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Atlanta firm will re-purpose former Henrietta Circuit City (access required)

The former Circuit City store in Henrietta will soon become an $11 million self-storage village. Atlanta-based Stein Investment Group has purchased the building and will add a mezzanine and additional build-out to create a 79,000-square-foot self-storage facility along Marketplace Drive and Hylan Drive. Stein Investment Group — through a newly created limited liability company of SIG 1575 Marketplace ...

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