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Former Nursing Home Converts to Self-Storage in Wichita Falls

Mike Shallenberger and a group of investors acquired the former Wood Care Center nursing-home facility in Wichita Falls, Texas, for conversion to a Saf-T-Loc Self-Storage facility and other businesses.

March 17, 2009

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Former Nursing Home Converts to Self-Storage in Wichita Falls

Mike Shallenberger and a group of investors acquired the former Wood Care Center nursing-home facility in Wichita Falls, Texas, for conversion to a Saf-T-Loc Self-Storage facility and other businesses. Shallenberger plans to renovate the multi-use property to include traditional and climate-controlled self-storage, retail stores, offices and possibly a restaurant. Approximately 40,000 square feet will be used for storage units. Shallenberger said he hopes to start work on the project in the next few months.
 
Source: TimesRecordNews.com, Group Acquires Facility

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