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Relocating to Pittsburgh, PA

Pittsburgh earned the nickname ''Steel City'' for the hundreds of steel businesses that have made this area home. However, as a city embraced by three rivers, it's also known as the ''City of Bridges''. As in 446 of them - the most in the world!

This down-to-earth city is known for its sports teams, tunnels, unique architecture, as well as for having more public staircases than anywhere else in the country. More importantly, Pittsburgh is making many ''Top Cities'' lists - and for good reasons.

Why Pittsburgh May Be Your Perfect Fit

Families

Ranked as one of ''The 25 Best Places to Live for Families in the U.S.'' Pittsburgh has a lot to offer folks who are wanting to settle their family down somewhere new. This prestigious ranking is due to the city's lower than average cost of living, quality of education, access to healthcare, and overall well-being.

Add to this the number of recreational activities and entertainment options in the area, and you may have found your new home sweet home.

Students

Pittsburgh has over 29 colleges and universities including Carnegie Mellon University. The school was ranked #22 in U.S. News' ''Best National University Rankings'' and the University of Pittsburgh was ranked #62 on the same list. Internationally acclaimed Carnegie Mellon and its graduates provide a whopping $2.7 billion in annual economic impact.

Professionals

Often ranked as one of the ''Most Livable Cities in the U.S.'' (recently ranked #19), Steel City has a strong economy and plenty of job opportunities. Affordable housing and reasonable commercial real estate are two reasons many young professionals choose Pittsburgh as a place to start a business. Also, in the last few years alone, venture capitalists have invested billions into startups around the area.

Say Hello To Your Future Neighborhood

Squirrel Hill

This diverse district is one of Pittsburgh's most popular neighborhoods. Families relocating to the city should consider moving to Squirrel Hill for the great schools, fantastic dining, along with the area's exciting museums and parks. With three universities and several businesses in the area, students and young professionals will feel right at home as well.

Shadyside

If you're a fan of live music, a trendy club scene, or walking wherever possible, you'll love Shadyside! And bring your dog - the area boasts an astounding 50+ dog-friendly businesses. Take Fido for a walk to check out unique shops and Victorian-style mansions. Shadyside is also home to Roslyn Place, one of the only wooden streets in the country.

Southside Flats

Offering the best of both worlds, Southside Flats allows you to get your party on in one of its many lively clubs or bars, or find your zen in Southside Riverside Park. This National Historic District is well-known for its must-experience nightlife; however, it's also known for its vintage shops and eclectic restaurants.

Make Your Move Easier

Self-storage units with drive-up access and climate-controlled storage can help facilitate a move to a big city. Our Pittsburgh storage units allow you full access hours, vehicle storage, as well as a range of storage unit sizes. If you're relocating, let our Pittsburgh self-storage facility help make your transition easier.

Frequently asked questions

Identify your storage needs: determine what items you want to store and estimate the size of the unit you'll need.

Of course! There is a wide array of storage units available to rent. Major types include standard units, climate-controlled units, wine storage, rv & boat storage, and document storage units. Each type serves a unique purpose and offers different benefits to users.

In some cases, there may be extra costs that could apply. These might include an initial administration fee, additional costs for insurance, and late payment fees, among others.

The cost of a storage unit can vary widely based on multiple factors. However, on average, in Pittsburgh, you can expect to pay around $70.29 for a storage unit.

Average Unit Price

Based on 378 storage units reserved in Pittsburgh over the past 7 months.

$69.96

Down $2.84

Compared to last month

Best Priced Storage Units in Pittsburgh, PA

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 Pittsburgh, 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.