The Brentwood Planning Commission in Tennessee has approved a site plan for a Bell Self-Storage facility of 100,000 square feet at 236 Wilson Pike Circle.
Bell & Associates Construction is backing the project. It would the largest of seven self-storage facilities in Brentwood. The property previously was the site of Jim Johnson Landscaping. Source: Nashville Post
Metro Self Storage plans to build a 76,000-square-foot self-storage facility at 105 Old Riverhead Road in Westhampton, NY. Talonvest Capital Inc. of Irvine, CA, arranged a $9.7 million loan for the project. Source: Talonvest Capital Inc.
JEMB Realty seeks to build an eight-story, 157,600-square-foot self-storage building across the street from the Prospect Park Parade Grounds in Brooklyn, NY. New York firm Frank G. Relf Architect will design the building. Construction is expected to begin in two years. JEMB Realty bought the property for $15.2 million. Source: Windsor Terrace Patch
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The William Warren Group, which develops self-storage facilities, hopes to convert the former Ernie Jr’s Taco House into a four-story, nearly 85,000-square-foot storage facility on the property at 2803 West Broadway in Eagle Rock, CA, which is in Los Angeles. It would operate under the company’s StorQuest storage brand. The company will seek approval for several of its development ideas from the EagleRock Planning Department. Source: The Eastsider
U-Haul Moving & Storage of Port Washington will hold a grand opening Jan. 11 for its self-storage facility at 835 E. Green Bay Ave. in Saukville, WI, on the site of a former Piggly Wiggly grocery store. The 40,901-square-foot building has room for 130-plus units, and opens after more than one year of cleanup and construction. In June 2016, the business opened with truck and trailer sharing, U-Box portable moving and storage containers, and moving supplies. Source: PR Newswire
Owners Jeff Daugherty and Jim Wills have invested $4 million to expand The Storage Guy at 6814 Schneider Road (along Highway 14) in Middleton, WI. They boosted the sizes of 105 units, which now range from 12-to-28 feet wide and 30-to-40 feet long. They also added an outdoor paved parking lot with 200 spaces. Source: Wisconsin State Journal