Rent or Buy Boat & RV Storage Units in Henderson, NV
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Rent or Buy Storage Units in Henderson
1021 Olsen St, Henderson NV, Henderson NV 89011
At a Glance
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Rent or Buy Storage Units in Henderson, NV
LuxeLocker Henderson Storage Campus is located just 3 miles from downtown Henderson and 5 miles from Lake Las Vegas. It is a highly-secure gated site comprising 100 fully-enclosed storage units ranging in size from 14.5’ x 45 to 18’ x 60’.
The first-class facilities available on-site include:
Restrooms & shower facility, Wash station, Sewer dump station, Common water & hose bibs, Dumpster, Large asphalt drive isles – min 60′
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Make An Incredible Investment In Storage
Luxelocker is conveniently located in the eastern portion of Henderson just off of Lake Mead Parkway on Olsen Street for the storage of boats, RV’s, vehicles and general storage. The facility will provide an all-inclusive storage solution consisting of large individual storage units within a secure gated complex.
The units have an average size of 14’ x 45’ and include 14’ high overhead sectional garage door with automatic opener, security cameras, gated complex, a commercial owners association to maintain the complex and other amenities. Whether you’re looking to purchase or lease a unit – Luxelocker in Henderson has you covered. Inquire today for current availability!
Luxe Units vs. Basic Units
Both Basic and Luxe Units are available at LuxeLocker Henderson. Basic Units provide a high degree of security, protection, and convenience for the storage of luxury vehicles. For vehicles requiring extra care, Luxe Units offer additional features including, climate control and insulation, electricity and water supply, sewer line, and dedicated RV hookup.
Rent, Buy or Invest?
LuxeLocker units are available both to rent and buy.
For those considering storage as an investment, recent years have again shown storage real estate to be a secure, long-term investment that withstands recessions. Moreover, increasing demand for storage is presenting investors with new opportunities to generate regular, low-effort income streams from renting.
LuxeLocker helps owners and investors to manage the rental of their units via the LuxeLocker app.
The LuxeLocker App is a one-stop shop for managing your unit. It provides peace of mind by connecting to live webcams and enabling you to authorize access to trusted visitors and vendors, such as mechanics and detailers. You can also remotely open and close your unit from the app and manage your account and payments.
In addition, owners can use the app to list their unit for sale or rent in the LuxeLocker marketplace and connect to prospective buyers and renters.
Henderson is Nevada’s second-largest city after its close neighbor Las Vegas. Since 2010, its population has grown by over 32% reaching close to 350,000 inhabitants in 2020. The population continues to rise at some 3% per year.
Henderson is considered a gateway to adventure for outdoor enthusiasts. With both Lake Vegas and Lake Mead on its doorstep, and Lake Mohave just over an hour away, boaters, jet skiers, and water skiers from across the US flock to Henderson and its surroundings each year, especially between the months of May and July.
The BLM land surrounding Henderson also makes it a mecca for off-road drivers. Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers a wide range of long and short, hard and easy routes for ATVs, 4x4s, and other off-road vehicles to explore. East of Henderson, Red Rock Canyon National Park and Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest provide miles more of dirt trails, as does Boulder City to Henderson’s south.
For RVers, Henderson is also a great jumping-off point to start an RV adventure. Nevadans love RVing as proven by the nearly $300m they spent on RVs and services in 2019. Nevada is the perfect state for RVing: a wide-open state will a myriad of fascinating places to see and things to do from ghost towns, saloons, and haunted hotels; mines and mining camps, museums and galleries; opera and symphonies, hiking, hot springs and stargazing.