Land-development firm Premier A-2 Warrington PA LLC is seeking zoning approval to turn the site of the former Happy Tymes Fun Center into a self-storage facility in Warrington, Pa. The company purchased the property 2071 County Line Road in April for $3.4 million, according to the source.
Representatives from Premier will present the plans for the 8.6-acre site to the Warrington Township Zoning Hearing Board on Thursday. They’re requesting five zoning variances that include permission for self-storage use, a reduction of the front setback along County Line Road from 75 feet to 65, and authorization to install fencing. The company would demolish existing structures, the source reported.
Constructed in 1995 and closed in 2015, the amusement park once included an arcade, bowling, mini-golf and go-karts.
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