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LAKE HAVASU CITY – Riverbound Storage Management, LLC will soon commence construction of a new concept in storage.

The new concept will combine a man-cave style storage facility, RV park, and recreation amenities. The 160-acre project is located on Hwy. 95, 10 minutes north of Lake Havasu City near Havasu Heights. A groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 1 of the development is set for Nov. 10 with this first phase expected to be completed by in 2019 - 2020.

The complex will also cater to off-roaders as the tract is nestled in a sea of BLM land and is adjacent to Old Hwy. 95. It will address the needs of a new breed of RV and boat enthusiasts that want to store their vehicles, toys, and trailers nearby.

Riverbound Custom Storage & RV will include hundreds of self-storage units. It is planned to incorporate a general store, coin-op Laundromat, wash station, fuel station, and provisions for sewage disposal. There will be a swimming pool and spa, golf driving range, tennis court, basketball court, kid’s park, and a dog exercise area. “Our goal is to provide several recreational opportunities at Riverbound for everyone to enjoy, including children and pets,” said project developer Ryan Rodney.

Each 18x50 insulated, air conditioned storage unit will be free-standing and constructed of pre-fabricated steel with capacity for a full size motor home as well as an area for a personal work bench and car lift. Adjacent to each unit is a concrete RV pad with permanent awning, covered parking space, a sewer connection, and a utilities pedestal with electricity and water. A members-only VIP concierge service will be available for on-call towing, fuel, launching, mobile mechanic, and detailing. “We think it will be more convenient for folks to spend the time relaxing with their friends and family, instead of doing all of the clean up that typically follows a memorable time on the water,” Rodney concluded.

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