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Public Storage Adds New Storage Units in Florida

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Glendale, CA-based Public Storage recently opened its newest self-storage units in Deerfield Beach, FL. Located less than two miles from the town’s boardwalk, they are in an ideal location for storing seasonal gear and more, according to a prepared statement.

The new Public Storage at 39 SE 1st St., Deerfield Beach, FL 33441 offers more than 1,300 spaces, from indoor, climate-controlled units to convenient drive-up outdoor storage.

“This is a modern self-storage location in a growing, attractive area for people,” Senior Vice President Tim Stanley said of the company’s fourth location in town. “This is a great facility for customers who have high standards.”

Public Storage and its construction partner built the four-story building near City Hall from the ground up with the goal of enhancing the neighborhood. It offers a tan exterior, traditional eaves, and Public Storage Orange awnings that replicate classic Bermuda shutters popular in the area.

South Florida is experiencing double-digit population growth, and residents in the area are feeling the squeeze with slower commutes every year, the release says. “Thankfully, Public Storage always strives to locate its facilities where they are easy to access, and this new spot is no exception. It is conveniently located between I-95 and Highway 1 at Hillsboro Boulevard.”

Deerfield Beach is a palm-lined town of 80,000 named for the deer that used to roam the area. Part of the greater Miami area, it is now known more for its sea turtles, water sports and fishing pier.

Public Storage is constantly working to serve a growing need in the area. In fact, it opened another brand new location nearby a year ago as Public Storage 3460 SW 8th Street, Miami FL 33135.

“South Florida is an exciting market for us,” said Tracy Girard, a Public Storage construction manager. “We’re always looking for new opportunities to bring the best self-storage options to customers in more neighborhoods.”