Facility Tour

Building A – Is a two level all climate controlled building that features an elevator, fire sprinklers, video surveillance, and a second level of access control.

This building was set up with the professional in mind. Most of the rooms are perfect for off-site records storage. In fact, a select number of rooms have light fixtures in them to make the job easier. Music is piped in to create a pleasant atmosphere. In addition, carts and box dollies are available to use to move your product or cartons between your unit and your vehicle.

Building B – Is a single level mixed (climate controlled/non climate controlled) building that features fire sprinklers, video surveillance, and a second level of access control for interior units.

This building was set up with household mover in mind. Because the climate controlled unit are in close proximity to the non climate controlled units, tenants can place their fine wood furniture inside (climate) and lawn mower outside (non climate). In addition, carts and box dollies are available to use to make your job easier.

Building C – Is a single level all non-climate controlled building that features fire sprinklers, video surveillance and a second level access control for the interior units.

The interior units are insulated to provide a greater level of protection against the extremes of summer and winter temperatures versus the exterior garage style units. This gives an intermediate level of protection between the climate controlled and non climate controlled atmospheres at no extra cost. In addition, carts and box dollies are available to use to move your product or cartons between your unit and your vehicle.

Building D – Is a single level all non-climate controlled, all exterior unit building that features fire sprinklers, and video surveillance. This building contains mostly large garage style units. Perfect for parking trailers, cars, boats or the household goods from a large house.

Building E – Is currently an empty lot scheduled to be built in phase II of the project and should be completed early 2005