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The biggest factor when it comes to storage unit pricing in New York is size.
Below are some montly price ranges you can expect to see in New York based on different storage unit sizes.
The overall average price of a storage unit in New York is $264.
Of those who rented self-storage in New York, most booked a 5x5 storage unit.
View all the 5x5 units that are available in New York.
Does New York student population affect self-storage prices?
Colleges and universities located in or nearby New York include Barnard College, Baruch College, City College of New York, Columbia University In The City of New York, Cuny Graduate Center, Hunter College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York University, Pace University, The New School, Touro College, Yeshiva University. College students often need storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.
How does seasonality affect New York storage prices?
Storage prices in New York tend to be somewhat volatile when compared to other cities. Prices can vary by about 79.13 monthly depending on the time of year. New York storage prices are highest in September, and lowest in May.
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