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Extra Space Storage - 0677 - North Bergen - Kennedy Blvd - 7020 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
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Extra Space Storage - 1039 - Hoboken - Clinton St - 1607 Clinton Street
Extra Space Storage - 0331 - Secaucus - Paterson Plank Rd - 101 Paterson Plank Road
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Although the smallest borough of New York City, Manhattan is also the most densely populated one, with one of the most iconic skylines in the world and the highest cost of living in the entire United States. If you are looking to relocate here, either for work, study, or new business opportunities, it is worth exploring the basics of its neighborhoods, economy, and infrastructure.

All of New York's Finest

As the actual engine of New York City, Manhattan's economy is focused on white-collar professions in the financial, corporate, media, real estate, and tech sectors. Thanks to its high per capita income, it draws its workforce from the entire Tri-State area, and because of its high density, most commuters and Manhattan residents rely on public transportation. Very few households here own a car.

As far as higher education is concerned, Manhattan is home to the prestigious Columbia University, a private Ivy League research university ranked 7th in the Best Global Universities 2022-2023, New York University (NYU), and New York Institute of Technology (New York Tech).

Out and About Manhattan

The City, as it is known regionally, is made up of Manhattan Island, Marble Hill, and a series of small islands, some of which are unpopulated. Manhattan Island can be further divided into Downtown, Midtown, and Uptown, and the smaller inhabited islands are Randalls and Wards Islands, and Roosevelt Island.

Downtown Manhattan

Also known as Lower Manhattan or Downtown New York, this is home to the Financial District (FiDi) with its iconic Wall Street, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the New York Stock Exchange. SoHo is one of the trendiest and most expensive neighborhoods in Downtown Manhattan, with high-end stores, restaurants, and hotels. East Village is an artistic neighborhood, Greenwich Village a bohemian place for families and professionals, and NoHo an upscale neighborhood frequented by students.

Midtown Manhattan

Home to the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, Broadway, and Times Square, Midtown is one of the busiest places in Manhattan and NYC. Among its neighborhoods, Chelsea is the one that most draws in artists, Garment District is packed with clothing shops, while Hell's Kitchen, now Clinton, promises a peaceful stay not far from all the buzz.

Uptown Manhattan

While not low on tourist attractions, Upper Manhattan is mostly residential. Notable neighborhoods here are Harlem, Marble Hill, Washington Heights, and Upper East Side. While the latter stands out for its elite private schools, Harlem is the one often seen as of high interest to scholars, as it is home to Columbia University and other higher learning institutions. Harlem is also one of the most diverse and culturally rich neighborhoods of Manhattan.

Put Manhattan Storage on Your Priority List

Because of the high rent and cost of living in Manhattan, you will likely need to downsize when relocating here. That doesn't necessarily mean you have to get rid of things, especially not those that have sentimental value. There is a suitable place for all your seasonal items, heirlooms, collectibles, documents, and photos, a self-storage facility.

Storage units in Manhattan range from 5' x 5' lockers up to over 400 sqft rooms but if you need a lot of storage space, it is more convenient to look in nearby areas, like Brooklyn or the Bronx. No matter where you rent, make sure the self-storage facility has climate-controlled units because the humidity and temperature ranges here are not suitable for storing much except for outdoor furniture, tools, vehicles, and gardening equipment. Ready now? Pack!

Frequently asked questions

Is a 5 x 5 storage unit big enough for storing my seasonal decorations?

Depending on the volume of your decorations, a 5 x 5 storage unit should be wellsuited to your needs. You might fit in an artificial christmas tree, boxes of baubles, decorations, and costumes all together.

Where can I find the best deals for a 5 x 10 storage unit?

For the best deals on a 5 x 10 storage unit, consider checking local listings, visiting different storage facility websites, or using online marketplaces dedicated to storage unit rental services.

How do I estimate the capacity of a 10 x 20 storage unit?

Estimating the capacity of a 10 x 20 storage unit is a process of considering square footage (200 square feet) and height (usually 8 - 10 feet), plus the volume and configuration of your items.

How do 10x10 storage unit prices compare to other unit sizes?

Compared to other unit sizes, the price of a 10 x 10 storage unit is usually intermediate. However, prices can vary significantly depending on location, facility amenities, and demand. In Manhattan, NY, the average price for a 10 x 10 storage unit is $.

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