|Number of units||952|
LOCATION: The property is situated at the northwest corner of South Interstate 35 (frontage road) and Woodland Avenue, between Riverside Drive and Oltorf Street in Austin, Travis County, Texas.
ACRES: +/- 2.292 acres (99,810 square feet)
FRONTAGE: +/- 400’ (S IH 35); +/- 250’ (Woodland Ave)
TRAFFIC COUNT: +/- 200,000 VPD
UTILITIES: Water/sewer and electric services are provided by Austin Energy.
YEAR BUILT: The facility opened for business in April 2019.
CONSTRUCTION DETAIL: The facility is consists of a single building. A portion of the building is three stories and a portion of the building is four stories due to the elevation of the site.
ELEVATOR DETAIL: The facility has two Schindler Holeless Hydraulic elevators with a capacity of 4,500 pounds each.
APARTMENT: There is no apartment at the facility.
OFFICE: The facility has a retail oriented customer service office which is approximately 1,160 square feet in size.
CLIMATE CONTROLLED: The unit mix is comprised of approximately 97% climate controlled self storage units.
FEATURES AND AMENITIES: The facility has electronic access control, secure fencing, 24-hour video surveillance, climate controlled units, drive-up units, elevator access to upper floors and a retail oriented customer service office.
MANAGEMENT: The property is professionally managed by Extra Space Storage.
SECURITY: The facility is equipped with a 24-hour video surveillance system.
OPERATION HOURS (OFFICE): Monday through Friday - 9:30 am to 6:00 pm; Saturday – 9:00 am to 5:30 pm; Sunday - Closed
OPERATION HOURS (ACCESS): Monday through Sunday - 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
OFFERING PRICE: Unpriced
RENTABLE SQUARE FEET: 92,288
EFFECTIVE RENTAL RATE: Climate Controlled - $30.85 psf | Non-Climate - 25.48 psf
NUMBER OF UNITS: 952
CURRENT OCCUPANCY: Economic – 40% | Physical – 56%
OFFER DEADLINE: March 25, 2022
- New Class A Construction Near Austin CBD
- Excellent Visibility to Over 200,000 VPD
- Strong Demographics with Projected Growth
- Abundance of New Residential Development
- Thriving Austin Economy