Self-storage company proposes 8-story building in Yonkers

TRD New York /
Apr.April 18, 2019 05:49 PM

Safeguard Self Storage hopes to build an 8-story self-storage building in Yonkers, the Daily Voice Plus reported. The outlet noted that the Atlanta-based company’s senior vice president for development, Stanley Bonilla, told the Yonkers Planning Board that its existing self-storage facility in Yonkers is “currently very full, operating at 97 percent occupancy on average, which means we have no units to rent to anybody.” The project, which would include around 3,600 square feet of retail space and 43 parking spaces, is designed to help address Yonkers’ low self-storage space supply, Bonilla said. The city’s planning board is expected to vote on Safeguard’s application next month. [DVP]


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