Developer to Turn Truck-Wash Bays Into Self-Storage Units
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Posted on: 07/14/2010



 

A self-storage developer in Taylor, Pa., received approval Monday from the zoning committee to move forward with plans to build six self-storage units in a commercial plaza.

LA Investments LLC purchased Continental Plaza in November. The building that will house the storage units was originally built as a tractor-trailer truck wash, but the previous owner didn’t complete it.

The developer's plans to turn the wash bays to self-storage units required a zoning change from a C-2A, community commercial to C-3, heavy commercial.

Source:  The Scranton Times Tribune,  Taylor Approves Zoning Change

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