The proposed project would involve the development of a 7.33-acre site as a RV storage and personal storage facility. The proposed project would include the construction of an office building, consisting of 1,632 square feet, and a manager’s residence, consisting of 1,482 square feet. Storage buildings would be located around the site’s perimeter while the RV storage would be concentrated in the center of the site. A total of 428 storage units would be provided, totaling 97,250 square feet. The RV storage would consist of both covered surface parking areas and enclosed storage. A total of 16 enclosed spaces and 28 covered spaces would be provided. A total of 12 parking spaces would be provided for patrons and employees. Of this total, 2 stalls would be reserved for ADA parking. Access (both ingress and egress) to the site would be provided by a 50-foot wide, two-way driveway connection with the east side of Three Flags Avenue. Two secondary, non-public access ways would connect to the roadways located on the north and south sides. Internal roadway widths would range from 20 feet to 50 feet. A total of 40,415 square feet would be landscaped.
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Commercial (Sq. Ft. 97250, Acres 7.33, Employees 8)
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