AeroColours has nine acres along Route 17 with plans to relocate and expand. This area of York County is known for its rapid growth, making it a prime spot for the shop owner's plans, reported Elias O'Neal, dailypress.com.
The shop will be located at 7700 and 7716 George Washington Memorial Highway once established. The deal was closed on December 16 for $200,000, but an opening date has not been set according to O'Neal.
York County Principal Planner Tim Cross said the firm, Mid-Atlantic commercial, is planning to create a 16,800 square-foot auto paint and collision repair facility.
Documents submitted with the county state that the new building will include 39 parking spots, two paint bays, 10 repair bays.
Cross told O'Neal that the shop owner had to seek a special use permit since the site is zoned general business, and AeroColours is a collision repair shop.
On November 18, the York County Board of Supervisors approved AeroColours' for the space, but prohibited the shop from selling cars on site. Cross added that a finalized site plan must be submitted before construction can begin.