Cascade Self Storage, based in Novato, California, is opening a storage building complex at 1910 NE Diamond Lake Blvd. Roseburg. A sign in front of the property indicates the storage facility will open this fall to provide 730 rentable storage units.

Construction is underway by Victory Builders of Roseburg, C Weavers’ Construction of Roseburg and Jordan Architects of San Clemente, California. Construction began earlier this year and is expected to be completed in the spring of 2018.

The owners chose to open a facility in Roseburg because they expect the community to grow over the next several years, according to David Meinecke, vice president of Jordan Architects.

“They believe there is a need for storage in the area and hope to fulfill the immediate demand as well as be a staple in the community for years to come,” Meinecke said. “Our client supports veterans, local schools and community charities.”

The owners of Cascade Self Storage own and operate all their facilities and use local contractors whenever possible, and on-site managers live on each property in an attached residence.

According to the Douglas County Assessor’s Office, the 3.82-acre property has an assessed value of $439,913.

The Douglas County Building Department issued permits to Cascade Self Storage and Victory Builders on Jan. 25. The company paid $5,182 to cover permit fees for Storage Building A and a living space, $1,672 for Storage Unit Building B, $51,533 for Storage Unit Building C, $11,072 for Storage Unit Building D and $4,267 for Storage Unit Building E.

There are currently two other Cascade Self Storage centers in Roseburg, one at 1011 Narregan St. and the other at 2562 W. Main St.

Reporter Emily Hoard can be reached at 541-957-4217 or Or follow her on Twitter @hoard_emily.

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Emily Hoard is the business, outdoors and natural resources reporter for The News-Review. She can be reached at 541-957-4217 or by email at Follow her on Twitter @hoard_emily.

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It is sad when people have to rent space to store their stuff. If you haven't used it in the last few years get rid of it. Gift it to someone who will use it. It isn't doing anyone any good sitting in a storage unit rotting. Have we as a society become so selfish that we can't even get rid of unused stuff or are we becoming a nation of hoarders?

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