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Noah's Ark Development Builds New Self-Storage and Boat/RV-Storage Facility in San Antonio

Noahs Ark Development will build its newest Noahs Ark Self Storage & RV Parking facility near the intersection of FM 1516 and IH 10 in San Antonio.

Noah’s Ark Development will build its newest Noah’s Ark Self Storage & RV Parking facility near the intersection of FM 1516 and IH 10 in San Antonio. Construction will begin in the second quarter of the year. This is one of several projects the company has planned for the Colorado, Florida, Louisiana and Texas markets.
The new property will include traditional and climate-control units as well as open, canopied and fully enclosed RV/boat spaces. Other amenities will include electrical hook-ups, a battery-recharge area and a waste-disposal station. The property will be completely fenced with coded entry/exit control and monitored surveillance system. Climate-controlled buildings will employ intercoms to the office and motion-sensitive lighting. Noah’s Ark will also provide dollies and loading carts for customers’ use and a selection of locks, boxes, and packing and storage materials for purchase.
NDS Construction will assist in the facility design and act as the general contractor. Joshua Management will provide facility administration.
Noah’s Ark, NDS and Joshua Management, all based in San Antonio, are part of the Parham Group of companies. Noah’s Ark has developed more than 50 self-storage facilities since 1990. Since 1983, NDS has designed or built more than 200 self-storage complexes nationwide.

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