U-Haul Purchases Four Self-Storage Facilities

The U-Haul Co. recently purchased four self-storage facilities comprising more than 131,025 square feet of net rentable space in more than 1,145 storage units and 50 RV-parking spaces. The facilities are in Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina and Wisconsin. No financial terms were disclosed.

The U-Haul Co. recently purchased four self-storage facilities comprising more than 131,025 square feet of net rentable space in more than 1,145 storage units and 50 RV-parking spaces. The facilities are in Arizona, Georgia, North Carolina and Wisconsin. No financial terms were disclosed.

The acquired self-storage facilities are:

  • 2346 Gillespie St. in Fayetteville, N.C. The  property has four single-story self-storage buildings offering more than 230 storage units comprising more than 30,110 square feet of net rentable space.
  • 6755 E. Golf Links Road in Tucson, Ariz. The  property has six single-story self-storage buildings offering more than 460 exterior drive-up storage units and 25 RV parking spaces comprising more than 36,285 square feet of net rentable space.
  • 3939 Mountain View Road in Oakwood, Ga. The  property has one two-story self-storage building offering more than 140 storage units comprising more than 18,480 square feet of net rentable space.
  • 611 W. Puetz Road in Oak Creek, Wis. The  property has nine single-story self-storage buildings offering more than 315 exterior drive-up storage units and 25 RV parking spaces comprising more than 46,150 square feet of net rentable space.

Established in 1945, U-Haul has 36 million square feet of storage space at more than 1,000 owned and managed facilities throughout North America. The company recently completed the acquisition of additional self-storage facilities in Florida, Minnesota and Texas.

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