Westchester Self-Storage, which operates 17 facilities under various brand names in New York, has opened Tarrytown Self-Storage in Tarrytown, N.Y. The three-story facility at 63 Cortlandt St. features a pair of “Big Ben-like” clocks that chime at noon as well as framed replicas of Norman Rockwell paintings on the front exterior wall, according to the source.
The site has more than 40 space configurations, with some outfitted as cedar closets with clothes-hanging racks. Additional property features include climate-controlled units, video cameras, a customer lounge, and a retail store that sells moving and packing supplies. The company also provides free item pickup and delivery as a service for renters.
Daily operation of the property will be managed by the three sons of company founder Peter Ferraro Sr., who’s also CEO of the New York State Self-Storage Association. Peter Ferraro Jr., chief financial officer (CFO) for the company, was recently among 13 people named a “Top CFO of The Year” by the “Westchester County Business Journal.” Paul Ferraro is vice president of construction and development, while Philip Ferraro is vice president of operations.
Family-owned Westchester Self Storage opened its first storage facility in Bedford Hills, N.Y., 28 years ago. The company will break ground on a second Tarrytown facility next spring. The property is on the site of the OnTrack Sport Center, south of the Tarrytown Train Station, the source reported.
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