how many square feet would be needed for a parking lot with 35 spaces?

In Buying Property - Asked by Robert M. - Oct 1, 2015
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Trevor T.
Pantego, TX

Depends what city your in and what their rules are. Every city is different and sometimes there are variances due to roadway alterations and such.

Oct 1, 2015
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Edmonton, AB

Typically one parking stall consist of an area of 9'x18' = 162'
So 35 spaces will take about 162'x35 spaces= 5670' plus 23' space between the two opposite parking lanes
= 3622.5'plus 5670' equals to a total area of 9292.5'. Please correct me if I am wrong.

Oct 5, 2015
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Francis L.
Santa Clarita, CA

My best estimate is approximately 8,750 SF, based on 250 SF per parking space. This allows ample room for ingress and egress, turning, etc. It depends on the lot location, access from neighboring properties, curb cuts, etc. You should contact your local area planning department for general information, as well as contacting the appropriate professionals regarding design and construction.
Francis Lennarz, RE/MAX of Valencia Commercial . .

Oct 8, 2015
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