New Self-Storage Facility Opening in West Seattle, Washington

Seattle, WA, August 05, 2020 --( West Coast Self-Storage announced today that their newest storage facility in West Seattle is set to open. The business, named West Coast Self-Storage West Seattle, is located at 3252 Harbor Ave SW in the North Admiral neighborhood, making it conveniently accessible from downtown Seattle. Opening day has been slated for August 5th, 2020.

The facility was designed by the architecture firm Magellan Architects of Redmond, WA, and built by Issaquah, WA-based Seacon Construction. It features 857 storage units totaling 65,240 sq. ft. of rentable storage space.

West Coast Self-Storage West Seattle was designed with the needs of Seattle-area storage customers in mind. The ground level has a drive-in bay that allows tenants to load and unload into their unit while staying out of the elements. These heated units range in size from 10 x10 to 10 x 25. Upper-level units are also heated and range in size from 5 x 5 to 10 x 20.

The facility was built with several advanced security features to ensure the comfort and safety of its customers. These include 24-hour digital video monitoring with 40 cameras positioned throughout the property, personalized pin-code access at all entrances, and intercom stations by each elevator. The drive-in bay units are individually-alarmed and are secured by an additional computerized gate for added protection. Flashing lights have also been added to alert cyclists when a vehicle is leaving the bay.

Other amenities include moving dollies for free use, wide, well-lit hallways, and a retail store offering moving boxes and packing materials. There are plans to offer U-Haul moving truck rental services in the future as well. Access hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm daily. Office hours are 9:30 am to 6:00 pm Monday-Saturday and 9:30 am to 5:00 pm Sunday.

The self-storage facility is owned NWB/CSPP – West Seattle, LLC and is professionally managed by West Coast Self-Storage Group of Everett, Washington.

We’re thrilled to be a part of the revitalization that’s going on in West Seattle,” said Kailie Armstrong, District Manager for West Coast Self-Storage. “We think the community is going to appreciate the high-quality storage and amenities that we offer.”

West Coast Self-Storage Group is a self-storage property management, acquisition, and development company headquartered in Everett, WA. The company currently has 73 managed and owned locations with fifty-three stores in Washington, twelve stores in Oregon, and eight stores in California. The links to their websites are and
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Derek Hines