Max. Allowed Homes

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Red means single-family or duplexes only

Orange means triplexes or fourplexes are legal

Green means larger apartment buildings are legal

Apartment buildings are illegal to build in {{ round apt_illegal_pct 0 }}% of {{ city }}

"Apartment building" is defined to be a building with 3 or more homes. It is illegal to build a building with more than 5 homes in {{ round apt5_illegal_pct 0 }}% of {{ city }}.

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Assumes 2.5 apartments per 10 ft of height per {{ commas lot_size }} sq ft

Calculations include waiverless ADUs and ground-floor retail requirements

Many apartment buildings already exist in the red and orange areas but would be illegal to build today

You can see why new development is concentrated in the Mission, Soma, and Tenderloin neighborhoods

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Percentages exclude parks and open space.

Data from City of Mountain View. Code on Github. {{/compare}}

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