Storage Express, which operates 93 self-storage locations in five states, has completed renovations on the former Maxx Self Storage, which it recently acquired in Centerville, Ind. The facility at 1183 Airport Road comprises 25,000 rentable square feet and also serves the community of Richmond, Ind., according to a press release.
Facility improvements include a new controlled-access gate, fencing, LED lighting, paving, paint and high-definition video cameras. The company has also installed an automated kiosk.
“With two other facilities within a five-mile radius, this Centerville facility was a good fit for us and for area residents,” said Jefferson Shreve, president of Storage Express. “We look forward to continued growth in Northern Indiana, but also to our east and west along I-70, toward Ohio and Illinois where we also have facilities.”
Max Worland, a broker with Richmond-based Lingle Real Estate, represented the buyer and seller in the transaction.
Storage Express also recently acquired and renovated a storage facility in Fort Wayne, Ind. It’s opened three other locations in Indiana in the last year and has four expansion projects underway at existing properties in the state, the release stated.
Founded in 1992, the company owns and operates self-storage properties in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. It has offices in Bloomington, Indianapolis and Jeffersonville, Ind.