1. The lot size, width, depth, shape and orientation, and the minimum building setback lines shall comply with the applicable zoning district regulations and (for a rezoning) any conditions of zoning approval.
2. The Planning Commission may modify lot area and depth in accordance with the density provisions set out in the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO), Comprehensive Plan, and applicable corridor studies and plans.
3. A lot as used in this ordinance may consist of one (1) or more platted lots or tracts, or parts thereof. Platted lot means a portion of a subdivision intended as a unit for transfer of ownership or for development.
B. Lot Area
C. Lot Width
D. Cul-de-sac or Curved Street Lots
2. The lots shall also be laid out so that their lot frontage, as measured on the arc of the right-of-way line, is at least fifty (50) percent of the required lot width measured at the building setback line and at least thirty-seven (37) feet measured on the arc of the right-of-way line.
E. Arterial or Collector Streets
1. shall not face existing or designated arterial streets,
2. shall not face collector streets unless required by unique topography or shape,
F. Double and Reverse Frontage
G. Flag Lots
H. Corner Lots
Corner lots shall have:
J. Transitional Lot Standards
Purpose: this subsection provides for an orderly transition from lower-density to higher density developments by providing an adequate transition between varying sizes of single- and two-family residential lots. This section offers several options to ensure that transitional development designs achieve a character and appearance comparable to the larger-lot subdivision.
This section applies to subdivisions in the R-1 and R-2 districts that adjoin existing, residential lots. These subdivisions may use any of the options set out in subsections 2 through 4 below to provide a transition between the existing subdivision and the new subdivision.
The subdivisions share a common boundary, or