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Summary of Overlay Districts



Updated November 5, 2010

Overlay Districts  Summary
Uptown Arts-Mixed Use Overlay District (ARTS) 
The Uptown Arts-Mixed Use (ARTS) Overlay District was established to encourage retail, entertainment and residential uses that require pedestrian activity; an increased presence and integration of the arts and related cultural and arts-related support uses; a design character and identity of the area by establishing physical design standards and adaptive reuse of older buildings in combination with new buildings; and increased public safety. The ARTS Overlay provides for flexibility in use, height, bulk, bonus density, and combined lot development; and is subject to the Inclusionary Zoning Requirements of Chapter 26 of the Zoning Regulations. No portion of an eating/drinking establishment located on the ground floor of squares fronting 14th Street or U Street, N.W. is permitted to occupy more than fifty percent (50%) of the linear frontage of that square. Where there are conflicts between the ARTS Overlay and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of the Zoning Regulations govern. For more information, including preferred uses, combined lot development, bonus density provisions, and street frontage design requirements, see Chapter 19 of the Zoning Regulations.
Capitol Interest Overlay District (CAP) 
The Capitol Interest (CAP) Overlay District was established to promote and protect the public health, safety, and general welfare of the U.S. Capitol precinct and the area adjacent to this jurisdiction, in a manner consistent with the goals and mandates of the United States Congress. The overlay controls land use, as well as the height and bulk of buildings, for the areas south of the U.S. Capitol and the historic residential district to the east of the U.S. Capitol. The overlay restricts some of the permitted uses allowed in the existing zone districts and provides for more control of the height and bulk allowed in existing underlying zone districts. The height of buildings or structures in the CAP Overlay District shall not exceed forty feet (40 ft.) or three (3) stories in height. Roof structures shall not exceed ten feet (10 ft.) in height above the roof upon which they are located. The maximum permitted density of a building or structure within the overlay district shall not exceed one and eight-tenths (1.8) floor area ratio (FAR). All special exception applications within the overlay are referred to the Architect of the Capitol for review and comment. For more information, including information on specific use regulations and allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Chapter 12 of the Zoning Regulations.
Chain Bridge Road/University
Terrace Overlay District (CB/UT)
 
The Chain Bridge Road/University Terrace (CB/UT) Overlay District was established to preserve and enhance the park-like setting of the Chain Bridge Road/University Terrace area by providing for widely-spaced residences and by regulating alteration or disturbance of terrain, destruction of trees, and ground coverage of permitted buildings and impervious surfaces. The intent of the overlay is to preserve the natural topography and mature trees to the maximum extent feasible in a residential neighborhood; prevent significant adverse impact on adjacent open space, parkland, stream beds, or other environmentally sensitive natural areas; limit permitted ground coverage of new and expanded buildings and other construction, so as to encourage a general compatibility between the siting of new buildings or construction and the existing neighborhood; and limit the minimum size of lots so as to prevent significant adverse impact on existing infrastructure. The CB/UT Overlay provides for lot occupancy and ground coverage restrictions and tree removal limitations. The overlay does not affect the matter-of-right building height, yard, and lot occupancy requirements of the underlying zone districts. Where there is a conflict between the CB/UT Overlay District and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of the Zoning Regulations govern. For more information, see Sections 1565 through 1569 of the Zoning Regulations.
Capitol Gateway Overlay District (CG) 
The Capitol Gateway (CG) Overlay District was established to provide use, height, density (including incentives for bonus density and height), combined lot development, and design requirements to ensure an appropriate mixture of residential and commercial uses and suitable height, bulk, and design of buildings. The overlay is applied to the Buzzard Point and Capitol Gateway areas, which are in the southwest and near southeast quadrants of the city, north or west of the Anacostia River. Specific development objectives of the overlay are: to encourage support and visitor-related uses and continued existing industrial uses; to reduce the height and bulk of buildings along the Anacostia riverfront; to require suitable ground-floor retail and service uses along M Street, near the Navy Yard metro; to provide for a ballpark for major league sport and entertainment and associated uses at Squares 702-706 and Reservation 247; to establish South Capitol Street as a monumental boulevard; and to provide for the development of Half Street, S.E. and First Street, S.E. as active pedestrian-oriented streets. The overlay is mapped on top of the existing underlying zone districts and where there are conflicts, the CG Overlay governs. Bonus density, and sometimes additional height, is available and density transfers are permitted under certain circumstances. For more information, including design requirements for individual streets and allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Chapter 16 of the Zoning Regulations.
Capitol Hill Commercial Overlay District (CHC) 
The Capitol Hill Commercial (CHC) Overlay District was established to implement the goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan, particularly those land use objectives and policies related to improving the physical condition of Capitol Hill through the provision of functional, efficient, and attractive commercial areas; minimizing conflicts between various land uses; locating more intensive and active land uses in areas of Capitol Hill that can accommodate and support such uses; stabilizing and improving commercial areas in portions of Capitol Hill; ensuring the integrity of the Capitol Hill Historic District; and developing and establishing special land use categories to meet the unique characteristics of the commercial areas of Capitol Hill. The overlay also seeks to encourage adaptive reuse of buildings and to provide appropriate incentives for new infill that is compatible with the Capitol Hill Historic District. The maximum building height permitted in the CHC Overlay District shall be that of the underlying zone; however, if the property is located within both the CHC Overlay District and the CAP Overlay District, the maximum height shall be that permitted in the CAP Overlay District. The maximum density permitted for a building or structure in the CHC Overlay District shall be 3.0 floor area ratio (FAR). The maximum density for a building or structure located in both the CHC Overlay District and the CAP Overlay District shall be 2.5 FAR. The maximum density for a planned unit development within the CHC is 3.0 FAR; the maximum density for a planned unit development within both the CAP and CHC overlays is 2.5 FAR. For more information, see Sections 1570 through 1573 of the Zoning Regulations.
Cleveland Park
Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District (CP)
 
The Cleveland Park Neighborhood Commercial (CP) Overlay District was established to provide for safe and efficient pedestrian movement, so as to improve access to retail services, as well as to the Metrorail station; to encourage compatibility of development with the Historic Landmark and Historic District Protection Act of 1978; and to provide for retention of existing housing to help meet the need for affordable housing and to enhance pedestrian activity, safety, and support for businesses. The maximum permitted height for any building or structure in the CP Overlay District shall be forty feet (40 ft.). The matter-of-right density in the CP Overlay District shall be 2.0 floor area ratio (FAR), not more than 1.0 of which may be occupied by nonresidential uses. For more information, including information on allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Section 1306 of the Zoning Regulations.
Diplomatic Overlay District (D) 
The Diplomatic (D) Overlay District was established to implement the Foreign Missions Act and is mapped at suitable locations in the District pursuant to the Act and the Foreign Missions and International Organizations element of the Comprehensive Plan. The overlay allows for the location of a chancery, if not disapproved by the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA). In rendering a decision, the BZA considers the international obligation of the United States to facilitate the provision of adequate and secure facilities for foreign missions in the Nation's Capital; historic preservation and its compliance with District of Columbia and federal regulations governing historic preservation; and the adequacy of parking, security, the municipal interest (as determined by the Mayor) and federal interest (as determined by the Secretary of State). For more information, see Chapter 10 of the Zoning Regulations.
Dupont Circle Overlay District (DC) 
The Dupont Circle (DC) Overlay District was established to preserve and enhance the unique low scale, predominately residential and historic character, and independent small retail businesses of Dupont Circle, given the high-density development pressures caused by its proximity to the Central Employment Area and the Dupont Circle Metrorail Station. In the DC Overlay, the matter-of-right height and density limits serve as the maximum permitted height and floor area ratio for a planned unit development (PUD). Where other provisions of the regulations provide for additional requirements for PUDs, those additional requirements continue to apply. Where there is a conflict between the DC Overlay and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of the Zoning Regulations govern. For more information, see Sections 1500 through 1505 of the Zoning Regulations.
Downtown Development Overlay District (DD) 
The Downtown Development (DD) Overlay District is applied to the core of the Downtown area in northwest Washington, D.C., including sub-areas identified in the Comprehensive Plan as the Downtown Shopping District (Retail Core), the Downtown Arts District, Gallery Place, Chinatown, Pennsylvania Quarter, Convention Center, and Mount Vernon Square. The general purposes are to create a balanced mix of uses; to guide office development, which is favored by market forces, so as to further the land use objectives for retail, hotel, residential, entertainment, arts and cultural uses; to protect historic buildings and places while permitting sensitive and compatible new developments; to achieve desired land use and development policies; to guide building design to be generally consistent with the Downtown Element of the Comprehensive Plan; to foster growth opportunities for and retention of small and minority businesses; and to provide adequate and visually acceptable short-term parking and consolidated loading from streets other than F, G, and 7th Streets. The overlay contains requirements that govern the use, design, height, and bulk of development. It contains both area-wide design standards and use provisions, as well as requirements that are tailored specifically to the Downtown Shopping District, the Downtown Arts District, Chinatown, and the Mount Vernon Triangle District. The overlay provides a wide range of overlapping incentives and requirements to meet its development goals. For more information, including preferred uses, design requirements, transferable development rights, combined lot development, historic preservation restrictions, and affordable housing requirements, see Chapter 17 of the Zoning Regulations.
Eighth Street Southeast
Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District (ES)
 
The Eighth Street Southeast Neighborhood Commercial (ES) Overlay District was established to encourage and allow new business and office development in close proximity to the Navy Yard, with emphasis on firms that will conduct business with the Navy, as well as neighborhood-serving retail and service businesses; allow and encourage medium density commercial development, in the interest of securing economic development, while restricting building heights to a low level so as to respect the historic scale of buildings and the entrance to the adjacent Navy Yard; and provide for safe and efficient pedestrian movement, so as to improve access to retail and other businesses in the area. Restaurants, fast food establishments, and prepared food shops shall be subject to the following limitations: these uses shall occupy no more than fifty percent (50%) of the linear street frontage within the ES Overlay District, as measured along the lots that face designated roadways in the ES Overlay District of which only up to one-half (1/2) of the fifty percent (50%) of the linear street frontage shall be occupied by fast food establishments. The maximum permitted height for any building or structure in the ES Overlay District shall be forty-five feet (45 ft.). The maximum density permitted for commercial and residential uses in the ES Overlay District shall be 3.0 floor area ratio (FAR). For more information, see Section 1309 of the Zoning Regulations.
Foggy Bottom Overlay District (FB) 
The Foggy Bottom (FB) Overlay District was established to require the scale of development to be consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and the characteristics of the low-scale residential neighborhood. The intent of the overlay is to: protect of the integrity of the historic district; enhance the residential character by maintaining existing residential uses; improve human scale streetscape by maintaining public space as landscaped green spaces and limiting curb cuts; preserve areas planned as open backyards and alleyways; and promote the use of public transportation. The matter-of-right height and density limits shall serve as the maximum permitted height and floor area ratio for planned unit developments. Where there is a conflict between the FB Overlay and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of the Zoning Regulations govern. For more information, see Sections 1521 through 1524 of the Zoning Regulations.
Forest Hills Tree and Slope Protection Overlay District (FH) 
The Forest Hills Tree and Slope Protection (FH/TSP) Overlay District was established to preserve and enhance the park-like setting of certain designated neighborhoods including Soapstone Valley and Melvin C. Hazen Park. The overlay is meant to preserve the natural topography and mature trees to the maximum extent feasible in the Forest Hills neighborhood. The overlay limits permitted ground coverage of new and expanded buildings and other construction so as to encourage a general compatibility between the location of new buildings or construction and the existing neighborhood. The FH Overlay is mapped over R-1-A, R-1-B, and R-2 zoned properties. The maximum permitted building height is governed by the underlying zone districts. The maximum lot occupancy allowed is 30 percent (30%). The minimum lot size allowed is 9,500 square feet. There is a minimum side yard requirement of 8 to 24 feet. For more information, see Sections 1516 through 1520 of the Zoning Regulations.
Fort Totten Overlay District (FT) 
The Fort Totten (FT) Overlay District was established to allow existing industrial businesses to remain and expand and to propose land use control policies to further implement the Comprehensive Plan. The purpose of the FT Overlay is to: encourage a scale of development and a mixture of building and land uses as generally required by the Comprehensive Plan; encourage future residential and commercial development by means of the provisions of the underlying CR and C-3-A Districts while enabling existing industries that provide jobs, tax revenues, and critical support functions to remain in the District; and protect surrounding residential areas from the adverse impacts of existing industrial support uses by means of the buffering standards provided in this overlay district. Where there is a conflict between the FT Overlay and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of the Zoning Regulations govern. For more information, see Sections 1561 through 1564 of the Zoning Regulations.
Georgia Avenue Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District (GA) 
The Georgia Avenue (GA) Overlay District was established to implement the objectives of the Petworth Metro Station Area and Corridor Plan and the Great Streets Framework Plan for 7th Street; to encourage additional residential uses and improved commercial uses; to provide uniform building design standards and set guidelines for development review for planned unit development and special exception proceedings; and to encourage vertically-mixed uses (ground-floor commercial and residential above) within a quarter mile of the Georgia Avenue – Petworth Metrorail Station. The ground floor level of each building or building addition shall have a uniform minimum clear floor-to-ceiling height of 14 ft. To accommodate this, those building shall be permitted an additional five feet of building height over that permitted as a matter-of-right in the underlying zone. In the GA/C-2-A Zone District, 70% lot occupancy shall be permitted for those buildings that include residential use. For more information, including prohibited uses, design requirements, and allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Sections 1327 through 1331 of the Zoning Regulations.
H Street Northeast Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District (HS)  
The H Street (HS) Northeast Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District was established to provide use (commercial and residential), density, design, and planned unit development requirements for lots fronting on H Street, N.E. from 2nd Street to 15th Street, N.E., zoned C-2-A, C-2-B, C-2-C, C-3-A and C-3-B. The overlay is broken up into geographical sub-districts. The purposes of the HS Overlay are to implement the Comprehensive Plan and the H Street, N.E. Strategic Development Plan; encourage residential use, particularly affordable housing and for reuse of upper floors; encourage the clustering of uses into unique destination districts, specifically a housing district from 2nd Street to 7th Street (HS-H), a neighborhood-serving retail shopping district from 7th Street to 12th Street (HS-R), and an arts and entertainment district from 12th Street to 15th Street (HS-A); to establish design guidelines consistent with the historic character and scale of the Overlay District; and to encourage the uses of existing buildings along the corridor. The ground floor level of each building or building addition shall have a uniform minimum clear floor-to-ceiling height of 14 ft. To accommodate this, those building shall be permitted an additional five feet of building height over that permitted as a matter-of-right in the underlying zone. For the HS-H and HS-A Sub-Districts, the overlay reduces the amount of non-residential use allowed in new construction. The overlay also provides bonus density for new construction that preserves an existing facade constructed before 1958 in all sub-districts. For more information, including design requirements, allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, and restrictions on planned unit developments, see Sections 1320 through 1326 of the Zoning Regulations.
Hotel/Residential
Incentive Overlay District (HR)
 
The Hotel/Residential (HR) Incentive Overlay District was established to encourage construction of hotels and apartment houses to further elements of the District of Columbia's development plans, including goals in employment, population, transportation, housing, public facilities, and environmental quality. The HR Overlay authorizes hotels and apartment houses to be constructed at greater building heights and densities than other buildings and uses permitted in the underlying zone districts. The maximum height of a building containing a hotel apartment house may exceed that permitted in the underlying zone, provided that the height does not exceed that permitted by the Building Height Act of 1910; that the building contains a minimum of 2.0 floor area ratio (FAR) devoted to hotel or apartment house use; and that the building complies with the projection requirements of the overlay. For more information, see Chapter 11 of the Zoning Regulations.
Langdon Overlay District (LO)  
The Langdon Overlay (LO) District was established to implement the Comprehensive Plan by protecting residences and residents from the adverse environmental, safety, and aesthetic impacts of abutting industrially zoned properties and uses; to encourage retention of existing commercial and light manufacturing uses; and to allow new businesses under special controls designed to protect the quality of life and neighborhood character of the adjacent residential neighborhood. Any use prohibited in the Mixed Use (CR) District by § 602; outdoor materials storage or outdoor processing, fabricating, or repair, whether a principal or accessory use; and incinerators are prohibited in the LO if it is located in whole or in part within one hundred feet (100 ft.) of a Residence District. Yard and screening standards apply to development of a lot in the LO District that abuts a Residence District. For more information, see Section 806 of the Zoning Regulations.
Macomb-Wisconsin Neighborhood Commercial
Overlay District (MW)
 
The Macomb-Wisconsin Neighborhood Commercial (MW) Overlay District was established to provide public review of large developments in respect to their proposed uses, vehicular access, and the scale and massing of proposed buildings so as to ensure compatibility with and enhancement of the primary neighborhood retail function of the commercial area and to advance the other purposes of this overlay district. Within the overlay, on a lot that has 10,000 square feet or more in land area, construction of a new building or enlargement of the gross floor area of an existing building by 50% or more shall be permitted, subject to review and approval as a special exception by the Board of Zoning Adjustment. For more information, including allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Section 1308 of the Zoning Regulations.
Naval Observatory Overlay District (NO) 
The Naval Observatory Precinct (NO) Overlay District was established to promote the public health, safety, and general welfare on land adjacent to or in close proximity to the highly sensitive and historically important Naval Observatory, in keeping with the goals and policies of the Federal and District elements of the Comprehensive Plan and the adopted Master Plan for that facility. The maximum permitted building height in the NO Overlay shall not exceed forty feet, including planned unit developments. Special exceptions are subject to additional approval criteria. For more information, see Sections 1531 through 1534 of the Zoning Regulations.
Reed-Cooke Overlay District (RC)  
The Reed-Cooke (RC) Overlay District was established to protect existing housing and provide for the development of new housing; maintain heights and densities at appropriate levels, encourage small-scale business development that will not adversely affect the residential community; ensure that new nonresidential uses serve the local community by providing retail goods, personal services, and other activities that contribute to the satisfaction of unmet social, service, and employment needs in the Reed- Cooke and Adams-Morgan community, and protect adjacent and nearby residences from damaging traffic, parking, environmental, social, and aesthetic impacts. The maximum height permitted in the RC Overlay District shall not exceed forty feet (40 ft.) plus roof structure as defined in this title; provided, that in the RC/C-2-B Overlay District, a maximum height of fifty feet (50 ft.), plus roof structures, shall be permitted to provide for the on-site construction of low and moderate income household units for a total gross floor area equal to fifty percent (50%) of the additional gross floor area made possible by the height bonus. No planned unit development shall exceed the matter-of-right height, bulk, and area requirements of the underlying district. Where there are conflicts between this chapter and the underlying zone district, the more restrictive regulations shall govern. For more information, including prohibited uses and allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Chapter 14 of the Zoning Regulations.
Southeast Federal Center Overlay District (SEFC) 
The Southeast Federal Center (SEFC) Overlay District was established to provide for the development of a vibrant, urban, mixed-use waterfront neighborhood, offering a combination of uses that will attract residents, office workers, and visitors from across the District and beyond. The objectives of the SEFC overlay are to: ensure a mix of residential and commercial uses with suitable height, bulk, and building design; encourage high-density residential development with a pedestrian-oriented streetscape; encourage support and visitor-related uses; reduce height and bulk of buildings along the Anacostia riverfront; require ground-floor retail and service uses near the Navy Yard Metrorail station; encourage development that is sensitive to historically significant buildings and the adjacent Navy Yard; and establish zoning incentives and restrictions to provide a publicly-accessible park for W-0 Zone District uses along the Anacostia River. The maximum height allowed under the SEFC Overlay varies from 90 to 130 feet, depending on the underlying zone and location within the overlay. The maximum density also varies depending on the underlying zone and location within the overlay. For more information, including design requirements, preferred ground-floor uses and prohibited uses, see Chapter 18 of the Zoning Regulations.
Sixteenth Street Heights
Overlay District (SSH)
 
The Sixteenth Street Heights (SSH) Overlay District was established to preserve and enhance the residential character of the Sixteenth Street Heights neighborhood by regulating the expansion of non-residential uses of residential property, regulating the expansion of existing non-residential uses, and preserving residential housing units; and continuing to provide a range of facilities and institutions, with improved public review and control over external effects. The same protections are afforded under SSH-1 as SSH-2, although the factors that justified their inclusion in the overlay differ. A nonresidential use with a valid Certificate of Occupancy as of July 29, 1994 is considered a conforming use and may expand by up to ten percent (10%) of its gross floor area as a matter-of-right, provided certain criteria are met. A proposed new nonresidential use or an expansion of an existing nonresidential use in excess of ten percent (10%) of gross floor area is permitted as a special exception, if approved by the Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA), provided certain criteria are met. Where there is a conflict between this chapter and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provision shall govern. For more information, see Sections 1551 through 1553 of the Zoning Regulations.
Takoma Neighborhood
Commercial Overlay District (TK)
 
The Takoma (TK) Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District was established to reserve sufficient open space to provide adequate light and air to encourage retail and service uses and for pedestrian circulation around the Takoma Metro station; to require a minimum clear floor-to-ceiling height on the ground floor sufficient for neighborhood-serving retail, service and office uses; and to allow and encourage residential development to help meet the need for housing, enhance safety, and provide sufficient demand for neighborhood-serving retail, service, and office uses. The overlay provides for front yard setbacks for new construction, including additions, as well as a minimum ground floor ceiling height of 14 feet for most commercial development (see Section 1310.9 for exception). Those buildings with a minimum clear floor-to-ceiling height of fourteen feet (14 ft.) on the ground floor level are permitted a total building height of fifty-five feet (55 ft). For more information, including allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Section 1310 of the Zoning Regulations.
Tree and Slope Protection
Overlay District (TSP)
 
The Tree and Slope Protection (TSP) Overlay District was established to preserve and enhance the park-like setting of designated neighborhoods adjacent to streams or parks, by regulating alteration or disturbance of terrain, destruction of trees, and ground coverage of permitted buildings and other impervious surfaces. The TSP Overlay District is designed for residential neighborhoods that have a significant quantity of steep slopes, have stands of mature trees, are located at the edge of stream beds or public open spaces, and have undeveloped lots and parcels subject to potential terrain alteration and tree removal. Principal buildings and accessory buildings on a lot shall not exceed a total lot occupancy of thirty percent (30%). The maximum impervious surface coverage on a lot shall be fifty percent (50%) with some exceptions. The construction of a building, accessory building, or an addition to a building or the creation of any impervious surface area is permitted as a matter-of-right subject to tree removal limitations. Where there is a conflict between this chapter and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of this title shall govern. For more information, see Sections 1511 through 1515 of the Zoning Regulations.
Wesley Heights Overlay District (WH) 
The Wesley Heights (WH) Overlay District was established to preserve and enhance the low density character of Wesley Heights by regulating construction and alteration of residential and other buildings in the area. The purposes of the WH Overlay are to preserve in general of the neighborhood, allow reasonable opportunities for owners to expand their dwellings, and preserve existing trees, access to air and light, and the harmonious design and attractive appearance of the neighborhood. No structure, including accessory buildings, shall occupy an area in excess of thirty percent (30%) of the lot with some exceptions. The gross floor area of all buildings and structures on the lot shall not exceed the sum of two-thousand (2,000) square feet plus forty percent (40%) of the area of the lot, with a few provisions. All residential buildings shall have a front yard setback equal to or greater than the average setback of all structures on the same side of the street in the block where the building in question is located. Where there is a conflict between this chapter and the underlying zoning, the more restrictive provisions of this title shall govern. For more information, see Sections 1541 through 1543 of the Zoning Regulations.
Woodley Park Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District (WP) 
The Woodley Park Neighborhood Commercial (WP) Overlay District was established to provide for safe and efficient pedestrian movement, so as to improve access to retail services, the Metrorail station, and other uses in the area. No hotel, inn, or fast food establishment shall be permitted in the overlay. The maximum permitted height of any building or structure in the overlay shall be forty feet (40 ft.) in the WP/C-2-A Overlay District and fifty (50 ft.) in the WP/C-2-B Overlay District. The matter-of-right density in the WP/C-2-A Overlay District shall be 2.5 floor area ratio (FAR), not more than 1.0 FAR of which may be occupied by nonresidential uses; and the matter-of-right FAR in the WP/C-2-B Overlay District shall be 3.0 FAR, not more than 1.0 FAR of which shall be occupied by nonresidential uses. For more information, including allowable Inclusionary Zoning modifications, see Section 1307 of the Zoning Regulations.