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Pompano to review self-storage project proposal

The planned My Storage Bin facility on Northeast 10 Street would span 96,954 square feet
October 18, 2015 10:00AM

A Brooklyn-based firm proposed to build 819 storage units.

A Brooklyn-based firm wants to build 819 storage units.

The city of Pompano Beach is considering a proposal to build almost 100,000 square feet of self-storage space.

The city’s development review committee will consider the proposal at its meeting Wednesday.

My Storage Bin LLC proposed building the self-storage center on 3.8 acres the company bought in July for $1.4 million.

My Storage Bin is a Brooklyn, New York-based real estate company. Its principal is Avrohom Oustatcher.

Their proposed 96,954-square-foot self-storage center at 51 Northeast 10 Street in Pompano Beach would have 819 units and would operate under the My Storage Bin brand.

Keith & Associates, a consulting and engineering firm with offices in Pompano Beach, Miami and Orlando, is designing the proposed self-storage center.

Among similar projects elsewhere in South Florida, Banner Storage Group LLC is developing a self-storage center in downtown Miami, and Gable Edge Parks Company has filed an application to build a five-story storage center in Coral Gables. [Inside Self-Storage] — Mike Seemuth