Self-Storage Around the World: Reflections of Non-U.S. Facilities on Six Continents
Conversions Are Top Draws for Asian Self-Storage Developers
Developers often look for abandoned factories or buildings near heavily populated areas that can be converted to self-storage. This SC Storage facility in Chai Wan, Hong Kong, is in the Fook Hing Factory Building, an 11-story structure constructed in 1972. The company has converted many older buildings into self-storage in several Hong Kong cities.