I-5 Self Storage Awarded Self-Storage Facility of the Year

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I-5 Self Storage in Tustin, Calif., was awarded the 2009 National Self Storage Facility of the Year in the Conversion Category by Mini-Storage Messenger.

“It has been my long-time dream to create the finest self-storage facility available, with critical focus on the customer experience,'' said Owner Randy Scott Wong. ''Without a doubt, this focus has brought great rewards.”

Wong overcame many challenges when converting an old industrial site into a self-storage facility, which was enthusiastically described by a Tustin councilmember as ''a four-star resort,'' at the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

The facility encompasses 180,000 square feet of rentable space on 7 acres. The project is a mix of existing renovation and ground-up construction. It took roughly six years for acquisition, design review, development and construction.  

Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi access, independent work stations, fresh coffee, conference room, and package acceptance. I-5 Self Storage offers 24-hour recorded cameras, individual unit alarms, RV, boat and classic-car storage, free move-in trucks, automatic lighting and biometric security.

Wong previously worked in the motorsports industry so the facility’s features car-enthusiast décor, and hosts car shows and other community events.

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