Indoor Self Storage coming for old Browns County Market building


The Sycamore City Council voted Monday night, to allow the old Brown’s County Market to be converted into a climate-controlled storage building. This change could permit other vacant buildings to be converted into storage centers, but the city set a minimum size of 10,000 square feet, to ensure that property owners don’t try to convert every spare nook and cranny of their buildings into rentable storage.

Franklin Investments also wants to convert the former Resource Bank branch on the site into a coffee shop; Family Dollar would continue to hold down the other end of the complex.


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