We are expanding our office warehouse space and we have a small room the could be closed off and leased. It would be just 4 walls and a front door so the potential tenant and or guest would have to leave the property to go to the restroom.
I doubt the Code Enforcement Dept of the City of Irving will grant a Certificate of Occupancy for space that has no access to toilets and sinks. But it's a better question for them. Call the City: https://www.cityofirving.org/3233/Ask-Code-Enforcement.
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