New self storage facility breaks ground near Scottsdale, Shea

Scottsdale-based 1784 Capital Holdings, LLC, has broken ground on its Gold Dust Self Storage project at 7245 E. Gold Dust Ave.

The former Macaroni Grill location will be home to a high-end self-storage facility that is scheduled to open at the end of 2019, according to a press release.

“We are committed to innovation in the self-storage industry,” Shane Albers, chairman and CEO of 1784 Capital Holdings, said in a prepared statement.

“Our properties are designed to be welcoming, providing amenities like climate-controlled loading areas, hotel-style lobbies, conference rooms and play areas. With our focus on the customer experience, we provide a secure, clean environment to store cherished belongings.”

Located on the southeast corner of Scottsdale Road and Gold Dust Avenue, the new structure will be in a heavily traveled thoroughfares in Scottsdale. The two major arteries of Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard are utilized by both commuters and neighborhood residents.

“In addition to being very visible for customers, this property offers excellent ingress and egress to both Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard via Gold Dust Avenue,” Kelly McKone, executive vice president of real estate for 1784 Capital Holdings, said in a prepared statement.

“The two-way access is ideal for customer convenience. The area is both a destination and a significant commuter corridor, which creates an amazing pool of potential customers for our project. We look forward to creating a signature facility with the latest amenities customers desire.”

Gold Dust Self-Storage will be on approximately 2.1 acres and will feature three stories above ground and one below ground. The building will contain 117,567 gross square feet and 82,505 square feet of net rentable space. TLW Construction, INC. will handle the construction of the project.

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