Charlotte, NC-based Go Store It is building new self-storage sites, with one in Asheville, NC, and the other in Mount Pleasant, SC. The company already owns three facilities in Asheville and the new one is going up off of Hendersonville Road, just north of Downtown Asheville. It will have 600-plus units.

The new Mount Pleasant site, which will be the company’s third in that area, is at Gregorie Ferry Road and 17 N. It will have three stories and 400-plus units. Go Store It also plans to break ground on five more developments in 2018 located in Charlotte, NCCary, NCLouisville, KY, and Fredericksburg, VA.

Source: Bristol Herald Courier 

Go Store It Self Storage plans to build its third location in Mount Pleasant, SC–its fifth overall location in the Greater Charleston area.


Go Store It also purchased Clover Hill, a self-storage facility in Richmond, VA. It has 548 units and 42,000 square feet, and an expansion of 40,000 square feet is planned, with two stories. This is Go Store It’s third project in Richmond, with two other self-storage developments being built in the Richmond MSA. Source: PRNewswire

Michael Dunn, who will manage the facility, and Tracy Nicely have opened Bull Lake Storage at 9690 Bull Lake Road, across from Little Joe’s, in Troy, MT. The two also will run the Nicely-Dunn Real Estate office in front of the storage facility. The building has eight units and – being Montana – it also has a 125-pound roof snow load. Source:

Storage units at the newly built Bull Lake Storage in Troy, MT.

StorageMart of Columbia, MO, opened a new storage facility in Avon, CO. StorageMart already operates a facility in the nearby Vail Valley town of Edwards. The Avon site, 41458 U.S. Highway 6, has 16,000-plus square feet and 299 units. StorageMart plans upgrades, with state-of-the-art CCTV, a new exterior and interior lighting, new unit doors, paint and roof coating. Source: PR Newswire

In Florida, A+ Mini Storage opened a new indoor facility in the Lauderhill Mall, 1403 NW 40th Ave. It has 130,000 square feet and 660 units, including space for indoor car storage. Source:


In Pennsylvania, the Butler Township Planning Commission approved Fairfield Southpointe’s proposal to rework the former Irene Stacy property on Hillvue Drive. Under the plan, one of three standing buildings would be renovated into 28 units of interior storage, plus 13 smaller storage units would go up in a fenced-in parking lot, which would have room for boats and RVs. The Butler Township Commission next will consider the plan. Source:

Bruce Goldberg