NL businessman building 300-unit self-storage site
A New London businessman is building a new self-storage facility on Bank Street that will feature more than 300 units.
Len Goldstein, who is the proprietor of Sign-A-Rama on Bank Street in New London, said construction has already begun on the facility at 960 Bank St., directly behind his current business and across from the local Coca-Cola distribution center.
The new facility will be called New London Self Storage and is independently owned and operated, said Goldstein, who has owned Sign-A-Rama for the past six years. Goldstein is also the former owner of the popular Goldy's restaurant that was located on Colman Street in New London.
Once completed, the self-storage complex will include climate-controlled units, keypad entry, a security gate and perimeter fencing and video surveillance. The business also expects to offer climate-controlled automobile bays that could be used to store classic-era automobiles.
For information, call (860) 442-0008 or visit www.nlselfstorage.com.
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