Find & Rent Self Storage in Boston, MA

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Climate Control: Units maintain a temperature of 55 to 85 degrees to protect your belongings from extreme temperatures.
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Drive-up Access: Units located outside and offer convenience of driving a vehicle up to the unit door.
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Auto/Boat/RV: Offers storage for vehicles which may be non-covered units.

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Boston Storage Facility
Distance
Features
Monthly Rate
Public Storage Facility at 290 Southampton Street, Boston, MA
290 Southampton Street
Boston, MA 02118
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1.91 mi
     
    starting at
    $80.00
    CubeSmart Self Storage Facility at 968 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA
    968 Massachusetts Avenue
    Boston, MA 02118
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    2.09 mi
    • Drive-up Access
    • Auto/Boat/RV
     
    starting at
    $73.80
    Extra Space Storage Facility at 3175 Washington St, Boston, MA
    3175 Washington St
    Boston, MA 02130
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    3.78 mi
    • Climate Controlled
     
    starting at
    $54.00
    CubeSmart Self Storage Facility at 150 William F Mcclellan Highway, Boston, MA
    150 William F Mcclellan Highway
    Boston, MA 02128
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    2.72 mi
    • Drive-up Access
    • Auto/Boat/RV
     
    starting at
    $54.00
    Extra Space Storage Facility at 41 Norwood Street, Boston, MA
    41 Norwood Street
    Boston, MA 02122
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    4.66 mi
    • Climate Controlled
     
    starting at
    $55.00

     

    Finding Storage in Boston, MA

    Are you trying to clear some space in your Boston-area home, apartment, or condo? Look no further than Storage.com’s Boston, MA self storage page! Storage.com provides references for local storage facilities in the Boston area, as well as thousands of other cities in the country. Price, size, location, special features—you can filter your search for whatever suits your personal storage needs.

    Boston was settled in 1630 and is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the US. Unfortunately, because Boston is so historic, it means that many of the city blocks are tightly packed and don’t allow for much living space. If you’re in the metropolitan area, no doubt you know just how tight that can be, especially if you live in an apartment building. Rather than waste your already limited space with boxes or unnecessary furniture, check out some of the storage options in your area.

    Find the Right Unit Size

    If you’re not sure what size storage space you need, Storage.com has a helpful link—“Help Me Find the Right Size”—that can give you visuals of what certain storage units can hold. For example, a 5x5 unit can hold a dresser, a small mattress set, and a few boxes. Units can also get as big as 10x30, allowing you to hold more (or bigger) items, which is especially helpful if you’re in the middle of a move.

    Climate-Controlled Units

    As many people on the East Coast know, winter is brutally cold, and summer is humid and hot. When using Boston mini storage long term, you’re putting your items at risk of damage due to the change in temperature and humidity. Fortunately, many storage facilities in Boston listed on Storage.com offer climate-controlled units. Climate-controlled units allow you to rest easy and know that your items are safe no matter what’s happening outside of your storage unit.

    Items you may want to consider putting into one of these units include computers, hard drives, mp3 players, TVs, DVD players, wooden furniture, antiques, clothing, blankets, pillows, photos, books, and other important documents.

    Affordable Storage Options in Boston

    Moving heavy boxes and furniture from your home is already difficult, so don’t make it more difficult while trying to get it into a storage space. Several Boston storage units offer drive-up access.

    And what about price? Many storage facilities start around the $50-70/mo. range, but some Boston storage locations have affordable rates in the $20-30/mo. range.

    Storage for College Students

    If you’re a student attending Boston College, Boston University, Emerson College, or Northeastern University, you should definitely look into renting a storage unit with a short-term agreement.

    When it comes to moving out of your dorm room or apartment at the end of each school year, it’s hard to figure out where everything is going to go. After all, if you’re a student who came from out of state, it would be silly to drive or ship everything back home for the summer just to bring it all back at the beginning of the next year. That’s why it’s a good idea to rent storage through Storage.com.

    With Storage.com, you can find storage facilities near campus so that you don’t have very far to go with all of your dorm belongings. Then, at the start of the next semester, you can get a head start on moving all of your stuff back into your student housing.

    Whatever type of storage you end up choosing for your possessions, you can take comfort in your search with Storage.com. If you have any questions about sizes, features, or prices, call to talk to a representative or reserve your unit online today!

     

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    How Self Storage Benefits College Students in Boston

    Boston is the college capital of the United States. With more than 100 colleges and universities in the city, it has earned that reputation. Because of this, thousands of students travel from out-of-state to attend school in the area. When they go home for summer break, though, storing belongings can be a challenge. Click the link above to learn more about how self storage facilities are helping students in Boston by solving their storage problems.