Luxury Wine Storage Opens In Portland
Wine storage in Portland, Oregon just got a little more luxurious. Rick McClish, a developer from California, has invested $3.8 million in a luxury wine storage facility. Rose City Self Storage & Wine Vaults has 849 storage units with a full basement of climate-controlled wine lockers. The area includes a community tasting room. Lockers range in size from eight cases to over 500 cases and they have vaults available for larger collections. The individually alarmed French oak lockers are backed by steel. Wines can be shipped directly to the facility.
The Oregonian reports that things are also luxurious upstairs to protect the rest of your valuables. The upper floors are carpeted and feature replicas of Southeast Portland street signs and there is a state-of-the art security system. The business opened in October. The building was originally built in 1921 as the Jones Cash Stores, an outfitter for gold miners. McClish restored the building and it is now listed as a historic building by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.