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626 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001

Phone Number

(212) 564-7735

What could you do with a little extra storage? At Chelsea Mini Storage, our storage facility near Manhattan offers 200 different storage units covering over 1,000,000 square feet to provide you with secure self storage options to suit every need; please call (212) 564-7735 to discuss moving and storage in NYC.

Driving Directions

From Union City, take John F Kennedy Blvd. south to NJ-495 E. Continue onto NY-495 E and take the 36th St. exit toward I-495 E/Downtown/Madison Square Garden. Follow the exit onto Dyer Ave., then turn right onto W 35th St. In 0.3 miles, turn left onto 11th Ave., then turn right onto W 27th St. in 0.4 miles. Turn right onto 12th Ave. and take the next right onto W 28th St. to find us on your right.

From Queens, head south on 99th St. and turn right onto Horace Harding Expy. Merge onto I-495 W via the left ramp and take the exit for E 37th St., keeping left to merge onto E 37th St. In 1.5 miles, turn left onto 11th Ave., then turn right onto W 27th St. Take your first right onto 12th Ave., then take your first right again onto W 28th St. to find Chelsea Mini Storage ahead on your right.

What's Nearby

Chelsea Waterside Park

International Print Center New York

Gershwin Theatre

Rockefeller Center

Times Square

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Today, New York is home to more than eight million residents and receives over 25 million visitors each year. It is famous for many landmarks and historical areas, including the Broadway Theater District, Times Square, the Statue of Liberty, and the Empire State Building.

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