Q: How many square feet in a parking space?

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Please give me the dimensions of the space...Regularly (270 sq ft) it'd be 540,000 Square Feet

Calculate square feet by multipying length by width.A 6 by 7 space would have 42 square feet.Answer42 square feet

Acre (a unit of area (4840 square yards or 43560 square feet) used in English-speaking countries) and :The people below tried hard, but neither are correct. A one acre parking lot with only lanes and spaces could fit approximately 172 cars. Assuming we are going with box (90 degree) parking, the dimensions of the space required to park two cars is 504 (9 feet wide)(17.5 feet long + 21 foot travel lane + 17.5 foot space) square feet. 504 square feet equals .01157 acres (504 square feet x (1 acre / 43560 square feet )). So that's 2 cars per .01157 acres (504 square feet). 2 cars/.01157 acres = 172.86 cars / acre.

Since the truck is 18 feet long (6 x 3=18), there would be 2 feet left in the parking space. Take those 2 feet and times that by 12 inches for each foot or 24 inches for both feet.

153.14 square feet.

The Guggenheim Museum in New York City has about 207,000 square feet of space.

168 square feet (12x14=168).

That all depends on the Wal-mart you are visiting.

16 x 13 feet has an area of 208 square feet.

Stansted Airport is the third busiest airport in London though it only has one runway. The total retail space at Stansted Airport is appoxiamtely 114,184 square feet. The runway measures 10,000 feet long by 151 feet wide. There are also 25,726 parking spaces there.

Average = 300 sqft of total space per car (including aisles etc) So 36260/300 = 120.

The White House has 55,000 sq. ft. of floor space.