Old Warehouses Make Great Conversions

"The beautiful thing about preservation is you begin with something that already exists and therefore is already local. By definition, a preservation project is an homage to earlier cultures and mentalities to which you can add a new dimension, a new function, a new beauty or appeal." - Rem Koolhaas

Get Space feels pretty winning with the announcement of its "hat trick" self storage facility at Hillsboro & Witch Hazel (HWH). The third location in Hillsboro, Oregon, sits just east of Aloha, near the Meadow Oaks, Arbor Roses, and Witch Hazel neighborhoods. These areas have been growing rapidly, and this facility addresses the continued demand for storage seen at its sister facilities, H15 and H73, both completed less than a year ago.

Unlike H15, and H73, this Get Space will reuse an existing warehouse, which is a win for the environment due to the decreased embodied energy in demolition and construction compared to a typical brand new facility. The single-level facility will include nearly 60,000 square feet and will offer a fantastic variety of self storage options. The highly secure site will be easily accessible from Highway 8 (Tualatin Valley HWY) and Brookwood Avenue.  

For more information visit getspace.com/hwh.



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 : Elizabeth Main : (503) 974-4248 : press@getspace.com : www.getspace.com/press