Texas Developers Expand San Antonio Self-Storage Facility

Self-storage developers Brian Cisarik and Robert Loeb recently completed a 35,000-square-foot expansion of Austin Highway Self Storage in San Antonio. The project added 200 storage units to the facility as well as an oversized elevator and a canopy tenants can use to protect belongings while moving items.

Self-storage developers Brian Cisarik and Robert Loeb recently completed a 35,000-square-foot expansion of Austin Highway Self Storage in San Antonio. The project added 200 storage units to the facility as well as an oversized elevator and a canopy tenants can use to protect belongings while moving items.

The facility opened in June 2005 and is also comprised of a three-story, 72,000-square-foot building and four single-story buildings. The location includes a retail showroom with a full line of moving supplies as well as a conference room. The property primarily serves the communities of Alamo Heights and Terrell Hills.

The Austin Highway facility is one of three self-storage properties owned by Cisarik and Loeb in the San Antonio area. The others are Castle Hills Self Storage in the North-Central part of the city and 3009 Self Storage in Schertz, Texas. The developers said they are looking to expand their portfolio through acquisition and development opportunities.

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