Downtown Self Storage Opens up For All Startups In Huntsville
In a little placed down in Huntsville, a Downtown Self Storage has agreed to sublease six ground floor units and are allowing them to be used for startup business to help in lure entrepreneurs to the downtown area and appeal as a incubator for up and coming retailer companies. The units have been leased to Downtown Huntersville Inc. an organization that has committed itself into diverging itself and bring in sustainable business to nearby regions.
This little project has been called the Clinton Row Project and has been finalized to officially open up in March 1st.
David Johnston the current facility owner had loved the idea behind the subleasing and was immediately approached by the people of Downtown Huntsville. The man fully believes that incubators business need some fresh blooded professionals to move into the area. ” This used to be one of the prime retail streets in the city”. he said.
The facilities for the project will be at Jefferson street and Clinton Avenue, project tenants who wish to have a subleased to them will have to pay around $100 per month for a sized 10-by-10-foot unit and will be allowed to set the interior space in any way they see fit.
“It gives local, small business entrepreneurs an opportunity to test whether their retail concept can be successful in an urban, walkable setting like downtown,” said Chad Emerson, CEO of Downtown Huntsville.
Currently signed tenants feature All-N-One Health, a selling of natural health products as well as exercise items. Another to add to the list would be a local artist by the name of Christina Wegman, who shall be selling her own original works. liveEASY is another artist but with handcrafted arts and goods, and finally Woodtech, who offer custom woodworkings.
The other two units will feature a designer clothing boutique named Posh Couture, and A Hunstville themed merchandise seller named The Rocket Shoppe.
All six businesses will open on Saturday, March 1, with a grand-opening celebration planned for early April.