Store Space Self Storage in Knoxville, Tennessee

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Storage Units in Knoxville, TN

Store Space is your local go-to for affordable storage solutions at our secure, premium facilities.

We care about providing the best self-storage experience possible. Rent in-store, just stop in at any of our offices and speak to our storage professionals or use one of our rental kiosks. You can also complete a Touchless Rental online or by phone.

Visit us in Knoxville at our locations below. Click through to our store pages to see available inventory, as well as our low rates and valuable move-in promotions.


Store Space Storage Facilities in Knoxville

Self-storage is a flexible tool for homeowners, renters, even small businesses, looking to safely store items and free up space in the home, office or store.

Visit an office for a tour or just show up and rent—it’s that easy.

Store Space Self Storage Knoxville is located at 201 Randolph Rd — We’re centrally located in Knoxville, just minutes from Old City and 100 Block and the University of Tennessee, making us ideal for students, homeowners or renters, as well as anyone supporting downtown businesses. Call us at 833-786-7366 to talk with our storage specialists to rent storage in Knoxville.

Features at this location: 

  • Climate-Controlled Storage
  • Many Available Units
  • Large Elevators for Upper Floor Access
  • Clean, Secure Units
  • ADA-Accessible Parking
  • Gate Access 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Daily
  • Office Open Daily 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Self-Service Kiosk
  • Boxes, Tape & Supplies Sold in Office 

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


Knoxville Storage Solutions

Store Space understands the varied needs of commercial customers, homeowners, renters and even college students. We offer a variety of storage features and amenities, as well as a wide range of storage unit sizes to ensure you get the right size at the right price.  

We offer premium climate-controlled storage to help mitigate the damaging effects of temperature swings and high humidity—something we know about here in Knoxville. 

Our most popular sizes include: 

  • Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) perfect for extra boxes, seasonal storage, small furnishings, sporting goods, outdoor gear
  • Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can hold the contents of a one-bedroom apartment, large furniture, appliances 
  • Large storage units – 10 ft. x 20 ft. (200 sq. ft.) can fit 3 to 4 rooms of furniture and decorations, appliances, business inventory, warehousing needs 

Secure Storage for Knoxville

We offer several levels of security at our facilities including perimeter fencing and gates or controlled access points that require a secure PIN. We ensure that both exterior and interior spaces are well-lit, and cameras watch our facilities 24/7.  

And with MyStorage Portal for secure online account management, you can feel confident that paying your bill and managing your account will be safe and easy, too! 

 

What We Like About Knoxville, TN

Like the State of Tennessee, Knoxville has been growing dramatically in recent years. And with a solid economic base, proximity to attractions like the Great Smoky Mountains, and the flagship campus of the University of Tennessee, it’s no wonder the population has grown to more than 190,000, a roughly 11% increase since 2000.   

According to the Knoxville-Knox County Planning department website, Knoxville ranks among the nation’s best places to live, raise a family, and own a business. It was ranked 14th "Least Expensive City" by Yahoo Finance in 2019, second in Yahoo’s "10 Coolest Cities with the Lowest Cost of Living" in 2021, and 7th in U-Haul’s "Top 25 Growth Cities" for 2020.

History of Knoxville

Indigenous peoples inhabited the area around what’s now known as Knoxville during the Woodland Period, anywhere between 3,000 and 1,000 years ago. It wasn’t until the late 18th century that European settlers moved into the area, but because of its relatively remote location, the city didn’t fully take off until the railroad arrived in the mid-19th century. Less than a decade later during the Civil War, the area was divided over which side the city would back, and Knoxville ultimately joined the Confederates. That led to multiple battles in the region, with the city ultimately falling under Union control in late 1863. 

Postwar reconstruction brought an influx of investors from the north, leading to a rapid recovery and a wide range of new factories in the area, producing textiles, food products, and iron products. That, in turn, brought many immigrants to the region seeing jobs. The population rose from just 5,000 in 1860 to more than 32,000 by the turn of the century. 

The University of Tennessee

Even before Tennessee was officially granted statehood, there was higher learning in the area. Blount College was established in 1794, then was rechartered as East Tennessee College in 1807. After closing between 1809 and 1820, the school needed to find a place to relocate and ultimately chose Barbara Hill (you know it as The Hill) in 1828. Shortly after the end of the Civil War, the school now called East Tennessee University was able to obtain some federal land-grant funding for expansion, then in 1879, was renamed the University of Tennessee. 

Fast forward to today and the University of Tennessee offers more than 300 degree programs, has 10 undergraduate colleges and 11 graduate colleges, and hosts around 30,000 students from across the nation, plus more than 100 foreign countries. It is also one of the top research universities in the country, with ties to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and is partnered with the University of Tennessee Medical Center, one of two Level 1 trauma centers in the easternmost portion of the state. 

Things to Do in Knoxville

As a college town, Knoxville offers plenty of entertainment opportunities for residents and students alike.

Restaurants

Restaurants take center stage in central Knoxville, with close to 90 eateries situated within a single square mile. Start with The Drawing Room in The Tennessean hotel for seasonal menus and locally sourced produce in a luxurious setting, right across from the Sunsphere (the 266-foot high hexagonal steel truss structure, topped with a 75 ft gold-colored glass sphere that served as the symbol of the 1982 World's Fair). Another upscale outing is J.C. Holdway, a James Beard Foundation award-winner specializing in wood-fired Appalachian flavors. 

Don’t be afraid to take it down a notch or two and head to Sweet P's Barbecue and Downtown Dive for affordable meats served by the pound or the sandwich. Yassin's Falafel House is another downtown favorite that won’t break the bank, with regular or spicy falafel the highlight of their Middle Eastern cuisine.  

So, once you’ve tried those, you’ve only got 86 more eateries to try—at least in downtown anyway. 

Arts & Entertainment

Knoxville is home to organizations such as the Knoxville Symphony, Knoxville Opera Company, Dogwood Arts, and the Arts & Culture Alliance. Area venues include the Tennessee and Bijou Theaters, Clayton Center for the Arts, Knoxville Civic Coliseum and Clarence Brown Theatre.

Standout museums include the Knoxville Museum of Art, Emporium Center for Arts and Culture, East Tennessee History Center, McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, Museum of Appalachia, the Beck Cultural Exchange Center, plus the children’s science museum, Muse Knoxville. 

Annual events include the Big Ears Music Festival, Mardi Growl, Dogwood Arts, Chalk Walk, Covenant Health Marathon, Kuumba Festival, Rossini Festival, HoLa Festival, Brewers Jam, PrideFest, Tour de Lights, Fantasy of Trees, and the Tennessee Valley Fair.

The Vols

Of course, one of the biggest draws is the university's athletics programs. The Volunteers compete in NCAA Div. 1 sports, primarily in the Southeastern Conference. They are perennially at or near the top of the standings. Most notable are the football team, the 9th-winningest program in NCAA history with six national titles, and the Lady Vols basketball team, which tallied eight national championships under legendary head coach Pat Summit.  


What’s Next? Storage in Knoxville

At Store Space, our motto is “Storage that Cares,” so whether you’re storing in Knoxville or one of our other locations across the United States, we’ll work hard to give you the best-possible self-storage experience. This starts with our friendly, professional management team working daily in our stores. They can give you a tour, discuss your needs and answer all your questions to ensure you’re getting the right storage unit. 

We also make the rental process as easy and worry-free as possible. We do this by giving you choices when it comes to renting: in-store, online or by phone. And we don’t skimp on safety and security features, so you know that your possessions are safe in our hands.

Ask about our 10% discount for active military and veterans!

We also make it easy to find storage near you. Start with our Find Storage page to locate the nearest Store Space locations. Visit our Tennessee page to find storage facilities in the Volunteer State.

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