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  • DRAFT ZONING CHANGES to implement Mandatory

    Housing Affordability (MHA)

    Solid zones have a typical increase in development capacity

    Hatched zones have a larger increase in development capacity or change in zone type.

    (M) MHA requirements apply for a typical increase in capacityHigher MHA requirements apply for a larger increase in capacity

    Highest MHA requirements apply for the largest increases in capacity

    (M1)

    (M2)

    Residential Small Lot (RSL)

    Commercial (C)

    Neighborhood Commercial (NC)

    Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)

    Historic Preservation District

    Major InstitutionsMHA applies only to non-institutional uses

    Yesler Terrace Master Planned Community

    zoning changes MHA requirements zone categories exempt areas urban villages

    Existing boundary

    Seattle 2035 10-minute walkshed

    Proposed boundary

    AuroraLicton SpringsResidential Urban Village

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    Cascadia Elementary School and Robert Eagle Staff Middle School

    AuroraLicton SpringsMHA zoning changes

    Principle 3b: Provide a transition between higher- and lower-scale zones. Principle 8a:

    Neighborhood Commercial zoning supports local priorities for pedestrian-oriented urban design.

    Principle 5a: More housing near neighborhood assets like parks and schools.

    Principle 1b: Encourage small-scale, family-friendly housing, such as cottages, duplexes, and rowhouses.

  • Key facts Existing zoning

    Single-family

    Lowrise

    NeighborhoodCommercial

    Commercial

    Draft zoning changes (acres)

    This table shows the quantity of land, zone by zone, where draft zoning changes to implement MHA would occur. A more detailed analysis of how the draft MHA zoning changes could affect development in each urban village will accompany the full citywide draft next month.

    DRAFT ZONING CHANGES to implement Mandatory

    Housing Affordability (MHA) AuroraLicton SpringsResidential Urban Village

    Gross land acres 327

    Net land acres (rights-of-way) removed 232

    Population (2010) 6,179

    Housing units (2015) 3,454

    Renter / owner households 63% / 37%

    Average household size 2.04

    Jobs (2014) 2,218

    Current zoning

    Current zonng SF 5000 LR1 LR2 LR3 NC-40 C-40 C-65 Total

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    LR1 16.6 1.0 17.6

    LR2 26.5 76.4 103.0

    LR3 57.5 57.5

    NC-55 17.6 21.0 38.7

    NC-75 10.8 53.7 64.5

    Total 73.8 1.0 76.4 57.5 17.6 31.8 53.7 311.9

    Neighborhood Commercial 75 (NC-75) zoning along Aurora Ave N supports local goals for pedestrian-orient-ed urban design.

    Residential Small Lot (RSL) and Lowrise (LR) zoning can provide a transition between higher- and lower-scale zones.

  • DRAFT ZONING CHANGES to implement Mandatory

    Housing Affordability (MHA)

    Solid zones have a typical increase in development capacity

    Hatched zones have a larger increase in development capacity or change in zone type.

    (M) MHA requirements apply for a typical increase in capacityHigher MHA requirements apply for a larger increase in capacity

    Highest MHA requirements apply for the largest increases in capacity

    (M1)

    (M2)

    Residential Small Lot (RSL)

    Commercial (C)

    Neighborhood Commercial (NC)

    Multifamily (LR/MR/HR)

    Historic Preservation District

    Major InstitutionsMHA applies only to non-institutional uses

    Yesler Terrace Master Planned Community

    zoning changes MHA requirements zone categories exempt areas urban villages

    Existing boundary

    Seattle 2035 10-minute walkshed

    Proposed boundary

    First HillCapitol HillUrban Center

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