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AMERCO Real Estate Opens U-Haul Self-Storage in Texas


AMERCO Real Estate opened U-Haul Center Prosper in Texas, expanding its network of self-storage facilities. U-Haul Prosper features 101,975 square feet of storage with 1,161 units, 709 of which are climate controlled. The three-story facility has 24-hour security with electronically controlled access and individually alarmed units.

U-Haul Center Prosper also has many green features, including a permeable ground cover, which provides environmental and storm-water benefits, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Another green feature is the U-Haul Self-Storage Reuse Center, which redistributes gently used household goods, furniture, sporting equipment, bikes and clothing formerly.

Customers can also purchase environmentally friendly packing supplies, including boxes made out of recyclable materials, 100 percent biodegradable packing peanuts, and moving pads made from recycled denim.

“We are pleased to be expanding our presence in Prosper, and look forward to continuing our long-standing relationships with local communities throughout Texas,” says Carlos Vizcarra, president of AMERCO Real Estate.

U-Haul owns 1,091 storage facilities across the United States and Canada. Since 1989, AMERCO Real Estate Co., an affiliate of U-Haul International Inc., has been responsible for providing real estate services to AMERCO subsidiaries that include more than 1,350 U-Haul moving and storage centers throughout the United States and Canada.

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