New York City real estate was not built to accommodate the modern consumer economy. Self-storage facilities exist in a symbiotic relationship with existing real estate, expanding the potential for urban living and commerce. They offer apartment dwellers the urban equivalent of the attic or garage. And they provide capital challenged entrepreneurs with accessible warehouse and distribution space. Serving this variety of usage models in proximity to dense residential and commercial neighborhoods requires unique design and operational skills. Wildflower develops self-storage operations that maximize our use of space while minimizing burdens on access. These operations have supported thousands of small businesses and allowed thousands of families to stay in their urban communities.