Public Storage has purchased a site in the Bryton development for a new self-storage facility.
Bryton Town Center sold the 1.7-acre site to Public Storage for $1 million. Brokers Frank McCleneghan and Mason Adams of Piedmont Properties/CORFAC International represented the buyer.
“Public Storage liked the site because of its proximity to Walmart, Hendrick Auto Mall, and I-485,” McLeneghan said. The company plans to build a multistory, fully enclosed self-storage facility.
Powered in part by the city’s surge in new residents and apartments, self-storage facilities are experiencing a boom in Charlotte, with dozens of projects in the works or under construction.
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