College Point Storage, a 100,000-square-foot, multi-story self-storage facility in Lacey, Wash., is expected to open formally on Nov. 1, although about 10,000 square feet of single-story perimeter units are already available for rent. The $7.2 million project is being built by local developer Prime Development Group.
The facility’s centerpiece is a three-story, 90,000-square-foot building offering climate-controlled units. The building incorporates recycled steel and concrete in its construction and was designed to look like a research and development facility. “We didn’t want it to look like a typical storage place,” said developer Jeff Powell.
The building also has two freight elevators, 16 security cameras and sensor-activated lighting. West Coast Self Storage will manage the property, Powell said. The entire facility offers 718 units, which will rent from $40 to $144 per month, depending on the size.
The facility is part of a larger commercial development called Whitman Village at Yelm Highway and College Street.