Store Space Self Storage in Indianapolis, Indiana

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Storage Units in Indianapolis, IN

The search for storage units in Indianapolis doesn't need to take you 500 miles around in a circle. Just make a pit stop at your local Store Space Self Storage for the premium features you deserve, but at prices you can afford.

Our facilities offer a wide range of storage options, including climate-controlled storage units, vehicle storage, indoor storage and much more. All our facilities are secure and watched by security cameras, and with monthly leases, you can rent for exactly as long as you need.

Not only that, it's easy to rent the way you want. Stop in to use our self-service kiosk, talk to our in-store managers, or even click or call for a secure Touchless Rental.

Visit our Indianapolis locations at the addresses below or click over to our store pages to see what’s available.

 

Indianapolis Store Space Facilities

Whether you're a homeowner or renter being crowded out of house and home by all your stuff, or a small business owner in dire need of additional inventory space, we have a wide variety of units to accommodate all your needs, and your budget!

 

Garfield Park – Madison Avenue

Store Space Self Storage at 2715 Madison Ave. – Look for us off Madison Avenue between Southern Avenue and East Troy, by O'Reilly Auto Parts and Planet Fitness. Come see us in-store, make a Touchless Rental online, or call 317-900-4366 to rent storage units in Indianapolis' Garfield Park neighborhood. 

Features and amenities at this facility include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Drive-Up Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Indoor Vehicle Storage up to 40 ft.
  • Secure Outdoor Vehicle Parking up to 30 ft.
  • Local Neighborhood U-Haul Dealer
  • Drive-In Loading Bays
  • Unit Sizes From 5 by 5 to 15 by 50
  • ADA Accessible Storage Units & Parking
  • Moving and Packing Supplies Sold In-Store


Riverside – West 29th Street

Store Space Self Storage at 1426 W 29th Street – We are between East Riverside Drive and North Harding Street, close to Riverside High School and Taggart Park. Come see us in-store, make a Touchless Rental online, or call 317-900-4585 to rent storage units in Indianapolis' Riverside neighborhood. 

Features and amenities at this facility include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Drive-Up Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Secure Vehicle Parking up to 40 ft. 
  • Local Neighborhood U-Haul Dealer
  • Unit Sizes From 5 by 5 to 10 by 30
  • ADA Accessible Storage Units & Parking
  • Moving and Packing Supplies Sold In-Store


Indianapolis Suburbs – Carmel 

Store Space Self Storage located in Carmel at 147 W Carmel Dr – We’re conveniently located just minutes from the Carmel Arts and Design District. Come see us in-store, make a Touchless Rental online, or call 317-483-8800 to rent storage units in Carmel. 

Features and amenities at this facility include:

  • Drive-Up Storage Units
  • Secure Vehicle Parking up to 20 ft. 
  • Unit Sizes From 5 by 10 to 10 by 35
  • ADA Accessible & Parking
  • Moving and Packing Supplies Sold In-Store

 

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


 

Types of Storage Available

We understand that even a few boxes can make the difference between feeling cramped and crowded, no matter what size place you call home. We also know that businesses of all sizes can benefit from additional storage, whether it's for offsite record-keeping, inventory or equipment storage.

We offer a wide range of storage unit sizes, with the amenities you're looking for:

  • Small Storage Units (often less than 100 sq. ft.) – These are great for multiple boxes, as well as a piece or two of furniture. Most popular: 5x5 and 5x10.
  • Medium Storage Units (often between 100 and 150 sq. ft.) – Can hold the contents of a small apartment, including furniture. Most popular: 10x10 and 10x15.
  • Large Storage Units (more than 150 sq. ft.) – Larger homes and business inventory fit well in these units. Most popular: 10x20 and larger.
  • Secure Vehicle Storage (up to 40 ft. in length) – Great for campers, RVs, boats, trailers, cars, even work trucks.

 

Climate Controlled Storage Units

Humidity can be the enemy of items stored for a long period of time (or stored incorrectly), which is why we offer climate-controlled storage at our Indianapolis self-storage locations. By regulating the temperature of these units year-round, the damage done to sensitive items like furniture, fabrics, electronics and other media, can be largely mitigated.

Indoor Storage Units

Our climate-controlled storage units are inside an enclosed building, which protects visitors from the outdoor weather. Indoor storage units are often behind a restricted access point, adding another layer of security as well.

Drive Up Storage Units

As the name suggests, drive-up storage is easily accessible by car or truck. Just drive up to the unit, roll up the door and voila, you're ready to load or unload at your storage unit. Visit our Carmel and Madison Avenue location for drive-up units.

Vehicle Storage

There's so much to enjoy in Indiana, from camping and hiking to fishing and boating to off-roading, and so much more. But maybe the idea of finding a safe place to store your power toys in the off-season or between adventures has prevented you from pulling the trigger?

No more! Your Indianapolis Store Space facilities offer a wide range of vehicle storage options for cars, trucks, RVs, boats and more. Take advantage of our low rates and monthly rentals to get the storage you need, when you need it.

Car Storage

If you've got more cars than garage space and are dreading the idea of keeping your cars parked on the street, it's time to invest in car storage. Whether you're a car collector or just saving the family minivan until your teenager comes of driving age, Indianapolis Store Space facilities have the car storage you need.

Cars and most trucks fit in 10x20 drive-up storage units. Outdoor vehicle storage can also be used, which secured in a gated section of the facility. Drive-up storage is available in Carmel and Madison Avenue and gated outdoor parking is available at all Indianapolis locations, including West 29th Street.

Motorcycle Storage

Except for the most hardcore riders, motorcycles are limited to three seasons in Indiana. Roll into any of our drive-up storage units to keep your ride protected from the elements when you're not on the road. Visit our Carmel and Madison Avenue locations for drive-up units that can be used for motorcycle storage.

Tip: Side by sides can also be stored in drive-up units 10x15 or larger.

Boat Storage

Getting out on the water is a passion, but the weather can be a limiting factor in enjoying all of Indiana's waterways. Don't try to store your boat your paddleboard in your apartment or your ski boat in your garage! Just sail over to Carmel and Madison Avenue for drive-up storage (personal watercraft up to 7 ft. tall). Gated outdoor parking for boat storage is available at all Indianapolis Store Space locations, including West 29th Street.

Tip: Make sure to include your trailer's length and added height when booking storage.

Recreational Vehicles

It's no surprise that Indiana's license plates once sported the phrase "wander" since there are so many great places to travel both in-state and throughout the Midwest (and beyond).

Whether you've got a small pop-up camper, a 40-ft. fifth wheel or an RV, Store Space has a wide range of RV storage solutions at our Indianapolis locations, including Carmel and West 29th Street. Our Madison Avenue location has the added benefit of indoor climate-controlled storage for larger vehicles!

Tip: When measuring a trailer, make sure to include the tongue in the overall length.


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What we Like About Indianapolis

Even for those who know next to nothing about auto racing, just uttering the phrase "Indy" brings to mind The Greatest Spectacle in Racing. That's right, the Indianapolis 500 is synonymous with the city that has hosted the event since 1911 (OK, technically it's in Speedway, IN).

It also signals the start of summer, since the 500-mile race is traditionally held on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend.

But there's so much more to Indianapolis than just The Brickyard. Let's explore some of the best that Indy has to offer.

Sports

When it comes to sports, the Indianapolis 500 still takes top billing. With an official seating capacity in excess of 250,000 (and upwards of 100,000 more in the infield), the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest sporting venue in the world. Part of the spectacle is the tradition, including the Yard of Bricks at the start/finish line, the bottle of milk awaiting the victor, and "Back Home Again in Indiana." Of course, there are really fast cars, too!

The city also hosts three major professional sports teams, the Pacers (NBA), the Colts (NFL), and the Fever (WNBA). The city also is home to the Indians, the second-oldest professional minor-league baseball team in the country.

Hinkle Fieldhouse, on the campus of Butler University, is another must-attend venue. Dubbed "Indiana's Basketball Cathedral," Hinkle hosted the Indiana High School Basketball Championship game from 1928 to 1971. It was there that Milan High School defeated Muncie Central High School in 1954 (a game later immortalized in the movie Hoosiers).

Speaking of Butler, the Bulldogs are perennial contenders in NCAA Division I basketball, runners up in both 2010 and 2011.

The Jaguars of IUPUI also competes in D-I athletics and the campus is home to Indiana University Natatorium, which has the largest seating capacity of any indoor pool in the U.S. 

Culture & Arts

With more than 54,000 works from Africa, America, Asia and Europe, the Indianapolis Museum of Art boasts the 8th-largest collection of art in the United States. Together with Fairbanks Park, The Garden, Lilly House, and the Elder Greenhouse, the campus is collectively known as Newfields, A Place for Nature and the Arts. Don't miss Robert Indiana's iconic LOVE piece!

Also important on the scene is the Indianapolis Arts Center in Broad Ripple. Designed by architect Michael Graves, the distinctive building is home to art classes and camps, an art center marketplace, exhibits and much more.

One of the top destinations in Indianapolis is Mass Ave, a five-block area with theaters, restaurants, art galleries and eclectic boutiques. A fixture just northeast of downtown, Mass Ave rivals Fletcher Place and Broad Ripple for the attention of residents and visitors alike.  

Another hometown favorite is the Kurt Vonnegut Museum and Library, dedicated to the legacy of the eponymous late writer, as well as the "principles of free expression and common decency."

Cuisine

While many Indianapolitans can tell you that the sugar cream pie and the pork tenderloin sandwiches hail from Indianapolis, they'll also tell you that Indianapolis has been steadily gaining recognition as an "underrated food city" (Conde Nast Traveler, 2016) in America.

Leading the way is Milktooth, serving up breakfast, brunch, and lunch since 2014. Conde Nast (again) put Chef Jonathan Brooks' on their "best restaurants list" in 2016, and Bon Appetit put it on their list of best new restaurants. Milktooth, Amelia's, and Bluebeard are top dining destinations in the Fletcher Place neighborhood.

Just north of Fletcher Place are the eateries along Mass Ave. From breakfast and coffee to lunch to bougie eateries to desserts and late-night destinations, they have a meal for every moment of the day.

Don't forget about the area's historic restaurants, either. St. Elmo's Steak House has been around since 1902 and the Slippery Noodle Inn has been continuously operating (under a few different names) since 1850.

Of course, don't pass up The Jazz Kitchen in Broad Ripple, a concert venue disguised as a restaurant (or is that the other way around?).

Economy

The economy in the Indianapolis area is robust, drawing on the power of three Fortune 500 companies (Anthem Inc., Eli Lilly, and Simon Property Group), multiple Fortune 1000 companies, as well as multiple companies in the biotech, life sciences, and healthcare sectors.

The city also has experienced an influx of high-tech jobs in recent years, with 28,500 IT-related jobs in the area.

Tourism has also been on the rise. According to VisitIndy.com, as many as 29.2 million visitors generated $5.6 billion annually (pre-pandemic). In addition to sporting events, conventions at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil Stadium have been a huge force in generating dollars for the region. 

Higher Education

One of the standout institutions in the area is Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), an urban research university with 17 schools and 30,000 students. Some of its notable schools include Law, Dentistry, Medicine, and Art and Design.

Private universities in Indianapolis include Butler University, Marian University, Martin University and the University of Indianapolis, as well as several bible, Christian, and tech schools. In 2021, Butler was ranked the "No. 1 Regional University in the Midwest" by U.S. News and World Report.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: How much is a storage unit in Indianapolis?

A: Rates start as low as $40/month in Indianapolis, but there are many factors that determine the price of a storage unit, including the location of the facility, its features, and the size of the unit. Fortunately, we shop the competition to keep our rates low, and we always publish our current rates directly on our store pages for you to see.  

Q: What does a 10x10 storage unit cost?

A: Rates and availability of 10x10 storage units vary by location. These units are among the most popular and can hold the contents of a one-bedroom apartment. Check our store pages to see what new customers can expect to pay at any Store Space location.  

Q: How much does a 10x30 storage unit cost?

A: Rates and availability of 10x30 storage units vary by location. A 10x30 storage unit is about one-and-a-half times the size of a one-car garage and can be expected to hold the contents of a 4-bedroom home, including furniture and large appliances.  

Q: Can you spend the night in a storage unit?

A: No, it's against local and state laws to stay overnight or live in a storage unit and can be dangerous. Stay safe, people!

Q: What size storage unit do I need in Indianapolis, IN?

A: The size storage unit you'll need is largely determined by the number of possessions you'll be storing. Our Self Storage Guide goes into more detail about the types of storage units available, the features and amenities you'll find at most storage facilities, as well as items you can store in the most popular units. 

 

What's in Store Next?

Store Space Self Storage locations in the Indianapolis area offer a wide selection of inexpensive, secure storage units for rent. Our storage facilities are strategically located across the metro area.

We make it easy to find storage. Use our storage finder to locate the Store Space facility nearest you and discover why Store Space cares about Indianapolis.


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