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Premier Storage in South Charlotte

Trust Ballantyne Commons Storage Centre to Keep Your Belongings Safe and Sound

Whether you're in the process of moving or building a home, decluttering or maybe in need of some storage space for your child's belongings as they move to college, Ballantyne Commons Storage Centre is South Charlotte's premier storage facility.


Ballantyne Commons Storage Centre has 14 different unit sizes available. All units have at least 10 feet of vertical space. Their smallest unit comes in at just 5 feet by 5 feet, allowing 25 square feet of space to store everything from personal items to small pieces of furniture and business records. The largest unit is equivalent to the size of a one-car garage. Offering 250 square feet of storage (10 feet by 25 feet), this unit could potentially hold furniture for a four- or five-bedroom house with room for major appliances and boxes.


Located right off Ballantyne Commons Parkway next to the Promenade Shopping Center, the storage center is easy to access with large truck accessibility. The office is open Monday through Saturday, but gate access hours are seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.


Ballantyne Commons Storage Centre is a four-story building that is fully temperature-controlled. The building also has elevators, free on-site use of moving equipment and moving supplies available for purchase. A conference room is available for tenants’ use, as well as Wi-Fi access and faxing.


Keeping your belongings safe is a top priority for Ballantyne Commons Storage Centre. The facility is fully equipped with surveillance cameras for your safety and peace of mind. Access to the building is coded with a personalized code issued to each tenant.

Ballantyne Commons Storage Centre

5527 Ballantyne Commons Parkway, Charlotte


  • Photograph courtesy of Neil MacAulay
  • Photograph courtesy of Neil MacAulay
  • Photograph courtesy of Neil MacAulay
  • Photograph courtesy of Neil MacAulay
  • Photograph courtesy of Neil MacAulay