Cascade Self Storage Opens New Facility in Roseburg, OR

Update 9/13/18 – Cascade has opened its new Roseburg location. The facility offers more than 131,665 net rentable square feet of storage space, according to a press release. Dan Adams is the property manager.

A two-day grand-opening celebration will be held Sept. 28, 3 to 7 p.m., and Sept. 29, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will include property tours, refreshments and door prizes, including a 43-inch TV.


9/18/2017 – Cascade Self Storage is building a new facility in Roseburg, Ore., its third in the state. The first phase of the property at 1910 N.E. Diamond Lake Blvd. is slated to open this fall. Once the facility is fully complete next spring, the 3.8-acre site will include five buildings containing 730 storage units and a manager’s residence, according to the source.

The project was designed by Jordan Architects Inc. and is being built by local companies C Weavers’ Construction Inc. and Victory Builders Inc. Permits from the Douglas County Building Department were issued on Jan. 25. The property has an assessed value of $439,913, according to the Douglas County Assessor’s Office.

Cascade was prompted to expand by growth in the area, according to the source. “They believe there is a need for storage in the area and hope to fulfill the immediate demand as well as be a staple in the community for years to come,” said David Meinecke, vice president of Jordan Architects.

Cascade also operates self-storage facilities at 1011 Narregan St. and 2562 W. Main St in Medford, Ore. In addition to self-storage, it owns and operates manufactured-housing communities. All of its properties are managed by HCA Management, a family-owned company founded in 1964.

Source:
The News-Review, New Cascade Self Storage Under Construction in Roseburg

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