Pompano Beach officials will consider plans for two sizable industrial development projects at their Oct. 21 Development Review Committee.
FlexSol Packaging plans to expand its headquarters and manufacturing facility.
A subsidiary of Sigma Plastics Group, FlexSol, manufactures flexible packaging and value-added plastic films, often used for food and beverage, industrial products and agriculture. It currently occupies a 105,600-square-foot warehouse on the 9.9-acre site at 1531 N.W. 12th Ave.
Under a plan crafted by architect Avelino Leoncio, FlexSol would build a 65,000-square-foot warehouse addition plus 7,200 square feet of office in two stories. The building would have a dock height of 24 feet.
The property last traded for $13 million in 2013.
Self-storage project proposed
A developer wants to build a self-storage facility just south of Pompano Beach Airpark.
My Storage Bin, managed by Avrohom Oustatcher in Brooklyn, New York, has an application to construct a 96,954-square-foot self-storage center at 51 N.E. 10th Street.
The 3.8-acre site is along West Dixie Highway. It was acquired for $1.45 million in July.
The four-story building would have 819 self-storage units. It was designed by Keith and Associates.
There’s been a wave of self-storage center construction in South Florida to meet demand from the growing population, especially since new housing units tend to be smaller.