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Former Medical Center to Become Self-Storage in Butler Township, PA

July 16, 2018

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Former Medical Center to Become Self-Storage in Butler Township, PA

The Butler, Pa., Township Planning Commission approved a land-development proposal from Fairfield Southpointe LP this week to convert a former medical center to self-storage. The Irene Stacy Community Health Center at 112 Hillvue Drive sits on 9.58 acres and comprises nearly 21,000 square feet of space in three buildings.

As part of the first phase, a 6,900-square-foot structure at the front of the property will be renovated into 28 interior storage units. The plans also include adding 13 smaller, drive-up storage units at the front as well as vehicle parking in a gated area at the rear of the site, according to the source.

The two remaining buildings will stay vacant. They include a two-story structure comprising 6,800 square feet and a single-story building containing 7,200 square feet. Much of the property’s infrastructure would also remain, according to the site plan submitted to the township.

The zoning board has granted conditional approval for the storage project even though the area is zoned agricultural. The township council will review the project at its Monday meeting. If approved, the storage facility could open in early September, the source reported.

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