NEW MEMBER PROFILE: Metro Self Storage


Metro Self Storage wants to help Chicagoans store items efficiently. They understand that convenience is important and offers access from early morning until late evening every day of the year. Metro Self Storage offers climate control storage units with 24-hour security camera monitoring and electronic coded gate access. Deliveries accepted, free e-billing, they accept credit/debit cards; they also have a customer referral rewards program. They have good prices on packing and moving supplies perfect for whether you're looking to reclaim lost closet space or relocating to a new home.

Whether you need off-site storage for important documents, or a business expansion requires an interim space to warehouse inventory, Metro Self Storage is here to give you room to enjoy what matters most in life with secure and flexible storage solutions. Read below to learn more about Metro Self Storage.

How long have you been in the neighborhood?

We have been here since 2004.

Why the West Loop?

Saw a great market to get into before the big boom!

What are your top challenges in growing your business?

Finding the right residents and businesses that need us.

Why did you join the West Central?

There is no other self storage company represented.

What makes Metro Self Storage unique?

Metro Self Storage is different because we put customer service first. We are large and well known, however we are also privately operated. [This] means we put money back into our stores and communities.

What gets you up in the morning?

Knowing I will meet someone new/different daily [and] help make [their] life easier.

What’s your favorite part of the West Loop?

The constant development going on around here, knowing it’s not even half way done yet. This is a great neighborhood.

What does the future of Metro Self Storage look like?

We are always looking to build more and expand. We are the largest private operated self-storage provider. So [we would like] to continue to be a leader in storage.

Bonus Question: Bikes, driving or public transportation? Go. 

I prefer to drive for convenience purposes. Aside from that, biking is the way to go!