Ocean Storage/Bay Storage Opens New Location in Norfolk, VA

Ocean Storage/Bay Storage, which operates self-storage facilities in North Carolina and Virginia, has opened a new location in Norfolk, Va. The multi-story property at 801 W. Little Creek Road comprises more than 66,000 square feet of storage space in 497 units. The property offers climate control, covered loading bays, and a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies. It also contains executive offices for lease, with a shared conference room for customer use. Tenants have access to online billpay and reservations, and the management team will accept deliveries on their behalf.

Ocean Storage/Bay Storage, which operates self-storage facilities in North Carolina and Virginia, has opened a new location in Norfolk, Va. The multi-story property at 801 W. Little Creek Road comprises more than 66,000 square feet of storage space in 497 units. The property offers climate control, covered loading bays, and a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies. It also contains executive offices for lease, with a shared conference room for customer use. Tenants have access to online billpay and reservations, and the management team will accept deliveries on their behalf.

The company will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening on April 26. The 10:30 a.m. event will include property tours as well as refreshments and raffles for free storage. Members of the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce will attend.

Locally owned Ocean Storage/Bay Storage now operates seven total facilities in Cape Charles, Norfolk, Virginia Beach and Yorktown, Va.; and Shallotte, N.C. The properties are managed by Storage Asset Management Inc., a self-storage management and consulting firm based in York, Pa.

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