The Daniel Group, in Danville, VA and Cherney Development Co. Inc. of Winston-Salem, NC, plan to subdivide the property of a former Kmart building on Riverside Drive and renovate the vacant building into a self-storage facility in Danville. It will use 4.1 acres from an 8.19-acre shopping center. The Danville City Council approved rezoning the former Kmart building for self-storage.

Source: Danville Register & Bee


The Storage District, a three-story, 130,149-square-foot self-storage facility, is coming to the southwest corner of Fairfield Ranch Road and Soquel Canyon Parkway in Chino Hills, CA. It will be east of the Hotel Chino Hills and will have between 850 and 950 units.  Source: Champion Newspapers

A new self-storage business is coming to Powell, WY. Park County commissioners unanimously approved a special-use permit for married couple Seaton and Jill Smith to build up to three sets of storage units, and potentially three open-ended structures for boats and RVs. The project would be south of the Smiths’ home, in the 500 block of Lane 9, about 2 miles southeast of Powell. Eventually, there would be 19,800 square feet of storage units. Source: Powell Tribune 

Under construction

Surus Development and Construction LLC broke ground on a 120,000-square-foot self-storage facility at 7 Wheeler Road in Burlington, MA, for Jumbo Capital Management LLC. The project should be ready by September 2021. It’s Jumbo’s fifth self-storage facility. Source: nerej


JBC Properties, a real estate development company,  opened a new Sigma Drive Self Storage facility at Nexton, at 461 Sigma Drive in Summerville, SC. It has 75,020 square feet of rentable storage space and 682 units. The business is designed to serve Carnes Crossroads, Nexton, Cane Bay and Del Webb, among other areas.  Source: Benzinga

Owner Jack Cannon opened South Boston Self Storage at 1079 Bill Tuck Highway in South Boston, VA. It has 191 units, 20 of which already had been leased by the opening. Cannon also plans to add another building and has poured 285 feet of concrete for it. Source: The Gazette-Virginian

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