As a professional writer about all things storage and organization, you might imagine that I’m extremely organized. You might imagine that, but that doesn’t necessarily make it true. In fact, I’m a mess. However, over the course of the last several years, Google has made my life significantly more organized, and I want to take a stab at explaining how, so that maybe you can learn something that will help you, too. Continue reading
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Kirkland, Washington, is located in King County. It is a part of the Eastside of Lake Washington, and is considered a suburb of Seattle, though it is a city in its own right. Kirkland is important mainly because of its proximity to Seattle. It is a regional center for education and tourism.
The Little City that Could
Kirkland is located around Lake Washington. It is bordered by Redmond (east), Kenmore, Woodinville, Bothell (north), and Bellevue (south). Downtown Kirkland is located along the shore of the Eastside of Lake Washington. There are several restaurants, public parks, art galleries and beaches in Kirkland, which attract people from the neighboring cities at all times of the year.
There are several high profile businesses based in Kirkland. Some of the most prominent ones are Bluetooth Special Interest Group, Papillon Airways, Griptonite Games, Monolith Productions, Acumatica, LTC Financial Partners and Lancs Industries. A large part of the Kirkland economy is dependent on the technology firms operating in nearby Raymond, like Google and Microsoft.
Cultural Center Points
Kirkland attracts a lot of tourists, especially in the summer months because of the waterfront parks located here. The biggest attractions in the city include the Saint Edward State Park, Bridle Trails State Park, the Kirkland Performance Center, the Kirkland Arts Center, and Peter Kirk Park. Other popular attractions include a lake cruise in Argosy and Juanita Bay Park.
Kirkland is a busy little city and its residents, like the residents of any other city, need temporary storage once in a while. Several companies provide storage facilities in and around Kirkland. You can find the best storage unit deals near Kirkland on our website.
Self-Storage Unit Deals in Kirkland
Typical Kirkland storage units have dimensions of 5’x5′, suitable for storing small items. They can be rented for $40 or more a month. The price will depend on the amenities offered along with the storage. Additional amenities include roll up doors, climate control, swing doors, interior storage, high ceilings and alarms.
Large capacity Kirkland storage facilities are also available for large items. A 5’x15′ inch unit can cost upwards of $150 per month to rent.
There is no upfront cost when reserving a unit on our site, and you can choose to move in now or later. Call us if you have any questions or concerns.