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1 - 15 of 125 storage facilities near Long Beach, CA
InStorage Torrance - 2321 Abalone Ave
CubeSmart Self Storage - Long Beach - 198 W Artesia Blvd
InStorage TorranceTorrance CA 905017.8 miles away
Extra Space Storage - 0305 - Hawaiian Gardens - S Norwalk Bl - 21123 Norwalk Boulevard
Extra Space Storage - 0354 - Long Beach - W Wardlow Rd - 2035 West Wardlow Road
Store For Less - Lakewood - 5400 North Paramount Boulevard
Extra Space Storage - 1474 - Cerritos - Artesia Blvd - 10753 Artesia Boulevard
Public Storage - Long Beach - 1917 Long Beach Blvd - 1917 Long Beach Blvd
Extra Space Storage - 6108 - Cerritos - Crusader Ave - 17900 Crusader Avenue
Extra Space Storage - 1541 - Wilmington - 1251 W Pacific Coast Hwy - 1251 West Pacific Coast Highway
Extra Space Storage - 1670 - Long Beach - 8150 E. Wardlow Rd - 8150 East Wardlow Road
Extra Space Storage - 1932 - Long Beach - Paramount Blvd - 6897 Paramount Boulevard
Life Storage - 4122 - Hawaiian Gardens - Carson St - 12508 East Carson Street
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Here's What to Know About Moving to Long Beach, CA

With its exceptional weather of blue skies, bright sunny days, and warm weather tempered by Pacific breezes, it's no wonder Long Beach is such a popular place to live. It's a vibrant, highly diverse city with all the benefits of living in Los Angeles while being easier on your wallet u2013 and it's right on the beach!

Long Beach is More Affordable than Los Angeles

Before moving to Long Beach, it's important to know that it's still an expensive city compared to the national average. However, rents are about 48% cheaper than in New York and 25 percent less expensive than its neighbor, Los Angeles.

Anyone looking to move to Long Beach will discover a phenomenal food and craft beer scene, amazing wine bars offering cool tasting menus and food pairings, a thriving arts community with regular creative events held year-round, fantastic farmers' markets where you can pick up the best local California produce and artisan products, and great thrift stores. There are even free yoga sessions in Bluff Park for anyone looking to get in shape.

The beaches here are second to none, with Belmont Shore Beach, Alamitos Beach, and Long City Beach being some favorite spots for locals. If you have a dog, head to Rosie's Dog Beach, where your pups can run off-leash in the surf and sand.

Long Beach also has a variety of local colleges for students to choose from, with CSU Long Beach as the most popular. There's no shortage of things to do in the area, and it's all more budget-friendly than what you'd find in LA.

Long Beach Has a Bustling Economy

Southern California is home to many thriving industries, and Long Beach is no exception. Tourism and hospitality are two huge sectors, as are technology, aviation, finance, and healthcare. The Port of Los Angeles also brings in a lot of trade. Of course, with LA just half an hour away, anyone in media and entertainment will find plenty of opportunities as well.

The Best Neighborhoods in Long Beach

These are the top areas in Long Beach to move to.

Naples & Belmont Shore

Naples and Belmont Shore strike the perfect balance between city living and a slightly more suburban feel. Located right by the beach, these beautiful neighborhoods are adjacent to one another and are widely considered the best places to live in Long Beach. There are many fabulous restaurants and cafes in Naples and Belmont Shores.

Families should note the excellent schools in the area, including the California Academy of Mathematics and Sciences, which is ranked the 4th best public high school in California. There's a mixture of homes and apartments for rent and sale in the area, making it a great option for families, young professionals, and recent graduates.

Bixby Knolls

Notable for its well-developed, tight-knit community, Bixby Knolls is another stunning part of the city. It's a highly walkable neighborhood, and for those who need to commute, it's not far from the 405, 91, and 710 freeways, making Bixby Knolls incredibly convenient u2013 you can get to Downtown Long Beach in no time. It's a quiet neighborhood, with good schools, delicious local eateries, and historic homes.

Use Storage Units in Long Beach for a Hassle-free Move

If you plan on relocating to Long Beach, renting a self-storage facility can help take the headache out of your move. You'll find many reliable, affordable Long Beach storage options all over the city.

Whether you're a professional moving to embark on the next part of your career, a business owner looking to expand into a thriving economy, or a student looking to attend one of the local universities, you'll want a safe rental unit to store your belongings while you get set up in your new city.

Many Long Beach storage companies offer a range of unit sizes, vehicle storage, and drive-up access, so you can focus on finding your new home without worrying about your belongings.

How much do storage units cost in Long Beach?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units inLong Beachis unit size. Larger storage units. like 10x10 and bigger, will generally cost more than smaller storage units, which range from 5x5 to 5x10 in size. Other factors that can increase self-storage prices include the storage unit amenities and special features. Self-storage facilities in Long Beach that offer additional amenities like indoor climate control, 24-hour storage access, extra security features, and added conveniences like first floor storage options and elevators tend to be more expensive than storage facilities that offer basic services.

No matter what your storage needs are, you can easily find a cheap storage unit in Long Beach. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Average Monthly Price of Self Storage in Long Beach

Based on 394 storage units in Long Beach over the past 180 days.


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Average prices last updated on 07-01-2024.
Average price of storage units by size

Find online move-in rates and specials like first month half off and first month FREE at select Long Beach, California storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in Long Beach, California for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$86.96$40.00
5 x 10$109.54$51.75
10 x 10$185.06$102.60
10 x 15$232.06$144.00
10 x 20$324.35$20.00

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Long Beach, California over the past 180 days is $141.89.

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Frequently asked questions

How many standard moving boxes can a 5 x 5 storage unit accommodate?

A 5 x 5 storage unit can typically hold around 15 - 20 regular-sized boxes. Still have questions about storage unit sizes? head over to our storage unit size guide.

What is the typical cost of a 10 x 10 storage unit?

The average price of a 10 x 10 storage unit is $185.06.

What are the benefits of renting a 5 by 10 storage unit?

The benefits of renting a 5 x 10 storage unit include flexible storage options, security for your belongings, and having additional space to reduce clutter in your home or office.

How much does it typically cost for a storage unit rental per month?

The typical cost for a storage unit rental per month can vary greatly depending on size, location, and additional amenities such as climate control. However, to give a general idea, you can expect to pay $141.89 per month.

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