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Miami, FL Self Storage Facilities Near 33169

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Top storage facilities in 33169 out of 49 facilities.

Safeguard Self Storage - Miami - Park Centre Blvd

16701 Park Centre Blvd
Miami, FL 33169
22 reviews
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access
  • Truck Access
  • 20-ft. Truck Access

Safeguard Self Storage - Miramar - Riviera Blvd

7950 Riviera Blvd
Miramar, FL 33023
14 reviews
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Truck Access
  • 20-ft. Truck Access

US Storage Centers - Miami Gardens

2765 NW 207th St
Miami Gardens, FL 33056
9 reviews
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access

Professional Storage Center

2151 Northeast 163rd Street
Miami, FL 33162
6 reviews
  • Video Cameras Onsite

Top Self Storage

5100 Northwest 167th Street
Hialeah, FL 33014
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access
6 MONTHS FREE RENT

CubeSmart Self Storage

15120 Ne 6Th Ave
Miami, FL 33162
6 reviews
  • Video Cameras Onsite
  • Electronic Gate Access

Miami Storage: At a glance

Relative Price in 33169

With a median income of $49,826 and an average price of $122.23 per month for a storage unit, renting storage for a year in 33169 Miami would require 2.9% of a median earner's annual income. When compared to the ratio between storage prices and income in ZIP codes nationwide, storage in 33169 is slightly more expensive than most others, ranking in at the 72nd percentile nationally. In comparison to other ZIP codes in Florida, storage as a percent of median income is moderately expensive, ranking in at the 58th percentile.

Storage Coverage In 33169

There are 12,843 households in 33169 Miami and approximately 665 storage units, meaning there are 0.05178 units per household. On a national scale, 33169 ranks in at the 59th percentile of units-per-household in every ZIP code, which means it should be relatively easy to find a storage unit here. 33169 has a moderately high number of storage units per household compared to other ZIP codes in Florida, ranking at the 56th percentile.

In terms of the number of people living in 33169, the ZIP code has a population of 39,353. With a total of 63,272 square feet of storage space in the ZIP, there are 1.61sqft of storage per person. This is a moderately high number of square feet per population compared to other ZIP codes nationwide, ranking in the 55th percentile. In terms of other ZIP codes in Florida, 33169 ranks at the 51st percentile, meaning it has moderately high coverage compared to other ZIP codes in the state.

Miami Storage Data

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We've scoured the corners of the world to unearth the most mind-blowing facts about Miami self-storage. Check them out below, and prepare to be amazed.

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Life in South Florida is much easier because you need much less stuff. Being more thoughtful about what you bring into your home is essential to being organized.

Sarah Nelson

Sarah Nelson

Sarah is a professional organizer at Less is More

Miami Self Storage Seasonality: Percentage of Yearly Rentals by Month

Demand for self-storage in Miami is highest in May, when 10% of all units are rented.

How many 10x20 storage units would fit into the Miami Beach Convention Center?

5,000 × Storage unit

With 1,000,000 square feet of available space, you could fit an incredible 5,000 10x20 self-storage units into the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Did you know that Miami was featured on our list of America’s Top Cities for Storage Auctions?

#16 America’s Top Cities for Storage Auctions

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How many 10x15 storage units would you need to store Miami's Four Seasons Hotel?

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12,000 × Storage unit

You'd need approximately 12,000 10x15 self-storage units to store the Four Seasons Hotel. At an average price of $160, you'd be paying about $1,920,000 a month in rent.

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Homes in South Florida don't have basements, so there's a lack of storage there. Many homes, though, do have garages, but what is stored there has to hold up in our very hot summer months.

Beth Levin

Beth Levin

Beth is a professional organizer at Closet Queen

Did you know that Miami was featured on our list of Top Self-Storage Moments In Film And Television?

#6 Top Self-Storage Moments In Film And Television

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Miami ranks 149th nationally for self-storage space per capita.

There's an estimated 10.36 square feet of storage space for every person in Miami.

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When you move, save yourself some stress by locating a storage facility that is a few miles away from your new home or office, that way picking up and dropping off what you need takes less time.

Tatiana Knight

Tatiana Knight

Tatiana is a professional organizer at Neat With Knight.

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In Florida, we are only allotted so much space and that space lacks storage, so our clutter is seen more regularly and not hidden behind door number one or door number two.

Kelly Barber

Kelly Barber

Kelly is a professional organizer at Me In Order.

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If you're planning on getting storage for those extra items, always consider a climate controlled space. Humid warm temperatures are a frequent day to day happenings in Miami.

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Javier Kawas

Javier is a professional organizer at Anthony K Lifestyle.

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#12 Best Places to Cool Off in the U.S.

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