Hollywood Storage Center
Hollywood Storage Center is a leading-edge self storage facility, built by Kuvera Storage in 2002. Planned expansions were completed in 2005 and 2007. In addition to creating a strong brand, Kuvera's focus on customer experience is clearly demonstrated by the welcoming and spacious lobby, children's play area, Courtesy Cart and other unprecedented conveniences. The 2,800‑unit property is currently one of the largest independent storage facilities in the nation.
Hollywood & Wine
Kuvera Storage led the industry in developing a full-service wine storage facility as an extension of its self storage business. Serving the needs of casual wine drinkers, collectors, wineries, restaurants, and retail stores, Hollywood & Wine offers individually-locked climate and humidity controlled storage cabinets in sizes that hold from two cases to hundreds. In addition to seven-day-per-week access, customers also receive benefits including loading assistance, wine courier service, and use of the gourmet kitchen and meeting/tasting room.
Guinness World Records Museum
Part of the Ripley's Attractions family, the Guinness World Records Museum is a franchised property with worldwide presence and public interest. Since 1991, the Hollywood Guinness Museum, formerly the Hollywood Theater, has showcased the record-breaking facts and feats documented by the best selling copyrighted book in the world. Guests discover the marvels of pop culture, science, technology, animal life, and human potential in two stories packed with videos, touch-screen challenges, talking holographs, and other interactive displays.See Case Study
Shoot for the Stars
Kuvera Attractions created and built Shoot for the Stars, an 18‑hole mini‑golf course combining the instantly-recognizable landmarks of Hollywood with an engaging storyline that takes players through the 18 steps to becoming a Hollywood star. The eye-catching attraction draws interest from all age groups but includes the kind of interactivity and sophisticated humor that makes it uniquely fun for adults. Six original characters guide stars-to-be on their journey and verbally respond when players putt. Details such as the red carpet going through Grauman's Chinese Theatre, misting palm trees, and Hollywood fun facts take Shoot for the Stars to a whole new level in mini-golf.See Case Study
The Vault is Kuvera Storage's answer to the niche need for climate-controlled storage units with an added level of security. Designed to serve customers with valuable collections, artwork, and antiques, The Vault contains private storage rooms ranging in size from 5x4 to 10x5, all with carpeting and ten-foot ceilings. Safety deposit boxes are also available. The facility offers advanced protective measures, including a surveillance system, biometric entry mechanism, individual alarms, and double locks requiring both the customers and staff to use their keys for access.
Thousand Oaks Public Storage
Kuvera Storage designed and built Thousand Oaks Public Storage (TOPS) in 1979. Due to its solid construction, the first and only 1,100-unit storage facility in the Conejo Valley still serves storage customers today. The property is methodically maintained by a full-time Clean Team™ that is responsible for landscaping, painting, indoor and outdoor lighting, and daily lock checks.
Hollywood Wax Museum
Kuvera Partners built its third Hollywood Wax Museum from the ground up, using enough steel to support a 40,000-pound, 38-foot tall ape on the towering structure. The 30,000 square-foot, two-story Museum was designed for personal interaction with the expertly-crafted wax figures in an environment that feels larger than life, like the stars themselves. Guests who purchase combination tickets with Kuvera’s Castle attractions next door receive an access code to ride the elevator to the two-level VIP Observation Deck, where they can take in an amazing view of the Great Smoky Mountains.
Castle of Chaos
Hannah's Maze of Mirrors
Upon purchase of the vacant former National Antique Mall and Freedom Museum, Kuvera Partners added a new façade and completely gutted the first floor to make way for a pair of attractions using 12,000 square feet. The Castle’s compelling exterior draws excited attention from tourists driving by, while the haunted 5D ride and mirror maze adventure inside provide excellent entertainment for guests of all ages. The second floor is currently being used as office space but could be marketed for private events and/or converted into additional attractions, retail or other revenue-generating ventures in the future.