M2-3 Zoning NYC

M2-3 Zoning NYC

(Last Updated On: April 1, 2019)

M2-3 Zoning is a Medium Manufacturing Zoning district in NYC. The M2-3 Zoning District is limited to manufacturing and some commercial uses.

 

M2-3 Zoning

The M2-3 Zoning District is a sub district of M2 Zoning in NYC. M2 is a Medium Manufacturing Zoning District having manufacturing and limited commercial uses. M2-3 Zoning is mapped in Manhattan along the East and West Waterfronts.

 

M2-3 Zoning Regulations

The New York City Zoning Resolution is complicated and quite in depth. In this article we will review some basic Zoning Codes with regards to manufacturing zoning district M2-3. This analysis does not assume to cover every possible issue, but provide a general overview of the zoning codes.

 

M2-3 Zoning Specifications

M2-3 Floor Area Ratio (FAR):

Floor Area Ratio determines the floor area that can be built on the property.

FAR = 2

Yard Requirements for Commercial Use in M2-3

Side Yards

Side Yards are not required, but if side yards are provided it must be at minimum 8 feet wide.

Rear Yard

20 Foot rear yard required

M2-3 Height And Setback

Initial Setback Distance

20 feet on narrow street

15 on wide street

Building Height Within Initial Setback Distance = 60 feet or 4 stories whichever is less

Sky Exposure Plane Vertical to Horizontal

Narrow Street Sky Exposure Plane = 2.7 to 1

Wide Street Sky Exposure Plane = 5.6 to 1

M2-3 Alternate Height And Setback

Alternate height and setback regulations can apply if you provide open space for the entire length of the front lot line.

Depth Of Optional Front Yard

15 feet on narrow street

10 on wide street

Sky Exposure Plane Height Above Street Line = 60 feet

Sky Exposure Plane Vertical to Horizontal

Narrow Street Sky Exposure Plane = 3.7 to 1

Wide Street Sky Exposure Plane = 7.6 to 1

 

Thank You for reading our Blog Post on M2-3 Zoning in NYC.

I hope this was helpful. You can leave questions or comments below. If you want to discuss a specific project with an architect or want help with a zoning analysis please feel free to contact Fontan Architecture directly. We will be happy to help.

 

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