All Storage recently announced two openings and two approved developments. 

One opening was for All Storage Celina (pictured below), a 133,575-square-foot, 1,147-unit four-story building at 920 W. Frontier Parkway in Prosper, TX, near the Frontier Estates and Light Farms neighborhoods.

The second opening was All Storage Revelstoke at 9760 Blue Mound Road in Fort Worth. The four-story structure has 211,955 square feet and 1,410 units. 

All Storage also received approval to develop two properties. All Storage Plano Parkway will have two stories, 1,355 units and 180,000 square feet at Plano Parkway and Charles in Plano, TX. It is planned for a spring/summer 2022 opening. 

The other new development is All Storage Chisholm Trail just off of Chisholm Trail Parkway on Summer Creek Drive in Fort Worth. It will have 230,000 square feet and 1,640 units, and is scheduled to open in spring/summer 2022.  

All Storage owns and runs storage facilities in Oklahoma and Texas, focusing on the Dallas/Fort Worth area. 


Blue Mountain Storage and Rentals in Lower Towamensing Township, PA plans to expand and also has changed its name to Blue Mountain Self-Storage. The Lower Towamensing Township Zoning Hearing Board voted to accept a variance to expand. Owner Todd Berger plans to add two buildings totaling 10,000 square feet to the current 8,000-square-foot business, with construction to start in the spring. Berger also plans to add an 8-foot fence with an electronic gate.  Source:

Developers have updated plans to revitalize a former Kmart site in Acme, MI, focusing on bringing in climate-controlled indoor storage as well as building a workforce training site nearby. The developer, Lormax Stern, discussed the plans, which have undergone several changes since 2019, with township planning commissioners in December. Lormax Stern bought the 87,000-square-foot Kmart building for $14 million, and now proposes that phase one would convert that structure to self-storage. Phase one also would include a park, an easement to allow for extension of the TART Trail and more. Source: The Ticker

Plans have been filed for a climate-controlled storage facility to go up at 5275 W. Sixth St. in Lawrence, KS. Paul Werner Architects of Lawrence has asked to rezone the site, owned by Beckmeisters LLC, from multifamily apartment to light industrial.  Source: Lawrence Journal-World

The Storage Center plans to begin construction this quarter at two sites. The first is in Mobile, AL and will be a 130,000-square-foot (100,000 rentable), 1,040-unit three-story building. The expected completion time is in Q1 2022. The second site is at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Lemoyne Boulevard in Ocean Springs, MS. The three-story building will have 125,000 gross square feet (93,000 rentable) and 950 units. Construction is scheduled to end in Q4 2021. Brookwood Properties LLC of Baton Rouge, LA, is the developer/owner for both buildings. Rosehill Construction LLC, also based in Baton Rouge, is the general contractor for both. Source: The Storage Center

My Space Self Storage, under the name Hoover Road Storage Center LLC, plans to create a facility at the site of the closed Crank’s Banquet Center and Lounge at 27900 Hoover Road in Macomb, MI. Construction tentatively is expected to begin in April, with completion in February or March 2022. The project had been delayed by a parking easement dispute and the pandemic; My Space bought the building in October 2018. It began demolition in late December 2020. Source: Macomb Daily

Also in Macomb, My Space Self Storage remains interested in a $9 million redevelopment of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church into self-storage and retail. The church went back on the market after My Space let the purchase agreement lapse because of the pandemic. Vice President Gary Gerritt said My Space won’t “stand in the way” if another entity wishes to buy the church.  Source: Macomb Daily 

U-Haul bought a former Kmart building at 2415 State Road in La Crosse, WI. It plans to open a temporary retail showroom this month, and is in talks with city officials about having a facility for self-storage, plus U-Haul truck and trailer sharing.  Source: 

Bruce Goldberg