Stor-Age, the largest operator of self-storage facilities in South Africa, recently opened its newest location in Centurion, South Africa. Construction of the two-story, 9,300-square-meter facility began last November and took eight months to complete.
The facility features about 700 self-storage units ranging in size from 3 to 30 square meters. The property has a corner location on Samrand Avenue and Rietspruit Road, with excellent visibility to commuters accessing the N1 highway.
Centurion is the fourth city in which Stor-Age has established its brand. It is in the Gauteng Province of South Africa, between Pretoria and Midrand (Johannesburg). Formerly an independent municipality with its own town council, it is now part of the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality.
The company has plans to develop two other self-storage sites in the Pretoria area, said Gavin Lucas, Stor-Age CEO.
Stor-Age operates almost 20 self-storage facilities throughout South Africa, with a corporate office in Cape Town.