BUFFALO—Sovran Self Storage Inc. said Monday it had acquired an additional 1.3 million square feet of self storage facilities in eight separate transactions totaling $130 million. Sixteen of the facilities were purchased by SSS for a total of $96 million, while the remaining three were acquired for Sovran HHF Storage Holdings LLC, a joint venture in which the Buffalo-based REIT owns a 20% interest.

All 19 properties are located in markets where SSS, which operates under the Uncle Bob’s brand, already has a presence. They include seven facilities in New Jersey, seven in the St. Louis metro area and one each in metro New York City, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Chicago and San Antonio.

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