West Coast Self-Storage Opens New Facility in Shoreline, WA

West Coast Self-Storage Group has developed and opened a new facility in Shoreline, Wash., near Sheridan Beach. The property at 14535 Bothell Way N.E. comprises 64,780 rentable square feet of storage space in 696 climate-controlled and drive-up units. It offers a covered loading/unloading area, U-Haul truck rentals, and a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies.

West Coast Self-Storage Group has developed and opened a new facility in Shoreline, Wash., near Sheridan Beach. The property at 14535 Bothell Way N.E. comprises 64,780 rentable square feet of storage space in 696 climate-controlled and drive-up units. It offers a covered loading/unloading area, U-Haul truck rentals, and a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies.

The facility was designed by Stephen Bourne, an architect with the firm Site + Plan + Mix LLC and built by SEA CON LLC, an Issaquah Wash.-based general contractor and construction-management firm.

“We’re thrilled to be opening our newest facility in Shoreline. It represents our continued goal of offering customers a higher level of self-storage amenities and service,” said John Eisenbarth, vice president of operations for West Coast. “Shoreline is an ideal location for this facility. The city has continued to grow consistently over the last decade with an influx of young people and families.

The company recently opened a new property in Auburn, Wash. The site comprises 69,800 rentable square feet of storage space in 733 climate-controlled and drive-up units.

West Coast is a self-storage acquisition, development and property-management company headquartered in Mill Creek, Wash. It currently has 41 managed and owned locations, including 28 in Washington, seven in Oregon, and six in California.

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