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The building is off the street and has a large parking lot. The front door is not visible in the street view, what you are seeing is the side of the building.

Would I need to shoot 360 from the street into the parking lot and around to the front door of this business? This is my first street view project.
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I would start from the street (where the street view car passed) either the sidewalk or pavement the closest you can get to the road the better, just be careful... then every 5 meters (16 foot) approximately take a shot from the same direction as you were driving into the main door.

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The big issue is that parking lot entrance is about 100 yards to the East and then about 50 yards to the north. So there would be a lot of scans to get from the street to the front door. I would basically be mapping the entire area for the development.

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That drops it down the road - It looks like it need to drop near 2940 W Springfield and then look straight south. The entrance is further east like in my photo above.
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