JERSEY CITY, N.J.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Public Storage (NYSE:PSA) is celebrating completion this week of its newest and largest storage facility in the country.
Public Storage at 133 2nd Street, Jersey City, NJ opened its remaining units and now has 3,978 units, the most under one roof at any of the locations, owned by the largest storage company in the nation.
Public Storage renovated a 100-year-old, block-long building to create the self-storage offering that first opened its doors last month, with just under 300 available spaces.
So far, the community has had an outstanding response to the new business; and to celebrate the wonderful, creative and hardworking minds in this Powerhouse Arts District neighborhood and beyond, Public Storage will host a grand opening Saturday, March 25. It’s a chance to pick up a piece of free cake (while supplies last) and to meet other neighbors in the booming area.
Doors open at 8 a.m., and there will be an official ribbon cutting with the team at around 10 a.m.
Check out a drone video of the location and neighborhood to see how Jersey City is growing, expanding and revitalizing.
We help customers in their time of need, whether moving, downsizing or storing for business. Public Storage was founded in 1972 with a single Southern California self-storage building. We’ve grown a bit since then, to more than 2,310 locations around the country, making us the largest in the business today and a member of the S&P 500. We offer self-storage options of all shapes and sizes and the same personal attention from on-site managers that we’ve been giving from day one. For stockholders, we are a real estate investment trust, meaning we distribute a large portion of revenue to public investors in the form of dividends. Learn more about Public Storage at https://www.publicstorage.com.