Immediate Release April 6, 2023
Storage Sense’s Climate-Controlled Storage Facility Opens in Charlottesville, Virginia
Storage Sense continues to grow its presence in Charlottesville, Virginia, with the grand opening this Monday of its brand new self storage facility on Vision Lane.
The location features more than 72,800 square feet of storage space across 722 climate-controlled storage units. Ranging from 5×5 to 15×30 feet, the storage units are equipped to handle various storage needs, including residential, business, and University of Virginia student storage.
This new facility is located just off Interstate 64 close to the Wegmans shopping center for convenient support of nearby apartment complexes in Oak Hill, Sherwood Manor, and Moore’s Creek neighborhoods. Meanwhile, Fifth Street connects Storage Sense to downtown Charlottesville businesses in approximately 10 minutes.
Climate-controlled storage units maintain specific temperature and humidity levels to provide the best quality protection for their stored contents. With indoor storage, moisture-sensitive items are secure from the changing elements outside.
Stop into the facility at 3030 Vision Lane, Unit 100, or call the office with any questions about the rental process. Storage professionals are available during office hours.
Storage Sense rentals can be completed in person in the office, over the phone, or online. To remain contact-free, customers can take advantage of the online storage rental process—with access to assistance still only a click or call away.
The facility is developed by Kyle Redinger and LandStriker Development and 100% locally owned. Storage Asset Management (SAM), a full-service self storage property management company, is hired to oversee daily operations.
About the Author: Katie Mest is a Content Marketing Specialist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. She specializes in writing about the self storage industry, including storage tips and helpful resources. Outside of work, Katie enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors and snuggling in with a crochet project and her cat, Billie.