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Self-Storage Considered for Portion of Former Franklin Berry Farm in Bowling Green, KY

April 27, 2018

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Self-Storage Considered for Portion of Former Franklin Berry Farm in Bowling Green, KY

Grant Lewis, owner of Lewis J.G.L. Properties LLC and Three Springs Self Storage, received zoning approval from Warren County planning officials last week to build a self-storage facility on a portion of the former Franklin Berry Farm in Bowling Green, Ky. The city’s board of commissioners must also approve the rezoning, according to the source.

The storage facility will be built on a 5.87-acre parcel on Nashville Road, across from Fern Runners Garden Center. It’ll be designed similar to Lewis’ other storage site, which is also in Bowling Green, at 1210 Three Springs Road. In addition to storage units, the new property will feature outdoor vehicle parking.

“This property could be more convenient for some people who are coming to Three Springs Storage now,” said Lewis, who purchased the farm tract during an auction last year. “As the economy does better, more people are buying boats and RVs and will need to store them.”

The commission approved additional requests from Lewis during the April 19 meeting for the remaining 33.06-acre parcel. Commissioners approved amending the binding elements on the larger parcel to remove the minimum lot-size requirement, create a billboard lot and make an additional parcel for future commercial use.

Source:
Bowling Green Daily News, Planning Commission Approves Storage Building Development

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