Thicker lines represent a higher proportion of facilities, while brighter colors represent higher average prices.
Today’s Storage Spotlight shines the light on Las Vegas–not that this neon-encrusted city needed any more lighting other than the metaphorical type. As you can see, today’s piece is on the shorter-side, as sparsely-populated Nevada only has a few cities outside of Vegas with significant self-storage scenes.
It comes as no surprise that Vegas (and its northern half) have both more facilities and higher prices than any other city in Nevada–by a long shot. Las Vegas houses twenty-two storage facilities compared to Henderson‘s sixteen, Reno and Spark’s eight, and Boulder City’s five–that’s a state average of 13.5 facilities per city, still a bit higher than the National average. The average monthly price of storage in Las Vegas is $113.70, higher than Henderson’s $111.17, Boulder City‘s $109.64, and Reno and Sparks‘s $93.63. The state average price per unit is $105.91, far cheaper than the National average of $128.93. Which means you won’t have to gamble on a storage unit in Nevada.