The company acquires, develops and operates more than 125 self-storage facilities
June 4, 2019: On June 18, Englewood's Planning and Zoning Commission voted to move forward with WWG’s request to convert a former Kmart store. The William Warren Group (WWG) is a privately held real estate company that operates the StorQuest Self Storage brand. Commission members agreed to a “findings of facts” process, which allows the city to review the application. The commission will start the procedure at July 16 meeting.
“We're excited about the project. We're all in on improving this project, and we're going to dramatically enhance it” Said by Zeb Ripple, Managing partner at Capital Pacific.
The commission will then provide a recommendation to the city council. “The uses will remain retail at that existing Kmart and some possible restaurant uses and so on. There's not a change proposed that would heavily or inversely impact [the site],” said by city planner Erik Sampson.
The current proposed project has one bike stall per 25 parking spaces, but Englewood resident Roger Newmann wants to see more.
“They're planning on putting retail. If it's a coffee shop, or something like that, you're going to have more than two bicycles (at the site),” Said by Newmann.
WWG founded in 1994 and based in Santa Monica, California. The company acquires, develops and operates more than 125 self-storage facilities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, South Carolina and Texas.