Awarded Two New Contracts

For Immediate Release                   April 23, 2014

Storage Asset Management, Inc. (SAM) has been awarded two new self-storage management contracts in the month of April.   Since the end of 2013, SAM has now signed seven management contracts. The first is a storage facility located in Salisbury, MD.  Water Tower Self Storage has 330 storage units ranging in size from 25 to 300 square feet for a total of 31,190 rentable square feet.  The property will offer convenient storage solutions for area residents and businesses as well as a full line of quality boxes and packing supplies.

The second storage facility being added to SAM’s management portfolio is located in Dover, PA.   Dover Mini-Storage is a newly renovated self-storage business.  The property is comprised of traditional drive-up units and outdoor parking for vehicle storage.  It is conveniently located one block from Route 74 in Dover, PA and is easily accessible from area residences.

Alyssa Quill, VP, says “We are very excited to work in these two vibrant cities, York and Salisbury, on the east coast.  Our whole team looks forward to long relationships with the owners and using our proven strategies to increase the value of their assets.”




Media Contact: Melissa Stiles

Storage Asset Management, Inc





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