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Maximum building length is defined as the total length of a primary building mass fronting a street or open space as shown in Figure 12.64.214 Maximum Building Length. Maximum building length shall be as specified in BMC 12.64.100. Districts. Buildings shall not exceed this maximum length. A developer may build multiple buildings, each with an individual length that does not exceed the maximum building length.

The primary building mass is the most prominent mass of the building from its street frontage. Breaks in the primary building mass may be achieved through recessed sections where the recessed façade is clearly articulated as a different mass through materials, lower roof line or other means.

Fig. 12.64.214. Maximum Building Length

(Ord. 2171 § 3 (Exh. C), 2015).