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Experience the AAA Mini Storage Difference
Some days there aren’t enough hours to get things done, especially when you have a busy schedule.
All of our facilities are well lit, fully fenced with gate access and equipped with security cameras. Day or night we do our best to provide the best in security so you and your belongings feel safe when storing with us.
We make customer satisfaction our number one priority. From our knowledgeable staff, climate controlled units, vehicle parking and more, we make sure our customer's needs are met and are affordable for your budget.
SELF STORAGE IN DURHAM, NC
Feeling overwhelmed with the amount of stuff in your garage? Need to clear out space in a spare bedroom to start your business? Or maybe you’re moving into a smaller home and need a place to keep your extra furniture. Whatever situation you find yourself in, AAA Mini Storage in Durham, North Carolina, can help. Our clean, reliable storage facility on Junction Road in Northeast Durham has the storage solution for you, whether you’re looking for a traditional storage unit, a climate-controlled one, or business storage. With units from 5x5 to 10x25, you can find the perfect size for your needs.
We love our customers and believe in the value of our business. If someone you know needs storage, send them our way and we will send you $75! Make sure they mention you by name in the comments section of their move-in survey.
Neighborhoods of Durham North Carolina
BrightleafBrightleaf square located in the burgeoning Durham downtown area has a unique history. Previously tobacco warehouses, these buildings have been repurposed into a mixed-use destination for shopping, dining, working, and events. Continuing highlights include the Durham Roots Farmers Market held every Saturday.
9th StreetNorth of Brightleaf Square is 9th street in Durham. This unique shopping destination is located a block over from the historic Duke University Campus. 9th street is the epitome of the “Work – Play – Live” mantra of the millennial generation with options for upscale housing, food, and office all in a 5 block radius.
Durham, NC City Center and Tobacco RoadThe city center has seen tremendous revitalization in recent years with the repurposing of tobacco warehouses into modern attractions for Durham residents. The Durahm Bulls Athletic Park (home of the Durham Bulls AAA baseball club) is at the corner of Blackwell Street and Jackie Robinson Dr, right in the heart of downtown. Famous attractions here include the Tobacco Road sports café, which is a must-see as a part of any outing at the Bulls stadium.
Hwy 08 / US-70The intersection of US-70 and Hwy 98 is part of a major NC-DOT expansion project to improve the commuter experience from the Durham, NC suburbs into downtown. The completion of the Hwy 98 and US-70 interchange will increase ease of access for those who live outside of the urban core of Durham. Self-storage users benefit as well, being able to easily access AAA Ministoarge in Durham, which is located on Junction Road, less than a mile from the 98/US-70 interchange
Resources for Moving If you are moving from out of state and need help getting established, here are a few resources to help you get goingUtilities
- Duke Energy Progress is the main utility provider for Durham, NC. You can connect utilities online or via phone
- Garbage and Recycling is provided by the City of Durham with curbside for recyclables and household trash, plus options for one-time bulky item haul-off
- Public Transportation is primarily via GoDurhamTransit bus service. They provide excellent features like real-time bus tracking to see if your bus is on-time or late. Private providers like Uber and Lyft are popular to supplement routes not serviced