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Derrels Mini Storage Seeks to Build Self-Storage Facility in Visalia, CA

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Derrel’s Mini Storage is seeking approval to build a new self-storage facility in Visalia, Calif., but because of the location of the proposed site, it will require approval from the county as well as the cities of Tulare and Visalia. The 14-acre parcel south of Avenue 264 and east of Mooney Boulevard is currently zoned for agriculture and falls within Tulare’s urban-area boundary.

The Tulare County Board of Supervisors this week considered the proposal for the facility, which would be built in two phases and encompass 323,700 square feet of self-storage space. The project would also include 2,522 square feet of office space or a residential structure, according to the source.

As part of a 2013 county agreement, administrators will work with city officials to ensure the project is consistent with the public interest to provide economic opportunity, the soured reported.

Derrel's Mini Storage has more than 50 facilities in Coastal and Central California, including three in Visalia. The operator’s portfolio comprises approximately 11.28 million square feet of net rentable square feet in about 72,200 units. Company owner Derrel Ridenour last year donated $3 million in cash in addition to a previous gift of 4 acres of land to help Fresno County build a new animal shelter.

 

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