A private investor recently sold a seven-property portfolio of self-storage facilities in the Columbus, Ohio, metro area for nearly $18.9 million.

The properties bear the Storage Inns of America brand and comprise 418,020 square feet.

A Mishawaka, Ind.-based investment group purchased the portfolio from an unidentified investor at a price per square foot of $45.

The Storage Inns of America portfolio includes:

  • a 608-unit facility at 1330 Georgesville Road, Columbus;

  • a 576-unit facility at 7200 Tussing Road, Reynoldsburg;

  • a 570-unit facility at 9984 South Old State Road, Lewis Center;

  • a 520-unit facility at 5199 Westerville Road, Columbus;

  • a 460-unit facility at 5301 East Tamarack Circle, Columbus;

  • a 426-unit facility at 580 East Dublin-Granville Road, Worthington;

  • a 342-unit facility at 1585 Lexington Ave., Mansfield

Each property is of similar construction: a single-level storage facility with standard drive-up, interior climate control, steel or brick exterior, metal framing, steel roof and concrete slab with asphalt driveway. All locations feature exterior lighting, perimeter fencing with computerized-gate access, a manager’s office and signage exposing the Storage Inns of America logo.


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