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Miller-Valentine, Coastal Storage Group Complete 3-Story Extra Space Self-Storage Facility in North Charleston, SC

Real estate development firm Miller-Valentine Group and self-storage developer Coastal Storage Group have completed construction on a three-story self-storage facility in North Charleston, S.C. The property comprises 90,000 square feet at the intersection of N. Rhett Avenue and Sumner Avenue, according to a press release. The property will be managed by Extra Space Storage Inc., a real estate investment trust and third-party management company, and branded under its name.

Miller-Valentine and Coastal are also jointly developing a three-story storage facility in Murrells Inlet, S.C. In March, they completed construction on a similar property in Goose Creek, S.C. Both projects include “commercial-grade” climate control.

Founded in 1963, Miller-Valentine provides design/build construction, development and property-management services in the Midwest, Southeast and Southwest. The company has built more than 83 million square feet of commercial space and more than 16,000 residential housing units.

Based in Charleston, S.C., Coastal was founded in 2016 by Brent Case of CBC Atlantic, Steve Koewler of the Miller-Valentine Group and Aaron Rowley of Dominion Holdings Inc. The company owns five self-storage facilities in the Charleston market.

Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Extra Space owns or operates 1,568 self-storage properties in 39 states; Washington, D.C.; and Puerto Rico. The company’s properties comprise approximately 1.09 million units and 119 million square feet of rentable space.

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