Stuf Storage Expands to Boston With New Downtown Location
Stuf, a self-storage startup, has announced its expansion to Boston. The company collaborates with property owners to convert underutilized spaces in commercial buildings into storage spaces, generating additional income for landlords and providing safe storage solutions for the local community.
Stuf also expanded its partnership with Jamestown, a real estate investment and management firm headquartered in Atlanta, from Georgetown Park in Washington DC to Boston, according to Katharine Lau, CEO and co-founder of Stuf. “…this expanding partnership is validation that our tech-enabled storage enables them to better serve tenants while generating a new cash flow stream,” said Lau.
The company’s downtown location opened in March 2023 in a 12-story office building at 18 Tremont St (also called 37 Court Square). Stuf now operates a national network spanning seven metro areas, including Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Atlanta, Boston, Seattle, and Washington, DC.