Store Space Self Storage in Albany, Georgia

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  • Reserve or Rent a Unit Online 
  • No Credit Card, No Obligations 
  • Storage Units in Albany 

Storage Units in Albany, GA

Store Space is happy to have a home in Albany, so we can bring everyone in the area easy, convenient and affordable storage solutions!

We are “Storage That Cares” about giving you a worry-free rental experience. Just visit our website or give us a call to rent a unit from anywhere. You can also stop by any of our facilities and find a unit with our storage professionals.

Visit our Albany locations at the addresses below, and visit our store pages to see what’s available.


Store Space Storage Facilities in Albany

Everyone could use more room. Whether you need space during a big move, life event or office relocation—we have the perfect storage solution. Business owners, renters and homeowners will find the right unit at Store Space.

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

Store Space Albany

Store Space Self Storage Albany at 1512-7 Gillionville Rd – We’re easy to find in western Albany near the intersection of Gillionville Rd. and North Magnolia St. Our facility offers drive-up storage units for anyone in the area. Visit us in-store, make a Touchless Rental online or call 833-786-7366 for more info about Albany storage units. 

Features and amenities at this location include:

  • Drive-Up Storage Units
  • Indoor Vehicle Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • Enhanced Cleaning Protocols
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • 10% Discount For Active Military & Veterans
  • Gate Access 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Daily
  • Office Open 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Weekdays

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


Types of Storage Available in Albany

We want you to find the perfect unit, so we offer a range of unit sizes and premium amenities. Our units can range from 5 ft. by 5 ft. all the way up to 10 ft. by 20 ft. The smaller units can be used for seasonal storage or extra boxes, and our largest units can hold the contents of a whole house. 

Our most popular sizes include:

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can fit outdoor goods, decorations, seasonal storage, small furniture, boxes and bins
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can fit the contents of a one-bedroom apartment, furniture
  • Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. (200 sq. ft.) great for large furniture, appliances, inventory, warehousing needs 

Climate-controlled storage units

Go to Store Space Albany and rent one of our climate-controlled storage units. Not only do these units have regulated temperatures, they also allow for easy access. Keep your most sensitive items like furniture, electronics, paper and antiques safe and sound.

Drive-up storage units

Standard drive-up storage units are perfect for those who are looking to access their unit often. These units are convenient because you can simply drive right up to your storage unit to either load or unload your items.

 Radium Springs Gardens in Albany, GARadium Springs Gardens in Albany, GA, is one of the state's Seven Wonders!

What we like about Albany

When you hear “Albany,” chances are you think of the capital of New York State. But we’re talking about Albany, Georgia.

Sitting on the Flint River, Albany has beautiful waterfront views, fascinating history, endless entertainment, and even one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders. That's part of why we consider Albany, GA a great place to live

Here are some of our favorite things about Albany!


Albany was first inhabited by Creek Indians who called the area “Thronateeska,” meaning “the place where flint is picked up.” The river which flows through Albany was eventually named the Flint River.  

Nelson Tift then founded the city of Albany in 1836, and guess what he named the city after? Albany, New York—he was hoping the town would prosper just like the capital of New York state.

Railroads came to Albany in the early 1900s, and eventually, seven railroads passed through the city’s Union Station. This station is now standing as a historical center.

Albany has changed a lot in almost 200 years. But, it has also embraced its past by preserving historical sites and creating museums for everyone to experience.

Flint River

Albany sits on the bank of the Flint River, a very precious natural resource of Southwest Georgia. It covers 220 undammed miles, making it one of 40 rivers in the U.S. that flow unimpeded more than 200 miles. It’s also one of the most ecologically diverse river basins in the Southeast.

Why is the Flint River so important? Easy question: it has had a major influence on the city of Albany. Currently, the city is redeveloping the downtown area to highlight the Flint River. The views are also stunning, just visit the Riverfront Park and Riverfront Trail to see for yourself.  

One of the most popular attractions in all of Albany is the Flint RiverQuarium. It is a 175,000 gallon, 22-foot deep Blue Hole Spring with more than 120 sea creatures and interactive exhibits including an alligator kingdom and even an aviary.

Historical Sites and Culture

Explore Albany’s rich history and visit Ray Charles Plaza. You can hear the songs of musical icon Ray Charles, a.k.a. the Genius, and watch as a life-size sculpture rotates to the music.  

The Thronateeska Heritage Center is on the only brick street left in Albany, and it includes the Science Museum, Wetherbee Planetarium and History Museum. You can also check out the Civil Rights institute or Albany Museum of Art for more unique experiences in Albany.

What Else to Do in Albany

If you’re looking for a little adventure, Albany doesn’t disappoint.

Albany is home to one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders. Radium Springs Gardens has an underground cave that pumps 70,000 gallons of water per minute. While exploring the park, you’ll see amazing crystal-clear water views and plenty of plant life.   

The Chehaw Park and Zoo is also a must-see. Find a variety of exotic and local animals, including alligators, birds, cheetahs and even some insects. With exhibits, animal feedings, and keeper talks, you get an up-close and personal experience with these creatures.


Everyone has to eat, right? So why not enjoy some of the best dining in Albany. Whether you’re looking for some fresh seafood, southern soul cuisine, Mexican or even Jamaican, you can find some great grub in Albany.

If you’re in the mood for some seafood, you’re in the right place. Stop in The Catch and eat some crab cakes with the locals or visit Albany Fish Company for some po boys, fried oysters, or catfish.

You can find upscale southern cooking at The Flint, pizza and sandwiches at Harvest Moon, or tasty tacos and more at Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant. The options are endless, and everything is tasty!


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions below. You can always reach out to any of our locations or Care Center at 833-786-7366 if you have questions not answered here.

Q: How much is a storage unit in Albany, GA?

A: The price of a storage unit in Albany depends on location, unit size and amenities. But, at Store Space, we shop the competition daily to ensure you get our best deal. Check our store pages for rates and promotions. 

Q: What size storage unit do I need in Albany, GA?

A: The size of storage unit you need depends on what you’re planning to store. If you just need a space for extra boxes, a 5 ft. by 5 ft. unit will probably work. If you’re looking for a unit to keep large furniture and appliances or business inventory, you may need a 10 ft. by 20 ft. unit or bigger. 

Q: Do I need a climate-controlled storage unit in Albany?

A: We suggest renting a climate-controlled storage unit if you plan to store items that could be damaged by humidity or drastic temperature changes. Items like furniture, electronics, paper and antiques should be in a temperature-regulated unit. Find more information on our climate-controlled storage page. 

Q: Is it illegal to live in a storage unit in Albany, GA?

A: Yes, it is illegal to live in a storage unit! It’s also against local housing laws and is extremely dangerous. 

Q: Why do you need a heated storage unit in Albany?

A: You may want to consider opting for a heated storage unit if Albany typically experiences cooler or wetter seasons or a colder climate in general. A storage unit with heating can help keep items warm and dry or help prevent liquids from freezing. Additionally, heated storage units can be useful when trying to mitigate mold or mildew build-up.

Q: Is it mandatory to have insurance on a storage unit in Albany?

A: For your protection and benefits, we recommend that all items kept in self-storage have insurance and a lock on the unit. Storage unit insurance typically safeguards your items against accidents and other occurrences, such as fire or natural disasters. This means that should the worst happen, you can lessen the potential financial burden caused by any damages.

Q: How can I pay for my self-storage unit?

A: We understand that simplicity and convenience are key when it comes to paying for your self-storage unit. To make it easy for you, we provide multiple payment options. You can choose to receive invoices either by mail or electronically, whichever suits you best. Our MyStorage Portal offers a user-friendly platform for online payments. If you prefer a more personal touch, you can make payments in person at the storage facility with the help of our knowledgeable store employees or by using our self-service kiosk.

What’s Next?

Store Space is another great thing about Albany. With premium features and amenities at unbeatable rates, we’ve got your storage needs covered.

We have a location in Albany, in Georgia, and many other facilities around the U.S.! Find your nearest Store Space with our storage finder.

We care about Albany!

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