The Project Applicant proposes development of the 51.92-acre Project site with a 996,194 square foot (sf) warehouse building with 986,194 sf allocated to warehousing area and 10,000 sf allocated to office use. The proposed building would feature 120 truck trailer dock doors on the northern elevation and 116 truck trailer dock doors on the southern elevation (236 total dock doors). The Project would include 328 parking stalls along the eastern and western edges of the Project site and 306 truck trailer parking stalls on the northern and southern edges of the Project site. Access to the Project site would be provided by two driveways along Ottawa Street on the southern edge of the Project site. The Project would include a proposed rail spur which connects to the Burlington North Santa Fe Railroad along the eastern edge of the proposed building. The Project site is vacant and undeveloped under existing
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 996194, Acres 52, Employees 1)
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