Boston Seaport Self Storage

The Project

Conroy Development commissioned Group One Partners, a prominent northeast architectural firm, to design a 100,000-square-foot modern self-storage facility in Boston’s Seaport District. Led by Antonino Donato AIA, LEED AP, the design team created Boston Seaport Self Storage, a 4-story facility with almost 1,000 units of self-storage space that are equipped with state-of-the-art technology, secure access, and a climate controlled environment.

Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Optimo & KarrierPanel

Standout Benefits

Kingspan’s Optimo insulated metal panel was specified to enclose the Boston Seaport Self Storage for two primary reasons. To withstand the often-frigid Boston weather, the energy performance of the selected cladding had to be excellent. Design flexibility was also of prime importance to make this facility stand out in comparison to the many conventional self-storage structures already operating in this market. To give a structure that standout ‘wow’ factor, the impressive appearance of Optimo greatly increases a building’s curb appeal.


The Look of Success

The KarrierPanel barrier wall system is a much more time efficient alternative to traditional, multi-part facade systems. It allows a structure to be quickly enclosed to ensure air and water tightness. Conroy Development was able to achieve its goal of constructing a building with many sustainable features that would supersede any other self-storage business in Boston. Today, with Kingspan IMPs, Boston Seaport Self Storage does indeed stand out in comparison to other self-storage facilities in appearance, and thermal performance.

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