Successfully Obtained Variance to Reduce On-Site Parking Space Requirement

Represented local business owners seeking a special exception from the City of Atlanta zoning ordinance to reduce the required on-site parking spaces.  We were able to alleviate the concerns of the neighborhood and Neighborhood Planning Unit by working with adjacent property owners, as well as encouraging alternative transportation options.  The Zoning Board’s unanimous vote in favor of the variance protects the business owners from the ever changing nature of the neighborhood and provides finality with regard to the parking affecting their property.

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