After months of delays, Chester Heights Self-Storage opened last month in Chester Heights, Pa.
Originally scheduled to open a year ago, the self-storage development has experienced several delays caused by adverse weather conditions, construction issues and opposition from neighbors.
In June, the Chester Heights Borough Council authorized the issuance of a temporary certificate of occupancy (TCO). The council approved the 60-day TCO despite inspectors identifying several construction items that have yet to be completed. Two self-storage buildings have been erected on the 5-acre site, with two more planned for the future.
Development and construction of Chester Heights Self-Storage took about three years. Several neighbors living behind the storage development previously expressed concern about a privacy buffer. Trees will be planted and an ornamental wrought iron fence was installed along the rear border to enhance the buffer.
Source: Delaware County New Network,Chester Heights Storage Facility Finally Opens