DAYTONA BEACH, FL—DXD Capital, a private equity investor and self-storage developer, recently revealed the opening of a brand new, class A storage facility within a Qualified Opportunity Zone in Daytona Beach, FL. The firm's Drew Dolan, principal and fund manager, tells that Daytona has seen an influx of migration from other cities both in Florida and along the eastern seaboard with the largest movements coming from Orlando, Miami, and New York.

This particular facility has two single-story buildings consisting of 731 individual storage units totaling 63,650 net rentable square feet located at 2078 Old Kings Rd. It will feature drive-up and interior climate-controlled units and 45 parking spaces for vehicles such as RVs and boats. Public Storage will manage this facility, DC served as the general contractor, and Century Bank was the construction lender.

The property was acquired in January 2023 through DXD's second fund, DXD Self Storage Fund II, which launched in June 2022 and has since invested in seven self-storage projects and one seven-facility acquisition across the United States.

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