The final review for a proposed self-storage development in Washington Township, N.J., has been rescheduled for Nov. 14.
Washington Development Co. is proposing to build a 48,500-square-foot self-storage facility at 229 Delsea Dr. The facility would include 350 self-storage units. The developer pulled the application from last week’s zoning board meeting because the company is still waiting on approvals from outside agencies.
The preliminary site plan application was approved June 13. It outlined restrictions and requirements for the proposed development. The facility will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., with a manager on site during those hours. Access will be gained through a keycard or by entering a combination.
In addition, the driveway to the self-storage facility will be lined with trees, but no curbing or sidewalks will be required. Construction will include the removal of about 900 trees from the property, 64 of which will need to be place around the property. The facility’s 30-square-foot sign must be set back from the property line by 10 feet, and the building’s design must be consistent with the redevelopment zone.