Vertical Construction is a Constant at Vancouver & 139th

When a project is spread across five buildings and 76,000+ square feet, steel erection becomes quite the feat of engineering and time management. Such is the case in the much anticipated Vancouver & 139th Get Space, when vertical construction recently began under the direction of contractor Sea Con. By the summer of 2016, the site's steel structure will surround 570 self storage, all with premium ground-floor drive-up access. 

Get Space Co-Founder and Principal Danial Lyman views this as a pivotal moment in the construction of V139. "It's exciting to watch the steel go up, because our site goes from an unassuming, boring plane into a three dimensional playground in a very short time. This is the phase where the project becomes 'real'." 

This ground-up development is only one in a handful of Get Space facilities currently under construction. In addition to the already completed H73 and H15, the company has two additional locations slotted to open in 2016 (PBWY & HWH). However, this much anticipated project will be the first Get Space in Vancouver, Washington. Plans are already in the works for a second Vancouver location (VWAR), and the company continues to search for perfect markets for new self storage facilities.

For more information visit getspace.com/v139.

Press Release—FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Get Space believes that self storage doesn't have to be complicated. While self storage is inherently built around utility, Get Space mixes it with a little simplicity and beauty to achieve amazing results. Focused in the Pacific Northwest initially, Get Space is developing multiple new facilities with a systematic development approach not seen in self storage development before. Learn more at getspace.com.

Get Space : Daniel Lyman : (503) 974-4248 : press@getspace.com : www.getspace.com/press