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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.

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Storage Units in Rochester, NY

Rochester is home to multiple Store Space Self Storage facilities. We combine affordable storage solutions with premium features and amenities to ensure you’re getting the best possible self storage experience. 

We offer the convenience of online rentals that can be completed in just minutes. Or, you can also rent in person or by phone with the support of our knowledgeable agents, who will work to help ensure you’re getting the storage unit that fits your needs. 

Visit our Rochester locations at the addresses below. 

Rochester, NY

Resources to help you

  • How Self Storage Works

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  • Moving In

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

Store Space Storage Facilities in Rochester

Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood

Store Space Self Storage is located in Rochester at 48 King St – We’re conveniently located in the historic Susan B. Anthony neighborhood, with easy access from I-490, Hwy 31/Broad Street or West Main Street. Call us at 585-476-1500 for more info. 

Features and amenities at this location include:

  • Lots of Available Inventory in our 6-Story Facility
  • Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Low Rates & Move-in Specials
  • 10% Discount For Active Military & Veterans
  • Extended Access Hours 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
  • Wide Range of Sizes
  • Truck-accessible Loading Dock
  • Packing Supplies Available

South Marketview Heights Neighborhood

Store Space Self Storage is located in Rochester at 14 Railroad Street – This facility is conveniently located in the South Marketview Heights neighborhood east of downtown, giving us easy access to Goodman Street, Main Street, Inner Loop and more. Call our friendly storage professionals at 585-632-5500 for additional info about renting storage. 

Features and amenities at this location include:

  • Climate-Controlled Storage Units
  • Low Rates & Move-in Specials
  • Extended Access Hours 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily
  • Wide Range of Sizes
  • Truck-Accessible Unloading Area
  • Moving & Packing Supplies Available

Want to know more about the types of storage we offer and what makes us love the city of Rochester? Keep reading!

Types of Storage Available in Rochester

At Store Space, we understand that you might need storage for everything from just a few boxes to items from an apartment or house, or even the inventory from your small business. For that reason, we offer many different unit sizes to accommodate most loads. Some of the most popular sizes include:

  • Small storage units – 5x5 (25 sq. ft.) are great for boxes, small furnishings 
  • Medium storage units – 10x10 (100 sq. ft.) can hold a one-bedroom apartment
  • Large storage options – 10x20 (200 sq. ft.) for a whole household or business needs
  • Vehicle storage – Gated outdoor parking  

Climate Controlled Storage Units

With the area’s extreme cold and high humidity, climate-control storage is important to help keep your stored belongings in tip-top shape. All our Rochester locations feature these temperature controlled units, which are maintained between 55 and 80 degrees year-round.  

Indoor Storage Units

Our indoor, climate-controlled units reside in an enclosed building, so you’ll be cool and dry when you visit your unit, no matter what the outside weather is like. 

Vehicle Storage

Finding storage for your extra vehicles can be a challenge. Leaving them on the street or in a driveway isn’t a great option, and you can only ask your garage to hold so much. Store Space has a wide range of vehicle storage options available from the smallest personal watercraft to the largest fifth wheel recreational vehicles.  

Car Storage 

Car storage can be found in facilities with drive-up storage units as well as those offering outdoor parking spaces. Most cars and many trucks can be stored in 10’ x 20’ spaces. Drive to our location at 14 Railroad Street for your car storage needs. 

Boat Storage

Lake Ontario. Finger Lakes. Irondequoit Bay. If you don’t have a kayak, canoe, paddleboard, jet ski or some sort of boat, you’re missing out on some of the top summertime activities in Rochester. If you don’t have a storage facility, you’re also missing out on a great way to store your watercraft when it’s not in the water. Indoor or drive-up storage units can be used for portable watercraft storage, while larger vessels can be stored in gated outdoor spaces. Sail into our location at 14 Railroad Street for your outdoor boat storage needs. 

RV Storage

In addition to boating, the Rochester area offers a multitude of outdoor activities for everyone from wilderness adventurers to weekend car campers. Storage units make a great drop-zone for all your camping supplies, from tents and bags in small interior units, to pop-up campers and trailers to larger campers and fifth wheels in outdoor storage units. Travel to our location at 14 Railroad Street for your outdoor RV storage needs.

What we Like About Rochester


Rochester has been nothing if not resilient. 

As one of America’s first “boomtowns,” the city in the Genesee River Valley came to prominence first for its many flour mills, then later as a manufacturing center. 

As the population grew to meet the boom, Rochester subsequently gave rise to a number of iconic American brands like Eastman Kodak, Bausch & Lomb, Xerox, Gannett (media), Western Union, French's (mustard), Ragú (sauces), PaychexWegmans (supermarkets) and many more. 

Times have changed and even though some of those businesses have moved on, Rochester has adapted, and the area’s economy has shifted to technology and education in recent years.


With the existence of so many innovative companies throughout its history, Rochester naturally attracted colleges and universities focused on technology and research. 

Two of the nation's top research universities are in the Rochester area, including University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). In 2010, the greater Rochester area ranked 8th-best college town in the U.S. by the American Institute for Economic Research. The study cited multiple factors including the overall academic environment, cost of living and city accessibility, research opportunities and much more. 

Including RIT and University of Rochester, there are 22 colleges and universities in the area, including SUNY Geneseo, Bryant & Stratton College in Greece and Henrietta, Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School, Empire State College's Genesee Valley Learning Center, Monroe Community College, Nazareth College and more. 

Culture & Food

Rochester is home to several historical and cultural centers, such as the Rochester City Ballet, the Rochester Philharmonic OrchestraGarth Fagan Dance, the George Eastman Museum, the Memorial Art Gallery, the Rochester Contemporary Art Center, the Susan B. Anthony Museum & House and many more. 

There are many cultural festivals held in Rochester, including the Rochester International Blues Festival, the Lilac Festival, and the Rochester International Film Festival, just to name a few. 

There are multiple professional sports teams in the region, including the Red Wings (baseball), the Americans (hockey), the Rhinos (soccer), the RazorSharks (basketball), the Knighthawks (indoor lacrosse) and Flower City Union (soccer). 

Nightlife in town is centered around East and Alex in downtown. It’s home to many nightclubs, lounges, coffee shops, bars, and high-end restaurants. The fun isn’t limited to downtown—there are numerous other hip districts around town, including Southeast (in the Park Avenue neighborhood and University Avenue areas) and South Wedge (close to the University of Rochester), both home to local businesses, cafes, restaurants, bars and nightlife. Rochester is ideally located for some fantastic day trips, usually less than an hour's drive. 

Speaking of cuisine, while not every restaurant is just some guy’s name, some of the best-known ones are: we’re thinking Bill Gray’s and Tom Wahl’s for burgers, dogs and shakes, or Nick Tahou Hots, home of the original Garbage Plate. Of course, there’s also DiBella’s Old Fashioned Subs, and enough pizza placesto please the pickiest palates. There are plenty more food options, so check out the foods Rochester is known for

What’s it add up to? 

Great resolve to transform, awesome educational opportunities, lots to do. 

Is Rochester a good place to live? We certainly think so. With everything going for it, it’s no surprise that Rochester was No. 3 on Forbes’ 2010 list of America's Best Places To Raise A Family

Whether you’re a recent transplant, have been here for generations, or are just here for the educational opportunities, Store Space cares about Rochesterians.  

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