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October 3, 2009

Bouyea Bakery building finds new use

OFFICE HOURS


Lucenda Self Storage is located at 290 Margaret St., Plattsburgh.



The office will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.



More information is available by visiting the Web site www.lucenda



components.com and clicking on the storage tab.

PLATTSBURGH — The former Bouyea Bakery building will soon reopen as a climate-controlled self- storage facility.

Lucenda Self-Storage co-owner Pierre Tremblay said he hopes to open for business Nov. 1.

Already, 125 storage units have been installed in the building's main level. An additional 75 units are expected to be built in the basement sometime in November.

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Lori and Mark Allen of Lee Custom Homes II will be the managers.

"We started to renovate this for Pierre in March," Mrs. Allen said.

She said Tremblay, being a visionary, decided the best way to market the building would be by locating a successful business in it. He researched the climate-controlled self-storage idea at a trade show last year.

The installed storage units were purchased from a company in Florida, which delivered them by tractor trailer and put them in.

The temperature in the storage units will be kept at 50 degrees or higher in winter, Mrs. Allen said, and 80 degrees or lower in summer.

Units range from 5 feet by 5 feet to 10 feet by 20 feet. The first-floor units are 8 feet high, while those in the basement will be 7 feet high.

The former warehouse area is being used to store motor homes, boats and cars for this year. Room exists for another 115 storage units there, if there's demand, Mrs. Allen said.

SECURITY SYSTEM

Customers will have 24-hour access to their space seven days a week, with a private access code to enter the building.

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