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Putting Down Roots in Tucson, AZ

Tucson, known by its beloved nickname, ''Old Pueblo'' is Arizona's 2nd largest city. It rests within the Sonoran Desert, smack-dab in between Phoenix and Mexico.

History comes to life in this city known for its diverse culture and Spanish architecture. Tucson is heaven-on-earth for nature-lovers looking for challenging hikes and photographers searching for the perfect shot. Stargazers also come to the desert in droves to enjoy the year-round cloudless night skies. And if you're a foodie, you likely know that Tucson is one of only two American cities to make UNESCO's ''Creative Cities of Gastronomy'' list.

Educational and Professional Opportunities In Old Pueblo

Arizona's top-rated university, The University of Arizona, calls Tucson home. With a large enrollment of over 38,000, the city is full of Wildcats and loyal fans. Students from all 50 states and over 100 countries attend the U of A, and the university holds an impressive 83% freshman retention rate.

Tucson recently took top honors in CBRE's ''The Next 25 Markets'' list. The list determines where top tech companies are considering setting up shop. Additionally, there has been a whopping 90% growth rate in tech jobs in the last few years. With an unemployment rate of 3.9%, just above the national average, young professionals should have no trouble finding work, even outside the tech world.

Who Knew Kids Could Love A Desert?

If you are considering moving your family to Tucson, one stat that may sway your decision is the city's 25% lower than the national average housing costs. Tucson also received an A+ on AreaVibes amenities scale.

There's plenty of family fun to be had, whether you're horseback riding, stargazing at Kitt Peak National Observatory, or visiting Reid Park Zoo. Looking for a little more excitement? Tucson is only six hours from the ocean and seven hours from Disneyland!

Make One Of These Districts Home, Sweet Home

Dunbar Spring

This welcoming historic district is close enough to downtown to make commuting a breeze but far enough away to enjoy the peace of small-community living. Dunbar Spring's numerous murals and galleries make it the place to be for artists.

Armory Park

Young professionals feel pulled to Armory Park for the job possibilities and choose to stay due to the district's walkability and fun, yet down-to-earth, vibe. History buffs love Military Plaza Park's monuments, and families love the greenspace, museums, as well as restaurants.

Sam Hughes

The University of Arizona's proximity means Sam Hughes caters to the college crowd. The hot social scene and proximity to downtown make it appealing to young professionals too. Also, the district's safety rating and mix of museums, shopping, and restaurants encourage many families to set down roots here.

Got Stuff? We've Got Space

Moving to a new city is no easy feat. The home-selling, the packing, the goodbye ... none of it is easy. Let one of our Tucson self-storage facilities lighten the load. Our drive-up access, climate-controlled storage units have around-the-clock access hours and a variety of storage unit sizes. Look into renting a storage unit in Tucson today!

Frequently asked questions

The dimensions of the smallest storage unit size usually offered for rent are typically 5 feet by 5 feet.

A 5 x 10 storage unit offers the convenience of extra space for business inventory, allows seasonal items storage, and helps reduce clutter in your home.

In comparison to a standard closet, a 5 x 5 storage unit usually offers comparable or slightly more space, almost resembling a medium to large size wardrobe.

The average cost of renting a smaller storage unit varies, but in Tucson, the average price for a standard unit is reported to be $69.57.

Average Unit Price

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Best Priced Storage Units in Tucson, AZ

A storage unit's price is based on several factors, including the facility's amenities (such as 24/7 access, free use of truck), the storage unit's amenities (such as climate control, electrical outlet), facility location, unit location (a ground floor unit will be more expensive), and overall demand in your area.

When looking at pricing for storage units in Tucson, it's important to think about rental rates in terms of price for value. Sometimes, the cheapest storage unit doesn't always mean it's the best unit for YOUR needs.