The opening of a new company has brought new life to the East Troy Business Park.
Greg and Sandy Nyffeler with Paul and Carol Nyffeler opened Executive Storage Suites at 2481 Executive Drive. Greg came up with the idea of renovating the space into indoor units. He said it seemed fitting for the location and the local need for indoor storage – a current trend in the industry.
Following an October ribbon cutting, the indoor climate-controlled storage facility is open for business.
The building also houses Paul J Nyffeler CPA, and Nyffeler Dental Center.
The Nyffeler family has strong ties to the East Troy area and involved in various local clubs and organizations. The brothers grew up in East Troy. Greg graduated from East Troy High School in 1977 and Paul in 1979.
As a second-generation dentist, Dr. Greg Nyffeler serves the community the same way his father Dr. Armin Nyffeler did when he started the practice in 1961. Dr. Greg received his degrees, Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Dental Surgery from Marquette University. He has been practicing in East Troy for over 30 years.
Paul graduated from Marquette University in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. After working in the greater Milwaukee area over 10 years, he decided to start up his own firm and move to the place he called home.
While building his practice, the CPA started serving the East Troy community. After 20 years, Paul continues to give his time to the community where he and Carol have raised five boys.
In 2002, the brothers had outgrown their offices located on the square and built the Nyffeler Business Center in the East Troy Business Park, just off of I-43 and on Executive Drive.
Choosing indoor storage
Sandy said there are numerous benefits to choosing one of their indoor storage units, including an advanced up-to-the-minute security system. "The kiosk along with new technology allows our tenants to get in their units 24/7. Our website makes it easy to rent, pay, and sign a lease," she said.
Carol added that the indoor units are climate-controlled and protect your belongings from the elements. "This is the best way to keep your valuables, valuable," she said.
Uses for the storage units are widely varied – giving homeowners space to declutter and store large items like lawn mowers and motorcycles, hobbyists the opportunity to safely keep their artwork, photographs and antiques, and businesses room for record storage and more.
Paul said this is the first phase of what could be a growing operation.
"We own the adjacent land giving us plenty of room to add on," he said.