The final stages of construction are underway for Boston Seaport Self Storage, a four-story facility near the Boston Convention Center in the revitalized Seaport District of Downtown Boston. Construction began last fall, and the facility is on track to open this summer.
The facility at 380 E St. will feature more than 1,000 climate-controlled storage units and a 140 kW solar-photovoltaic system. Amenities include a business center with Wi-Fi, moving and packing supplies, and tenant insurance.
“We’re happy with the progress we’re making and excited to be developing our first self-storage project, which we think is going to be one of the nicest facilities in Boston,” said Terry Conroy Jr., president of Conroy Development, the project developer.
Jim DiNardo of J. DiNardo Consulting in Reading, Mass., had been working with Conroy Development throughout the entitlement process. He was then hired by the company in September to manage the project to its completion and launch the firm’s self-storage practice. “I’m thrilled to be working with an experienced and committed developer like Conroy Development, and to be working on such a high-profile project in the heart of Boston’s fastest-growing and hottest area,” DiNardo said.
Based in Stoughton, Mass., Conroy Development is a full-service commercial real estate development and investment firm specializing in multi-family, office, industrial, data center and self-storage properties. The company is actively seeking additional self-storage development opportunities in the greater Boston area.