Self-Storage REIT Extra Space Honored Among Utah's Fastest-Growing Companies

Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust (REIT), was honored as one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies by MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN), a business-networking organization that supports entrepreneurial success. The REIT was among the 100 companies highlighted in 2014, ranking ninth in overall revenue growth.

Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust (REIT), was honored as one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies by MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN), a business-networking organization that supports entrepreneurial success. The REIT was among the 100 companies highlighted in 2014, ranking ninth in overall revenue growth.

MWCN’s Utah 100 Awards Program includes businesses representing numerous industries and practices that have shown successful revenue growth in the past year. Now in its 20th year, the program has three categories: the 100 fastest growing companies in Utah, the 15 Emerging Elite, and the top 15 companies showing revenue growth. The Emerging Elite includes Utah businesses that have between two and five years of operation and demonstrate significant promise for future growth and success. Those named to the top revenue-growth list are companies that have shown significant revenue gains year over year.

“We are pleased Extra Space Storage is not only recognized as a high-performing company, but also as a high-growth company,” said CEO Spencer F. Kirk. “Growth is one of our six company goals, and I would like to congratulate our 2,600-plus employees for producing such great results.”

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Extra Space owns or operates 1,071 self-storage properties in 35 states; Washington, D.C.; and Puerto Rico. The company’s properties comprise approximately 715,000 units and 79 million square feet of rentable space.

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