Self-Storage in New Brighton, Staten Island, NY storage units near you
If you’re looking for self-storage in New Brighton, Staten Island, we’ve got you covered.
New Brighton is on the North Shore of Staten Island. It’s surrounded by the Kill Van Kull strait on the north, Jersey Street on the east, Brighton and Castleton Avenues on the south and Lafayette Avenue on the west.
New Brighton was formed from six wards of the town of Castleton in 1866. It includes Hamilton Park, which has homes that were built before the Civil War. The oldest Catholic church on Staten Island, St. Peters, is also located in New Brighton and was built in 1844.
Interested in learning more about New Brighton, Staten Island? Read on…
New Brighton, Staten Island Community
Niche.com gives New Brighton top marks for diversity, nightlife and outdoor activities. The median house value is $380,321, and it’s a pretty even split (49/51%) between rent and own, with renters in a narrow lead. Twenty-seven percent of residents are families with children.
If you have a garden on Staten Island, be careful how you care for your lawn: You are only allowed to water it if you are holding the hose in your hand. Wonder what some lawmaker had against kids running through the sprinkler on a hot summer day?
The Atlantic Salt Company, located on the north shore of Staten Island, was founded in 1955, and it produces the road salt that keeps you from sliding into the ditch on snowy or icy days. They furnish the road salt for New York State, New Jersey and Connecticut.
If interior design is more your thing, the current site of the Atlantic Salt Company was originally the J.B, King Plaster Mill. Founded in 1876, it produced supplies of gypsum wallboard, cement, plaster, drywall, paste paint and other fireproofing materials. U.S. Gypsum purchased the J.B. King Plaster Mill in 1924 and operated until 1976.
Kill Van Kull might sound like a villain in the next James Bond movie, but it’s actually an important waterway. It’s a tidal strait that runs between Bayonne, New Jersey and Staten Island. A major conduit for ocean-going container transportation, it connects Newark Bay and Upper New York Bay, and is one of the most heavily traveled waterways in the Northern U.S.
The Bayonne Bridge connects New Jersey to Staten Island across the Kill Van Kull. As ships grew bigger and taller over the years, they couldn’t travel parts of the Kill Van Kull because they were taller than the bridge. The solution has been to dredge the waterway to make it deeper, and when that wasn’t enough, they raised the bridge in 2017.
Storage Post Self-Storage Facilities Near New Brighton, Staten Island
We have several Storage Post self-storage facilities in the Staten Island area, so we’re sure to have a nearby location to meet your needs:
Why Choose Storage Post?
New Brighton is close to the shore of Staten Island, and boating equipment and water skis can take up a lot of room in your garage. If you’re part of the 51% of New Brighton residents who rent their home, you’re out of luck unless you want to store your kayak in the living room all winter. A self-storage facility is an ideal solution.
Storage Post locations have convenient drive-up units that let you load and unload from your vehicle to the storage unit in a jiffy.
Of course, weather is always a factor, too. After all, Atlantic Salt has been in business for decades and is still selling salt so winter continues to happen. Staten Island can experience hurricanes in summer, nor’easters in winter and everything in between blowing up the Kill Van Kull. Fortunately, Storage Post's climate-controlled units will protect your possessions from harmful temperature fluctuations, no matter the weather.
Our Storage Post locations also have state-of-the-art security measures, 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. We get it, sometimes life happens, and you need a place to store grandma’s possessions while you find her a new place to live, or you're dealing with flood damage and need a short-term solution. 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 New Brighton, Staten Island!
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