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 Types of T3 Zones


Regulating use is an important component of any zoning code. In T3 zones, neighborhood types are influenced by the functions and uses of the existing buildings and historical conditions.


Restricted (R) residential single family ONLY
Limited (L) residential single family AND ancillary units (granny flats)
Open (O) residential single family AND two family residence (duplex)


Illustration of a T3 R       



Single Family Residence R R R
Community Residence R R R
Ancillary Unit   R  
Two Family Residence     R
Multi Family Housing      
Home Office R R R
Live - Work      
Work - Live      
Community Facility      
Recreational Facility E E E
Religious Facility E E E
Civil Support      
Infrastructure & Utilities W W W
Elementary School E E E
Middle / High School E E E
Pre-School E E E




A complete version of this diagram (for all transect zones) is found in Article 4, Table 3 of the Miami 21 Zoning Code.


      R = the use is permitted by Right
     W = the use is permitted by Warrant
      E = the use is permitted by Exception

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