Storage Werks received zoning approval this week from the village board to build a new self-storage facility in Mukwonago, Wis. The property will be on the east side of Mukwonago Drive, north of Bay View Road, according to the source.
The plans include the construction of nine buildings comprising 52,868 square feet of storage space. The tan structures will have pitched, asphalt-shingled roofs and white-trimmed faux windows on those that face the facility’s exterior. The site will also include a gate with key-code access, a self-serve kiosk, videos cameras, and landscaping to match the architecture in the area, according to Andy Reahm, owner.
The units will have movable, lockable pins, so they can be expanded to accommodate the needs of clients. The company is also looking to add climate control, the source reported. The property will have a small office that sells moving and packing supplies. “What we’re trying to provide is more of a retail type of experience,” Reahm said.
The developer plans to break ground this spring and open in the fall. Storage Werks has two additional locations under development in Cedarburg and Lisbon, Wis., according to its Facebook page.
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