Pearland, Texas - On July 28, 2017 GreenSpace Holdings broke ground on their first ever self-storage development utilizing their international patent-pending designs.  The three-story

Class A facility will feature over 1,000 climate-controlled storage units ranging in size from 25 sf to over 300 sf.  Built using about 320 surplus shipping containers, this is believed to be the first-of-its-kind facility in the world.

Members of GreenSpace Holding Management were on hand as well as members of the design/build contractor,TMS Contractors, LLCbased in Houston, Texas and Noble Alix ofTexas Citizens Bankin Nassau Bay, Texas.  Texas Citizens Bank provided project finance.

Construction is expected to be finished in early Q1 2018 and is expected to take 6 months.  This truly "green" facility will also utilize another "green" feature, which is new to Pearland - a Low Impact Detention System for storm water.  This "green" detention system uses pervious pavers to migrate storm water to the city's storm water outflow.  The design features a 250 foot long landcaped section of the property featuring a bio-swail with river bottom rock, located between the facility and the apartment complex to the northeast.

Matt Burk, CEO of Fairway America and his team were instrumental in assisting GSH in the development of the project.  "This project simply could not have happened withoutFairway America'sinvolvement", said David Ledoux.  He added, "We couldn't have a better partner on this project."

Final rendering by tms contractors, llc

GSH Breaks Ground on site in Pearland, Texas

GreenSpace holdings' first ever development ground-breaking in Pearland, Texas. Pictured left to right - David Cannaliato of TMS Contractors, Stefan Knieling of TMS Contractors, David Ledoux, Rick Stockton, Noble Alix from Texas Citizens Bank, Scott McClary