Kokes Properties, Harvestate Group and Winslow Township Officials Lead Grand Opening
WINSLOW, NJ – Move-in is official at the new 78,500 square foot Extra Space Storage facility at 300 Sicklerville Road in Winslow Township, New Jersey. Winslow Township Mayor Barry Wright, Extra Space Storage at Winslow owners Michael J. Kokes of Kokes Properties and Steve Patron of Harvestate Group celebrated the grand opening January 31.
General contracting firm ARCO Design/Build Industrial facilitated construction and delivery of the township’s newest commercial ratable. Since groundbreaking last July, ARCO led a smooth buildout resulting in on-time and under budget completion of the Extra Space Storage facility.
“On behalf of Winslow Township, we thank Kokes Properties and Harvestate Group for contributions to our community. The grand opening of this project is a testament to their superior business leadership and responsible corporate citizenship. We also thank the hard-working tradesmen and women who played a vital role in bringing this project to completion,” said Mayor Wright.
“We’re confident that Extra Space at Winslow will meet the storage needs of local businesses and residents throughout the area. Extra Space’s management team prides itself on delivering a high-quality customer service experience at its facilities across the country, and we are confident that this location will deliver, too,” said Michael J. Kokes, founder and president of Kokes Properties. Also attending the event were Clark McIntyre, Kokes’ vice president of operations, Chris Patron of Harvestate Group and project partner John Kirkenir of Kirkenir Associates.
Steve Patron, Managing Member of Harvestate, praised the support received from Winslow Township during the entitlement and construction periods as well as the capability of ARCO. “It takes a great team to bring a state-of-the-art facility such as this to fruition in less than a year. Today, Winslow Township has a new community asset and ratable.”
Conveniently situated along Sicklerville Road, the facility meshes well with the Sicklerville section of Winslow Township and is positioned near dozens of area businesses and residential communities. The gated property is staffed by two employees and can be accessed by storage space renters during operating hours.
“Extra Space Storage is delighted to be managing this new Class A property. Our brand and operating platform are well-equipped to provide a high level of service to the South Jersey region,” said Dylan Taylor, Extra Space’s senior manager of third-party management.
Founded in 1977, Extra Space Storage (NYSE: EXR) is the second largest operator of self-storage facilities in the United States. Today, the company owns or manages more than 1,800 self-storage properties totaling 137 million rentable square feet at its sites.
To inquire about storage unit availability at Extra Space Storage at Winslow, please call 609‑658‑6004.
About Kokes Properties
Kokes Properties turns untapped land potential into thriving real estate assets by prioritizing the impact and longevity of its developments. Michael J. Kokes is a third-generation real estate developer who aims to meet new market demands while honoring the principles and reputation established by his grandfather and father. Kokes Properties’ purpose and success are aligned with its customers, trade and business partners, staff and government officials. To learn more, visit https://www.kokesproperties.com.
About Harvestate Group
Harvestate Group is spearheaded by three industry-leading, award-winning professionals with over 80 years of combined real estate financing, investments, planning and redevelopment expertise. Collectively, they have supervised, negotiated or secured over $1.3 billion in real estate transactions. Their financing, accounting and legal backgrounds uniquely qualify them to identify and capitalize on unrealized opportunities that create value and drive revenue. Based in New Jersey, the bulk of their investments reside in the Garden State, as well as surrounding urban centers in the northeast. To learn more, visit http://www.harvestate.com.