New Spot for your Stuff in Downtown Chicago

Posted on Dec 20 2013 - 7:00am by James Overturf
New Spot for your Stuff in Downtown Chicago

Photo: akasped via Flickr

 

Self-storage isn’t just for suburbanites with minivans. There are plenty of facilities in urban areas, perfect for city-dwellers to supplement the limited space in their apartments.

 

Chicago has just gained one more storage option in its urban core. The newest Extra Space facility joins the other three near the central business district in offering secure, quality storage to the city’s residents.

 

The new building, at 1242 W Washington Blvd, has a lot to recommend it to those tightly packed urbanites. Located in the center of the Near West Side neighborhood, right next door to the Loop, the facility is near major universities, hospitals, and cultural centers. UIC students might find it a convenient place to store their stuff during the summer. The building is also convenient to highways, sitting adjacent to I-90 and I-290.

 

The 137 units in the 16,067 square-foot building are available 24/7, and a covered parking deck will keep your items dry as you move in and out. Video surveillance and electronic gate access ensures security, and the option of climate-control means your things can be stored in the best condition possible.

 

The building is easy to access; a loading dock and free move-in truck can help with bigger moves, and elevators serve all levels of the facility. Spanish-speaking staff can help customers get set up and answer any questions.

 

 

New Spot for your Stuff in Downtown Chicago

About James Overturf

SVP Marketing and Investor Relations
Extra Space Storage

James Overturf oversees all marketing and corporate communication activities for Extra Space Storage. James had ambitions on being an architect but was quickly brought back to reality by a lack of talent and instead decided to study marketing, economics and statistics. He enjoys skiing, fishing, golf and spending time with his wife and three daughters. James was duped into a career in self-storage from the high-tech industry in the late 90’s by current Extra Space Storage CEO Spencer Kirk.

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