Board approves building upgrades
WARMINSTER >> Warminster Board of Supervisors reviewed and approved two land development plans at its Sept. 20 meeting.
The first consideration was of a conditional preliminary/ final approval for the property located at 273 County Line Road, near the intersection of County Line Road and Park Ave.
Paragon Storage, LLC plans to demolish existing building on the five-acre property and construct two self-storage buildings. The buildings will stand one story and three stories high, measuring 14,475 and 88,140 square feet, respectively. The redeveloped property will have several driveways built in, an exit to Park Ave, and a 45-space parking lot.
The storage facility will employ two employees and some maintenance personnel. Ac-
cording to the board members Paragon Storage LLC is the largest storage company in the United States.
The board members expressed their support for the project, but asked the applicant to work with the township engineer to come up with a landscaping plan for the property to make it aesthetically appealing.
During the meeting the supervisors also approved the redevelopment plan for the former Warminster Delux Car Wash located at 90 York Road, at the intersection of York Road and Second Avenue. The property has housed a car wash since the 1960s, but the recent owner closed the business more than a year ago. Levittown Car Wash bought the property with the plans to remodel and reopen the facility.
The conditional waiver the supervisors approved allows the applicant to remove two existing sheds on the property, reconfigure the building, and modernize and upgrade the facility. Parking Spaces adjacent to vacuums is one of the upgrades planned for the project. The new owner will also add a sound barrier fence to diminish the sounds for the comfort of nearby neighboring residents.
“I think that is great that the business is reopening. There seems to be a boom in car washes lately, so there are never enough options.” said supervisors Chairman Mark McKee.