The project will construct an approximately 71,550 square foot warehouse building, to be used for high cube storage and distribution with an ancillary office. The new building will be one story with a maximum height of 42 feet. The project will include two new driveways along Industrial Avenue, nine truck loading docks and 41 parking stalls. Seven trees would be removed and replaced by 36 15-gallon trees.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 71550, Acres 3.62, Employees 30)
Site Plan, Redevelopment
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