New Five-Story Self-Storage Facility Coming to Albany Park

5251 N Kedzie Avenue5251 N Kedzie Avenue via Google Maps

A new five-story climate-controlled self-storage facility is set to rise at 5251 N Kedzie Avenue in Albany Park, thanks to permits recently issued to Chicago Kedzie Self Storage LLC. The develop’s architect has been listed as Mark Sullivan, and is set to include an accessory office, will feature a type II-A construction, and will be fully sprinklered.

The facility will be accessible via several public transit options, including bus service for Routes 81, 82, and 93, all available within a 10-minute walk. The nearest CTA stations are the Kimball station serviced by the Brown Line and the Lawrence station serviced by the Red Line, both accessible via Routes 81 and 82.

Level Construction will lead the build as general contractor, at a cost of $150,000. As of now, no completion date has been announced.

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7 Comments on "New Five-Story Self-Storage Facility Coming to Albany Park"

  1. You can never have too many storage facilities, especially for cars. We need 1000 more of these.

  2. Dear site administrator – I am guessing that the above post wasn’t made by the original Union Made. Even if it was, there seem to be more trolls on this site lately, who are either impersonating people or just have nothing constructive to say. If you are monitoring this, please address troll infestation. Thanks.

    • Are you really tattling about somebody (possibly) trolling on a blurb about a storage facility? Are you the guy who calls the cops on the neighbors when their hedges grow too high?

    • Well said, Man Friday! Threaten that you’re gonna go to Urbanize as your EXCLUSIVE source of info. That’ll clean things up!

  3. In fairness, the fake UnionMades comments are at least as constructive as the infantile complaining the original UnionMade would say.

  4. Doubt that anyone will be using public transportation to take their stuff to/fro a storage facility.

  5. Akilah Battarbee | February 24, 2023 at 1:19 am | Reply

    Dear administrator, Thanks for the great post!

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