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Public Storage facilities in Yonkers, NY offer a variety of discounts to their customers. When searching for storage units Yonkers, compare the price of the storage unit as well as the discount that storage facility is offering on that unit. Some self-storage facilities offer the same special on every storage unit they have in their inventory, while other facilities might offer different specials on selective storage units in their inventory. Yonkers storage facility specials change from day to day, depending on the storage facilities occupancy of a particular storage unit at that given time. Some storage facilities might not offer a discount on a storage unit.
Storage for rent in Yonkers, NY. Prices can vary based on storage unit sizes and it's amenities.
Self-Storage unit prices in Yonkers start as low as $4.00 per month. Typically smaller storage units are less expensive and are located on an upper floor or are stacked above another unit, requiring a rolling ladder to access the unit. You will also find that a lower floor or ground floor storage unit will typically cost you more money than a unit that is an upper floor that would require elevator access. The most common storage units are 5’ X 5’, 5’ X 10’, 10’ X 10’ and 10’ X 20’ and standard ceiling storage unit heights are 8 feet high. Storage unit doors could vary in width from 3’ to 8’ feet wide depending on unit size.
Whether a unit is climate controlled or a drive up, will determine the price. Usually, storage units which are climate controlled, air conditioned, are more expensive than drive up units accessible from the outside.
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Yonkers, NY is a great place to rent self-storage units.
Near to New Rochelle, Manhattan, and New York City, and set on the scenic banks of the Hudson River, Yonkers NY is a great place to call home. Residents can easily commute into New York, which is just two miles away, via the Metro North rail lines or by car.
The fourth largest city in the state of New York, Yonkers is also the hub of Westchester County. At the time of the 2010 Census, the city had over 195,000 residents, and most of them reside in the 10701, 10705, 10704, 10710 and 10703 zip codes.
Yonkers is somewhat of a shopping hub for Westchester County and Bronx residents. The streets are lines with independent businesses, major chains, and anything else you would hope to find. In Getty Square, the heart of downtown Yonkers, there are shops, non-profits, and government buildings.
At the Yonkers Raceway, residents can watch horse harness racing or try their luck with video slot machines. One of the city's more unique attractions is Science Barge, a floating urban farm with a hydroponic greenhouse and onboard wind turbines. The Science Barge hosts school groups during the week and is open to all on weekends.
Originally, Yonkers was a farming community. As New York City become more industrial, so did Yonkers. Industry was the city's main business through the 1980s, when the Otis Elevator Factory closed. Now, Yonkers is primary residential given its location as a gateway to New York City and Manhattan.
Residents of Yonkers can choose between prewar apartment buildings, modern luxury condos, and single-family homes. Many offer great views of the Hudson River. For those living in apartments while saving up to buy a home, drive up units are a safe, secure storage solution. There are even vehicle storage units for residents who have a car, yet don't use it daily and want safe storage. This is especially convenient in winter, when the region is battered by snowstorms.
As you might expect given its proximity to New York, Yonkers is a diverse community that celebrates the cultures of its residents. From a legendary St. Patrick's Day parade to a Columbus Day festival with a Miss Italian-American beauty pageant, there are many ethnic festivals that promote community.
During the summer, the city puts on several music, culture, and arts festivals for residents and visitors. Whether you want an outdoor movie night or a summer jazz festival, you'll find it without leaving the city. If you want more to do, New York City is so close.
The Hudson River offers summertime recreation in the form of boating, fishing, and kayaking. Slightly north of Yonkers, residents can enjoy hiking in Rockefeller State Park Preserve. Yonkers itself has biking, walking, and jogging trails as well as the Tibbetts Brook Park. There are two golf courses in the city.
If you are looking for a place to live that offers easy car and public transit to Manhattan, is rich in cultural diversity, and has access to outdoor recreation, then you will love living in Yonkers.