SAN FRANCISCO, August 10, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Stuf, a next-generation self-storage company offering easy-to-access and “right next door” storage facilities, announced two new locations today in. famous San Francisco and Oakland, California. Stuf works with commercial property owners to monetize vacant space in buildings, create new cash flow opportunities, while providing neighborhoods with a safe, warm, and welcoming environment to store personal items, business inventory, and more.
“The missing piece in self-storage, especially in densely populated areas like the Bay Area, is reliable and conveniently located options. By using underutilized space, we can provide facilities for all needs of locals and businesses nearby, ”says Co-Founder and CEO of Stuf, Katharine Lau. “On the other side of the same coin, our model enables new ways to monetize commercial real estate. Our mission at Stuf is to work with real estate owners to capitalize on the increasing shift to more flexible living and working, and how it leads to more flexible storage needs. “
Stuf is new San Francisco The self-storage location at 115 Sansome Street is owned by the Vanbarton Group. This will be the startup’s second location in town and act as a neighborhood warehouse for businesses and consumers to store everything from seasonal items and lightweight furniture to easily accessible inventory. Located in the heart of the financial district, Stuf’s newest location is in the basement of the approximately 118,000 square meter office building. The room was previously used as a warehouse for overflow buildings; However, Stuf is now generating a new source of income by using the unused space.
Stuf’s city center Oakland The location at 521 16th Street brings new life to a largely unused basement in an approximately 61,000 square foot office building. Since moving in and renovating, Stuf has been serving office tenants throughout the building, as well as neighboring small businesses and residents who need additional space, with its self-storage offer.
“Before Stuf moved in, our basement was underutilized,” says Westlake Realty Asset Manager, Jeffrey Bak. “Now our building has technology-enabled storage that is both welcoming and easily accessible, and our tenants are actually using it at levels. We believe this is a new and unique amenity that will greatly benefit office owners.”
In addition to new openings, Stuf currently also operates full-service self-storage in Brooklyn, New York, with locations in The angel, Washington, DC, and Manhattan should open at the end of 2021.
Stuf is a next-generation self-storage startup bringing modern, technology-enabled storage solutions to consumers. Stuf works with property owners to monetize basements, garages, and other spaces in commercial buildings, creating new cash flow opportunities while adding new amenities to neighborhoods. Whether you’re running out of space or looking for seasonal storage, Stuf prides itself on being the home for people’s possessions. Further information and team opportunities can be found at https://stufstorage.com.