Self-storage company opens Woodbury headquarters and eyes expansion

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Jun.June 18, 2018 01:47 PM

The self-storage company Men on the Move is opening its headquarters in Woodbury, the Long Island Business Journal reported. The company bought the 51,000-square-foot office space last year for $5.75 million. The company also hopes to spend $20 million on a 90,000-square-foot addition, about 67,000 square feet of which will be used for self-storage with the rest used for Men on the Move’s operations. Since its beginning as a one-truck moving company, Men on the Move has expanded, last year buying a 150,000-square-foot storage space in Farmingdale for $16 million and a warehouse in Deer Park for $4.8 million. Broker Tom Attivissimo of Greiner-Maltz has worked with the company on many of its real estate deals. [LIBN]


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