CubeSmart is looking to bring another self-storage facility to the Town of Vienna.
The town’s Board of Architectural Review will review the application during its work session tomorrow (Friday) morning.
According to town documents, the proposed four-story facility would occupy 125,000 square feet at 223 Mill Street NE — near a current facility at 300 Mill Street NE.
Elsewhere around the area, CubeSmart is located in Tysons (1764 Old Meadow Lane), Falls Church (6875 Lee Hwy) and Merrifield (2950 Gallows Road).
Image via Town of Vienna
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