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University Of Texas At San Antonio Self Storage

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Top storage facilities in San Antonio, TX out of 66 facilities.

Storage & Moving Logistics - Universal City

115 Villa Drive
Universal City, TX 78148
  • 24 Hour Access
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access

Handy Space Mini Storage - Route 410

636 SW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78227
9 reviews
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access

Lockaway Storage - Rittiman

1039 Rittiman Rd
San Antonio, TX 78218
8 reviews
  • Free Use of Truck
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access
50% off move-in + free truck!

AAA Sentry Storage

6303 Krempen Ave
San Antonio, TX 78233
12 reviews
  • Truck Available
  • 24 Hour Access
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access

San Antonio Storage: At a glance

  • Motto: A cultivated mind is the guardian genius of democracy
  • Mascot: Roadrunners
  • School colors: Orange, Blue, and White
  • Size: Main: Suburban, 725 acres[4] Downtown: Urban, 18 acres[5] Hemisfair Park: Urban, 4 acres
  • Campus location: San Antonio, TX
  • Total enrollment: 56,052
  • San Antonio population: 1,327,407
  • Ratio of students to total pop.: 0.042
  • Students per active storage facility: 232

For more information about University of Texas at San Antonio, visit http://www.utsa.edu.

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