ONE SECTOR PUTS A NEW SPIN ON STORAGE

Written on the 30 July 2016 by Gold Coast Business News

ONE SECTOR PUTS A NEW SPIN ON STORAGE

STORAGE units have been given a makeover like never before.

It's common knowledge now that every man needs a man cave, but One Sector recognised that maybe some need more than just one.

The company built Prestige Strata Units at Arundel to address this growing need, and because of delivering on point, has won the Industrial Building up to $5 million Award.

The project was built for The Nick Ray Group and the contract was valued at $1.4 million.

"The development offers high-end storage solutions," says One Sector managing director Nick Ray.

"The overall concept of storage provided with additional facilities, an undercover driveway and on gated premises was very popular. It clearly met a gap in the market, as evidenced by the rapid sales rate of the units in response to the unique 'man cave' approach to marketing."

Prestige Strata Units is a block of 18 concrete tilt panel units with high ceilings and mezzanine floors purpose-built to provide a superior storage solution.

The extra facilities Ray refers to include a communal shower, change room and toilets, as well as a car, caravan or boat wash bay.

The units, separately metered for power, even come complete with Foxtel-ready connectivity.

Ray says that with the facility being open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the units really fit the tagline 'your space, your way, your mancave'.

Ray says some purchasers are investing to store their big boy toys, everything from cars to boats, while others are buying to operate their own businesses from.


Author: Gold Coast Business News

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