Mixed-Use Project Containing Self-Storage Approved for Newnan, GA

The Coweta County Board of Commissioners last week approved the development of a mixed-use property in Newnan, Ga., that will include self-storage. The board voted on Feb. 21 to rezone a 10-acre tract on Georgia State Route 16, just west of the Senoia, Ga., city limits. The site is adjacent to the Greater Atlanta Pentecostals Church and near the Coweta Charter Academy high school, according to the source.

The Coweta County Board of Commissioners last week approved the development of a mixed-use property in Newnan, Ga., that will include self-storage. The board voted on Feb. 21 to rezone a 10-acre tract on Georgia State Route 16, just west of the Senoia, Ga., city limits. The site is adjacent to the Greater Atlanta Pentecostals Church and near the Coweta Charter Academy high school, according to the source.

The plans include building two 40,000-square-foot storage structures on the property’s back 7.5 acres. The front 2.5 acres will house a 12,000-square-foot office or retail building containing several suites, the source reported. The commercial building will block 90 percent of the view of the storage units, according to Neal Spradlin, the engineer representing the developer, Thomas Humber.

The commissioners also approved a buffer variance between the church and the development site.

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