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Public Storage - Reno - 200 Telegraph Street - 200 Telegraph Street

Public Storage - Reno - 200 Telegraph Street

Reno NV 89502|2.3 miles away

Richards Place Self Storage - 1939 Richards Place

Richards Place Self Storage

Sparks NV 89431|3.6 miles away

Public Storage - Reno - 200 Telegraph StreetReno NV 895022.3 miles away
Desert Highlands Mini Storage - Shield Storage - 5900 South Los Altos Parkway

Desert Highlands Mini Storage - Shield Storage

Sparks NV 89436|7.5 miles away

Our City Storage - 2975 Northtowne Lane

Our City Storage

Reno NV 89512|2.5 miles away

Public Storage - Reno - 1295 Selmi Drive - 1295 Selmi Drive

Public Storage - Reno - 1295 Selmi Drive

Reno NV 89512|2.2 miles away

CubeSmart Self Storage - Sparks - 1060 Freeport Blvd - 1060 Freeport Boulevard

CubeSmart Self Storage - Sparks - 1060 Freeport Blvd

Sparks NV 89431|3.1 miles away

Sun Valley Stor It - Shield Storage - 5225 Sun Valley Boulevard

Sun Valley Stor It - Shield Storage

Sun Valley NV 89433|4 miles away

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What to Expect When Moving to Reno, NV

More and more people are relocating to the gorgeous state of Nevada. With its low cost of living, lack of state taxes, and a climate that fosters business growth, it comes as no surprise. While some folks flock to the bright lights of Vegas and nearby Henderson, many are choosing to move to Reno, the third-largest city in the Silver State. With so much to offer residents, it's easy to see why so many people are looking to call Reno home.

Locals Adore Life in Reno. Here's Why You Will, Too

While its casinos are what draw many outsiders to the "Biggest Little City in the World," there's much more to Reno than gambling. Reno is an exciting, cosmopolitan city with a world-class, diverse food scene, cool up-and-coming craft breweries, distilleries, and an impressive line-up of cultural experiences to discover.

Reno has a significant arts scene and is home to many galleries, public art installations, and murals. Each July, the city hosts the Artown Festival, a month-long event that sees artists, musicians, performers, dancers, and other creatives show off their talents in hundreds of events around the city. It's truly a culture vulture's dream. You'll also find plenty of museums in Reno, including the Nevada Museum of Art, the Discovery Science Museum, the National Automobile Museum, and many more.

Reno is about an hour away from Lake Tahoe, which is a perfect nearby escape where you can swim or boat on the lake, or head up one of the many scenic trails surrounding it. It's a real treat to have so much close at hand, particularly for young families who want their kids to have easy access to the great outdoors.

Take Part in Reno's Flourishing Local Economy

Like Las Vegas, Reno's main industries are gambling, casinos, tourism, and hospitality. There are also many employment opportunities in the healthcare, education, and high-tech sectors. In fact, companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Tesla have sites in Reno.

You'll flourish in Nevada as a small business owner. The Silver State boasts a low cost of living and doesn't have corporate income tax, personal income tax, inventory tax, or franchise tax.

When setting up your business, you may want to consider renting storage units in Reno. It's an easy, safe, and affordable way to keep everything from your stock to documents, furniture, and other business items stored as you get started. There are many storage spaces available throughout Reno, with most offering gate access and drive-up access for additional convenience.

These are the Reno Neighborhoods Locals Prefer to Live in

Here are a few of Reno's most sought-after neighborhoods among families and professionals.

Old Southwest Reno

This is a historic neighborhood located just southwest of downtown Reno. It is known for its charming homes, tree-lined streets, and proximity to local parks and shopping centers. The area is also home to the Reno Riverwalk District, which is a popular destination for dining and entertainment.

South Reno

This is a suburban area located just south of the city center. It is known for its good schools, parks, and shopping centers. The area is also home to several golf courses and outdoor recreation areas like Lake Tahoe and Mount Rose.

Downtown Reno

This is the heart of Reno's downtown area and is known for its vibrant arts and culture scene, local shops and restaurants, and outdoor attractions like the Truckee Riverwalk and Wingfield Park. The area is also home to several casinos and entertainment venues.

Northwest Reno

This is a growing neighborhood located just west of downtown Reno. It is known for its affordable housing options, good schools, and proximity to shopping centers and outdoor recreation areas like the Peavine Trail.

West University

This is a residential area located just west of the University of Nevada, Reno. It is known for its historic homes, tree-lined streets, and proximity to local parks and shopping centers.

How much do storage units cost in Reno?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units inRenois 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 Reno 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 Reno. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Average Monthly Price of Self Storage in Reno

Based on 332 storage units in Reno over the past 180 days.


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Average prices last updated on 04-01-2024.
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 Reno, Nevada storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in Reno, Nevada for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$47.53$25.00
5 x 10$82.12$39.00
10 x 10$119.63$45.00
10 x 15$138.22$59.00
10 x 20$191.90$113.00

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Reno, Nevada over the past 180 days is $94.30.

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Frequently asked questions

Are 10 x 30 storage units safe for storing valuable items?

Yes, provided that the storage facilities maintain high standards for security. This could include 24/7 onsite management, individual unit alarms and robust locks that can't easily be tampered with.

Who buys the contents of abandoned storage units?

The contents of abandoned storage units are often bought by entrepreneurs who specialize in buying and reselling used items.

Can the size of a storage unit affect its price?

Absolutely. The rental price of storage units usually increases with size.

What is the average cost of a storage unit in the U.S?

The average cost of a storage unit in the us varies based on size, location, and additional services. However the present average in Reno is $94.30.

Reno Self-Storage: At A Glance

Does Reno student population affect self-storage prices?

Colleges and universities located in or nearby Reno include University of Nevada, Reno. College students often need self-storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.

How does seasonality affect Reno self-storage prices?

Storage prices in Reno tend to be somewhat volatile when compared to other cities. Prices can vary by about $23.76 monthly depending on the time of year. Reno self-storage prices are highest inNovember, and lowest in May.

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