Gap Self Storage in Gap, Pa., has expanded to include a fourth building, adding 82 units to the facility’s existing 250. The $400,000 metal-clad building, designed to have a barn-like appearance, comprises 10,500 square feet. The new building also includes the facility’s first climate-controlled spaces―33 to be exact.
Opened in 1992, Gap Self Storage is owned by Dean Stoltzfus and is located behind Stoltzfus Feed & Supply.
The facility will host an open house on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Source: Intelligencer Journal / Lancaster New Era, Gap Self Storage completes expansion