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May 2015 CHAPTER2-PreferredGrowthStrategy 40 Employment Center These areas offer a variety of ways to accommodate jobs including stand-alone businesses corporate campuses office parks medical campuses or higher education facilities. These areas typically are located near major transportation corridors. Primary Professional Office Medical Research and Development Light Industrial Flex Space Secondary Commercial Serving center Civic and Institutional Parks Open Space and Trails L a n d U s e C o n s i d e r a t i o n s Land Use Mix Separate Uses Typical Lot Coverage 25 to 65 Typical Use Coverage 10 Residential90 Non-Residential Residential Density NA Non-Residential Intensity 0.20 to 0.50 FAR Prevailing Building Height 1 to 3 Stories Typical Block Length 800 to 3000 Feet Street Pattern Grid or Curvilinear Street Connectivity Varies Transportation Options Auto Open Space Elements Natural Areas Parking Provision Surface lot Design Guidance Manufacturing Logistics Center These areas support large-scale manufacturing and production including assembly and processing regional warehousing and distribution bulk storage and utilities. These areas are found near major transportation corridors highway or rail. Primary Factory Heavy Assembly Warehouse Distribution and Trucking Secondary Commercial small-scale Open Space L a n d U s e C o n s i d e r a t i o n s Land Use Mix Separate or Mixed Uses Typical Lot Coverage 35 to 50 Typical Use Coverage 60 Residential40 Non-Residential Residential Density 1 Density UnitsAcre Non-Residential Intensity 0.35 to 0.85 FAR Prevailing Building Height 1 to 2 Stories Typical Block Length 400 to 1000 Feet Street Pattern Grid Street Connectivity Low Transportation Options Auto Bicycle and Pedestrian Open Space Elements Parks Plazas and Ponds Parking Provision Surface lot On-street Design Guidance