow Arts Activities, Philanthropic Administrative Services, and Public Facilities as a principal use on all stories and provide that in this District Arts Activities are considered to be active uses; revise the Upper Market Neighborhood Commercial Transit (NCT) District controls to allow Arts Activities and Institutional Uses as a principal use on all the first and second stories, allow Institutional Uses as a principal use on the first and second stories and as a conditional use on the third story and above, and to allow General Entertainment as a principal use on the first and second stories, delete the note for an existing ground-floor bar, and require a health service use on the first story that is not a licensed community or free clinic to comply with formula retail controls; delete the Upper Market NCT District from the requirements for ground floor commercial uses; modify the requirements for liquor stores and bars in the NCT-3 and Upper Market Street NCT Districts, add additional conditional use criteria for liquor stores and require liquor stores to comply with standard location and operating conditions, and add additional uses to the definition of Open Air Sales; delete Philanthropic Administrative Services from the Code as a separately-defined Institutional Use; affirming the Planning Department’s determination under the California Environmental Quality Act; making findings of consistency with the General Plan, and the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1; and adopting findings of public necessity, convenience, and general welfare under Planning Code, Section 302.

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