This fall, the former Bouyea Bakery building in Plattsburgh, N.Y., which has been vacant since 2002, will be reopened as Lucenda Self-Storage. The building renovation began in March; co-owner Pierre Tremblay hopes to open for business by Nov. 1.
The building’s main level contains 125 storage units, and an additional 75 are expected to be built in the basement level in November. The building’s former warehouse area will be used to store motor homes, boats and cars for now and may later be converted to storage units if there is demand.
The facility will be managed by Lori and Mark Allen of Lee Custom Homes II, who will operate both businesses from separate offices.
Source:Plattsburgh Press Republican, Bouyea Bakery building finds new use
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