Keylock Storage Acquires Second Self-Storage Facility in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

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Keylock Storage, a self-storage operator with several facilities in the Pacific Northwest, recently purchased its second location in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Located off Highway 96 on Fruitland Lane, the facility features a 24-hour, digital-recording surveillance system, drive-up access, boat and RV storage, online bill pay, free use of a moving truck and 24-hour access.

In addition to Coeur d’Alene, the facility serves the communities of Dalton Gardens, Hayden, Liberty Lake and Post Falls. “We are thrilled to be expanding into new areas of Idaho and the Northwest,” said Ron Osborne, owner and founder of Keylock. “The Coeur d’Alene area is one that offers many outdoor activities year-round. Keylock is proud to offer an outstanding self-storage experience in the area.”

New customers at the facility will not be required to make a security deposit and will receive a lock for their unit, company officials said in a press release.

The newest acquisition is the company’s ninth self-storage facility. Keylock Storage facilities are owned and operated by Keylock Storage Holdings, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Bitterroot Holdings. The company opened its first facility in 2003 and has self-storage properties in Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

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