More Stor Self Storage is coming to Wichita, KS, with plans for 350 units in 81,000 square feet of storage space spread among 21 buildings, which include an office and manager’s apartment. It will go behind the Quiktrip on the northeast corner of 143rd Street and Kellogg. JNH Co. is the general contractor and construction is expected to finish the $2.4 million project in October.

The site will have a combination of conventional storage space and high-end climate-controlled units, according to Nick Howell of JNH Co. The facility’s name may change once a brand-name operator is lined up, he said. Source: Wichita Business Journal


A three-story, $5 million self-storage facility, which is waiting on permit and zoning approvals, is planned for The Atlantic Shopping Center at 1599 Memorial Drive SE in Atlanta, GA. The shopping center is a Paces Properties development that’s going up near the intersection of Edgewood and Kirkwood. It will have climate-controlled units. The facility would join a Planet Fitness and co-anchor tenant Floor & Décor. Source:

A three-story self-storage facility has been proposed for New Brunswick Avenue in the Hopelawn section in Woodbridge, NJ. 112 New Brunswick Properties Urban Renewal wants to tear down a 3,891-square-foot, single-story building and build a 128,366-square-foot (124,766 square feet for storage), three-story mixed-use building at 112 New Brunswick Ave. and 105 Juliette St. It would have about 3,600 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The teardown is the former home of Cypress Transport Co. and Prang Trucking. Remediation would be needed for what is a brownfield site. A public hearing about the project takes place on March 4.  Source: My Central Jersey

U-Haul will convert the former Kmart in Queensbury, NY into self-storage units.

U-Haul hopes to convert a former K-mart at 308 Dix Ave., Queensbury, NY, into a self-storage and retail business. It would turn about 66,000 square feet of the K-mart into climate-controlled self-storage with 641 units. U-Haul, which bought the property for $7.1 million last year, also wants to put in drive-up self-storage buildings with a total of 147 units. U-Haul’s current address is 112 Main St. The company needs the Planning Board to make a zoning change that would allow interior self-storage in a commercial light industrial zone. Source: Glens Falls Post-Star

Under construction

The Adams Property Group is building a 97,000-square-foot, climate-controlled Monster Self Storage facility in Robinhood Village in Winston-Salem, N.C. Adams began building it in January and it’s expected to open by year-end. Adams recently developed the Market at Mill Creek Shopping Center on S.C. Highway 41 in northern Mount Pleasant. Source: The Post and Courier

Baranof Holdings is developing this self-storage facility in Lemon Grove, CA.

Lemon Grove Village Self Storage is being built at 8016 Broadway in Lemon Grove, CA. The three-story building will have 109,000 square feet and 800 climate-controlled units, and completion is expected in summer 2021. It also will have 5,500 square feet of retail on the first floor. Baranof Holdings is the owner. Stephen Grossman of Self Storage Investment Services Inc. represented both sides in the transaction. Source: Self Storage Investment Services Inc.


CubeSmart Self Storage opened a 91,500-square-foot building at 15025 Voss Road in Sugar Land, TX. It has about 700 units. Source: Community Impact Newspaper

StorQuest Self Storage opened a new facility in Brownsville, Brooklyn, NY, on Osborn Street between Linden Boulevard and Newport Street. Source: Yahoo! Finance


Alderman in Saint Clair, MO, voted 4-0 to no longer allow self-storage development in the city’s commercial districts. Self-storage still  would be allowed in industrial districts. Source: Inside Self-Storage


In Georgia, the Powder Springs City Council voted 3-2 against approving a special-use permit for a CubeSmart self-storage facility. The company had hoped to build on the northeast corner of C.H. James Parkway/U.S. 278 at Sweetwater Avenue.  Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

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