S.R. Perott in Ormond Beach

Andy Clark made it in the business section of the Daytona Beach News-Journal in recent weeks as the buyer of the old S.R. Perott building in Ormond Beach.


Buyer found for old S.R. Perrott site: Ex-beverage distribution center on Granada could become All Aboard Storage center

Vacant warehouse on Granada could become All Aboard Storage

The owner of a Port Orange-based chain of self-service storage centers has agreed to purchase the former S.R. Perrott beverage distribution center property off Granada Boulevard.

The purchase, which is pending city approval of a request to rezone the property, is for two adjoining parcels totaling 3.4 acres on the north side of West Granada Boulevard, on the west side of North Perrott Drive, just east of the railroad tracks.

The property includes a 40,000-square-foot warehouse that was vacated by S.R. Perrott last year after its operations were moved into a new 90,000-square-foot complex along U.S. 1, as well as an attached two-story 6,000-square-foot office building that fronts Granada and that continues to serve as headquarters for the beverage distribution company.

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Climate Controlled vs. Non-Climate Controlled Storage

Climate Controlled vs Non-Climate Controlled Storage

What is the difference between a climate controlled storage unit vs non-climate controlled storage unit?

Depending on where you are in the country, the temperature inside a storage unit can vary greatly whether it’s extremely cold outside like up north or very hot outside like us here in Florida. This isn’t an issue if you’re storing things that aren’t affected by the heat or cold, but some items might be ruined or degraded over time if they’re exposed to the extremes. Continue reading Climate Controlled vs. Non-Climate Controlled Storage