Daffodil Storage broke ground last week on a new self-storage facility in Tacoma, Wash. The groundbreaking was attended by more than 30 people, including company officials, neighbors, Daffodil customers from other locations and community leaders.
The 100,000-square-foot, four-story project will comprise more than 800 climate-controlled units. It will also feature large elevators for upper units, and a 35-foot drive aisle passing through the ground floor, providing customers with a safe, dry loading area. Daffodil officials announced that during the next eight to 10 months, the company will likely spend more than $7 million and use more than 100 construction workers.
The facility will also offer truck rentals, packing and moving supplies, mailbox rentals, shipping, and conference and office space for lease.
Source: South Sound Business Examiner, Daffodil Storage breaks ground in Tacoma
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