FRISCO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Public Storage (NYSE:PSA) is hosting the grand opening today of its newest facility in a booming suburb north of Dallas. The construction project is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to expand in the region.
Public Storage is opening more than 1,000 self-storage spaces on five acres in the heart of Frisco, Texas, its first location in the town known as one of the fastest-growing suburbs in the nation. Frisco also has appeared on more than one best-places-to-live list.
Public Storage 8433 Legacy Dr. Frisco, TX 75034 will serve the community of professionals with climate-controlled self-storage units that minimize moisture and mitigate extreme temperatures. Additional drive-up and more budget-friendly units without climate control are also available. The facility is conveniently located on a major thoroughfare and just off of the Dallas North Tollway.
Frisco is popular with young families, drawn by great schools, plentiful parks, stately homes and low crime rates. The new self-storage facility has an upscale brick exterior to fit the neighborhood. For increased oversight, the property manager will live at the location.
Public Storage has more than 2,250 locations around the country, including nine in the cities like Frisco that are just north of Dallas. For more information, visit PublicStorage.com. Follow Public Storage on Facebook and Twitter.
We help customers in their time of need, whether moving, downsizing or storing for business. Public Storage was founded in 1972 with a single Southern California self-storage building. We’ve grown a bit since then, to more than 2,250 locations around the country, making us the largest in the business today and a member of the S&P 500. We offer self-storage options of all shapes and sizes and the same personal attention from on-site managers that we’ve been giving from day one. For stockholders, we are a real estate investment trust, meaning we distribute a large portion of revenue to public investors in the form of dividends. Learn more about Public Storage at http://www.publicstorage.com.