Former Coca-Cola Plant Converted to Self-Storage in York, Pa.

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Capital Self Storage is expanding its facility in Springettsbury Township, Pa., at the site of a former Coca-Cola bottling plant. The company decided to buy and renovate the property about two years ago. Expansion plans include tearing down the old maintenance garage at the rear of the property and building five new buildings. Once the expansion is complete, the site will have approximately 350 new storage units and 38,000 square feet of additional space, according to facility owner Ken Snyder. The project will cost approximately $1 million, he said.

Source: York Daily Record/York Sunday News, Capital Self Storage to expand former bottling plant location

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