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5 of the Best Self-Storage Facilities in Greater Boulder, CO

The Boulder metro area has plenty going for it – located at an altitude of over 5,000 feet and overlooking the iconic Flatiron Mountains, it’s the perfect destination for people interested in an outdoorsy lifestyle. From hiking to rafting and skiing, you can pretty much do it all once you’re in Boulder. However, as important as outdoor sports are for people living in the Boulder area, this corner of Colorado also has many other appeals.

The city itself is, according to two separate studies done by National Geographic, the happiest in the United States and the second-best small US city to live in. It also has a young population – the median age is in Boulder is 28.6, compared with a national average of 38.

Boulder’s job market is thriving: the unemployment rate is low at 2.4%, compared to the national average of 3.7%. The startup scene is soaring, and big employers such Microsoft, IBM, Google, and Spyder – a homegrown manufacturer of high-end skiing apparel – are also giving a boost to the job market.

The food scene is dominated by a farm-to-table philosophy and focuses on the freshness and quality of the ingredients. From nationally acclaimed restaurants such as Blackbelly and Frasca Food and Wine, to fusion places like Chimera and homely diners like River and Woods, there are many options to suit everyone’s preferences. Some places crowd-source their recipes from the community. Boulder’s largest farmers’ market, located on 13th Street between Canyon and Arapahoe, was recently named among the ten best farmers’ markets in the country by the readers of USA Today.

A young and dynamic city, happiest in the country, great to live in, and surrounded by pristine natural areas – it’s no wonder many Americans are dreaming about moving here! The greater Boulder area now has 326,000 residents, compared to a little under 300,000 a decade ago.

And, since moving and self-storage go hand in hand, here are some of the best self-storage facilities located in the Greater Boulder area. These facilities will hold your belongings in safe and easy-to-access units, whether you’re in the process of moving, remodeling your house or you simply don’t have enough space at home.

1. Boulder Self Storage – 6439 Arapahoe Road

This storage facility features a large array of amenities, such as professional, on-site certified self-storage consultants, 7-days-a-week access, a free truck with move-in, and receiving of deliveries. You can opt for climate-controlled units, while safety is ensured by a digital video surveillance system and electronic gate access. You also have a choice between indoor or drive-up storage – but don’t worry, you don’t have to carry heavy boxes by yourself! The storage facility provides dollies and carts you can use for extra-heavy items.

This is a great facility not only for private renters but also for businesses interested in self-storage: there’s a conference room that can be used by tenants, free WiFi, and copy and fax services. Prices start at around $60 for the small 5×5 units, and there are plenty of unit sizes to pick from, depending on your needs.

2. A Store & Lock – 734 South Lincoln Street

This facility provides both indoor self-storage units and RV/motor vehicle outdoor storage. Amenities include drive-up access, onsite manager, electronic gates, parking and security cameras. You can choose between different self-storage unit sizes, from 5×10 all the way up to 10×20. Prices start at $80 per month for the 5×10 units. The facility is also an authorized U-Haul dealer, so if you need a truck as well as your self-storage unit, here’s the place where you can book both.

3. StorQuest Self Storage – 1200 Lock Street

This StorQuest facility offers ground-level units with drive-up access, and it’s open 7 days a week. The climate-controlled units are individually alarmed, which means your belongings are protected against the elements and against break-ins. The security measures are further enhanced by the electronic gate access and the fenced and lighted perimeter.

If you’re planning to move anytime soon, this storage facility provides a host of services related to moving, from selling packing supplies like boxes and bubble wrap to renting trucks for transportation. You can choose from a wide range of self-storage unit sizes, climate-controlled or not, and prices start at around $40 for the small ones.

4. Public Storage – 2331 Wedgewood Avenue

With easy access from two highways – 66 and 287 – this Public Storage facility is a great location for people all over Longmont and comes with many options: units big and small, indoor or outdoor, climate controlled or not. Amenities include keypad access and free parking, and moving supplies are available, should you need them. The compound is well-lit, which enhances security, and the friendly staff are available to help you with anything you need. Prices start at around $60 per month for a small 5×5 unit.

5. Dillon Road Storage – 10051 Dillon Road

This family owned and operated facility prides itself on the quality of its services and offers storage options ranging from 5×5 units up to 10×30 units. All the units are climate-controlled and individually alarmed, and you can also pick up boxes and packing supplies while you’re here. The digital cameras and the time-activated lighting system add a second layer of security. Prices start at around $60 for the small 5×5 units.

From storing your ski equipment to saving space at home or storing your belongings while searching for the perfect house, these facilities help you stay organized and on top of things. Check out all the self-storage facilities in Greater Boulder to find the one that suits all your needs!

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Maria Gatea

Maria Gatea is a creative writer for RentCafe with a background in Journalism and Communication. After covering business and finance-related topics as a freelance writer for 15 years, she is now focusing on researching and writing about the real estate industry. You may contact Maria via email.

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