Storage Post Expands Florida Footprint

The company continues its self-storage space buying spree, making its ninth purchase in the state in the heart of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. According to public records, the seller was an entity affiliated with former Dubble Bubble candy executive Bruce Weiner.

641 NW 12th Ave., Miami
641 NW 12th Ave., Miami

Atlanta-based firm Storage Post acquired another self-storage property in Miami. According to public records, the seller was an entity affiliated with former Dubble Bubble gum executive Bruce Weiner. Storage Post acquired the property in a partnership with PGIM Real Estate.

It is a brand new facility in a very attractive market with great fundamentals. This top shelf asset will be another prime property as we continue to grow the Storage Post portfolio in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale market,” Storage Post Chief Operating Officer Dylan Delaune said in a prepared statement.

Brand new asset 

The recently completed five-story property is located at 641 NW 12th Ave. and is operated by an experienced staff of storage specialists.

Amenities include:

  • High-end security systems
  • Covered loading bays
  • Climate controlled units
  • Ample access hours
  • Moving and packing supplies and hand carts
  • Online bill pay

The property is situated in the midst of Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood and provides easy access throughout the entire area via the Dolphin Expressway and neighboring bus stations. Additionally, it is bounded by eateries and retailers as well as Marlins Park, located within walking distance.

With this acquisition, Storage Post’s portfolio comprises 9 Florida properties and 26 assets in the Greater New York City area.

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