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Murphy Brothers erects self-storage building in Mamaroneck

Owners of Murphy Brothers Contracting Inc. have begun construction of a 40,000-square-foot self-storage facility on their headquarters property in the village of Mamaroneck.

Brothers and business partners Christopher and Sean Murphy recently were joined by business leaders and government officials at a groundbreaking ceremony for Mamaroneck Self-Storage, an approximately $3 million project incorporating green construction standards at 416 Waverly Ave. The facility is expected to be fully operational by Labor Day weekend next year.

Company officials said the development was planned to meet a community need for additional storage space due to the buying and selling of homes and residential downsizing and as an alternative to costly office space.  “We’ve been planning this facility for five years,” Sean Murphy said in a press release.

Joining the Sept. 4 celebration were state Assemblyman Steven Otis; Mamaroneck Mayor Norman Rosenblum and village trustees Louis Santoro and Andres Bermudez-Hallstrom; Rose Silvestro, first vice president and Mamaroneck branch manager at Hudson Valley Bank; John Ravitz, executive vice president of The Business Council of Westchester; William M. Mooney III, Westchester County director of economic development; and Deputy County Executive Kevin Plunkett.

Plunkett lauded the 35-year-old, 45-employee construction company as “an economic engine, committed to Westchester, giving back to the community.” On behalf of Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino, he presented the Murphys a proclamation declaring Sept. 4 as Murphy Brothers Contracting Recognition Day in Westchester County.

The project architect is Kimberly T. Martelli of KTM Architect in New Rochelle. The company’s green-project consultant is Steven Winter Associates Inc. in Norwalk, Conn.

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