A former industrial drum producing plant in Tonawanda will turn into a self-storage facility, beneath a $30 million job by a Midwestern agency in partnership with Lifetime Storage.
Containers Builders, a self-storage developer based mostly in Greenwood, Ind., designs to change the former Greif Inc. packaging plant on Colvin Boulevard into climate-managed interior storage units, when delivering out of doors parking for leisure motor vehicles and boats.
The facility would be managed and branded by Amherst-based mostly Life Storage, one particular of the nation’s biggest vendors of self-storage areas. On the other hand, Bins Builders will personal it, as a franchisee, explained lawyer Marc Romanowski, who represents the developer.
In accordance to options submitted to the Town of Tonawanda, the enterprise and its Park Metropolis, Utah-dependent subsidiary, Containers Storage Developers, intend to renovate the 138,000-square-foot facility into extra than 101,000 sq. feet of local climate-controlled inside area, with 800 personal storage units of a variety of sizes.
The facility will have a central travel-thru that is controlled by a keypad, to offer prospects with straightforward access to their units. Meanwhile, the present parking whole lot to the north of the principal building will get a new fence and gated entry, developing secured and screened parking for vehicles.
“It’s a fully indoor facility, so it’s all in the envelope of the present creating that Greif vacated,” Romanowski reported.