How many square feet of land would i need for 109 parking spaces including 25 feet for backing in and out

In Buying Property - Asked by Diane W. - May 22, 2013
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Ken C.
Shawnee, KS

22,700 sq.ft. which is approx. 0.5acres if one level. ken

May 22, 2013
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Rob B.
Chandler, AZ

If you allow 210 square feet per parking spot, you should be covered. Thus, 109 x 210 = 22,890 square feet. This is a great question to ask of an architect or space planner.
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Jun 4, 2013
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Carl A.
Tacoma, WA

It would depend on you local municipality parking codes, they vary some. For my local area we can use 9x18 as a standard or 8.5x16.5 for a compact (limit of 30% for the compact). Aisle will vary depending on angle of parking stalls.
I would figure this as a u-shaped lot if possible, would give you 4 rows( 2 of 24, 2 of 26) , 2 aisles, 1 back row of 9 with aisle, plus you would need an access aisle. this would take an area of 276x120' for 33,120 plus any other requirements, landscaping, lighting, HC stalls, turning, etc.
figuring a standard stall of 9' wide and a depth of 18' add half the aisle width(24') to the depth for 9x30 = 270' per , normally would have a landscaping requirement of 10-15% so at a min of 32-36,000
Hope this was able to help out
good luck

Jun 6, 2013
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