Extra Space Storage CEO Spencer Kirk to Present at ISI 2014 Real Estate Conference in New York

Spencer F. Kirk, CEO of Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust (REIT), will participate in a panel presentation on Oct. 2 during the ISI 2014 Real Estate Conference in New York City. The event is hosted by International Strategy & Investment (ISI), a full-service broker-dealer that provides macro and fundamental research, sales and trading.

Spencer F. Kirk, CEO of Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust (REIT), will participate in a panel presentation on Oct. 2 during the ISI 2014 Real Estate Conference in New York City. The event is hosted by International Strategy & Investment (ISI), a full-service broker-dealer that provides macro and fundamental research, sales and trading.

Kirk will join Michael Barnello, chief operating officer at LaSalle Hotel Properties; Tom Bartlett, chief financial officer (CFO) at American Tower Corp.; and Thomas S. Olinger, CFO at Prologis Inc., in a session titled “Cyclical vs. Defensive REITs: Who Has the Better Growth Profile?”

The presentation is scheduled to begin at 11:25 a.m. Eastern Time and will be accessible via a webcast presented by Veracast. The webcast will be recorded and viewable through Nov. 2, according to a press release issued by Extra Space.

ISI hosts several investment-related events during the year, including conferences focused on the energy, health care, housing, retail and REIT sectors. Founded in 1991, the company has offices in London and Shanghai as well as several in the United States.

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Extra Space owns or operates 1,071 self-storage properties in 35 states; Washington, D.C.; and Puerto Rico. The company’s properties comprise approximately 715,000 units and 79 million square feet of rentable space.

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