The Lock Up Storage is a Class A Institutional Grade storage facility consisting of 34,747 Net Rentable Square Feet with 260 climate controlled, document storage, and RV units. The facility was a conversion project that opened in April of 2018 and as of December 31, 2018 was 60% Physically Occupied. The property features a fully fenced and secured perimeter, automatic security doors, contains a large leasing office, and offers modern amenities to its Recreation Vehicle storage customers. The Lockup is easy to find and access from any location in Odessa, TX. You’ll find us at 2460 E 8th St Near Sewell Ford. The facility is easily accessible from Highway 80 and I-20, making it a convenient destination for residents and businesses of Odessa, Arcade, Gardendale, Midland, and the surrounding communities. The Lock Up Storage’s proximity to the University of Texas of the Permian Basin makes it an excellent solution for students facing cramped housing.
The Lock Up Storage is located at 2460 E. 8th Street in Odessa, TX, a major East/West Commercial Corridor on the South quadrant of the city. Odessa, TX is the principal city of the Odessa Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Ector County. The city is also a component of the larger Midland-Odessa combined statistical area which had a recent census population of over 400,000 people. A recent Forbes business article ranked Odessa, TX as the third-fastest growing small city in the United States.
Historically, the Odessa economy has been primarily driven by the area’s oil and gas industry, fluctuating in responses to rising and falling crude oil prices. Many of the city’s largest employers are oilfield supply companies and petrochemical processing companies. In recent years, city leaders have begun to decrease the city’s reliance on the oil and gas industry to moderate the boom-bust cycle and develop greater economic sustainability. The community’s efforts to gradually diversify away from the oil and gas sector have led to a growing role in the logistics industry, using the city’s location along the major road and rail links through West Texas. Odessa has become a home to major retail distribution centers such as Family Dollar and Coca-Cola. Other economic diversification includes wind farms, a new coal mitigation plan run by Summit Power, and plans are being finalized for a new nuclear power plant to be run in conjunction with the nuclear engineering department at University of Texas of the Permian Basin, called High Temperature Teaching and Test Reactor.