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William Warren Group/StorQuest Self Storage Enters Texas Market With 4 Acquisitions


The William Warren Group (WWG), a privately held real estate company that operates the StorQuest Self Storage brand, has entered the Texas self-storage market with the acquisition of three facilities in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and one in El Paso. The properties add 206,806 square feet of storage and more than 1,400 units to the company’s portfolio, which now includes 102 locations.

“Expanding the StorQuest Self Storage brand into Texas is another step toward achieving our ultimate goal of having a dominant storage platform,” said Bill Hobin, president and CEO. “These assets provide a tremendous value-added opportunity and an ability to capitalize on the continued economic growth of Texas.”

The properties are:

  • DFW Self Storage Denton, 10333 Denton Drive, Dallas—The two-story facility encompasses 49,265 rentable square feet and 256 units, as well as six office suites and 10 parking spaces.
  • DFW Self Storage Normandale, 9250 Normandale, Dallas­—Encompassing 44,820 rental square feet, the single-story facility has 392 units and 1,800 square feet of RV storage. It’s in the Western Hills community of Fort Worth.
  • DFW Self Storage Shady Trail, 10317 Shady Trail, Dallas—The facility encompasses 49,881 rentable square feet with 334 units. It’s two miles northwest of Dallas Love Field in North Dallas.
  • Trevino Self Storage, 10966 Montwood Drive, El Paso—The single-story building includes 61,040 rentable square feet, 378 units and 31 RV parking spaces.

Founded in 1994 and based in Santa Monica, Calif., WWG is a privately held real estate company that develops, acquires and operates self-storage facilities in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, South Carolina and Texas.

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