West Coast Self-Storage Group, with help from its financial partner, Catalyst Storage Investors LLC, has demolished and rebuilt its facility in Beaverton, Ore. Three years in the planning, the redevelopment included the acquisition of adjacent land, the modification of existing easements, rezoning and entitlements, according to Steve Tangney, vice president of real estate for West Coast. “The result was worth the wait,” he said in a press release.
“This is a reconstruction and expansion of our older facility, and it represents our continued commitment to quality and improvement of our product with a higher level of service and amenities,” Tangey said.
The new building at 9540 S.W. 125th Ave. comprises 51,680 rentable square feet of storage space in 546 climate-controlled and drive-up units. Property amenities include high-tech security, two covered loading/unloading areas, and a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies.
The property was designed by architecture firm Mildren Design Group P.C. Construction was done by SEA CON LLC, an Issaquah Wash.-based general contractor and construction-management firm.
West Coast Self-Storage Group is a self-storage acquisition, development and property-management company headquartered in Mill Creek, Wash. It has 38 managed and owned locations, including 27 in Washington, five in Oregon, and six in California.
Based in Woodinville, Wash., Catalyst is comprised of former Shurgard executives Chuck Barbo, Harrell Beck and Dave Grant. The firm specializes in self-storage investment through acquisitions and development.