January 12, 2024

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New York-based Manhattan Mini Storage (MMS) is expanding its operation into the boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens. Current redevelopment projects are scheduled to be complete this month, according to a press release.

“We are genuinely excited about our expansion of Manhattan Mini Storage into the boroughs,” said Adam Steckler, chief operating officer. “You will never find us in Omaha, but you might catch us off a highway in the Bronx. This reflects our dedication to bringing the essence of the Manhattan Mini Storage experience to a vibrant new community, where we will continue to deliver easy, clean and safe storage.”

The new locations will feature the company’s expedited, flexible rental experience. They’ll also be equipped with upgraded security.

“We will implement new gated-access technology that includes an app experience to provide customers more control over their account, allowing them to assign temporary user codes to a family member or guest, see their unit-access history and more,” said Weyen Burnam, chief development officer.

MMS was founded in 1978 as a family-owned business. It was acquired in November 2021 by StorageMart, which operates more than 250 self-storage properties across Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. Founded in 1999 and based in Columbia, Missouri, StorageMart has a portfolio of more than 24 million square feet.

Source: PR Newswire, Manhattan Mini Storage Expands Presence to Brooklyn and Queens

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