The following article first appeared in the North Bay Business Journal:
Construction has wrapped on the first phase of a south Napa self-storage facility aimed at local vintners and collectors of luxury art and vehicles, and about half the newly built commercial condominiums already are reserved.
Twenty-four of the 43 units in the first three buildings finished at the Napa Vault project in October already have been reserved, according to the development’s website. Altogether, the project, located at 1055 Soscol Ferry Road just southwest of the intersection of Highway 29 and the Napa Vallejo Highway, is approved for 124 units in 11 buildings plus a clubhouse.
Most of the buyers are local vintners looking to store their libraries or high-end automobiles, according to Laura Duffy, who leads the JLL leasing team for the project
“I’m blown away by the number of high-end car collectors in the area who have run out of space at home in the garage,” Duffy said.