Two businesses will have to move in order to make room for an expansion of Grand River Mini-Storage in Howell Township, MI—and they’ve come up with a unique solution.
The expansion plans of Grand River Mini-Storage will displace Auto One Glass & Accessories and and local “party store” On the Go. The latter two businesses have decided to team up and move into a proposed new building across the street.
“We’re getting kicked out of this place after almost 19 years,” said Ron Overbeck, co-owner of Auto One. “So, we decided to build a new building with the guy next door.”
Sandeep Ghelani, owner of On the Go, wants to build a 7,100-square-foot building at 2425 W. Grand River Ave., to hold what would be called the Grand River Party Store, plus the auto shop.
Grand River Mini-Storage plans to expand by adding a three-story, 19,000-square-foot building. It currently has 550 storage units, and the new building will add 150.
Source: Livingston Daily
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