Chicago Storage - City Guide
It might not be the meatpacking capital of America or the world’s largest railroad hub anymore, but there’s still plenty of reasons to move to Chicago. Whether it’s the booming economy home to tech startups and food conglomerates alike, 8,000 acres of municipal parkland, or an amazing restaurant scene, Chicago is a popular moving destination for recent grads across the Midwest and families from all over the country. Few cities offer the same combination of culture, nature, and economy.
Of course, all that means a tight housing market and high prices, with median house prices around $300K and median rent at about $1500 a month. And while those old 19th-century apartment buildings are beautiful, good luck getting anything bigger than a full-size mattress inside!
Fortunately, though, there are self-storage facilities all over Chicago and Cook County, whether you’re in Rogers Park or Hegewisch, Chinatown or Austin. You’ll be surprised at how affordable and convenient your options are, so don’t let storage be what holds you up from your Second City move.