Kentucky Lumber Warehouse to be Converted Into Self-Storage Facility

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A building that once housed a lumber company for 70 years will be converted into a self-storage facility.

The large warehouse in Louisville, Ky., became empty in 2008 when Boland-Maloney Lumber Co. consolidated its operations. Boland-Maloney Enterprises Inc. recently sold the property to QII for $1.36 million.

According to the developers, it will cost at least $1 million to convert the warehouse into a self-storage facility. The facility was built around 1915. The development plan includes an elevator and a new floor to create two levels in the existing warehouse. The facility, scheduled to open in August, will have 60,000 square feet of storage space, built in three phases.

Source:  Courier-Journal, East Main Lumber Yard to be Converted to Self-Storage Warehouse

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