Reminderville — Walls are going up at the new $5.1 million Reminderville Recreation Center at Glenwood Boulevard and Liberty Road, and village officials are hoping for a July opening.
With close to 50,000 self-storage facilities in the United States, it’s hard to believe there could an underserved area. But there is—Columbus, Ohio. And now, one developer is trying to do something about it.
Columbus Business First –
Residents of the Brewery District and surrounding neighborhoods will soon have a new option for storing belongings. Brexton LLC will build a six-story self-storage facility at the corner of Liberty and Short streets, similar to one the company is building on Long Street downtown.
By providing our expertise, services and labor, Brexton teamed with United way and the “Fresh Foods Here Program“ to make it possible for 7 inner city locations to provide fresh produce by creating refrigeration areas and equipment and more.
Nationwide Real Estate / Development recently requested Brexton to partner with them on several renovation projects within their developments. Insight Global was one of the projects completed by Brexton, please call for more details.
The Columbus Dispatch –
A 750-unit storage building will be built at Long and Young streets Downtown as part of the growing Neighborhood Launch apartment and condominium project.
The Edwards Companies and Brexton Construction announced today plans to add a six-story storage unit building to the ongoing Neighborhood Launch project in Downtown Columbus. The units would service Downtown residents looking for extra room that they may not have built into smaller apartments or condos.