Vacant land for sale. Sec. 3-2.9 High Density Mixed-use district (HDMU). (a) Purpose. The High Density Mixed-use (HDMU) district establishes appropriate areas and land use regulations for a complimentary mix of high density residential uses and compatible non-residential uses within urban areas. The primary intent of the district is to provide for a mix of neighborhood retail sales, services and professional offices with greater dwelling unit density and diversity than the Low Density Mixed-use district. Additionally, the HDMU district is intended to rely on urban street connectivity and encourage vertical mixes of commercial and residential uses within the same building to accommodate a physical pattern of development characteristic of village main streets and older neighborhood commercial areas. Residential uses within the district include all forms of single-family, two-family and multi-family dwellings. LDC 3:40 Supp 8 (b) Permitted uses. Permitted uses within the HDMU district are limited to the following: (1) Residential. The following residential uses are allowed throughout the district, but if within a Commercial (C) future land use category they are permitted only if part of a predominantly commercial development. a. Groupliving,excludingdormitories,fraternityandsororityhouses,and residential facilities providing substance abuse treatment, post-incarceration reentry, or similar services. b. Manufactured(mobile)homes,includingmanufacturedhomesubdivisions, but excluding new or expanded manufactured home parks. c. Single-family dwellings (other than manufactured homes), detached or attached, including townhouses and zero lot line subdivisions. d. Two-familyandmulti-familydwellings. See also conditional uses in this district.