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American Mini Warehouses - 3936 Commercial Avenue
Superior Storage - Madison (Point Storage) - 3690 Commerce Drive
FreeUp Storage MadisonMadison WI 537186.2 miles away
Security Self Storage - Madison - 510 Rolfsmeyer Dr - 510 Rolfsmeyer Drive
GP Self Storage, 4301 - 4301 Nakoosa Trail
Stoughton Self Storage - 212 Hoel Avenue
First Choice Storage - 515 Marshview Drive
Store More Storage - Mcfarland - 4712 Terminal Drive - 4712 Terminal Drive
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618 Struck St Madison, WI 53719

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3017 Dairy Dr Madison, WI 53718

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4302 Commercial Ave Madison, WI 53714

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6802 Seybold Rd Madison, WI 53719

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1451 E Main St Stoughton, WI 53589

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Your Must-Have Guide to Moving to Madison, WI

Known as the "City of Four Lakes," or more colloquially, "Madtown," Madison, WI is a thriving hub that regularly ranks as one of America's best cities to live in. What makes Madison so amazing? As the capital of the great Badger State, Madison is a vibrant city full of economic opportunity, top-ranked schools, and seemingly unlimited activities to entertain locals. Yes, there's a whole lot to love about Madison. Discover why it might be the next best spot for you to call home.

Living in Madison is Fun and Rewarding

Gourmands will adore Madison because Wisconsin is "America's Dairyland." This is where to find some of the best artisan cheeses out there (plus some seriously high-quality butter, milk, and of course, ice cream!). But it's not just cheese. Madison's restaurants are next level, with many featuring farm-to-table produce. Along with dairy, Wisconsin is famed for its beer (Miller, Pabst, or Schlitz, anyone?), and today, Madison boasts some outstanding breweries and cider producers.

Stretch your legs and head to gorgeous parks like the Olbrich Botanical Gardens and James Madison Park. If you have a boat, head out onto one of the city's lakes during spring and summer, when the weather dips, there are loads of Madison storage unit facilities available for boat storage. The city is packed with world-class museums, festivals, and concerts. There's always something going on in Madison. It's easy to get around, too, bike, walk or take public transport anywhere you need to go.

For college sports fans, catch the Badgers playing D-1 football at Camp Randall Stadium. As one of the largest research schools in the U.S., the University of Wisconsin-Madison offers over 200 majors for undergraduates and has one of the most beautiful campuses in the country. Madison does get cold, so if you're planning on moving to Madtown, you'll want to invest in quality winter wear!

There's No Shortage of Economic Opportunities in Madison

With flourishing industries like agriculture, healthcare, education, technology, manufacturing, and bioscience, Madison is a terrific place for recent grads and young professionals to take the next step in their careers. The city is considered an "untapped" spot for startups, so take note, budding entrepreneurs! Madison is more than the next hot tech hub. Hundreds of small businesses contribute to the local economy, your business could be one of them!

If you have storage needs when setting up your business, Madison storage units are widely available around town. Whether you need business storage for documents or require a secure place to keep merchandise off-site, there's a Madison self-storage facility for you.

The Best Neighborhoods to Move to in Madison, WI

These are the top areas to consider when relocating to Madison.

Willy Street/Marquette

Keen to live in Madtown's trendiest neighborhood? Head down to Willy Street/Marquette. With its laid-back vibe, hip eateries, cafes, and local shops where you can always pick up something unique, Willy Street is the ideal spot for young professionals. Thanks to local parks like James Madison Park and its proximity to Lake Monona, it's popular with families, too.


Another popular neighborhood with families and professionals, Wexford is a little quieter compared to other parts of town, which can feel a bit like a college town at times. It has a wonderful blend of urban and suburban, with a tight-knit community ideal for raising your kids in a supportive, thriving environment. The schools in Wexford are excellent, too, which makes it our top pick for families looking to settle in Madison.


Families looking for access to some of Madison's best schools and parks should consider moving to Dudgeon-Monroe. As one of the city's most sought-after areas, you can bet Dudgeon-Monroe has it all. Fabulous restaurants and cafes, no need for a car, close to Lake Wingra, and a host of local shops, you'll have everything you need in Dudgeon-Monroe. It's even close to Downtown Madison, making your work commute a breeze!

Frequently asked questions

What can you store in a 5x5 storage unit in Madison, WI?

With 200 cubic feet of storage space, a 5x5 storage unit will hold between 5-8 boxes or smaller furniture items from a dorm room or studio apartment. To visualize a 5x5 storage unit, think of it as similar to a small walk-in closet or pantry.

Are there 24-hour access storage units located in Madison, WI?

Many storage facilities in Madison, WI now offer the added convenience of 24 hour access to their storage units. Make sure you double check by calling the facility or checking access hours online before reserving.

Do storage facilities in Madison, WI have units with electricity?

No, most storage facilities in Madison do not have self storage units with electricity. Facilities that are newer and have indoor, climate controlled storage units are more likely to have electrical plugs, but be sure to check the facility listing for specific amenity details.

Can I work out of storage units in Madison, WI?

Some storage facilities in Madison do allow you to use a storage unit as an office space, but it depends on the specific facility's policies. Some do explicitly offer storage spaces for commercial use, but you'll need to talk to the storage facility manager before setting up an office in your storage unit.

What does a 10x20 storage unit hold in Madison, WI?

Most renters in Madison will be able to fit the contents of a 3 to 4 bedroom house in a 10x20 storage unit. This means multiple mattress sets, dressers, desks, couches, dining room furniture, large appliances and many boxes. A 10x20 storage unit is also the recommended size for vehicle storage.
How much do storage units cost in Madison, Wisconsin?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units in Madison, Wisconsin is 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 Madison, Wisconsin 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 Madison, Wisconsin. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

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

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$69.53$66.64
5 x 10$109.63$72.43
10 x 10$106.97$84.17
10 x 15$146.07$126.07
10 x 20$152.52$132.10

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Madison, Wisconsin over the past 180 days is $107.88.

Data for the cheapest self-storage unit is updated every 15 minutes.

Madison Self-Storage: At A Glance

Does Madison student population affect self-storage prices?

Colleges and universities located in or nearby Madison include Edgewood College. College students often need self-storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.

How does seasonality affect Madison self-storage prices?

Storage prices in Madison tend to be somewhat volatile when compared to other cities. Prices can vary by about $61.67 monthly depending on the time of year. Madison self-storage prices are highest inDecember, and lowest in February.

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