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19 Jan 2022

Westport Properties Completes Construction of Self Storage Facility in Los Angeles

Westport Properties Completes Construction of Self Storage Facility in Los Angeles Facility to be marketed and managed under the US Storage Centers brand

LOS ANGELES, December XX, 2021, Westport Properties, a premier owner/operator of self storage facilities nationally, announced that it has completed construction of a 1,182 unit, 157,116-square-foot property located at 4800 Valley Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. Westport Properties will market and manage the property under the US Storage Centers brand.

“Los Angeles and the Southern California market have been a great region for us with a lack of supply and tremendous user growth,” said Charles Byerly, CEO of Westport Properties. “We’re continually adding high quality assets in major MSAs across the country and we expect to be very active in 2022.”

Conveniently located for the residents of Ramona Gardens, El Sereno, Lincoln Heights, and Omaha Heights, this state-of-the arts facility is climate controlled and features cutting edge security features, and a meeting room for community organizations. It is also minutes from California State University, Los Angeles, making it ideal for college students who are looking to store their belongings during winter and summer break.

About Westport Properties
Founded in 1985, Westport Properties (“WPI”) is an owner-operator of self storage, multifamily and industrial properties across the United States. The Company is a fully integrated operator that develops, acquires and manages its portfolio as well as providing third-party management services. As of December 2020, WPI has approximately 11 million square feet of self storage space under management with its US Storage Centers brand and 638 multifamily units, employing approximately 400 people nationwide. WPI is a founding partner of the 501(c)3 Kure-It, a non-profit organization that raises money for underfunded cancer research, and Charity Storage, a 501(c)3 that uses vacant storage units to raise money for local charities. To date, Kure-It has raised over $12M and Charity Storage has raised over $500K.