The facility serves the communities of Auburn, Burlingame and Pauline
March 16, 2020: TopCity Sports & Storage has opened a mixed-use project in Topeka, Kan., that currently offers self-storage units and will eventually also feature an indoor-sports facility.
TopCity Sports & Storage has opened a new facility in Topeka, Kansas, that currently offers self-storage units and will eventually also feature an indoor-sports facility. The phase one of the project include a temperature-controlled storage space, is now open. The Sports component will be built as a second phase. The company plans to target local sport teams, marketing the complex as a place where coaches can hold practices and store equipment.
The self storage property is located at 4600 S. Topeka Boulevard. The facility will use an electronic smart-entry system from Janus International. The system allows customers to access the property and their individual self-storage units using their smartphones.
TopCity believes the system’s digital key-sharing feature is perfect for sports-team users.
“The goal of our unique site plan is that coaches and teammates can come to TopCity and store their equipment in the climate-controlled units. With the advanced technology, coaches will be able to share keys with others on the team, then come to our indoor sports complex to hold practice and put equipment back into units. This means coaches don’t have to lug around all the equipment. We are excited for our indoor turf facility to come to fruition in the near future.” Said.by Company officials.
TopCity self storage offers drive-up and temperature-controlled self-storage as well as parking for boats, cars and RVs. It has some other facilities like 24-hour access, upgraded security and online billpay,etc. The site is only four miles from Washburn University.