A self-storage project in Chester Heights, Pa., is facing more hurdles, once again delaying the facility’s grand opening.
Chester Heights Self-Storage Center was originally scheduled to open a year ago. The opening was derailed by adverse weather conditions and construction issues, but was reportedly expected to open April 15. It could be another month before the problems are resolved, according to Chester Heights Fire Marshal Mike Ciocco.
Road paving around the first two buildings is now complete and an emergency access road has been added. A water line leak was also repaired. The facility still needs monitors for the sprinkler system, and city-approved fencing.
The 5-acre facility will open with two storage buildings, with expansion plans for two more.
Source: Delaware County News Network, Chester Heights Business Openings Delayed