Houston, Texas, September 15, 2020 – The owners of GreenSpace Self-Storage, LLC (GreenSpace) received word from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) that another set of aspects of its multi-level self-storage facilities, constructed in large part using commercial shipping containers while typically retaining class A building aesthetics, will soon be granted patent protection by this governing body.
This will be the second patent issued by the USPTO to GreenSpace’s owners, and it will provide further evidence as to the increasing scope and evolution of the GreenSpace United States intellectual property, which also has counterparts pending overseas. As with their first patent, GreenSpace used Mr. Stephen L. Levine, Partner at Carrington Coleman Sloman & Blumenthal as their intellectual property counsel.
“Obviously, we are very excited to receive this second patent, which shows the world that we are industry leading innovators in designing these types of facilities. It is also a vote of confidence that the USPTO values the changes, improvements, and inventiveness behind our most recent configurations, beyond other aspects that we already have protected”, said GreenSpace co-founder David Ledoux.
GreenSpace is currently in construction or engineering on five projects across the United States and is under contract for three additional properties.