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Storage Units in Wilmington, DE

As the Corporate Capital of the World, Wilmington knows the meaning of the word “professional.” At Store Space, our storage professionals provide world-class service for anyone needing affordable self-storage solutions in Wilmington, Delaware.

We are Storage That Cares about providing you with the best storage experience. It takes just minutes to make a Touchless Rental online or by phone, or to make a same-day rental in-person at any location, using our kiosk or with the assistance of our trained store managers.


Store Space Storage Facilities in Wilmington

Storage is a useful resource for homeowners, renters and businesses alike. The need for storage can arise unexpectedly, or creep up on you over time. Either way, it’s good to know that storage can solve most inconveniences.

Visit any of our offices for a tour, or give us a call for rentals, hours and store info. 

Store Space Wilmington 

Store Space Wilmington at 4601 N Market St  – Choose from a wide selection of affordable, climate-controlled or drive-up storage units. We are located in north Wilmington, near Northwest Wilmington, Brandywine Hills and Pennyhill. Adjacent to Forman Miles, we’re easily accessible from Governor Printz Boulevard (US-13), Edgemoor Road, Shipley Road/East Lea Boulevard, and Washington Boulevard. Call us at 302-387-4700 for questions or to rent storage in Wilmington. 

Features and sizes at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage
  • Drive-Up Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
  • Self-Service Rental Kiosk
  • Fully Stocked Office with Packing and Moving Supplies

If you want to know more about the types of storage we offer and what makes us love Wilmington, keep reading!


Types of Storage Available in Wilmington

We offer a range of unit sizes and amenities to ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for. Our smallest units can be used for furnishings and boxes, and our largest units can fit the contents of a whole house. Our most popular sizes include:

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can fit sporting goods, holiday decorations, seasonal storage, small furniture, multiple boxes
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can hold contents of a one-bedroom apartment, furniture
  • Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. ( 200 sq. ft.) ideal for household storage (furniture, appliances, big items), business inventory

What we like about Wilmington

From humble beginnings as the first Swedish settlement in the U.S. to becoming the self-proclaimed corporate capital of the world, Wilmington has definitely had a unique journey. It’s the largest city in Delaware with 70,000 residents and is part of the Delaware Valley, which includes the Greater Philadelphia metro and encompasses portions of four states (Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Maryland).

The city consists of many neighborhoods, both distinctive and historic in their own right. There are nine historic districts in Wilmington, including Quaker Hill (founded by, you guessed it, Quakers, in the early 18th century), Old Swedes Church and more.  

Here are some of the things you need to know about the city that sits at the confluence of Brandywine Creek and Christina River. 

Past to Present

The region was first home to the Lenape people, who farmed, hunted and fished, and later traded pelts with the area’s first settlers. By the early 17th century, Swedish ships landed in the area, hoping to establish a colony in North America. Fort Christina was built in 1638 as the first Swedish settlement. The Dutch were also interested in the area and, after several battles, took control in 1655. Dutch control lasted almost a decade until the English took control of the region in 1664.

The British colonized the area and named it Wilmington in 1739. British troops remained in the area until 1778. After the Revolutionary War, Éleuthère Irénée du Pont emigrate from France and set up a gunpowder manufacturing mill nearby. His company, DuPont, became a major military supplier and the area during the Civil War, as it also became a hub for shipbuilding and other goods.

The area once again prospered during the first and second world wars, peaking at a population of over 120,000 in the 1940s. After World War II, a decline in jobs and increased suburbanization led to a steep drop in population. It wasn’t until the 1980s when state laws changed and banks began moving into the area that Wilmington became a major banking headquarters for the world, with many top brands based within the city.

The city was once known for its high crime rate and while it’s been improving in recent years, it’s still rated D+ on Areas nearest downtown and the riverfront are considered the highest crime areas.


As part of four-state Delaware Valley, there are many colleges and universities relatively close to Wilmington. Wilmington University is just south of town in New Castle. Delaware State University has a Wilmington Campus, as do the University of Delaware and Springfield College. Eton University and for-profit Strayer University, plus several smaller schools and technical colleges, are nearby, as well as the home of Provident University, a prominent online school.

Philadelphia, about 30 miles to the northeast, is home to about 55 universities and colleges, including 46 private, two public, and several community colleges.

Primary education in the area includes several highly rated charter schools, including the Charter School of Wilmington and the Newark Charter School, plus Cab Calloway School of the Arts and Conrad Schools of Science.  

Culture and Arts 

The city has many ethnic festivals in spring and summer months, celebrating the diversity of the city’s population, including Italian, Greek and Polish. Haneef's African Festival and Big August Quarterly are two of the main festivals celebrating the city’s African American majority.

The Clifford Brown Jazz Festival, the People’s Festival (a tribute to Bob Marley, who once lived in Wilmington), and the Riverfront Blues Festival are the area’s top music festivals. 

Check out the Delaware Art Museum for American art spanning more than two centuries, plus contemporary art, sculptures and more.  

Sports & Recreation

Some of the NBA’s up-and-coming stars can be seen competing for the Delaware Blue Coats in the G League at Chase Fieldhouse. The Wilmington Blue Rocks, five-time minor league baseball champions, play at Frawley Stadium. The Delaware Black Foxes play rugby at Eden Park, while the Bearfight FC of Wilmington is a USASA soccer team.

Run by the state, Wilmington State Parks are Brandywine Park, including the Brandywine Zoo, Alapocas Woods Natural Area, H. Fletcher Brown Park, and Rockford Park. The city operates 55 parks and rec facilities in the area. 

Runners can choose between a number of long races throughout the year, including 15K Delaware Distance Classic, the Caesar Rodney Half Marathon, and the Run for the Buds 1/2 Marathon, 1/2 Marathon Relay, and 5K Run/Walk.

Professional cyclists gather for the Wilmington Grand Prix, a time trial, criterium races, a community ride and a distance event held annually in May. 


Foodies flock to La Fia bistro on Market Street for seasonal and sustainable meals, from small plates to pastas and entrees. Seafood also takes center stage in Wilmington, with Big Fish Grill, Harry’s Savoy Grill and Feby’s Fishery among the highest regarded.   

Italian fans should check out Mrs. Robino’s Restaurant or Cafe Napoli. Fried chicken enthusiasts should check out Walt’s Chicken Express at either one of their two locations. When the weather is warm, don’t miss Constitution Yards Beer Garden, an outdoor hangout with bocce ball, axe throwing, televised sports, live music and much more. 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We understand you have questions, so we’ve answered some of the most common ones below. If your question is not answered here, you can always reach out to any of our facilities or our Care Center at 833-786-7366.

Q: What items need climate-controlled storage in Wilmington?

A: Depending on the climate in your area, climate-controlled storage may make sense for your storage needs. If you are storing electronics, furniture, battery-operated devices, appliances, or photos, you might want to consider a climate-controlled storage unit.

Q: Do all storage units require insurance in Wilmington?

A: In order to safeguard your belongings, we recommend that all storage unit renters maintain an insurance policy. By ensuring that your items are covered, you’ll be able to have even greater peace of mind and potentially save money should any damage occur.

Q: What payment options are available for self-storage?

A: You have multiple convenient payment methods to choose from. You can receive invoices via mail or electronically, and make payments online through the user-friendly MyStorage Portal. If you prefer traditional methods, you can pay by mail or phone, or visit the storage facility and pay in person with the help of a store employee. For a seamless experience, you can even set up autopay on the MyStorage Portal, where your monthly payments will be automatically deducted from your account on the first of each month.

Q: How do I know what unit size to choose in Wilmington?

A: When it comes to choosing a unit size in Wilmington, self-storage facilities provide a variety of options to meet your storage needs. Units are usually categorized as small, medium, and large, with multiple configurations available within each category. To determine the most suitable size for your belongings, it's essential to consider what you plan to store. Our size guide can serve as a useful resource to assist you in making an informed decision.

Q: How much is a storage unit in Wilmington, DE?

A: The cost of storage units can vary by size of unit, amenities, features and more. Fortunately, we post all of our web rates on our store pages so you can see our lowest prices and move-in specials!

Q: What can fit in a 5x5 storage unit?

A: A 5 ft. by 5 ft. storage unit holds a piece of upright furniture, boxes, seasonal items. Stack items (safely!) to take advantage of the unit’s height.

Q: How big is a 5x10 storage unit?

A: A 5 ft. by 10 ft. storage unit is about the size of a walk-in closet and can hold the contents of a bedroom or similarly sized room.

Q: What can I fit in a 10x10 storage unit?

A: A 10 ft. by 10 ft. storage unit is half the size of a single-car garage and can be used to hold the contents of a 1- to 2-bedroom apartment, with furniture.


What’s Next?

If Wilmington is in your future, it’s important to know a little more about the city you might be calling home. It’s also important to know about options for storage.

Security is a big deal at Store Space, that’s why we offer first-class features to give you peace of mind. Our facilities are always well-lit, and have 24-hour video camera coverage. Plus, our facilities can only be accessed with personalized access codes.

It’s never been easier to rent a storage unit with Store Space. Just call, click or visit one of our facilities. We never charge a security deposit, and our month-to-month leases make it not only easy, but convenient!

On top of that, our offices are always fully stocked with any packing or moving supplies you may need including: boxes, tape, packing peanuts (not for snacking), mattress covers, china protectors and more.

Find your nearest facility with our storage finder. We care about Wilmington!

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