Update 4/27/18 – The Phoenix North Gateway Village Planning Committee unanimously approved the Brexton self-storage proposal with a 5-0 vote on April 12. Brexton representative Melanie Wollenberg promised the committee the facility would not be open 24 hours per day and would be closed on Sundays, according to the source. The developer also agreed there would be no outdoor storage allowed.
“We want to be a good neighbor, and we want the neighborhood to use our building,” Brexton said during the meeting.
The North Gateway recommendation means the project will move to the Phoenix Planning Commission, which will consider recommending the special-use zoning change needed.
2/9/18 – Real estate developer Brexton LLC is seeking zoning approval to build a two-story self-storage facility in Phoenix. The proposal will be considered tonight by the Phoenix North Gateway Village Planning Committee, which advises city officials. No action or approval is expected, according to the source.
The proposal includes the development of a 117,000-square-foot building on nearly 4 acres near North Valley Parkway and Canotia Place. The facility would be between the Ironhorse at Tramonto apartments and Casitas at Tramonto, a multi-family complex under construction.
High Range Partners LLC proposed a similar project for the same lot in 2016. The developer withdrew its plans after residents opposed the project, the source reported.
Founded in 2001, Brexton specializes in commercial construction, financing services, property management, renovation and real estate development.
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