SurePoint Self Storage Acquires Texas Property to Develop Second Houston Location

SurePoint Self Storage has acquired 2.33 acres near Sugarland, Texas, on which it plans to build a new storage facility. The location will be the company’s second in the Houston area. Owners Jeff Bailey, Brian Cisarik and Robert Loeb plan to develop a four-story building comprising 123,000 square feet. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2015, officials said in a press release.

SurePoint Self Storage has acquired 2.33 acres near Sugarland, Texas, on which it plans to build a new storage facility. The location will be the company’s second in the Houston area. Owners Jeff Bailey, Brian Cisarik and Robert Loeb plan to develop a four-story building comprising 123,000 square feet. Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2015, officials said in a press release.

The property is near the intersection of the Grand Parkway and Highway 59.

The three San Antonio-based developers have several self-storage projects under development in Texas, including one on Spring Cypress Road in Cypress, about an hour outside of Houston. Construction on the three-story, 110,000-square-foot facility is expected to commence before the end of the year. Houston-based developer Bobby Grover is partnering with the trio on the Houston-area developments, according to the release.

Cisarik and Loeb built their first storage facility, Castle Hills Self Storage, in 2001. That property, along with the partnership’s two others—3009 Self Storage and Austin Highway Self Storage—are being rebranded under the SurePoint name, according to an article in the “San Antonio Business Journal.”

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