Distillery and self-storage projects planned for Broward and Miami-Dade counties

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Rendering of Old Everglades Distillery with a storage facility

The Deerfield Beach Planning and Zoning Board has received for a self-storage facility and a distillery in a separate buildings, in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, South Florida Business Journal reports.

Stor-All 2nd Ave. LLC, wants to build a 158,000-sq. ft. self-storage facility, a 6,000-sq. ft. office building and a 8,744-sq. ft.  distillery on the five-acre site at 77 S.E. 2nd Ave.

The company purchased the property at the southeast corner of Hilsboro Blvd. and Dixie Hwy for $2.5 million earlier in the year.

Rendering of Old Everglades Distillery with a storage facility

The name of the new distillery could be the Old Everglades Distillery. A corporation in that name was founded in 2013 and managed by Robert J. Edwards Jr. and Joseph T. Anzalone in Boca Raton.

The developer is represented by planning firm HSQ Group.

Meanwhile, Miami-Dade officials have received an application from Broward Pinnacle to build a 105,635-sq. ft. self-storage facility with 580 units at 4201 S.W. 70th Ct. – just south of Bird Rd.

Proposed self-storage facility

Broward Pinnacle is managed by Chris Perry in Hilton Head, South Carolina. The architect on the five-story project is Peter Blitstein.


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