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Best Self Storage Units in Jersey City, New Jersey of 2024

Best Self Storage Units in Jersey City, New Jersey of 2024

Book a storage unit in Jersey City, New Jersey today. Compare available unit sizes, prices, amenities, customer reviews, and other features of 125 facilities in the area.

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Public Storage - Jersey City - 133 2nd Street

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Public Storage - Jersey City - 133 2nd Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302 (2 miles away)
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Public Storage - Hoboken - 410 8th Street

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The Cost of Self Storage in Jersey City, NJ

Storage unit costs vary depending on availability and real estate costs in the area. With New Jersey City housing prices at double the national average and much higher than in the state as a whole, storage unit rentals can be fairly pricey here. The high cost of living in Jersey City also influences the price you pay for self-storage. Typically, renters pay approximately $50-$140 per month more for larger units than the state average. However, 5×5 and 5×10 units cost the same slightly less in Jersey City than the state or national averages. There are three universities in Jersey City, which can also increase the cost of storage.

Average cost of storage units in Jersey City, NJ compared to state and national averages
Size of Storage Unit City Average State Average National Average
5×5 $37 $47 $41
5×10 $58 $77 $59
10×10 $153 $122 $95
10×15 $206 $174 $113
10×20 $267 $205 $133

What to Consider when Looking for Storage in Jersey City, NJ

When you’re looking for storage for furniture, commercial supplies and seasonal items, consider how much space you’ll need. Space is a major factor when it comes to how much you pay per month. If you need to store the furniture in your entire home, for example, a climate-controlled unit prevents mildew from damaging electronics and furniture fabric. High humidity in the summer can damage wood and other sensitive materials, so you may want to invest in an air-conditioned unit if storing items year-round.

At a score of 27.1, property crime in Jersey City is lower than the state and national averages, which is good news for renters concerned for the security of their belongings. You may still want to minimize the risk of theft and burglary by asking whether video surveillance and security systems are used at the site. Gated perimeters and entry controls limit traffic inside the facility and further secure your property.

Helpful Tips for Moving to Jersey City, NJ

Located along the Upper Bay and Hudson River, Jersey City is conveniently located close to New York — its Liberty Park overlooks Ellis Island. With a population of over 265,000 people, the city can become congested during drive time. Additionally, the average one-way commute takes more than 36 minutes, compared to the U.S. average of 26.4 minutes. Plan your moving window carefully to avoid as much of the early morning and evening traffic as possible. Take the time to visit Liberty Park or enjoy sunrise along the water in this strategically situated city

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