authors William Williams
Further House Storage is hoping to develop its Germantown facility.
In accordance with an utility filed with the Metro Planning Division, the Utah-based storage services firm seeks a two-story constructing with about 29,600 sq. toes.
The longer term facility would sit on a section of the general 1.4-acre website, used as floor parking. The tackle is 121 Madison St.
Memphis-based Premier Storage Traders owns the property, having paid about $4.45 million for it in September 2016, in accordance with Metro data. PSI operates the self-storage enterprise through an settlement with Further House Storage.
A zoning change shall be wanted. Premier Storage Traders has enlisted native lobbyist Ken Renner, vp with Nashville-based growth and property administration firm Vastland Corporations, to assist with the trouble. An April 22 Metro Planning Fee assembly is slated.
Renner mentioned PSI officers have met with the event committee of the Historic Germantown neighborhood group twice, with the proposed growth having obtained help.
Of word, if the two-story constructing materializes, the venture will embody a mural (click on on View Gallery within the above picture to see a rendering) that may cowl the east wall dealing with the Cumberland River and its greenway.
The property sits inside Metro Councilmember Freddie O’Connell’s District 19.
Further House Shops owns and/or operates greater than 1,800 areas in 40 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. The corporate payments itself because the second-largest proprietor of self storage models in the USA.
Germantown can be residence to a CubeSmart Self Storage facility.