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If you’re looking for self-storage in Brighton Heights, Staten Island, we’ve got you covered. 

Brighton Heights is on the North Shore of Staten Island, tucked in between New Brighton, Randall Manor and West Brighton. Some of the neighborhood is adjacent to Silver Lake Park, which was originally created to compete with Manhattan's Central Park and Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. (Despite its name, Silver Lake is actually a reservoir that was created in 1917.) 

Interested in learning more about Brighton Heights, Staten Island? Read on…

Brighton Heights, Staten Island Community

Staten Island was almost part of New Jersey but for the navigational skills of British Captain Christopher Billopp. Legend has it that the Duke of York decided to settle a New York/New Jersey turf war over the islands in the New York Harbor by a boat race. The Duke stated that any islands that could be circumnavigated in under 24 hours would belong to New York, and the others would go to New Jersey. Billopp rose to the challenge and sailed around Staten Island in 23 hours. Of course, historians have never been able to confirm the accuracy of the tale, but why let facts get in the way of a good story?

Originally called Richmond after Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of Richmond (and son to King Charles II of England with his mistress, Louise de Kéroualle, duchess of Portsmouth), Staten Island was renamed Staten Island in 1975. So if you’re new to the area, and wondering why there are so many "Richmond" signs around, now you know.  

Staten Island has seen more than its share of excitement over the years, as the home of a number of La Cosa Nostra gangsters. Paul Castellano, Gambino family mob boss, lived in a mansion on Todt Hill. John Gotti started his career with a 1973 murder in Snoope’s Bar in West Brighton, and the infamous Charles "Lucky" Luciano barely escaped with his life after visiting Staten Island in 1929.

Brighton Heights specifically was the location of a smallpox quarantine station in the 1800s. The governor of New York State, Daniel D. Tompkins moved to Staten Island in 1814 and bought hundreds of acres surrounding the quarantine station and became friends with Rev. Peter I. Van Pelt who conducted services at the station. Tompkins went on to become Vice President under James Monroe, and he donated the land he'd purchased so that a proper church could be constructed. The Brighton Heights Reformed Church is still in existence today.

Storage Post Self-Storage Facilities Near Brighton Heights, Staten Island

We have several Storage Post self-storage facilities in the Staten Island area, so we’re sure to have a nearby location that meets your needs:

Why Choose Storage Post?

With its North Shore location, Brighton Heights is no stranger to wind and weather such as hurricanes in summer, nor’easters in winter and everything else in between. Hurricane Ida caused major flooding in 2021, and it wasn’t the first time the Island had been hit by Mother Nature’s wrath. In 2012, Hurricane Sandy blasted a swath over the island. If you want to protect your possessions from temperature fluctuations and temperamental weather, ask about Storage Post’s climate-controlled units to keep your belongings safe and sound. 

Storage Post locations have convenient drive-up units that let you load and unload from your vehicle to your storage unit in a jiffy. You know, in case you have to stash something in a hurry…not that we are accusing anyone of anything, of course. Just remember, we have 24/7/365 security cameras. 

Speaking of security, our locations also boast state-of-the-art security features, including personal digital access codes, 24/7/365 security cameras and motion-activated lighting, and many locations also offer 24-hour access for your convenience. So if you need to access your unit in the wee hours of morning, you can do so safely and securely. 

We have your back if you just need storage for the time being, too. That's why we offer both short- and long-term rentals—you can even view our units, rent one that works for you and sign the contract online.

Why not drop by one of our convenient locations and talk to our friendly staff about how self-storage can help you live life in Brighton Heights, Staten Island!

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