Storage units may come to Belgium

By 
MITCH MAERSCH
Ozaukee Press staff

More than 500 storage units could be coming to the Belgium industrial park.

The Belgium Plan Commission on Monday got its first look at a concept plan for more than 21 acres at the corner of Silver Beach Road and Highway KW.

Brian McClaren of BFP presented plans for 500 rental storage units and more than 50 condo business units on two rectangular lots connected by a road that would make up Belgium Flex-Plex, according to a document submitted to the village.

The rental units would include 248 10-by-20-feet storage units, 108 10-by-30 units, 96 5-by 10 units and 48 20-by-60 open air units, according to the plans.

Fifty-two 25-by-50 condo business units would also be included. Those allow people to buy storage units and require them to pay property taxes on them.

The commission didn’t object to the plans but said surface and stormwater issues would need to be addressed before moving forward, Clerk Julie Lesar said.

The village, however, doesn’t have an ordinance allowing condo business storage units, Lesar said. Port Washington and Fredonia have condo business units, she said.

The next step is for McClaren to apply for a planned unit development to create an ordinance to allow the condo business units.

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