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Dallas is the third-largest city in Texas and part of the fourth-largest U.S. metropolitan area, Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington. Also known as Big D or D-Town, Dallas has an increasingly diversified population and one of the largest LGBTQ communities in the United States.
Home to a large number of businesses, its economy revolves mostly around high-tech, defense, retail, and financial services. When it comes to higher education, students in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex have over 40 colleges and universities to choose from, the most notable ones being the University of Texas and the University of North Texas.
Whether you are moving to Dallas as a college student or for business and career opportunities, first have a quick look at its places of interest, top neighborhoods, and fun things to do.
With over 400 parks, 60 miles of trails, 17 lakes, and nearly 500 athletic fields, Dallas is a green, active city that has a lot to offer to its residents, regardless of age and physical condition.
Art museums and galleries
Parks and gardens
The best neighborhoods for families in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex seem to be in the Plano-Richardson area, with Cottonwood Creek South, Canyon Creek South, Timberbrook, and Heights Park ranking highest in terms of safety, cleanliness, and public schools. If sticking to Dallas neighborhoods only, families are likely to enjoy Campbell Green, Preston Highlands, and Prestonwood.
Neighborhoods better suited for young professionals and college students include Greenland Hills, Uptown and Downtown Dallas, Lower Greenville, and Oak Lawn. They are full of bars, restaurants, and shops, have a diverse nightlife scene, as well as plenty of arts and sports activities nearby. Much like families that look for quiet spots, retirees tend to migrate to the northeast part of the metropolitan area, in Cottonwood Creek North, Sherill Park North, and Glenville Park, all in Richardson.
Regardless of the neighborhood that you choose to live in, you will find Dallas self-storage units handy, especially if you are a student going home for the summer. Given the humid subtropical climate, summers here can be very hot and humid, which means you should be looking for climate-controlled storage. The same holds for business owners that need to store their documents safely and conveniently without renting extra office space.
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 Dallas, 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.
If you're looking for a cheap 5x5 unit in Dallas, you'll get the best value by renting a $30.13 unit at CubeSmart Self Storage - Dallas - 5818 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy.
If you're looking for a cheap 10x10 unit in Dallas, you'll get the best value by renting a $71.00 unit at Public Storage - Carrollton - 1707 South I-35 East.
If you're looking for a cheap 10x15 unit in Dallas, you'll get the best value by renting a $102.00 unit at Public Storage - Dallas - 9110 Markville Drive.
If you're looking for a cheap 10x20 unit in Dallas, you'll get the best value by renting a $178.00 unit at Life Storage - Dallas - Plantation Road.