Gotham Mini Storage Celebrates Grand Opening

NEW YORK, NY—Gotham Mini Storage, Manhattan’s newest and most modern storage facility is now open for business. Located at the corner of 10th Avenue and 39th Street, the new, gleaming facility is convenient to residents of Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen, Chelsea, and Midtown neighborhoods. The seven-story 240,000 property is shared with DHL and features world class surveillance and monitoring, heated drive-in indoor loading area, and complementary wireless internet throughout.

Gotham Mini Storage invites neighbors, community organizations, and local businesses to come in for a tour of the new facility and attend an open house party on January 15, 2013 with food, beverages, and door prizes. Steve Schwartz and Jack Guttman, co-owners of the new Manhattan-based facility, have developed several million square feet of self storage space around the country but say that their Manhattan-based project is one of their most satisfying ones. “We are really fulfilling an unmet need for the growing community which we are a part of. Our goal is to provide safe, clean, and secure storage that finally allows Manhattanites the ability to store their precious belongings with confidence, and we’re off to a great start,” says Guttman.

Gotham Mini Storage offers 2,000 competitively priced brand new storage units ranging in sizes from 4’x4’ lockers through 80’x20’ extra-large rooms. Storage units can be adapted with shelves, lights, clothing racks, and extra tall 11-foot ceilings to accommodate each client’s special requirements. Aisles throughout are climate controlled, lit with energy efficient lighting, carpeted, and have over 100 security cameras.

Gotham Mini Storage is focused on adding comfort and amenities not found in your typical storage facility, including a coffee bar, working space, and brand new tech-centric equipment. With customer convenience in mind, they developed the first “drive in” freight elevator in the country where customers can bring vehicles into the elevator and take items directly to their floor. Schwartz comments, “Today’s mini-storage users are demanding more than an industrial warehouse. With an inviting, state of the art management office, newly renovated, extra-large elevators, and hallways that feel more like a living room than a storage building, we’re bringing the next generation of storage to Manhattan.”

Customers enjoy free move in shuttle services, custom built units, a full suite of moving supplies, and concierge moving solutions by a team of helpful moving professionals—all designed to take the pain out of moving. More information can be found on gothamministorage.com or by calling 212-563-6900.