Highland Development Ventures LLC and The Davis Companies are building a 17-story self-storage facility at 155 West 29th Street in the Chelsea district of Manhattan. The 180,000-square-foot project will offer 6,300 units. Construction of the $84 million facility has reached the halfway mark. The developers purchased the property in 2021 for $62.5 million. Mancini Duffy designed the building, and Cauldwell Wingate is the general contractor. Completion is expected in spring 2023.

Source: New York Nimby 


Strathmore Real Estate Group, based in East Lansing, MI, has proposed to redevelop a former Kmart Property on US-31 in Acme Township, MI into self-storage. Acme Township rejected a previous proposal from another developer to turn the same property into self-storage, however the new proposal includes a mix of different potential uses on the property such as a fitness center, pickle ball courts, office space, coffee shop and apartments. The self-storage component of the new proposal would be limited to 35,800 square feet. Source: Traverse Ticker

The former Club Pure could soon become a place for storing household items. The property owners seek to redevelop the property at 1970 Route 35 in Sayreville, NJ into a self-storage facility. Club Pure was once a popular event hall for Bar Mitzvahs, birthdays and corporate gatherings. Source: TapInto.net


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