Mixed use definition

Mixed use means land, buildings or structures used, or designed or intended for use, for a combination of non-residential and residential uses;
Mixed use means construction of both mixed income housing and construction of space for any combination of retail, office, services, artisan, and recreational and community facilities, provided at least 40 percent of the gross floor area of the buildings involved is mixed income housing. “Mixed use” does not include industrial use.

Examples of Mixed use in a sentence

  • The Group discloses four operating segments which include Hotel & Spa, Mixed use, Restaurant and Retail.

  • PROPOSED COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Mixed use development EXISTING COMP LAND USE & DENSITY: Regional mixed use LOCATION: East of Shillelagh Road, south of Dominion Commons Shopping Center, and west of Cahoon Plantation Golf Course TAX MAP SECTION/PARCELS: Parcel 0460000000510 and portions of parcels 0460000000520, 0460000000530, and 0460000000531 BOROUGH: Deep Creek (Continued from the May 18, June 22 and September 21, 2010 City Council meetings) The Planning Commission recommends denial.

  • Mixed use development of B1 offices space and new high density homes overlooking a landscape area with SUDS.

  • Mixed use property should be separated between investment property and property, plant and equipment.

  • SC1); and(b) where involving garden centre – within the Major centre zone, District centre zone, Local Centre zone, Neighbourhood centre zone, Mixed use zone - Fringe commercial precinct (precinct no.


More Definitions of Mixed use

Mixed use means land, buildings or structures used or designed or intended to be used for a combination of residential uses and non-residential uses;
Mixed use means a development comprising both commercial and residential
Mixed use means a building incorporating residential uses in which a minimum of 30 percent of
Mixed use means any building or buildings containing a
Mixed use means a building incorporating residential uses in which a minimum of 30% of the useable floor space will be devoted to commercial, office or industrial use. Buildings where less than 30% of the useable floor space is devoted to commercial, office or industrial use shall be considered primarily residential in nature and shall not be eligible for a grant under 13VAC5-112-330. This definition applies only for the purpose of qualifying for Enterprise Zone incentives pursuant to 13VAC5-112-330.
Mixed use means any building or structure containing residential and non-residential uses;