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CHICAGO—Self-storage buildings have mushroomed across the country since the 1970′s. That stupendous growth has many questioning when institutional investors will give the sector the same attention, and money, allocated to burgeoning sectors like student housing or medical office buildings.

“Self-storage has been such a proven commodity year-after-year,” says Marc A. Boorstein, a principal of MJ Partners Real Estate Services. As reported in this week’s GlobeSt.com, the Chicago-based firm recently released its “Self Storage Market Overview, First Quarter 2013,” an analysis of self-storage companies’ recent earnings results, operations performance and trends within the industry.

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