Self Storage Brunswick GA

Rarely do you find one company that offers all types and sizes of commercial property rentals. Whether you are looking to rent Personal Storage space or Large Industrial Warehouses, there exists 1 company in Brunswick Georgia that provides it all. Hartridge Rentals is a family run business that has been providing Mini Storage, Storefronts, Office Space and Warehouses for rent for 50 years.

The economy in Brunswick is vibrant and charged by several key components. The Port of Brunswick forms a vital part of the city’s economy. It is recognized as one of the most productive ports on the East Coast and is the sixth-busiest automobile port in the United States. The port is operated by the Georgia Ports Authority and features four separate terminals: Colonel’s Island RoRo, Colonel’s Island Agri-bulk, Mayor’s Point, and Marine Port. Mayor’s Point is the only terminal located within the city. The Colonel’s Island and Marine Port terminals are located southwest of the city.

The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), a large agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security, is headquartered in Glynco, north of the city. A study conducted by Georgia Tech identified FLETC as the largest employer in Glynn County; it was further determined that FLETC’s annual localized economic impact is in excess of $600 million.

Southeast Georgia Health System is the largest private employer in Brunswick. Other major employers in Brunswick include King & Prince SeafoodGSI Commerce, Pinova and Gulfstream AerospaceWood pulp is produced by the Georgia-Pacific mill in Brunswick. The mill, which has been in operation since 1937, has the capability to produce over 800,000 metric tons of cellulose each year. Additionally, it is the largest single-site fluff production facility in the world. Hercules, a manufacturer and marketer of chemical specialties, operates a production facility on the north side of Brunswick. Jet aircraft manufacturer Gulfstream Aerospace also has a presence at the city’s airport.

Tourism is the single largest industry in the city and the county. Brunswick and the Golden Isles are a year-round resort community. The islands’ beaches, resorts, shops, and historic sites annually attract visitors from around the world. President George W. Bush hosted the G8 summit in 2004 on Sea Island.

Each of these economic drivers generate the need for all sorts and sizes of commercial space. Whether it’s employees needing Brunswick GA climate controlled personal storage (also known as mini storage)  or a mill needing a large industrial warehouse for rent, Hartridge Rentals is the commercial property company to call. They currently have Brunswick GA Storefronts for rent and Brunswick Georgia office space available. Looking for an Air Conditioned Warehouse in Jesup GA? Hartridge Rentals has Jesup Warehouse space as well.

St. Simons Island, GA warehouse space is available at Hartridge Rentals as well. St. Simons Island is one of Georgia‘s renowned Golden Isles (along with Sea IslandJekyll Island, and privately owned Little St. Simons Island). It is also the largest of the Golden Isles. After being cultivated by English colonists for rice and cotton plantations worked by large populations of African slaves, who created the unique Gullah culture, the island since the early 20th century has been developed as a resort community. Much of the island remains marsh or woodland. It has many seasonal residents, as well as a steady base of year-round residents. Many of the residents have settled here after retiring in other parts of Georgia or the United States. Call Hartridge Rentals for St. Simons Island GA Self Storage spaces. Area Code Nine One Two 638-2297.

 

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