The new Stor-Age facility in Table View sees the company leading the way in self-storage while keeping things eco-friendly at the same time. Conveniently situated at the intersection of Blaauwberg and Koeberg Roads, the R62 million new development comprises over 800 self-storage units and is a welcome addition to the West Coast region.


Through innovative and cutting edge design, Stor-Age Table View is aiming to keep its carbon footprint as low as possible. The facility makes use of permeable paving – an environmentally sensitive approach which allows for storm water to be cleansed and recharged before leaving site. The building is also using LED light fittings on all floors to achieve electricity savings of up to 80%. LED lights last up to six times longer than other energy-saving tubes and they don’t contain harmful elements such as mercury and lead which standard light fittings do.

Stor-Age CEO Gavin Lucas says ‘The new Stor-Age Table View branch is the first of its kind in the self-storage industry to employ such eco-friendly measures. We see it as part of our corporate social responsibility to ensure our stores obtain to international standards when it comes to infrastructure that supports the environment.’

In addition to adding value to the area with the eco-friendly new development, Stor-Age has also upgraded the site which formerly housed the infamous Killarney Hotel – a landmark which residents were pleased to say goodbye to. The facility is central to a number of areas including Milnerton, Table View, Parklands, Sunningdale, Blaauwberg, West Beach, Big Bay, Montague, Killarney Gardens and Century City.

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