Use Group 11 NYC Manufacturing Zoning
The NYC Zoning Resolution has Use Groups to categorize buildings based on their use. NYC Zoning Use Group 11 consists of certain manufacturing uses.
Zoning NYC Use Group 11
Certificate Of Occupancy for Use Group 11
Use Groups are listed on the Certificate Of Occupancy for a building. Use Group 11 has three categories. A Certificate Of Occupancy or CO for Use Group 11 would identify the use of spaces as:
Use Group 11A Manufacturing
- Art needlework, weaving, or tapestries
- Books, hand binding or tooling
- Custom manufacturing of Ceramic Products
- Custom manufacturing or altering Clothing
- Hair products manufacturing
- Jewelry manufacturing precious metals
- Medical, dental, drafting instruments, optical goods, or similar precision instruments
- Musical instruments, except pianos and organs
- Orthopedic or medical appliances, custom manufacturing
- Printing, custom, up to 2,500 square feet (Floor area Restriction does not apply in C6 Zoning Districts)
Use Group 11B
Use Group 11B consists of certain Wholesalers
- Ship Chandlers
- Wholesalers with accessory storage up to 2,500 square feet.
Use Group 11C
Use Group 11C is for Accessory Uses
Where Can You Build Use Group 11 in NYC?
Commercial Zoning Districts
You can develop Use Group 11 in certain commercial districts in NYC:
- C5 Restricted Central Commercial
- C6 General Central Commercial
- C8 General Service
Manufacturing Zoning Districts
Manufacturing Zones allow for Use Group 11
NYC Zoning Use Group 11
As an architect I study Zoning Codes closely, but these are complicated and quite involved issues. In this article we reviewed some of the basic concepts with regards to the NYC Zoning Use Group 11. This post does not assume to cover every possible issue or condition, but provide a general overview of the topic.
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Author Jorge Fontan AIA
This post was written by Jorge Fontan, a Registered Architect and owner of Fontan Architecture.