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Go Store It Breaks Ground on New Self-Storage Developments in The Carolinas

Go Store It, which operates 20 self-storage facilities in six states, has broken ground on two new projects. One is in Woodfin, N.C., a town in the Asheville Metropolitan Statistical Area, and the other is in Mt. Pleasant, S.C., a suburb just east of Charleston.

The company already operates three facilities in Asheville, N.C., and has another under development off Hendersonville Road. The new site, just north of downtown, will include more than 600 climate-controlled units, according to a press release.

The three-story Mt. Pleasant property on Gregorie Ferry Road will include more than 400 climate-controlled units. It’ll be the company’s third development in the city and its fifth in the Charleston, S.C., self-storage market. Go Store It has projects underway on Folly Road, Johnnie Dodds Boulevard and Maybank Highway as well as in the downtown area. It also recently opened a property on Long Point Road.  

Go Store It plans to break ground on five additional facilities this year in Cary and Charlotte, N.C., as well as Fredericksburg, Va., and Louisville, Ky. The company is also seeking acquisition and expansion opportunities nationwide.

Based in Charlotte, N.C., Go Store It specializes in the acquisition, development and management of self-storage assets throughout the county. It currently has more 2 million square feet of storage space under management and construction. It’s an affiliate of Madison Capital Group LLC, which has offices in Charlotte, Charleston, S.C., and Nashville, Tenn.

Bristol Herald Courier, Go Store It Breaks Ground on Two New Storage Developments in Asheville, NC and Mt Pleasant, SC

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