Store Space Storage Facilities in Central Falls
Storage is freedom to move through life’s phases.
A homeowner or renter may use self-storage during renovations, a move, or while decluttering. A small business may rent self-storage while increasing inventory or when space is at a premium.
In general, everyone can utilize premium self-storage from Store Space. Check out our storage guide for more information on how you can benefit from our range of storage solutions.
Store Space Central Falls
Store Space Central Falls at 817 Dexter St in Central Falls – We are located on Dexter Street between Butler and Hedley avenues, a block west of Veterans Memorial Elementary School. Whether you’re searching for storage units in Central Falls or northern Rhode Island, you’ve found the right place. Rent online or give us a call at 401-399-4900 to rent a storage unit in Central Falls.
Features and sizes at this location include:
- Many Available Units
- ADA-Accessible Parking
- Vehicle Parking
- Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
- 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 Central Falls, keep reading!
Types of Storage Available in Central Falls
Our Central Falls facility offers a range of unit sizes and amenities to ensure all our customers find exactly what they’re looking for. Our smallest storage units are ideal for smaller furnishings, boxes and minimal inventory. Our largest units can store the contents of a whole home. Our most popular unit sizes include:
- Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can hold sporting goods, seasonal storage, small furniture, boxes
- Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can accommodate the contents of a one-bedroom apartment, larger furniture, additional boxes
- Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. ( 200 sq. ft.) ideal for a household (furniture, appliances, bulky items) or business inventory
Indoor Storage Units in Central Falls
Indoor storage units will also protect you from adverse weather conditions during every visit to your unit. Rent indoor storage at Store Space Central Falls.
Drive-Up Storage Units
Drive-up storage offers advanced convenience. Renting one of these units will allow you the freedom to drive your vehicle right up next to your unit. This freedom makes unloading and loading your possessions easy. Rent drive-up storage at Store Space Central Falls.
What we like about Central Falls
Central Falls may be the smallest city in the smallest state of the United States, but its reputation is big. Not only is Central Falls the 27th most densely populated city in the United States, the city is also home to a wide selection of places included on the National Register of Historic Places.
In addition to its historic roots, Central Falls continues to attract more and more residents every year. Over the course of 2010 to 2020, the city’s population grew from 19,376 to 22,583, according to Census.gov. Central Falls is the only city in New England to have a higher population density than Boston, MA.
Keep reading to learn more about the history of Central Falls and find out why we are so fond of this “city with a bright future.”
From Chocolateville to Central Falls
The history of Central Falls dates to the late 17th century, as the area was the site of a major battle during King Phillip’s War. Early in the 18th century, the first settlement was constructed along the Blackstone River when Captain Stephen Jenks outfitted his own blacksmith shop in the area. Eventually, other manufacturers joined Jenks in his building; one of these businesses was run by a chocolate maker. The area quickly became known as Chocolateville.
In 1824, the name Central Falls was first suggested by Jenks. Through the years, the area experienced significant growth. This growth caused the area to split into several additional towns including Smithfield, North Smithfield and Lincoln. Central Falls officially became a city in 1895.
The first settlers of Central Falls were predominantly Quakers. However, immigrants from Ireland, Scotland and French Canada soon followed. During the 21st century, a larger number of Hispanic immigrants found a home in Central Falls. Overall, Central Falls is a diverse city. In 1995, the city celebrated its 100th anniversary by throwing a parade, in which 100 countries from around the world were represented.
Central Falls supports a vibrant selection of public and private school systems. According to Niche.com, the top-rated public school in Central Falls is Blackstone Valley Prep Junior High School (A), followed closely by The Learning Community (B-). The highest-rated private schools in the area are The Wheeler School (A+), Moses Brown School (A+) and Lincoln School (A+).
Major universities located near Central Falls, RI, include Brown University and Providence College, both in nearby Providence. Brown University is one of the best schools in the country and the university supports a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The university also founded the Ivy League Athletic Conference and competes in 29 varsity sports.
Providence College is also one of the best regional universities in the country. The college offers a variety of undergraduate programs and a few graduate programs.
Rhode Island College, also in the greater Providence metro, offers more than 90 majors and concentrations in arts, science, education, business, nursing and social work. The school is considered a top value in the region, and more than 70% of alum live and work in Rhode Island.
As previously mentioned, the culture of Central Falls is backdropped by a long list of historic places. The South Central Falls Historic District contains 377 contributing buildings itself. Additional historic sites located throughout Central Falls include Valley Falls Mill, Central Street School, Samuel B. Conant House and Jenks Park.
Things to Do
There are several parks, sports fields and playgrounds located throughout Central Falls. Jenks Park, Valley Falls Heritage Park and Lincoln Almond Park are a few of the more popular outdoor recreation sites in the area. However, several larger recreation sites, including Lincoln Woods State Park and Blackstone River State Park, are located within an hour of Central Falls.