Storage units in Portland's Rose Quarter neighborhood are located just off N. Interstate Avenue, between I-5 and Fremont Bridge, where I-405 crosses the Willamette River. All-indoor climate controlled storage units are available in a range of sizes, providing cheap storage for residents and businesses in the Rose Quarter neighborhood.
Folks near Harriet Tubman School can store all their recreational equipment in a 5x10 storage unit for play at Lillis-Albina Park. Behind the gear, pack in rarely used items such as holiday decorations and off-season clothes.
Small businesses and startups near the Moda Center, formerly the Rose Garden Arena, can use a 10x10 storage unit for excess inventory, filing cabinets or construction tools.
The Moda Center at the Rose Quarter is less than a mile from the storage facility, where the Portland Trail Blazers and Western Hockey League's Winterhawks play. There's also a concert venue within the Moda Center.
A 10x20 storage unit is about the size of a one-car garage, and can hold five rooms of furnishings for those relocating or renovating.
The Rose Quarter neighborhood is just across the Willamette River from downtown Portland's museums, boutiques, theaters and green spaces. Pioneer Courthouse Square is less than 2 miles from the storage facility.
Portland Public Storage has a variety of storage solutions in the Rose City's Rose Quarter neighborhood to suit your needs.