MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCBD) – Storage units might be on the way for Mount Pleasant. The town’s council plans to consider selling the Orchard Peach Plaza to a developer Tuesday night. The planning committee for Mount Pleasant has already approved the plans.
The developer wants to buy about two-acres for a little more than 2-million dollars to add storage units to space on Coleman Boulevard at the corner of Broadway.
Right now, that area is all retail. If the full council decides to pass this project, that area would become a combination of both retail and storage.
Moultrie News reports the self-storage facility would be open seven days a week and would add improvements to parking, sidewalks, and street frontage.
Before the developer can break ground, Moultrie News reports the Charleston County Commission will need to make a recommendation about the project. Following that, Charleston County Council would have to make a final decision.
Mount Pleasant’s town council meeting begins at six p.m. at the council chambers.