Abba Self Storage has completed a 20,000-square-foot expansion to its facility in Concord, Calif. The company added mostly larger units up to 15 by 35 feet to keep up with market demand and rental trends, according to the source. Jeff Smith, property manager, said customers are migrating toward the larger units.
“The cost isn’t really that much more for the bigger units, and it definitely makes it easier when storing household furniture, a car or boat,” he said, adding that the larger units also have taller and wider doors for easier access. “All our units are individually equipped with alarms and sprinkler systems as well as 24-hour monitoring.”
Located near Highway 4 and Highway 242, the facility serves California’s East Bay, including the communities of Concord, Martinez, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill and Walnut Creek. The facility includes boat/RV and records storage.
“Storage facilities have even gone after greater curb appeal and are no longer the neglected-looking buildings found in out of the way locations,” company officials said in a press release. “Many of the newer facilities are built with architectural details and designs that use to be reserved for high-end office space or apartment buildings.”