With many residents in Downtown Columbus living in smaller spaces with limited storage, the new 73,000+ square foot building helps meet the growing demand for close, accessible, and safe storage.
Located on the corner of Long and Young streets, the five-story self-storage facility is also home to retail spaces, office units, and more. The Tri-Village Self Storage Facility is the first building of its kind in Downtown Columbus, Ohio.
The exterior of the Tri-Village Self Storage Facility features a two-story brick and stone storefront design along the prominent corner of Long and Young streets. A ground-level, glass storefront, and canvas awnings highlight the main building entrance.
The exterior wall design also uses a series of vertical and horizontal Exterior Insulation Finish System (EIFS) bands, cornice elements, and glazing elements to break-down the size and scale of the five-story building mass.
The main façade along East Long Street features a glass curtain wall system to highlight the upper level storage units. A similar curtain wall system is also incorporated into each stair tower and at the ends of the upper level corridors.
The Tri-Village storage facility was constructed under the collaboration of ms consultants, inc., Brexton, LLC, and Edwards Companies.
ms provided the architectural design and assisted in the design and coordination of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection engineering.