Storage Express, which operates more than 100 self-storage facilities in five states, has completed the expansion of its Clarksville, Ind., location. The property at 910 Woodstock Drive now boasts 85,000 square feet of storage space in 746 climate-controlled units. It also features a 24-hour rental center and 62 security cameras. The site is just off Veterans Parkway, minutes from Interstate 65 and the Interstate 265 beltway around metro Louisville, Ky., according to a press release.
“This Clarksville property will serve as our hub for metro Louisville. Several of our field-service reps will based out of this location, from which we’ll continue our expansion in the Southern Indiana/Louisville metro market,” said Jefferson Shreve, owner and president.
Earlier this month, Storage Express purchased a dozen Storage General facilities across Central Illinois from the Plummer Family. The acquisition added 370,000 square feet of storage space and more than 2,000 units to the company’s portfolio. It includes two new sites and 10 locations that have available land for expansion.
Founded in 1992, Storage Express operates 106 self-storage in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. It has offices in Bloomington, Indianapolis and Jeffersonville, Ind. The company has a half-dozen expansion and new build projects underway throughout Indiana, the release stated.