One block west of Interstate 280 and one block south of Cesar Chavez Street, this Bayview-Hunters Point Public Storage on Evans Avenue has self storage units, big and small, to tackle any storage load.
Just a few minutes from The Point, the world-renowned artists' colony at Hunters Point Shipyard, use a 5x5 storage unit to store anything from art supplies to tables, easels and canopies to use as displays during local art shows and street fairs.
Just east of U.S. Highway 101, families in Bernal Heights can use a 10x10 storage unit to pack up exercise equipment that's not getting used or an old desk, chair and bookcase when the home office gives way to a kid's bedroom.
Meanwhile, Portola-area residents can grab a 10x30 storage unit to pack up everything inside an apartment, condo or single family home when it's time to move, and the new place isn't quite ready yet.
Indoor storage units and outdoor storage units come in a wide range of sizes, and there is also the option of climate controlled storage units. Check with the property manager who lives on site or the friendly staff on hand 7 days a week about rental parking spaces for cars, trucks, boats or RVs too.
The gated storage facility also has keycode access for customers.
In an area busy with redevelopment, space in the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood can sometimes be hard to come by. If that's ever the case, call on this Public Storage for cheap storage units throughout the year.