Self Storage in 10303 New York storage units near you

About the Area

Zip code 10303 sits at the mouth of the Hudson River on the northwestern edge of Staten Island, NY and includes neighborhoods like Mariners Harbor and Port Ivory. The locale nestles up to Newark Bay, near the Kill Van Kull in the east and Arthur Kill to the west. (And, in case you’re wondering, “Kill” is from the Middle Dutch word for waterway “kille.”)

Self-Storage in 10303

Storage Post, North Shore is just 5 miles away, down Richmond Terrace, from zip code 10303, and we love this part of Staten Island.

If you live in the 10303 zip code, you’re living in the 27th out of 725 most diverse neighborhoods in NYC, according to In addition to top marks for diversity, Niche gives the area high points for public schools, being good for families and outdoor activities. Living close to all that water has some advantages! If you like watersports, you know how much room equipment and toys can take, so a self-storage unit can be a good option to free up space in your garage.

61% of people in zip code 10303 own their homes, and the average home value is $340,800. Forty-two percent of people living in the area have kids.

Fun fact: Port Ivory was actually named for soap. You know, Ivory soap, the white one that floats? Procter & Gamble manufactured this soap from 1907-1991 and was a major employer in the area.

The Goethals Bridge runs right into Port Ivory, and rumor has it you can tell by your nose when you’re getting close to the end of the bridge. An average of 1.2 million cars travel between Staten Island and Elizabeth NJ monthly, and it takes about 3 minutes to traverse the 1.5 mile bridge in normal traffic. Meanwhile, pedestrians and bicyclists can use a shared path over the bridge. Goethals Bridge was built simultaneously with Outerbridge Crossing, and both bridges opened in 1928. The bridge was designed to allow large ships to sail underneath it up the Arthur Kill.

Fun fact: if you travel from NJ to Staten Island, it will cost you $16. If you travel from Staten Island to NJ, it costs you nothing.

Self-Storage Facilities Near 10303

We have several locations near 10303 for your convenience:

Why Choose Storage Post

Whether it’s blowing in up the Hudson River or across the Kill Van Kull or the Arthur Kill, if you live on Staten Island, you’ll have to contend with the weather. You get to experience the full gamut of seasons, and you need the clothing, blankets and equipment to deal with these. If you’re new to the area, here’s a little primer on what the weather is like in NYC. Bulky comforters, warm clothing and snow tires can take up a lot of space, so a self-storage unit can be a big help.

And all those temperature fluctuations can be hard on furniture, clothing and other valuables, so you should consider investing in a climate-controlled unit. These units are never too hot or too cold, which prevents wood from warping, stops mildew from developing and protects all your photos, documents and fragile items.

It can be tough starting out in business in NYC, especially if you’re a small business owner with big ambition. Let’s face it, Big Apple commercial space carries big price tags, but if you can make it there … you know the rest. Did you know that a self-storage unit could be a great alternative as you build your business? You can store inventory, supplies, office equipment, materials and documentation for a fraction of the cost of commercial space and have access to it seven days a week.

If you’re taking the Staten Island Ferry to work every day and coming home at night to build your dream, which has outgrown your micro-apartment, then self-storage could help you build your business. Here are some ways you can use self-storage to build your small business.

Stop into any of our convenient Storage Post locations near 10303 to see how we can help you with all your storage needs.

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