The City Planner may, upon application by the owner or lessee of any property, authorize the joint use of parking facilities by the following uses or activities under the conditions specified herein:
A. Up to 50 percent of the parking facilities required by this chapter for primarily nighttime uses, which may include theaters, bowling alleys, bars, restaurants and related uses, may be supplied by other types of buildings or uses which are primarily daytime uses such as banks, offices, retail, personal service shops, clothing, food, furniture, manufacturing or wholesale and related uses.
B. Up to 20 percent of the parking facilities required by this chapter for primarily daytime uses may be supplied by primarily nighttime uses.
C. Up to 100 percent of the parking facilities required by this section for a church or for an auditorium incidental to a public or parochial school may be supplied by the off-street parking facilities provided by uses primarily of a daytime nature.
D. Multiple family uses having at least 5 units and motels having at least 10 units shall be considered nighttime uses for the purpose of shared parking calculations; however no more than 10 percent of their required parking may be provided by daytime uses.