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Self-Storage Facility Looks To Expand In Solebury

The company is looking to expand.

The current Omega Self Storage facility.
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With a waiting list of 25 to 30 local residents, a Solebury Township self-storage business is seeking to expand.

Omega Self Storage at 6814 Lower York Road is looking to add a three-story, climate-controlled, 24,000-square-foot storage building to its existing facility.

Bryce McGuigan, the attorney for Omega Self Storage, came before the Solebury Township Board of Supervisors last month to present the plan. The board took no action, as the plan was presented.

He said the “small-scale residential storage” facility has older, garage-style buildings and more space is needed.

The new building is needed due to the demand and would serve the needs of residents. It would be similar to other facilities common throughout Bucks County, including Doylestown, Newtown, and Middletown townships.

“This is a modern facility seen throughout the area,” McGuigan said.

The site currently has 308 units, and 350 more would be added.

The self-storage business is planning stormwater management improvements, solar panels on the roof for power, and improved landscaping while keeping existing trees, McGuigan said.

Omega Self Storage is seeking variances from the Solebury Township Zoning Hearing Board for several items, including the size of the facility and the setback.

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