Clutter expands to New Jersey

NEWARK, N.J. — Valet self-storage is coming to several cities in New Jersey, including Newark, Jersey City, Edison and Woodbridge Township, courtesy of the app-based Clutter. This expansion, which also includes several areas of New York, follows previous growth in California.

The company has received more than $3.3 million in investment in recent months to help fund expansion. The addition of New York is in line with the company’s model of offering pickup and delivery services to storage customers in dense urban areas, and marks the company’s first indication of a national expansion plan, according to a press release.

“In densely populated cities like New York, dealing with storage can be a real challenge,” said Brian Thomas, founder and CEO. “With our entry into the market, Clutter will be changing the paradigm, providing a modern and accessible alternative [to traditional self-storage]. We guarantee our customers an intuitive process, a full visual inventory and easy access to their belongings.”

The New York City market has been a hot market for valet-storage businesses in the last two years. There are at least four other valet-storage operators with service in the metropolitan area including Box Butler, Boxbee Inc., MakeSpace Labs Inc. and RedBin.

Source: Indieselfstorage

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