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New ISS Podcast Addresses a Mixed-Use Approach to Self-Storage Development

Inside Self-Storage (ISS) has released a new podcast as part of its “Sounds of Storage” series that examines mixed-use projects and how they’re being used to positive effect in the self-storage industry. The eight-minute interview with Peter Stuhlreyer, chief architect of Designhaus LLC, explains how developers can use this approach to gain favor with municipalities, particularly in zoning districts where storage isn’t a permitted use. Stuhlreyer discusses advantages and drawbacks of this development type as well as design considerations.

Stuhlreyer has designed more than a half a billion dollars’ worth of commercial, multi-family and self-storage construction, including facilities for many well-known national self-storage brands. He’ll be speaking at the upcoming ISS World Expo in Las Vegas, July 13-16, where he’ll present a seminar titled “Self-Storage Meets Retail Suburbia: Finding Success With Mixed-Use Projects.”

Based in Auburn Hills, Mich., Designhaus provides professional architectural services as well as interior and landscape design to self-storage and other business sectors.

This audio and others in the series can be accessed on the ISS podcasts page.

For more than 30 years, ISS has provided informational resources for the self-storage industry. Its educational offerings include ISS magazine, the annual ISS World Expo, an extensive website, the ISS Store, and Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community.

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