Self-Storage Around the World: Reflections of Non-U.S. Facilities on Six Continents
Hong Kong Operators Attract Customers With Amenities
When developing self-storage, Asian operators are borrowing from the American model but adding their own stamp on the service. Case in point, MiniCo Asia Ltd., which operates four facilities in Hong Kong under the MiniCo Self Storage brand, has discovered amenities play an important role in attracting tenants. In addition to storage units, the company's facilities provide work areas and conference rooms with Wi-Fi and beverages for tenants at no charge. This store in Chai Wan even has a “sky garden,” a rooftop escape with flowering plants and tables and chairs, an inviting respite for busy tenants living in a dense city.