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Cincinnati OH 452386 miles away
Go Store It - Cincinnati - 2351 Terhune Alley - 2351 Terhune Alley
Extra Space Storage - 1515 - Covington - West 35th St - 525 West 35th Street
Extra Space Storage - 1504 - Cincinnati - Glencrossing WayCincinnati OH 452386 miles away
Box Self Storage - Reading Road - 518 Reading Road
Mini Mall Storage - Cincinnati - 1109 Alfred Street
Extra Space Storage - 1503 - Cincinnati - Wooster Pk - 5700 Wooster Pike
Extra Space Storage - 1717 - Florence - Steilen Dr - 8080 Steilen Drive
Extra Space Storage - 1501 - Cincinnati - Hamilton Ave - 8100 Hamilton Avenue
Life Storage - 3943 - Cincinnati - Crookshank Rd - 5242 Crookshank Road
Extra Space Storage - 6099 - Cincinnati - Beechmont Ave - 7890 Beechmont Avenue
Extra Space Storage - 1502 - Cincinnati - Glendale-Milford Rd - 101 Glendale Milford Road
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I enjoyed the contactless experience

I enjoyed the contactless experience, although how often if the sign in screen cleaned,? Also, nowhere on the screen after giving you your storage unit number does it say press *XXXXXX# for your code to open the gate. Where doies it say press * before entering your code and press the number sign afer your code. Also the LED screen is not working , unable it.

LB by Larry Baker


Ok., the representative, understood my needs. The space was available. The Main office, has knowledge to calculate the space needed.

LV by letrece v rivers

Offered a good choice

Offered a good choice, prices were shown. Only gave 4* because the advert said 1st month free but not mentioned on their website

B by Beezageeza

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Everything You Need to Know About Moving to Cincinnati

As Ohio's third biggest city, Cincinnati is an exciting, cosmopolitan place to live, a city of culture in the heart of the Midwest. Located on the banks of the Ohio River, the Queen City is famous for its historic Italianate buildings, outstanding food and craft beer, and hip vibe. Looking to save money and live in a vibrant city with world-class restaurants, and no shortage of exciting activities? Cincinnati could be the perfect fit for you. The cost of living in the Queen City is 8 percent below the national average, making it a cost-effective option for people at any stage, all without having to sacrifice a fulfilling quality of life.

Life in Cincinnati Has Something to Offer Everyone

Recently dubbed the number one city in Ohio for foodies, Cincinnati is a foodie paradise. Whether you're into food trucks, wickedly good gastropubs, high-end cuisine, or diverse eats from around the world, you'll find it in Cincinnati. There are several out-of-this-world markets around town (including the legendary Findlay Market), which offer quality produce and help foster local communities.

With beautiful parks like Ault Park, Washington Park, and Eden Park, you can get your fix for nature without leaving the city. Go jogging, amble beneath the trees, or walk your dog in Cincinnati's stunning green spaces. If you love sports, head to Paycor Stadium to catch a Bengals game or swing by the Great American Ball Park to watch the Reds. College sports fans can watch the University of Cincinnati Bearcats compete in Division I. And of course, the city nightlife is never dull, with busy nightclubs and live music venues.

If you're a University of Cincinnati student heading home for the summer or a recent grad who needs affordable storage solutions for stashing your stuff while you hunt for a new place, you'll find a huge selection of storage units in Cincinnati to choose from. Many of these rentals offer first-month discounts, making them an absolute steal. Planning to travel? Cincinnati storage facilities offer vehicle storage, so you can rest assured your wheels will be safe while you travel the globe.

Dive Into Cincinnati's Booming Economy

For the past few years, Cincinnati has boasted one of the fastest-growing economies in the Midwest. It's no surprise then that the city's industries are both many and diverse. Some top industries in Cincinnati include technology, biosciences, manufacturing, retail, finance, and government. Cincinnati's thriving start-up culture makes it a phenomenal city to move to if you're an entrepreneur or small business owner.

The Best Neighborhoods to Live in Cincinnati

Here are the best neighborhoods Cincinnati has to offer.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a terrific neighborhood for families keen to access affordable living, play parks, and excellent schools. It's a little quieter in Hyde Park, which gives it a mix of urban and suburban vibes that's brilliant for bringing up kids. The neighborhood is also home to Hyde Park Square, where you'll find unique boutiques, eateries, and fun events throughout the year.


For recent grads, young professionals, or anyone looking for a combination of affordable rents, fabulous restaurants, and convenient access to Downtown, Over-the-Rhine is the place to be. The neighborhood is known for its stunning Italianate architecture as it is for its craft breweries, world-class restaurants, boutiques, and parks. It's the number one neighborhood for entertainment, so if you like to keep a busy social calendar, Over-the-Rhine should rank at the top of your list of places to move to in Cincinnati.


Families will love the community-oriented neighborhood of Oakley. This highly walkable neighborhood features plenty of green spaces, in addition to the local Oakley Recreation Center, where you can shoot hoops or play tennis. The area features loads of killer restaurants and cafes when you're in the mood for a night out in the neighborhood. It's even close to Downtown via the I-71, making Oakley incredibly convenient for commuters working out of the city center.

How much do storage units cost in Cincinnati?

The biggest factor when it comes to the cost of storage units inCincinnatiis unit size. Larger storage units. like 10x10 and bigger, will generally cost more than smaller storage units, which range from 5x5 to 5x10 in size. Other factors that can increase self-storage prices include the storage unit amenities and special features. Self-storage facilities in Cincinnati that offer additional amenities like indoor climate control, 24-hour storage access, extra security features, and added conveniences like first floor storage options and elevators tend to be more expensive than storage facilities that offer basic services.

No matter what your storage needs are, you can easily find a cheap storage unit in Cincinnati. Compare the available facilities on SpareFoot and filter by preferred storage amenities and features.

Average Monthly Price of Self Storage in Cincinnati

Based on 387 storage units in Cincinnati over the past 180 days.


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Average prices last updated on 02-01-2024.
Average price of storage units by size

Find online move-in rates and specials like first month half off and first month FREE at select Cincinnati, Ohio storage facilities. Below are the average monthly storage unit prices in Cincinnati, Ohio for the most common storage unit sizes.

Unit SizeAverage PriceLowest Price
5 x 5$97.69$10.00
5 x 10$65.31$19.00
10 x 10$87.06$35.50
10 x 15$108.35$33.00
10 x 20$143.30$47.00

The overall average price of a self-storage unit booked in Cincinnati, Ohio over the past 180 days is $72.54.

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Frequently asked questions

In case of damage, what is the responsibility of a storage unit?

Most often, the responsibility of the storage unit in case of damage is minimal unless the lease agreement stipulates otherwise. However, they must maintain safe and secure premises.

What are the terms and conditions of using a storage facility?

The terms and conditions of using a storage facility may vary from one provider to another but commonly include:\n \n - agreement to pay for the rental space for an agreed period (monthly, quarterly, yearly etc.)\n \n - assurance that the space will be used for lawful, non-hazardous items only.\n \n - commitment to not store any items that are combustible, perishable, or illegal.\n \n - agreement to respect the facility rules regarding access hours and security procedures.\n \n - understanding that should a customer fail to pay rent, the storage facility has the right to sell or dispose of stored items.

What are the best techniques on how to organize a storage unit efficiently?

While unpacking, declutter and get rid of unnecessary items. Use shelving to maximize vertical space, use highquality, uniformsize boxes for stacking, and keep a thorough inventory list. Finally, have a good organizing system perhaps based on item type, frequency of use, seasonality, or another system that works best for you.

Are there any ways to reduce the price of renting a storage unit?

Yes, there are various ways to reduce the cost of renting a storage unit. You can take advantage of seasonal promotions, rent a smaller unit, or negotiate with the storage provider. Bear in mind that the average price of a storage unit in Cincinnati is $72.54, but these methods could help you secure a lower rate.

Cincinnati Self-Storage: At A Glance

Does Cincinnati student population affect self-storage prices?

Colleges and universities located in or nearby Cincinnati include College of Mount St. Joseph, University of Cincinnati, Xavier University. College students often need self-storage during summer and winter breaks and can drive prices up during these seasons.

How does seasonality affect Cincinnati self-storage prices?

Storage prices in Cincinnati tend to be somewhat volatile when compared to other cities. Prices can vary by about $26.42 monthly depending on the time of year. Cincinnati self-storage prices are highest inNovember, and lowest in December.

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