GNP Development is happy to announce the completion of one of our projects- the CubeSmart Self Storage Facility in Celebration FL.
Project Type: Commercial • Site size: 4.85 acre • Completed size: 82,000 SF storage + 40,000 SF office
GNP acquired the site from a bank distressed, worked closely with Celebration, FL to achieve the rare form of entitlements in the coveted and highly regulated Celebration Market.
The Grand Opening
On Saturday, January 26th, CubeSmart Self Storage of Celebration held its grand opening event at 1480 Celebration Blvd. The event provided an opportunity for Celebration residents to meet its new neighbor in a fun environment on a beautiful sunny day. The event featured free BBQ; free Chik-fil-A sandwich vouchers; a bounce house for kids and a DJ. The GNP development team was on site shaking hands with its new neighbors and participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony that included donations to two local charities; Celebration Foundation & Give Kids the World Village. Additionally, one lucky winner went home with $500 after drawing the winning ticket to a grand opening raffle. GNP was pleased to celebrate this joyous event with the local community after coming up with the concept to bring storage to Celebration given Mark Gerenger’s Challenges with securing storage in close proximity, when he lived in Celebration. Check out pictures from the event by going to CubeSmart Self Storage of Celebration’s Facebook and Instagram pages.
More CubeSmart Information
Storage cubes are currently available and discounted- grand opening promotions are in effect (1 month free + 20% off rent with coupon). Storage units range in size from 20 to 300 square feet and the property features flexible month-to-month leases; climate controlled storage units; 24/7 video recording; 2 high speed elevators; handicapped accessible units; and U- Haul truck and trailer rentals. Reservations can be made by calling 321-250-2443 or 407-910-2831. Online reservations can be made at CubeSmart.com and UHaul.com.
Time Lapse Footage
Check out the time lapse footage of the construction