The company has submitted a proposal in Kauai County, Hawaii, to convert several floors of the vacant Nawiliwili Bulk Sugar Building to self-storage
February 25, 2015
- Island Self Storage wants to convert the sugar building to self-storage
and lease part of the building to be used as a construction-materials recycling center. The conversion project also includes a company office and loft space as per source.
The existing structure is owned by Gay and Robinson Inc., a longtime sugar-cane farming enterprise that purchased the 3.4-acre property in 2001. Gay and Robinson ceased most of its operations in 2010 after its last sugar-cane harvest, the source reported. The building dates back to the 1950s.
The conversion project has plans of 1,650 storage units on the top three floors. The first floor will be leased to Concrete Coring and Cutting Inc., a local construction company.
Island Self Storage manages Guardian Self Storage in the Puhi Industrial Park in Lihue, Hawaii currently.
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