Can I demolish my existing single-detached home and replace it with a duplex, triplex, or quadplex?

HB 2001 requires that cities allow duplexes to be built on any lot in a residential zone where single-detached homes are allowed. And triplexes and quadplexes would be allowed on most, but not all, lots. Regardless, it is safe to assume that triplexes and quadplexes would be allowed on a high percentage of lots, as required by state law.

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1. Can I demolish my existing single-detached home and replace it with a duplex, triplex, or quadplex?
2. Will the city allow large apartments with commercial uses on the ground floor in lower density residential neighborhoods?
3. What would prevent re-development that includes only the highest density housing type - for example, only quadplexes get built but no duplexes? Would there be required percentages of each housing ty
4. In addition to the cottage clusters, will the city consider allowing tiny houses, particularly tiny houses on wheels (THOWs), as another housing option?
5. For existing properties with typical frontage improvements from earlier decades, will the city require that those improvements be brought up to current standards (sidewalk widths, landscaping, utili