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Ocean Storage Coming to Newport News

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NEWPORT NEWS—Ocean Storage will be branching out to Newport News with a new facility located at 12994 Nettles Dr. Ocean Storage is expected to open during the fourth quarter of 2022. The company currently has self-storage facilities in Virginia Beach, Yorktown, Norfolk, Chesapeake, and Cape Charles. Other new locations are expected to follow.

Ocean Storage is a leading provider of self-storage solutions, offering secure, modern facilities with competitive pricing. Its storage experts work closely with individual and business customers to tailor solutions to meet individual customer needs.

Part of its operating model is to run the facilities as retail stores. Each facility is designed as a full-service, one-stop-shop equipped to deliver a complete menu of storage offerings, including boxes, packing material, packing tape, and even U-Haul vans and trucks to help make moving easier. Ocean Storage also offers a wide variety of storage space sizes to choose from including temperature-controlled units as well as contact-free rentals.

For additional information on options available at each location, visit the Ocean Storage website at

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