Denver, CO Storage Units: Find Storage Near You

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The Attic Self Storage
Arvada, CO 80003
5.7 miles away
No Unit Information Available
A Bargain Evans Holly Self Storage
Denver, CO 80222
5.6 miles away
No Unit Information Available
J & J Storage Rental
Denver, CO 80229
5.6 miles away
No Unit Information Available
Front Range Marine & Vehicle Storage Inc
Englewood, CO 80110
5.1 miles away
No Unit Information Available
Access Anytime Self Storage
Denver, CO 80223
4.2 miles away
No Unit Information Available
Denver Storage Solutions - 3893 Steele Street
Denver, CO 80205
2.9 miles away
No Unit Information Available
U - Stor - All
Denver, CO 80223
2.8 miles away
No Unit Information Available
The Storage Center - Denver - 3425 Lipan St
Denver, CO 80211
1.9 miles away
No Unit Information Available

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What to Know Before Moving to Denver, CO

Mile High City Highlights

When it comes to Denver, many people think of the stunning mountain views, picturesque hiking trails, or the Broncos. But if you're thinking of moving to Denver, there is so much more you should know.

Denver was nicknamed the ''Mile High City'' because it sits at 5,280 feet - exactly one mile above sea level. Moving to Denver means enjoying over 300 days of sunshine each year and being at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, giving you year-round opportunities to hike, kayak, ski, or fish. Denver has a strong job market, a lower-than-average unemployment rate, as well as quality educational institutions. The Mile High City is also home to multiple sports teams, over 100 breweries, and 200 parks. It's truly a city with a bit of everything, making it a very tempting place to call home.

Get Your Degree In Denver

Denver houses around a third of the colleges and universities in Colorado, with the top two universities being the University of Denver and the University of Colorado Denver. The University of Denver is a private institution with an enrollment of close to 6,000 students, an acceptance rate of 64% and a graduation rate of 67%, whereas The University of Colorado Denver is a public institution with an enrollment of over 14,000, an acceptance rate of 72% and a graduation rate of 24%.

Why Business Is Better Here

Many people are drawn to Denver's job market due to the strong economy and number of high-paying jobs. However, lucrative jobs mean intense competition, so be prepared to bring your A-game. Top industries right now include tech, agriculture, aerospace, and cannabis.

Trendy, Up-and-Coming Neighborhoods to Consider

The Lower Highlands (LoHi)

Although LoHi is one of the pricier neighborhoods in Denver, it has tree-lined streets, beautiful homes, excellent restaurants, and is within walking distance to downtown. Those attributes, along with mountain views and lively bars, make this a popular area for newcomers. And with everything you need within walking distance, living here without a car is a non-issue.

River North (RiNo)

RiNo is known as Denver's trendiest neighborhood. Once an industrial area, it's now home to popular nightclubs and bustling, trendy restaurants. The area is also known for its edgy galleries and street art, a popular spot for students and young workers who enjoy affordable rent and an active nightlife.

Central Park

This neighborhood is the perfect spot for families looking to raise their kids with a strong sense of community as well as abundant outdoor space and activities. Central Park is safe, has several top-notch schools to choose from, and over 50 parks to enjoy. The area is also home to the famous Stanley Marketplace.

Platt Park

Platt Park is only a 15-minute drive to downtown Denver, yet it has a relaxing suburban feel, making it an ideal place for families looking to relocate. It also hosts Denver's most popular farmers' market and has an excellent walkability rating.

Storage Units in Denver

If you're renting an apartment or moving into a smaller home in the city, our Denver storage units will give you a place to keep your items safe. Our storage facility has climate-controlled storage, 24-access hours and convenient drive-up access. Whatever storage space you require, our customer service representatives can help you with all your storage needs.

Frequently asked questions

For storing the contents of a 1-bedroom home you'll need a 5'x10' or 10'x10' self storage unit. A home with 2 to 3 bedrooms will require a large storage unit size, either a 10'x15' or 10'x20'. If you need help finding the right storage unit in Denver, CO give a call!

The average cost of a monthly storage unit in Denver is $103.52, and you can compare storage prices to find the best storage unit for you on

A lot of storage facilities offer a first month free promotion for new customers. To find storage units in Denver with first month free and other storage deals you can search by zip code or city on

A 5' x 10' storage unit in Denver costs about $72.28 per month. Browse to compare prices for all 5' x 10' storage units in Denver.

Small storage units are typically 5' x 5' in size and cost about $48.12 per month in Denver. Click to compare prices for all 5' x 5' storage units in Denver on

Climate controlled storage is recommended for items that are vulnerable to extreme temperatures and humidity. If you're storing items like electronics, collectibles or personal items (books, clothing, and photos) in Denver, then a storage unit with climate control will help protect your belongings.

With 24 hour access storage you'll have the ability to access your storage unit whenever you need to—even when the facility office is closed. This means you'll be able to access your belongings before or aftering working hours, and even on weekends and holidays.

Best Priced Storage Units in Denver, CO

Find the best storage unit price in Denver, CO

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 Denver, 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.