Mixed-use property means an eligible property that includes three or more residential units and may also contain a commercial property component in the same building.
More Definitions of Mixed-use property
Mixed-use property means all Assessor’s Parcels of Developed Property that have more than one property classifications, allowing for both residential and other use types on each such Assessor’s Parcel. For an Assessor’s Parcel of Mixed Use Property, the Special Tax shall be calculated and levied for each use type present on the Assessor’s Parcel.
Mixed-use property means a Tax Parcel that contains buildings whose use descriptions are capable of assignment under a Code Description in more than one Property Use Category in the Improvement Codes.
Mixed-use property means real estate, other than a Retail Facility or a Single-User Property, improved for use as a combination of two or more of (a) multi-family use, (b) office use, and (c) retail facility use, provided such real estate contains gross leasable retail area of not less than 50,000 square feet and not more than 300,000 square feet.