Store Space Self Storage in New Albany, Indiana

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Store Space Storage Facilities in New Albany

Just about every New Albany resident can benefit from affordable self-storage.

Storage can help small businesses increase their inventory or assist renters or homeowners who are looking to get more out of their apartment or home. Use storage for everything from household items and vehicles to paper documents, Store Space has room for it all!

Store Space New Albany

Store Space New Albany at 3225 Grant Line Rd – We are located on Grant Line Road, between the Walmart Supercenter and Kroger. We are proud to serve affordable climate-controlled and indoor storage solutions to our New Albany customers. Get started renting right now by visiting our facility page or by giving us a call at 812-487-4011. 

Features and sizes at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage
  • Indoor Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • Enhanced Cleaning Protocols
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Gate Access 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. Daily
  • Self-Service Rental Kiosk

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

Types of Storage Available in New Albany

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 10 ft. (50 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 – 15 ft. x 20 ft. ( 200 sq. ft.) ideal for household storage (furniture, appliances, big items), business inventory

Climate-controlled storage units

Climate-controlled storage units are great for storing sensitive items such as electronics, furniture, collectibles, paper documents, and more. These units are temperature-regulated to mitigate the harmful effects of extreme temperatures and humidity. Rent climate-controlled storage units in New Albany at Store Space.

Indoor storage units

All our climate-controlled storage units are located indoors. These indoor storage units offer you additional protection from inclement weather. No matter what the weather is doing outside, you’ll be safe visiting your unit inside.

What we like about New Albany

New Albany is a historic city filled with a variety of exciting and fun attractions. Keep reading to learn more about New Albany’s history and find out what our favorite parts of the city are.

Past to Present

Bounded by two wars and surges in local industry, the history of New Albany is one of conflict and progress. 

The United States first received the land of New Albany after the Revolutionary War. The land was captured by George Rogers Clark in 1779. The city of New Albany was founded 34 years later by three brothers from New York. The Scribner Brothers arrived at the Falls of the Ohio River and named the area after their previous home, Albany, New York. The Scribner House still stands in New Albany today.

New Albany saw tremendous growth throughout most of the 19th century. The city was rooted in the steamboat industry, and the industry produced several notable boats including the Eliza Battle (1852) and the Robert E. Lee (1866), the last steamboat produced in New Albany. The city’s shipbuilding success propelled it to be the wealthiest portion of Indiana before the Civil War.

Once the Civil War started, New Albany became a supply center for Union troops and a medical center for wounded soldiers. To keep up with demand, many of the city’s buildings were converted into makeshift hospitals.

As the Civil War progressed, New Albany was boycotted by both sides. The Confederates boycotted New Albany because Indiana was a Union state. The North boycotted New Albany because the city was friendly to the Confederates. Shortly after the end of the Civil War, the steamboat industry collapsed. However, New Albany continued to experience an industrial boom through the start of the 20th century, turning instead to railroad repairs and pork packing.

Today, New Albany’s Economy is rooted in healthcare, education, construction and technology industries.


New Albany is home to two main universities: Indiana University Southeast and a satellite campus of Purdue Polytechnic Institute. The city is also home to the Charles Allen Prosser School of Technology, a leading vocational school offering classes in culinary arts, auto-body repair, airplane mechanics and more.

For primary education, New Albany has several grade schools, including five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school. New Albany High School is the oldest public high school in the state of Indiana. The city is also home to the Charles Allen Prosser School of Technology, a leading vocational high school offering classes in culinary arts, auto-body repair, airplane mechanics and more.

According to Niche, the best public schools in New Albany include Georgetown Elementary School, Greenville Elementary School and Mount Tabor School. There are also a number of stellar private schools in the industry including Kentucky Country Day School, Louisville Collegiate School and the Walden School.

Culture and Arts 

Much of New Albany’s culture is rooted in its historic past. The city features a collection of 19th-century mansions, many, including the Culbertson Mansion, are sprawled along Main Street. The Culbertson Mansion is three stories tall and an example of French Second Empire architecture. The structure is an Indiana state memorial. 

One of the leading events that take place in New Albany is the city’s annual Harvest Homecoming Festival. The festival begins the first weekend in October and continues through the second week. The festival features a midway complete with rides, shows and booths. The festival also includes a pumpkin decorating contest, parade, mini tractor pulls, costume contest and Miss Harvest Homecoming pageant. 


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 New Albany?

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: Is it mandatory to have insurance on a storage unit in New 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.

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

A: When it comes to selecting a unit size in New Albany, self-storage facilities offer a wide range of options. It's important to assess your storage needs and consider the items you plan to store. Most facilities categorize unit sizes as small, medium, and large, with multiple configurations available within each category. To make an informed decision, refer to our size guide or consult our experienced storage professionals.

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

A: Storage units in New Albany will vary in price. These rates fluctuate depending on a variety of factors including local demand, facility location and unit size.

Q: What can fit in a 5x10 storage unit?

A: A 5 ft. by 10 ft. storage unit is about the size of a walk-in closet (or 50 sq. ft.. You can fit more than you’d think in these units—they can be used for small furnishings, sports equipment, extra boxes or document storage.

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

A: A 10 ft. by 10 ft. storage unit is about half the size of a one-car garage (100 sq. ft.. You’ll have plenty of room to store the contents of one to two bedrooms—including appliances, furniture and boxes.

Q: Is it illegal to live in a storage unit in IN?

A: Yes, it is illegal! It’s also against local housing laws. (Also, storage units lack running water, plumbing, and power, and you could be trapped inside.


What’s Next?

At Store Space, we take the security of each of our customers seriously. That is why all of our facilities are protected by first-class security features. We care about giving you peace of mind.

Renting a storage unit with Store Space is also extremely easy. Simply call or click through to our facility pages to make a Touchless Rental online or by phone. We never charge our customers a security deposit and our month-to-month leases make it hassle-free to get the storage you need without the worry of a long-term contract.

Find the Store Space facility nearest to you by using our storage finder. We care about New Albany!

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