I host soccer games when possible but it is extremely difficult to rent out city soccer fields. Is it possible to purchase a residential lot and make it into various soccer fields and rent out the fields to customers?
I’m transfering your question to zoning, but my guess is you can’t. Sounds like you want to run a commercial business from that residential lot. You may be able to apply for a variance and then the city of county would look at increased traffic as well as other issues that will come in to play for the allowance if allowed.
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If the property is zoned for such use, and you jump through all the right administrative hoops. Consult with a good local real estate or land use attorney.
Hope this helps.
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