Zoning laws affect where and how you can operate your business. Certain areas are zoned for specific uses. Areas that are zoned for commercial use are often able to support a wide range of businesses. However, there are restrictions. Some of the most common property uses in areas zoned for Real Estate Development include:

  • Office buildings
  • Shopping centers or retail
  • Hotels
  • Certain kinds of warehouses

In addition to these, some apartment complexes can be constructed in areas zoned for commercial use. Vacant land with the potential for future development can also be zoned as commercial.

How Zoning Laws Affect Real Estate Development

Having purchased and developed land, our lead attorney William Timmons is familiar with the concerns of commercial developers. No matter the type of business, we understand that you will have questions about what is and is not permitted in the area you want to develop.

As an owner and operator of several businesses, Mr. Timmons has worked with zoning boards and has taken the time to thoroughly learn and understand the laws in Greenville and South Carolina.

Depending on the type of establishment you are developing, the laws may be more or less strict. There are a variety of concerns to keep in mind, including:

  • Parking
  • Property use
  • Location of utility lines
  • Access to the building

Understanding the restrictions you may face requires analyzing the specific business you are looking to operate. There are ways to challenge zoning laws, and having an experienced lawyer is a valuable tool.

Questions About Zoning Laws?

Experienced zoning attorneys can help you create the business you want in the location you want. Call us today at 864-616-1468 or email us to learn more.