It’s a toy box on a grand scale, a facility designed to not just store such oversized “toys” as boats, RVs and vintage roadsters but enhance enjoyment of them and even show them off.
The first Toy Barn opened 10 years ago to meet demand from downsizing homeowners and people who just wanted more space for their “toys.” Toy Barn has three locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix, and a new one in Chandler broke ground in December that will offer 66 units ranging from 1,000 to 3,000 square feet over three buildings, with a similar project planned in north Phoenix.
“We are excited to be able to offer these two areas unique options for storage,” says Jason Phillips co-owner and founder of The Toy Barn. “We know partnering with Brycon is going to help produce top-quality construction and keep us on track for opening next fall.”
Each Toy Barn has a beautifully designed clubhouse with lounge seating, kitchen space and communal gathering areas for socializing or private events helping to promote bonding the community. Standard features of each unit include minimum 18-foot ceilings and heavy-duty garage doors, with opportunities for personalization such as added lofted space and built-in kitchens.
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