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8 x 4 Garage in Mahwah, New Jersey

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"The space was as described, very safe and private location. Owner was available when needed and friendly. Ideal for seasonal motor sports equipment, garage door access! "

Jim P.

Mahwah, NJ

Nov 8, 2022

22 x 12 Basement in Red Bank, New Jersey

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"Jonathan is an awesome host. Very responsive, very accommodating and diligent. Highly recommend "

Andrew L.

Red Bank, NJ

Jan 18, 2023

16 x 35 Basement in South Brunswick Township, New Jersey

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"Excellent communication for scheduling moving and post moving visits. Secure safe and space"

Ray B.

South Brunswick Township, NJ

Sep 17, 2022

20 x 10 Garage in Montclair, New Jersey

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"Great guy and very easy to do business with!! Would definitely recommend Kenneth !!!"

Michael G.

Montclair, NJ

Jan 26, 2023

28 x 10 Garage in Newton, New Jersey

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"Very nice, quiet, clean garage. Zaan is a great host. Would rent again, if needed."

Dan M.

Newton, NJ

Mar 25, 2023

20 x 10 Garage in Newark, New Jersey

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"Dexter was very accommodating on short notice and it was a seamless process "

Grace-Ann M.

Newark, NJ

May 12, 2023

25 x 10 Warehouse in South Hackensack, New Jersey

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"Very professional service, caring attitude always responsive"

Walied S.

South Hackensack, NJ

Mar 1, 2023

23 x 16 Basement in Elmont, New York

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"Great people very helpful Would deff recommend to anyone "

Rigert D.

Elmont, NY

Oct 22, 2022

25 x 20 Garage in Wharton, New Jersey

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"Wonderful to work with. Very responsive. Highly recommend "

Lisa P.

Wharton, NJ

Dec 26, 2022

20 x 10 Garage in Bronx, New York

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"Great experience, great space, really safe. "

Pujan K.

Bronx, NY

Mar 30, 2023

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Types of Storage

Renting a storage unit can benefit anyone looking for extra storage space beyond their home or apartment.

  • Drive-up units offer quick and easy access with the convenience of pulling a vehicle right up to the unit.
  • Interior units without climate control are cost-effective and a great option for those who are storing items that don’t require temperature control.
  • Interior units with climate control provide an additional layer of protection from extreme temperatures and humidity, perfect for electronics, documents and antiques.
  • Outdoor parking spaces can be a great option for vehicle, boat and RV storage.
  • Specialty self storage units are available for more unique items, such as wine, artwork, or large machinery.
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Choosing a Storage Unit

When searching for a storage unit in New York, NY, there are a few important considerations to make:

  • Security – Look for storage units that have the appropriate locks, alarm systems, and gated access.
  • Location – Choose a storage unit close to where you live so that it is convenient to access.
  • Size – Make sure you pick a storage unit that is the right size to accommodate all of your items.
  • Accessibility – Consider the storage unit’s hours of operation and make sure that it fits in with your schedule.
  • Climate Control – If possible, try to find a storage unit that has climate control for added protection of your items.
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Climate Considerations

When considering a storage unit in New York City, it's important to understand the local climate and weather. Temperatures can range from a low of 22 degrees in January to a high of 85 degrees in July. Additionally, the humidity in the city can range from 35% to 90%, depending on the season.

Climate-controlled storage units are beneficial for those storing items that are sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity, such as electronics and wooden furniture. Non-climate-controlled units, however, can also offer value, especially when storing items that are not as vulnerable to these changes, such as clothing and books. In either case, specific precautions can be taken to protect your items. For example, it's advisable to use airtight containers and plastic bags to further insulate your items and seek out storage units with good insulation.

Overall, understanding the climate and weather of New York City and taking the proper precautions can help ensure that your items are safe and secure, regardless of whether you choose a climate-controlled or non-climate-controlled storage unit.

About New York

New York City is one of the most iconic cities in the world. It is the largest city in the United States, with an estimated population of 8.4 million people spread across five boroughs. Home to some of the world’s most iconic destinations—including the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and Central Park—NYC is a major international center of culture, fashion, art, and business.

Situated in the northeast corner of the U.S., the city is comprised of multiple distinct neighborhoods, each with its own unique character. The Financial District, Greenwich Village, Harlem, SoHo, and the Upper East Side are just a few of them. From luxury shopping and dining to world-class museums, parks, and performance venues, there’s something for everyone in the Big Apple.

In addition to being a major economic hub, New York is known for its vibrant nightlife, and is home to many renowned restaurants, bars, and clubs. The city also boasts a wide variety of recreational activities, from kayaking and paddle boarding in the Hudson River, to rock climbing in Fort Totten Park. Other nearby attractions include the American Museum of Natural History, the High Line, and the luxury shopping destination Fifth Avenue.

For those looking for a city with endless possibilities and opportunities, look no further than New York City.

Storage Units in New York, NY: Frequently Asked Questions

On average, it costs $215/month to rent a storage unit in New York. The price will vary depending on the type and size of the unit you're renting.

If you're storing a vehicle, an RV may require a storage unit as large as 10' X 30', while a full-sized car most likely needs a 10' X 20' storage unit. For reference, you'll typically want a 5' X 10' storage unit to fit the contents of a studio or 1-bedroom home. With Neighbor, you'll find New York self storage units in almost any set of dimensions.

Add your desired location on Neighbor for a list of all the storage units available for rent nearby, or use the map view to help you find local self storage in New York. Whether you're looking in Chelsea, in Garment District, or in another neighborhood close by, odds are you'll spot a storage unit just down the street from your location.

You'll find several amenities and features for your affordable storage unit near New York. Here are a few of Neighbor's most popular features:

  • Flexible Access: Rent a storage unit listing on Neighbor that offers access when you need it. Some hosts offer 24/7 access, perfect for accessing your things on your own time frame.
  • Drive-Up Access: Self storage spaces with drive-up access, often garages or sheds near driveways, permit you to easily drop off or pick up your belongings right from your vehicle.
  • Climate Control: Provide your items the most protection with climate-controlled storage. Generally, these have either temperature control or a humidifying unit, or both.
  • Security: Make sure your belongings have the safest storage unit possible with a listing that offers security like a padlock, access code, all-day surveillance, or alarm systems.
  • Yes, climate-controlled storage is a nice thing to have in New York during the winter and summer when humidity levels can get quite high. It will also be advantageous during these seasons when temperatures can get extreme.

    Alternative Self Storage Options near New York

    New York offers many different storage companies for self storage. Traditional self storage units, however, usually are pricier, less secure, and more removed than self storage on Neighbor.

    If you'd like information about traditional storage units in New York, look at the below list of self storage facilities for more details:

    CubeSmart Self Storage (1.2 miles)

    444 W 55th St

    New York, NY

    Manhattan Mini Storage (1.5 miles)

    645 W 44th St

    New York, NY

    Manhattan Mini Storage (1.7 miles)

    524 W 23rd St

    New York, NY

    Manhattan Mini Storage (1.7 miles)

    510 W 21st St

    New York, NY

    Manhattan Mini Storage (3.2 miles)

    220 South St

    New York, NY

    Manhattan Mini Storage (3.3 miles)

    108-110 W 107th St

    New York, NY

    Extra Space Storage (4.4 miles)

    485 W 129th St

    New York, NY

    CubeSmart Self Storage (8.2 miles)

    308 Dyckman St

    New York, NY

    Manhattan Mini Storage (8.2 miles)

    290 Dyckman St

    New York, NY

    CubeSmart Self Storage (9.8 miles)

    5740 Broadway

    Bronx, NY