A new self-storage business has opened to provide “much needed storage space to the rapidly growing community” in Pasco.
Argent Storage at 3302 N. Road 44 is at the intersection of Argent and Road 44, near Columbia Basin College.
The first phase of the $3 million project was completed Oct. 1, and the second is scheduled to be completed May 1.
The business features outdoor, one-story storage units that are sand tan with brown roofs, as well as an on-site two-story office. Brick walls on the outer units will form a wall at the fully gated site when completed.
The facility will offer 100,000 square feet of storage space and 601 total units.
Current monthly prices are: 5-by-10, $60; 10-by-10, $90; 10-by-15, $120; 10-by-20, $150.
In the spring, Argent Storage plans to add 12-by-30 size units with power outlets for $250 a month.
Croskrey Properties, a local real estate investment company with two twin brothers as owners, Nathan and David Croskrey, built Argent Storage.
They have invested in commercial real estate in the Tri-Cities for the past 25 years and have built many of the gray buildings with blue roofs in the Richland Airport industrial park. They also have built and sold two other storage unit projects.
They are also currently building a new strip mall on Queensgate Drive near Keene Road.
Dennis Hollis of Northwest Construction Services is the general contractor.
Spink Engineering is the architect.
For more information, visit argentstorage.com or call 509-579-1100.