City Storage - 500 Indiana Street, San Francisco, CA
- Mon-Sat: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Sun: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- Onsite Manager
- Security Camera
Rent a self storage unit now at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street
This self storage facility located at 500 Indiana Street offers a wide range of units that can meet all your storage needs. We know both location and amenities matter, so look through the photos and amenities to see what City Storage - 500 Indiana Street has to offer. To make sure you find the right fit for your needs, you can browse through the different sizes, from the smallest to the largest, and check out prices for each unit. Monthly rents here at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street start from $69 and can go up to $515.
If you've decided on the perfect space, the only thing left to do is to contact the manager of City Storage - 500 Indiana Street by phone or online messaging. Storage units are generally rented on a monthly basis, which means you can keep your space for as long as you need it and you can move your stuff in or out anytime!
Why should you rent a self storage unit at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street?
Having an organized and clutter-free home is much easier once you rent a self storage unit. You can keep your less-frequently-used personal belongings here, including furniture, seasonal items, hobby gear and bulky things that take up a lot of space in your home. Prices at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street start from $69. Contact the property now! You'll end up having a significantly more airy and organized home.
Renting a storage unit is a great idea whether you're looking to relocate, renovate, downsize or simply declutter your home. All your storage problems can be solved! Just take a look at the photos and amenities and check out the position of City Storage - 500 Indiana Street on the map to see if it's a good fit for you. Get in touch with the facility manager for up-to-date pricing and more details!
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Here is how San Francisco, CA, compares to other nearby cities. Overall, there are many other great self storage opportunities in the area. Daly City, CA, is just 5 miles away and has 7 storage facilities. Monthly rents there start at $45. However, you could also drive to Brisbane, CA, which is 5 miles away. Colma, CA is also just 6 miles distant. Listings there show 1 facility, with unit prices starting from $45. Looking a bit further away, storage facilities in South San Francisco, CA, and Sausalito, CA, have multiple types of units available, with monthly costs starting at $73 and $201, respectively.
Check out storage units in trending cities
If you want to see how your city compares to others, you can start by checking out other facilities in trending cities. A wide array of storage units can be leased in Los Angeles, CA, Sacramento, CA and San Diego, CA, where sizes and amenities may vary. Monthly rents for units in these cities are as low as $15 and $25, respectively.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of amenities are available at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street?
Storage units available at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street include the following amenities: Elevators, Indoor, Onsite Manager and Security Camera. Depending on what you need to put away in storage, you can discover there are some things you absolutely need, so make sure you check with the facility manager that you'll find everything you need on site.
What unit sizes are available at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street?
This particular storage facility provides self storage units of different sizes, ranging from 20 to 130 square feet. Space is not an issue! If you have more belongings to store, or simply bulkier items or even vehicles, you should go for larger storage units.
What type of storage unit do I need?
You already know how much stuff you need to put in self storage, so figuring out the unit size you need is the next step. Smaller units such as 5'x5' or 5'x10' spaces can usually be filled with the amount of items you would normally store in a closet: a few chairs and lamps, sports equipment, garden tools and some boxes.
Moving on to larger sizes, imagine the 10'x10' and 10'x15' units as similar to a bedroom or a living room – larger pieces of furniture, sturdier equipment and bicycles can fit here. Finally, a 10'x20' unit has enough space for the contents of a 3-bedroom house, while the larger 10'x30' space easily accommodates the contents of a loaded semi-truck.
What are the unit prices at City Storage - 500 Indiana Street?
Monthly prices for units offered by City Storage - 500 Indiana Street start from $69 and can go up to $515 for larger spaces.
Why is drive-up access important?
Accessibility and quickness are key when it comes to storage, so drive-up storage units are generally regarded as very convenient. Pull your car right up to your storage space, load, unload, and you're good to go! However, if you're mostly storing temperature-sensitive items, you should rather consider indoor storage units.
Why should I consider renting a climate-controlled unit?
Climate-controlled units maintain consistent temperatures and humidity levels all year round, making them perfect for all your sensitive items. Moisture and varying temperatures can damage a whole host of things, and that is why a lot of people choose to use climate-controlled units to store items like wooden furniture, electronics, artwork, documents and photographs, collectibles, antiques, etc. If the belongings you're storing are important to you, you should consider renting a climate-controlled unit.