Store Space Storage Facilities in Houston
No matter the reason you need self-storage—as a renter, homeowner or business, we’ve got exactly what you’re looking for at Store Space. With a variety of features and amenities, you’re sure to find the perfect unit.
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Houston – Westbury Neighborhood
Store Space Self Storage Houston is located at 5512 S Willow Dr – Find us at the intersection of South Willow Drive and Gasmer Drive by the Willow Waterhole Greenspace. Our facility offers the best storage units in Houston, including drive-up, indoor, and climate-controlled options. Call 832-430-1715 for more info about storage units in the Westbury neighborhood.
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Store Space Storage Facilities Near Houston
As we expand in the Greater Houston area, keep an eye on this page for more storage locations near you.
Sugar Land – Riverstone
Store Space Sugar Land at 4815 LJ Parkway – If you work or live in Fort Bend County, our storage facility in Sugar Land may be ideal for you. In the heart of the Riverstone area, this modern facility is completely enclosed and all self-storage units are climate controlled. Call 281-612-8579 for Riverstone storage units.
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Store Space Humble at 8569 E North Belt – Our Humble, TX facility is conveniently located near the Walmart Supercenter at Sam Houston and Wilson Road. We offer climate-controlled storage units, as well as indoor and drive-up units for your convenience. Sizes range from 5x10 to 10x30. Call 281-602-3880 for additional info about Humble storage units.
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Types of Storage Available in Houston
With units ranging from 5' x 5' to 10' x 20' and more, we have a range of units to choose from. Our smallest storage units are perfect for a few boxes or seasonal storage, and our larger units can fit the contents of a whole household, including furniture and appliances. Some of our facilities also offer vehicle storage options.
Our Most Popular Sizes Include:
- Small storage units – 5 ft. x 5 ft. (25 sq. ft.) can hold seasonal storage, small furnishings, boxes
- Medium storage units – 10 ft. x 10 ft. (100 sq. ft.) can fit the contents of one bedroom, furniture, small watercraft (kayaks, canoes, etc.)
- Large storage options – 10 ft. x 20 ft. (200 sq. ft.) perfect for whole household storage, business storage
- Vehicle storage – Drive-up storage and outdoor parking spaces up to 35 ft. for boats, RVs and cars
Climate Controlled Storage Units
While you’re worried about protecting your hair-do from the heat and humidity in Houston, search for “climate-controlled storage near me” to protect your belongings! Even your most sensitive items like furniture, paper and electronics are safe with climate-controlled storage. By regulating temperature, these units mitigate damage from humidity. Find climate controlled storage at 5512 S Willow Dr., 4815 LJ Parkway and 8569 E North Belt.
Indoor Storage Units
Our indoor storage units are fully enclosed in buildings and house our climate-controlled units. These buildings have restricted keypad entry, giving you another layer of security. Indoor storage units don’t just keep your items protected, but they protect you from the elements whenever you visit your unit. Our multi-level facilities have spacious elevators, so don’t worry about getting your belongings up flights of stairs! Find these units at 5512 S Willow Dr., 4815 LJ Parkway and 8569 E North Belt.
You see a lot of vehicles in Houston—and not all of them have 4-wheels. From cars driving around downtown, to boats floating in Galveston Bay, to RVs parking near the water—these vehicles need a home! Good thing Store Space offers drive-up storage and outdoor parking spaces for all of your vehicle storage needs.
Metro, light rail, small garage—if you’re lacking space, have HOA restrictions or strict municipal codes, car storage Houston can come in handy. Smaller cars can fit in a 10 ft. x 15 ft. drive-up storage unit, but most cars and trucks will need a unit at least 10 ft. x 20 ft. You can also store your car in our outdoor parking spaces. You can find car storage at 5512 S Willow Dr. and 8569 E North Belt.
The weather in Houston is beautiful for bikers. But you probably don’t ride your motorcycle to work every day. We’ll keep your motorcycle safe until the workday is over. Most motorcycles require drive-up units at least 5 ft. x 10 ft., and side by sides can fit in a 10 ft. by 10 ft. unit. Our outdoor parking spaces can also be used for motorcycle storage in Houston. Find motorcycle storage at 5512 S Willow Dr. and 8569 E North Belt.
With the Gulf of Mexico, Galveston Bay, Lake Houston and many other bodies of water in the greater Houston area, it’s safe to say a few Houstonians have boats. Don’t keep your boat on the water 24/7, get boat-friendly storage at Store Space Houston! Our outdoor parking spaces can fit boats up to 35 ft. long. Our drive-up units accommodate boats and other personal watercraft (like kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards), less than 7 ft. tall and 20 ft. long. Find boat storage at 5512 S Willow Dr. and 8569 E North Belt.
Even though Houston seems like more of a boat city/metropolitan area than a camping spot, you’d be surprised how many RV parks and scenic routes are available for the wanderers! We offer gated parking spaces up to 30 ft. long for your RVs, trailers and even your Airstream. Drive-up units can fit recreational vehicles 7 ft. tall and 20 ft. long like small pop-ups and campers. Find RV storage at 5512 S Willow Dr. and 8569 E North Belt.
What We Like About Houston
What’s the first thing you think of when we say Houston? Is it NASA? Professional sports? All the water? Or maybe you think of the 2.3 million residents and wonder if it’s getting a little crowded.
Good thing Store Space calls Houston home too! We’re here to offer everyone in the greater Houston area the best storage solutions. Here are a few things that make us love Houston!
The Allen brothers saw something in Houston that not everyone else did—lots of potential. They couldn’t have guessed that Houston would become one of the most populated cities in the United States, but their efforts helped mold it into the bustling metropolis it is today.
Found in 1836 and named after Texas legend Sam Houston, this town quickly grew and flourished. Houston became known as the Texas capital of commerce. By 1930, the Port of Houston became the 8th largest in the nation.
Not only did the Port of Houston succeed, but oil refineries also moved into town—making Houston the World’s Energy Capital.
The city has been thriving ever since. From “Houston” being the first word spoken on the moon, to an abundance of culture, food and business, you don’t want to overlook this bustling city.
It wouldn’t be right to talk about Houston and not mention NASA. The iconic and notable Manned Spacecraft Center was established in 1961 as the place responsible for human space flight.
Later, it was renamed after President Lyndon B. Johnson, abbreviated JSC, in 1973. It has since controlled flights from Gemini, Apollo and many more. Mission Control calls southeastern Houston home, and continues to be the primary location for NASA's space flight program.
As the 4th largest city in the U.S. (based on population), there are bound to be a few college students in the Houston area.
That’s because 47,000 of them are enrolled at University of Houston alone. While it's population is a tenth of UH, Rice University is also one of the area's top universities. Other colleges in the area include Texas Southern University, University of St. Thomas, Houston Community College System, Houston Baptist University, South Texas College of Law, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.
Culture and Arts
The greater Houston area sure doesn’t shy away from culture and arts. With a whole district committed to theater and another devoted to museums, you’ll never be out of things to do!
There’s so much culture to absorb and embrace in Houston, it’s impossible to list every opportunity to enjoy it. But rest assured, there’s something for everyone in the area.
Downtown Houston isn’t the only place with things to do, see and explore. Houston cuisine is delicious and is home to many different styles and culture. Check out 10 essential dishes Houston is known for. There’s also vibrant culture just outside the city in Sugar Land and Humble.
Here are a few cultural activities to check out in Sugar Land and Humble nearby:
Houston is home to six professional sports teams. The Houston Astros play at Minute Maid Park, and won the World Series in 2017 and 2022. Houston’s professional soccer team, the Dynamo won the MLS cup in 2006 and 2007. The Toyota Center is home to the Rockets, who won back-to-back NBA titles 1994 and 1995. We can’t forget about the Houston Texans, Houston Dash (NWSL) and Houston SaberCats (MLR)!
In terms of college sports, University of Houston and Rice University have impressive athletic programs. They both compete in NCAA Division 1 for football, basketball, baseball and more. Watch out for the UH Coogs, University of Houston has 17 NCAA Team Titles!
Houston's Food Scene
There’s one condition when you visit Houston—you have to bring your appetite. With winning cuisine at over 10,000 restaurants, they’ll kick you out if you’re not hungry. (Just kidding, but you really should try the food.) The food here is one of the biggest reason people should move to Houston.
With a variety of offerings, Houston is consistent in delivering mouthwatering dishes. In a location where fresh seafood is just a short distance away, many restaurants pride themselves on their locally caught ingredients.
From oysters at State of Grace and La Lucha, to fine dining at Le Jardinier and Brenner’s Steakhouse On the Bayou to award-winning restaurants like Crawfish and Noodles and The Blind Goat, you’ll get some good eats in Houston, TX!