A 350-unit self-storage facility is likely to be part of the larger Five Corners mixed-use development approved last February in Cedarburg, Wis. The planning commission approved a conditional-use permit on April 19 for the storage facility proposed by Matt Burow, president of Catalyst Construction, pending approval of a storm-water plan and possible landscaping additions, according to the source.
Though town chairman David Salvaggio raised concerns about the orientation of the self-storage buildings being north to south instead of east to west, representatives for the storage project indicated the proposed layout would aid with snow removal. The possibility of additional landscaping for the site would be on the east side of the storage units, the source reported.
The self-storage project must still be reviewed by the town board for final approval.
The Five Corners Business District project on Highway 60 will also include commercial condominiums, retail and a sports complex. The larger project is being developed by Venture Space LLC, which expects to begin construction this fall, according to the source.
Founded in 2004, Catalyst Construction specializes in commercial developments including education, medical, office, religious and retail projects, according to its website.