The Top Five Questions People Ask Us About Manhattan Mini Storage

March 26, 2014

The Empire State Building. The Statue of Liberty. The Brooklyn Bridge. All are icons of this incredible city we call home. And at the risk of sounding immodest, we think some New Yorkers may include Manhattan Mini Storage on that list. After all, we were the first self-storage company in New York (way back in 1978!), and…

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NYC Architect Launches Art Project at Manhattan Mini Storage!

October 8, 2013

When people decide to store their most personal treasures, how does that change their living space? How do people negotiate their relationships to that changed space? And what can they do to stay connected to their belongings, even after they’ve been stored away? Those are some of the questions New York-based artist Alex Schweder will…

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Crazy for Collectibles!

July 9, 2013

Last month a pair of original Peanuts strips — one signed by illustrator Charles Schulz himself — sold for a combined $78,200 at a multi-estate auction in Nassau County. But $78,200 is peanuts compared to two original “Batman” comic books going up for auction in August. Each is expected to fetch upwards of… wait for…

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Noted Artist Stores Drawings at Manhattan Mini Storage

March 6, 2013

Manhattan Mini Storage is in the news again! Today’s Wall Street Journal has a lovely feature about an accomplished charcoal artist who stores her artwork at one of our West 23rd Street location, even though she herself had to move out of New York. Read all about it here: An Expat Artist Leaves Her Drawings…

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