Multifamily dwellings shall comply with the following standards:
Minimum lot area: 48,000 square feet.
Minimum lot width: 200 feet at the front building line.
Minimum lot depth: 240 feet.
Minimum street frontage of lot: 200 feet.
Minimum front yard setback: 75 feet.
Maximum height: two and one-half (21/2) stories or 35 feet, whichever is the lesser. No portion of any multifamily dwelling below the first story or above the second story shall be used for dwelling, sleeping or cooking purposes.
Maximum building area, including garages, sheds and carports: not more than 25% of the lot area.
Maximum density: six dwelling units or families per acre per lot.
No structure shall contain more than six dwelling units.
Minimum dwelling unit area: 1,000 square feet of living space, excluding bathrooms and other nonliving space.
Bedrooms. A multifamily unit shall not contain more than two bedrooms.
Minimum off-street parking area. There shall be provided on the rear of the same lot with any multifamily dwelling one and one-half (11/2) paved parking spaces per dwelling unit. Each parking space shall contain a minimum of 350 square feet.
Minimum recreational area. In addition to parking space, there shall be provided on the same lot with any multifamily dwelling a play or recreational area containing not less than 200 square feet per dwelling unit or family. The recreational area may include play-lot facilities and equipment, sitting areas, group game areas or swimming pools. Landscaped areas which are not developed for recreational purposes shall not be deemed to satisfy the requirements of this section.
At the discretion of the Planning Board, the recreational area and/or parking area of two or more lots may be combined, but, when combined, shall contain a total footage or area equal to the minimum required footage or area of each lot times the number of lots combined.
Application for a building permit for a multifamily dwelling shall be accompanied by:
Said application shall be subject to approval by the Planning Board.