SurePoint Self Storage to Develop New Facility in Cypress, TX

SurePoint Self Storage has acquired 2 acres of land near Cypress, Texas, on which it plans to build a new storage facility. Owners Jeff Bailey, Brian Cisarik and Robert Loeb plan to develop a three-story building comprising 123,000 square feet of storage space. Construction is scheduled to begin this summer, according to a press release. Located less than a mile south of U.S. Route 290, the facility will be the company’s third in the Houston area.

SurePoint Self Storage has acquired 2 acres of land near Cypress, Texas, on which it plans to build a new storage facility. Owners Jeff Bailey, Brian Cisarik and Robert Loeb plan to develop a three-story building comprising 123,000 square feet of storage space. Construction is scheduled to begin this summer, according to a press release. Located less than a mile south of U.S. Route 290, the facility will be the company’s third in the Houston area.

SurePoint has several self-storage projects under development in Texas, including a three-story facility on Spring Cypress Road in Cypress and a four-story structure in Richmond near Grand Parkway and U.S. Route 59. The company recently completed two new projects in the San Antonio area, with a third under construction. SurePoint-FM 1103 at 21586 IH 35 N. in Schertz opened in February. SurePoint-Shavano at 13326 N.W. Military Highway in San Antonio opened this week. The third location, on Bulverde Road at Roseheart, is set to open at the end of this year.

Cisarik and Loeb have been active in the San Antonio self-storage market since 2001 when they built Castle Hills Self Storage. They opened Austin Highway Self Storage in 2003 and purchased majority ownership in 3009 Self Storage in 2010. The facilities have been rebranded under the SurePoint name.

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