Climate-controlled storage facility under construction in Durham, North Carolina
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Climate-controlled storage facility under construction in Durham, North Carolina

JLL’s Project and Development Services Group is overseeing construction of the project

Durham, N.C. (Jan. 13, 2017) – (RealEstateRama) — A new climate controlled self-storage facility is under construction at 3302 Petty Rd in Durham, conveniently located to both Duke University and UNC Chapel Hill along Highway 15-501. JLL will oversee the construction of the project for the developer and owner, 3302 Petty Road, LLC.

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Construction began in December 2016 and will be complete by the end of 2017. The four-story facility will feature 67,100 square feet of rentable space and approximately 785 climate-controlled units housed in a free-standing new construction building. Overcash Demmit Architects is the architect and Edifice General Contractors is the general contractor. CubeSmart will professionally manage the facility.

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