Sentry Self Storage celebrates reopening in Midtown Miami

Sentry Self Storage celebrates reopening in Midtown Miami

Pictured (l-r) are William Plasencia, senior staff, Office of Miami District 2 Commissioner Mark D. Sarnoff; Ceci Velasco, COO and executive vice president, Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce; Rick Yonis, president, Sentry Self Storage Management; Kimberly Rosemurgy, self storage asset manager, Rosemurgy Properties; Dario Cruz, property manager, Sentry Self Storage; Nic DeSiato, CFO, Rosemurgy Properties; AlexRosemurgy, CEO, Rosemurgy Properties, and Norman Schulman, CEO,Sentry Self Storage Management.

Sentry Self Storage in Midtown Miami, 3300 NE Second Ave., celebrated the completion of a $1 million renovation to the 58,000-square-foot facility with more than 660 units at a grand reopening and ribbon-cutting event on May 8.

Guests enjoyed appetizers from Sakaya Kitchen’s Dim Ssam a Gogo and music by salsa jazz band Cachi while witnessing the cracking of the antique safe which revealed nothing inside. The joint venture of Sentry Self Storage Management and Rosemurgy Properties also announced the donation of a $5,000 scholarship to benefit the Miami International University of Art & Design. A summer class of students will design and produce three murals on the east wall of Sentry Self Storage to further the beautification of the Midtown area.

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