as allowing setbacks to be reduced to a level that results in right-of-way widths being less than the established minimum requirement.
(2) Rear Setback. The rear setback extends across the full width of a zoning lot or site, the depth of which is the minimum horizontal distance between the rear property line and a line parallel thereto on the rear plane of the principal building, except that on a corner lot the rear setback shall extend only to the side setback abutting the right of way. (3) Side Setback. The side setback extends from the rear line of the required front setback, or the front property line where no front setback is required, to the required rear setback, or the rear property line where no rear setback is required. The width is the horizontal distance between the side property line and a line parallel thereto on the side of the principal building, except that the corner side setback shall extend to the rear lot line. (4) Garage Setback . A garage shall be located a minimum of 20 feet from a public right-of- way, whether attached to the principal structure or detached, where the access to the garage faces the public right-of-way. The side and rear setbacks for principal or accessory structures, as applicable, shall apply to a garage, based on the standard in accordance with the Land Development Ordinance.
Figure – Garage Setback
Internal Building Setbacks
A. Except for multi-family, townhouses, mixed-use developments, and developments located within the DC-1 & DC-2 Form-Based Districts and the RMU, CMU & EMU Form-Based Districts, internal building setbacks for flex space buildings, and congregate living facilities shall comply with the following setback standards:
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