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Why NYC Restaurant Owners Need to Consider Self-Storage During COVID-19

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The coronavirus pandemic has been a very difficult time for New York City’s businesses, particularly for the city’s diverse restaurants. The social distancing measures required to reduce the spread of COVID-19 meant restaurants were forced to close their doors until the Stay At Home orders got lifted. In a city renowned for its amazingly diverse dining options, the pandemic and lockdown forced many restaurants to get creative and rely on takeout and delivery orders until they can reopen. Online orders for people staying home have allowed restaurants to remain operating until they can once again provide a sit-down service. As NYC continues to cope with the impact of COVID-19, restaurants in NYC and New Jersey have benefited from renting self-storage units to store a host of business items in a safe place. Whether your restaurant is closed until the lockdown orders get lifted, operating solely for takeout orders, or preparing for a reopening, self-storage units offer solid benefits to your business now and long after the Stay At Home orders have been lifted. How Can Self-Storage Help Your Restaurant Today? These are definitely challenging times for NYC’s restaurant industry. While some places are closed down, others remain open to provide takeout and delivery, and still others are preparing to reopen at a reduced capacity when the lockdown ends, arranging their dining areas in a way that complies with social distancing. In each case, restaurants can benefit by using self-storage to help meet their changing needs. Security Protection Restaurants that are closed have faced the additional problem of becoming vulnerable to break-ins. There have been reports in New York and Connecticut of restaurants that have been broken into by people stealing food and alcohol. Depending on their location, their buildings have become tempting targets for burglars as the streets have become quiet and deserted, and thieves have eyed everything from well-stocked liquor cabinets to office equipment like iPads. Some businesses are also becoming targets of looting in a time of civil unrest.The best way to ...


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June 15th, 2020