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Zoning Downtown Subareas: Washington, D.C., United States

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Description:
Zoning Downtown Subareas. The review of the Zoning Regulations of 1958, as amended, was a project that began in 2007. The new Zoning Regulations of 2016 were published on March 4, 2016 and effective on September 6, 2016.The purposes of the Downtown (D) zones (D-1-R, D-2, D-3, D-4, D-4-R, D-5,D-5-R, D-6, D-6-R, D-7, and D-8) are to provide for the orderly development and use of land and structures in areas the Comprehensive Plan generally characterized as:(a) Central Washington; or(b) Appropriate for a high-density mix of office, retail, service, residential, entertainment, lodging, institutional, and other uses, often grouped into neighborhoods with distinct identities.Detailed information at http://dcoz.dc.gov.
Publisher:
City of Washington, District of Columbia
Collection:
Municipalities Geospatial Data
Place:
Washington, D.C., United States
Subject:
Planning and Cadastral
Type:
Dataset
Contributed by:
Maryland
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