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Storage Features & Amenities

Climate-Controlled Storage

Temperature-sensitive items? Our climate-controlled storage units use circulated air systems to help maintain a more regulated environment for your belongings.

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Moving Supplies

Part of offering storage means anticipating your needs. We carry essential moving and packing supplies available for purchase at our locations to make move-in day a breeze.

Thoughtful Features

We maintain features like video cameras, electronically controlled access points, perimeter fencing, bright interior and exterior lighting, all to enhance your trust.


We know you have questions, so we’ve put together some of the most commonly asked 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.

Determining what size storage unit to rent is largely based on what you need to store. Visit our size guide or ask our storage specialists for more.

No, it's illegal and potentially dangerous to live, sleep or work in a storage unit.

No, storage units should not be used for purposes other than storage. Check your Rental Agreement for more info.

Climate-controlled storage units in Pontiac are kept between 55 and 80 degrees year-round to mitigate the damaging effects of temperature and humidity on sensitive items.

Disc locks, available for sale in the office, are the preferred locks for storage units.

Most guests choose AutoPay, our free automatic billing service, for their monthly payment. Payments can also be made online, in-store or by phone.

Storage Units in Pontiac, MI

Pontiac is now home to Store Space and a bounty of affordable storage solutions.

Store Space strives to give you the best self-storage experience possible. We make it easy to get the storage you need at an affordable rate. You can even get started renting in just a few minutes. Start by making a free, no-obligation reservation. To get our best internet rate and save time online, just complete your rental online. Or, for in-person service, stop in our office or give us a call to speak with our team of dedicated storage professionals.

Visit our Pontiac locations at the addresses below and click through to our store pages to see our current inventory of affordable storage units.

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Resources to help you

  • How Self Storage Works

    If you’ve never rented self storage before, we’re here to help.

  • Making a Reservation

    Once you’ve found the right storage unit you can lock in your price by making a free reservation.

  • Moving In

    Here’s what you need to know to make the process as smooth as possible.

Store Space Storage Facilities in Pontiac

Pontiac residents can use self-storage for just about anything. Whether you’re looking to expand the inventory of your small business, declutter your home or apartment, or store your vehicle—we have room for it all!

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

Store Space Pontiac 

Store Space Pontiac at 3111 Centerpoint Pkwy – We’re located on Centerpoint Parkway just off the I-75 business loop next to the Residence Inn by Marriott. Come see us in-store, rent online or give us a call at 248-988-9230 to rent storage units in Pontiac. 

Features and sizes at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage
  • Indoor Storage
  • Drive-up Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Extended Service Hours
  • Loading Bay
  • Fenced Perimeter
  • 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 Pontiac, keep reading! 

Types of Storage Available in Pontiac

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 30 ft. ( 200 sq. ft.) ideal for household storage (furniture, appliances, big items), business inventory 

Climate-controlled storage units

Climate-controlled storage units are your best defense against the effects of extreme temperatures and humidity. These units are temperature-regulated to mitigate the effects of extreme conditions on sensitive items such as electronics, furniture, paper documents, and more.

Indoor storage units

All our climate-controlled storage units are located indoors. Indoor storage units within our climate-controlled building, also offer additional protection from inclement weather. By renting an indoor storage unit from Store Space, you’ll be able to safely visit your unit while it’s raining or snowing. 

Drive-Up Storage Units

Looking for drive-up storage units in Pontiac? Store Space has exactly what you’re looking for. Our selection of drive-up units offer advanced convenience with unit-side loading and unloading. These units are also the perfect solution for storing smaller personal vehicles.

Vehicle Storage

Finding the space to store an extra vehicle can be challenging. Keep reading to learn about our selection of vehicle storage solutions.

Car Storage

Cars, trucks and work vehicles can be stored within a drive-up storage unit. Find car storage in Pontiac at Store Space.

Motorcycle Storage

Drive-up storage units are also perfect for motorcycles. Find motorcycle storage in Pontiac at Store Space.

RV Storage

Looking for the best spot to store your low-profile RV, small camper or teardrop trailer? Check out Store Space! We offer drive-up storage for your recreational vehicles.

Boat Storage

While you’re not on the water, keep your small watercraft and low-profile boats with us. Our drive-up units can accommodate small fishing boats as well as kayaks, canoes, jet skis and paddleboards.

What we like about Pontiac

Pontiac has been an important location throughout history. Before European settlement, the Pontiac area was highly traveled by indigenous peoples because of its location near the confluence of the Saginaw Trail and the Nottawassippi River.

Learn more about the History of Pontiac as we share our favorite things about the city below.

Past to Present

Pontiac became a village in 1837, the same year Michigan gained statehood. The village was named after the famous war chief from the Ottawa tribe. Over the next 30 years, the village’s population grew quickly, gaining city status in 1861.

After being signed into legislation as a city, Pontiac’s central location attracted a wide variety of professionals and quickly became a rich center of industry. The area’s supply of natural resources led to the establishment of several carriage manufacturing companies and eventually the rise of Michigan’s automotive industry. General Motors, Oakland Motor Car Company, and Pontiac East Assembly all had automotive plants in the city.

For the next century, Pontiac saw tremendous growth until the Great Recession (2007-2009). Amid the recession, the city was on the verge of declaring bankruptcy. The State of Michigan stepped in and appointed emergency financial managers to oversee the city’s budget. To balance the budget, the appointed emergency managers sold off much of the city’s assets (parking meters, water treatment plant, etc.). In 2012, the city started to emerge from its economic troubles, with several notable investments being made in the area.

Today, Pontiac supports a population near 61,606 (2020 census). The city’s economy is still heavily rooted in manufacturing (Amazon opened a warehouse in the city in 2019), education, health care and retail trade.


Pontiac is located near several prominent universities. The closest university to Pontiac is Western Michigan University-Auburn Hills, which offers degrees in science, art and business studies. Other universities in the area include Oakland University and Great Lakes University.

There are also some stellar public grade schools in the Pontiac area. Noor International Academy in nearby Sterling is one of the best public schools in Michigan. Notable private schools near Pontiac include Cranbrook Schools, Brother Rice High School, and Notre Dame Preparatory School.

Culture and Arts 

Around southeast Michigan, Pontiac is known for its series of city festivals and events. The city’s Arts, Beats and Eats Festival was a widely attended festival that featured an art show, concerts and food trucks. The festival was hosted in Pontiac until 2010, when the festival moved to nearby Royal Oak. Even though the festival moved, many Pontiac residents continue to attend. The First Annual Scheme Cruise was held in Pontiac in September 2015. The festival included rap battles, basketball competitions and a car show.

Pontiac is also located near the north end of the famous Woodward Avenue. The boulevard extends into Detroit and was originally lined with mansions and businesses in the 1950s and 1960s.


Pontiac was once home to the Silverdome, the primary home of the Detroit Lions from 1975 to 2001. The stadium was also the home venue of the Detroit Pistons (1978-1988), the Detroit Express and the Michigan Panthers. 

After the opening of Ford Field in 2002, the Silverdome was largely unused. The city, failing to find a good use for the space, eventually had to sell the stadium. The Silverdome was sold at auction in 2009 for $550,000 (less than 1% of the original construction cost). The Silverdome was torn down for good in 2017. 

Pontiac is located 30 minutes away from Detroit, which supports the likes of the Detroit Lions, Detroit Tigers, Detroit Pistons and Detroit Red Wings. The Detroit Red Wings are the most successful professional sports franchise in Michigan, hoisting 11 Stanley Cups and touting one of the longest consecutive playoff appearance streaks in all professional sports (25 seasons). 


Michigan is famous for a variety of foods, from pasties to Detroit-style pizza. Some of the best restaurants in Pontiac are Roadside B&G, The Moose Preserve Bar & Grill and Heroes BBQ & Brew.

If you decide to make the short drive to Detroit, you can also explore Downtown, Corktown and Royal Oak. All three of these neighborhoods are revered for their culinary prowess.

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