The Washington D.C.-based Arcland Property Company has opened its first self-storage facility in Pennsylvania with future plans to include RV and boat storage.
The facility is located in the Penn Shopping Plaza in Penn Township, York County near Hanover, Penn. The first phase of the self-storage project is the conversion of a former Weis grocery store that was renovated into a self-storage facility, which includes 51,109 square feet and 328 units. The facility opened in May. The grocery store was vacant since the early 2000s.
Another building in the second phase of the project is opening in the fall and will include an additional 51,314 square feet of space and 431 units.
“We are excited to expand to a new state as we continue to build our presence throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Regions,” Anthony Piscitelli, Arcland’s SVP of Investments, said in a news release.
Self Storage Plus has been retained to manage the property. This marks the first location for Self Storage Plus in Pennsylvania. The property has all ground level access with a mix of climate control and drive-up storage units as well as spots for boats and recreational vehicles.