Fast-Growing Palm Coast, Florida, Gets the Storage it Needs

 

Photo: Town of Palm Coast

Photo: Town of Palm Coast

 

Palm Coast, Florida, is a city on the move. Its population—currently at more than 75,000—is increasing rapidly.

New residents are attracted by the beautiful coastal scenery; jobs in mid-sized businesses in its industrial parks; and proximity to St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, Orlando, and Jacksonville.

The town’s population grew 239 percent between 1990 and 2010, blowing away Florida’s overall growth rate for the same period, which was a mere 47 percent. A city showing that kind of promise needs some quality self-storage to serve all those new people.

Enter Extra Space’s first facility in the area, located at 4860 Palm Coast Parkway NW. The 454 units in this 65,545 square-foot facility offer the same top-notch security, cleanliness, and accessibility as Extra Space storage everywhere.

Residents of Palm Coast, both new and old, will no longer have to wonder where to find that extra storage space they need. It’s now right there in the center of town, ready to serve everyone.

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November 9, 2013

About Jessica Johnson

Marketing Director Extra Space Storage After an internship with a marketing company changed her passion from computer science, Jessica obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Marketing. Now Marketing Director for Extra Space Storage, Jessica oversees all of the company's social media profiles and is in charge of all brand marketing efforts. Jessica, an avid goal setter, reads three books each month. Another of her goals, doing something new each year, has brought her to become SCUBA certified, playing in a kickball league, learn to fly fish, and volunteer at the Sundance Film Festival. She also enjoys traveling and trying different and exotic foods. Visit Jessica Johnson on Google+

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