A restaurant building that’s more than 70 years old and still operating might be demolished and replaced by a self-storage facility in Levittown, PA. SAFStor Old Lincoln LLC submitted plans to change Michael’s Restaurant and Lounge at 935 Old Lincoln Highway in Falls Township into a three-story, 109,650-square-foot mini-warehouse and self-storage building. The plans have not yet been approved and will go through the land-development process.
Source: Levittown Now
On Oct. 12, the planning board in Mount Laurel, NJ approved a three-story, 110,000-square-foot building on Beaver Avenue, a mostly residential street. There was negative feedback from unhappy residents of Beaver and nearby Oregon avenues. The developer’s attorney pointed out that the self-story facility is “an expressly permitted use” for the almost-2-acre site that’s across from a Route 73 Walmart. Source: Courier Post
In Colorado, the Garfield County commissioners approved changing the site formerly called 480 Donegan into a space mostly for storage facilities and commercial units. The vote passed unanimously on the first reading with only a few minor amendments. Source: Post Independent
One Stop Self Storage opened a new location at 535 East 3rd St. in Dayton, OH.
My Attic Self Storage opened a new facility at 1525 Falls Road in Toccoa, GA. It’s the company’s third facility in Toccoa, with a total of 116 units. Source: Digital Journal
MV Investment finished building its new climate-controlled self-storage facility on Kathleen Road in Lakeland, FL and sold it to HPI on Oct. 24 – MVI’s second sale in a month. The price was not disclosed. The facility has 94,569 square feet and three stories. Since 2018, MVI Investment has developed and sold 17 self-storage units in Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Town officials on the North Providence, RI council will present a proposed ordinance change to limit self-storage facilities. The full council will consider the measure on Nov. 7. North Providence seeks to limit “excessive production of self-storage units.” It’s just one of several communities doing so, including Pawtucket, Central Falls, Providence and East Providence. Source: Valley Breeze