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Old 11-23-2011, 11:13 AM
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Not sure what the demand is for this type of storage space but if you find yourself in the market for individual ownership of a climate controlled quality constructed place to escape to or keep your toys you ought to consider Hyde Park now offering units in Daytona Beach.

I own a 20' x 55' here just outside of Charlotte & its the best purchase I've ever made. Allows me to boat year round as well as tinker, clean whatever regardless of the weather. Space like this is hard to come by let alone the fact that I own it & it's individually climate controlled.

Some purchase as investments & make theirs available for lease so that may be an option for the guy who isn't interested in owning.

A few pics of mine before & after as well as some links to Hyde Parks Website. I chose to carpet mine over epoxy floors & had it upfitted w/ a loft & full bath so I can stay there when need be.

http://www.hydeparkstoragesuites.com/index.html

http://www.hydeparkstoragesuites.com/pdf/ Sizes & Pricing

http://www.hydeparkstoragesuites.com/pdf/ Other Custom Units

http://www.hydeparkstoragesuites.com/media.html Video of Ultimate Mancave
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Sweet! Beats the hell out of my 12' x 36' gravel floored storage unit.
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Very Cool.....
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Jay,

Don't be discouraged by the size of mine they offer larger units for guys like you w/ all their camera equipment & years of archive files!

Great seeing you in KW even though it was brief!
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That looks great. I know of something similar in Minnesota that is specifically for cars but the spaces can be customized however you want.

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man thats awesome! i noticed you have a hose in there. does the carpet have drainage or how does that work?
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man thats awesome! i noticed you have a hose in there. does the carpet have drainage or how does that work?
They all have a hose bib & recessed cleanout tied into the sewer for waste pump out (specifically located in the corner so it could be utilized for the toilet & bathroom drains).

I do not have a central located drain so I use the hose when I wash outside then back inside for drying out of the heat & or cold.
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That is sweet. I like it!
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