A GENERAL LARGE-SCALE DEVELOPMENT is a large-scale DEVELOPMENT or ENLARGEMENT other than a LARGE-SCALE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT or a LARGE-SCALE COMMUNITY FACILITY DEVELOPMENT. A GENERAL LARGE-SCALE DEVELOPMENT may be located in any COMMERCIAL or MANUFACTURING DISTRICT, subject to the restrictions of Section 74-743 (Special provisions for BULK modifications), paragraph (a)(1), on a tract of land containing a single ZONING LOT or two or more ZONING LOTS that are contiguous or would be contiguous but for their separation by a STREET or a STREET intersection, which tract of land:

(a) has or will have an area of at least 1.5 acres; and

(b) is designated as a tract, all of which is to be used, DEVELOPED or ENLARGED as a unit:
(1) under single fee ownership or alternate ownership arrangements as set forth in the ZONING LOT definition in Section 12-10 (DEFINITIONS) for all ZONING LOTS comprising the DEVELOPMENT; or
(2) under single fee, alternate or separate ownership, either:
(i) pursuant to an urban renewal plan for the DEVELOPMENT of a designated urban renewal area containing such tract of land; or
(ii) through assemblage by any other governmental agency, or its agent, having the power of condemnation.

Such tract of land may include any land occupied by BUILDINGS existing at the time an aplication is submitted to the City Planning Commission under the provisions of Article VII, Chapter 4, provided that such BUILDINGS form an integral part of the GENERAL LARGE-SCALE DEVELOPMENT, and provided that there is no BULK distribution from a ZONING LOT containing such existing BUILDINGS.