Public Storage in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles is near Mount Washington and just a short drive off the Avenue 43 exit of the Arroyo Seco Parkway, the first freeway in the western U.S.
Many people rent around these parts, and it's not uncommon for locals to have a roommate or two, so space is a commodity that can be hard to find in the historic neighborhood. Thankfully, these cheap Highland Park storage units comes in a wide range of sizes to fit a customer's need and budget.
A manager lives on site to help customers navigate the 540-unit property. Store bowling gear between frames at the newly-refurbished Highland Park Bowl in an affordable 5-foot-by-5-foot unit. Or renovate one of the classic Craftsman homes this neighborhood is known for after moving furniture into a 10-foot-by-20-foot space.
Highland Park has changed a lot over the years. But it's no matter if residents are the hip newcomers, or the steadfast families that have lived and loved the neighborhood for generations, because Public Storage in the 90065 zip code will be here to help with any home transformations in the future!
Cypress Park, Ernest E. Debs Regional Park, Eagle Rock, Montecito Heights and Northeast Los Angeles are also nearby.
It is easily accessible from the zip codes: 90065, 9031, 90042, 90032
Indoor and outdoor storage units are on site
Moving carts are loaned to customers for free
Open 7 days a week
Moving and packing necessities for sale
An electric gate monitors property access
Small, medium and large rentable units on site
Free parking and easy-to-access loading areas