Self-storage operator ThomasTown Builders Inc. intends to develop a 109,357-square-foot facility in Roseville, Calif. Construction on the $4.9 million Roseville Self Storage project at 8601 Foothills Blvd. is expected to begin this spring, according to the source. The project is one of several the company has planned to increase its presence in the Sacramento, Calif., metropolitan area.
The Roseville facility will comprise four buildings and a management office. “We just saw the need with growth in the city of Roseville,” Ray Smith, president, told the source.
The company currently has a self-storage facility under development in Rocklin, Calif., and is interested in additional locations in the Bay Area, Smith told the source. “The demand is still there, and the hardest part is finding the land and getting the zoning,” he said. “We develop them to keep them a long time. It’s a pretty basic business.”
ThomasTown Builders currently operates 15 self-storage facilities, mostly in the Sacramento area, according to the source.
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