We felt very comfortable making our first acquisition knowing that the professionals at US Storage Centers would be managing our facility. - Todd W. Chester, Principal at WDP Partners
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) November 05, 2014
US Storage Centers today announced that it had been awarded the management contract for the Glendale, Arizona self-storage facility located at 5801 West San Miguel Avenue. The property boasts 85,124 sq. ft. of storage space, including RV, totaling 1,119 storage units. This partnership expands US Storage Centers Arizona portfolio to a total of 10 properties that are owned or managed by the company.
”WDP Partners is very excited about our first foray into the self-storage industry,” said Todd W. Chester, Principal at WDP Partners. “We felt very comfortable making our first acquisition knowing that the professionals at US Storage Centers would be managing our facility. We look forward to partnering with US Storage Centers on other opportunities in the near future.”
US Storage Centers will initially focus on improving operations to deliver a better customer experience as well as increasing revenue and optimization of the digital marketing platform to increase leads and brand loyalty.
“WDP Partners is a great company with a phenomenal reputation,” said Dave King, VP of Business Development. “I’ve always been very impressed with their projects and overall operation. We’re flattered to have been chosen as their storage brand and operating partner as they venture into the self-storage business for the first time.”
About US Storage Centers
Founded in 1985, US Storage Centers is an owner/operator of self storage facilities in 12 states. US Storage Centers is a vertically integrated real estate company, specializing in the self storage industry, that develops, acquires and manages its own portfolio as well as provides third party management services. As of April 2014 it has well over five million rentable square feet under management and employs over 200 people nationwide. US Storage Centers is a founding partner of the 501(c)3 Kure-It, a non-profit organization that raises money for underfunded cancer research, as well as Charity Storage, a 501(c)3 that uses vacant storage units to raise money for local charities. To date, Kure-It has raised over $3.0 Million and Charity Storage has raised nearly $200,000.