I am going to put that lathe on wheels. It might be like the one I saw on a thread with tubular construction, but only with much deeper cleanout. Not 100 % on that design yet... but I need to roll it out for change gears and electrical maintenance.
This is mostly storage. I am storing my old lathe, tablesaw, compound mitre saw, fasteners, bins of stuff on the shelfs, old computer desk, and old computer... All wood working will be done outside. The tools will be cleaned totally before re-entering the "shed". The lathe is my secondary lathe to the 1440, so is used mainly for deburring, and the odd simple job. The drillpress is not used much.. But I need this space to be kept much cleaner than even my house.
The same one used by General Motors, Chrysler.. to mention a few.
Why can't you?
For me, I am under the square footage percentage on my property. (just).. I only have two neighbors and a closed school behind me. One of the neighbors does welding and fabrication a lot on his property. The other is not a problem as long as I keep up with cleaning the dog-run. Note that I brought her over and showed exactly what was going on, to gauge reaction. I felt it might be the right thing to do, rather than popping up a building next to her fence. She remarked "that she was boxed in" The school runs on two sides of her property... It will take years before they decide what to do with the old school. Nothing is fast in this town, except all the new restaurants. Her two sheds are right on the property line, not the 4 feet as required now. (grandfathered in).