The purpose of the Institutional-1 District is to accommodate the orderly development and expansion of Lafayette College, including an area of transition between the College and the surrounding neighborhoods.
The maximum impervious surface ratio for the district is 50%.
The build-to line for the district shall vary to blend with those of the adjacent neighborhoods.
Uses permitted by right in the Institutional-1 District are as follows:
A1 Single-family dwelling.
A2 Single-family semidetached dwelling.
A3 Single-family attached dwelling.
A11 Rooming house.
B1 Cultural activities and exhibitions.
B4 Private social clubs.
C3 General merchandise.
C4 Food establishments.
D7 Administrative offices.
D10 Community services.
D11 Day-care center.
E1 Educational services.
E2 Government services.
E4 Extended-care facility.
E5 Religious worship services.
E6 Residential treatment center.
E7 Rehabilitation facility.
H1 Passenger depot.
H3 Parking lot or structure.
I1 Accessory amusements.
I2 Accessory offices.
I3 Accessory structure.
I4 Temporary structure.
I5 Accessory storage.
I6 Accessory parking area.
I7 Accessory swimming pool.
I8 Accessory religious shelter.
I9 Small family day-care home.
I11 Non-impact home-based business.
A7 Multifamily dwelling.
A8 Residential lowrise.
A12 Mixed residential/business.
A13 Group homes.
C9 Liquid fuels.
[Amended 9-12-2018 by Ord. No. 5653]
H4 Utility services.
H5 Communications facilities.
I10 Large family day-care home.
The Table of Dimensional Criteria for the Institutional-1 (INS-1) District is located at the end of this chapter.
The principal building shall have a minimum building height of 30 feet.
In addition to other design standards of this article pertaining to lot area and width, build-to lines, side yards, building height, and impervious surface, the following shall apply:
Off-street parking lots located along the street front shall be buffered with a masonry wall or hedge a minimum of 30 inches in height.
Communications facilities, including communications towers and communications antennas mounted on an existing public utility transmission tower, building or other structure and existing communications towers and communications equipment buildings, shall meet the requirements of Part 6, Communications Facility Regulations.