Business Concepts for an Empty Lot

The lot you have is an investment itself if you have purchased it. Its value almost always appreciates as time goes by. If it is bare and empty, there are some things you can do to earn from it. Actually, there are a lot. Here are concepts you can be inspired to turn your empty lot into a business and start earning income from it.  


  1. Parking Lot 

If your empty lot is situated in an area with high populace or popular attractions, you can turn your land into a parking lot that you can charge motorists to park at. And if the lot is not even, you will have to have it leveled first. Leveling services Kalamazoo can assist you with such a task. 

       2. Yoga Studio 

A yoga studio will need a peaceful and picturesque place. If you feel like your land qualifies for such, then you can turn it into a yoga studio. 

       3. Farmer’s Market 

If you live in an area where there is an abundance of fresh produce, then you can turn your empty lot into a farmer’s market and charge local farmers a small fee so they will take part. 

      4. Livestock and Dairy Farm 

Raising livestock and producing dairy is another great way to use your vacant land. Raise chickens, cows, pigs, and produce milk that you can turn into butter or cheese. You can sell them or use them for consumption. They’ll be the freshest you get. 

       5. Wind Farm 

If your land is situated in the perfect location, you can have your empty lot rented by a wind energy company or you can turn it into one yourself. 

      6. Summer Camp 

Most parents send their kids to summer camp during summer break. This helps them learn new things and skills that they can apply when they grow older. You might want to consider turning your empty lot into a summer camp for kids. 

        7. Sports Field 

Sports are a great way for kids and adults alike to be healthy and be athletic. You can establish a sports field in your vacant land and have it rented by a sports team or schools in your area. 

       8. Zoo 

Most if not all kids are very interested and attracted to animals. You can turn your grounds into a zoo and let kids and parents in, to pet or see them in person. 

      9. Antiques Shop 

Antiques can take a lot of space. People who sell them don’t always have space. You can turn your land into an antique shop where people can buy from. You can also rent it to people who have a lot to sell. 

      10. Junkyard 

One of the easiest ways to use your vacant land is as a junkyard. You don’t have to invest a lot for it. People can bring their unwanted things and you can sell them to others who can have a use for them. You can also rent your junkyard and earn from their rent instead.