Over 1,000 storage units in 25 different sizes from 0.5 m² to 20 m²
Special spaces for classic cars
Plenty of office layouts for 1 to 6 persons
Hot desks and fixed workspaces in the coworking area
Seminar room for up to 6 participants
Montag - Freitag: 06:00 - 23:00 Uhr
Montag - Freitag : 08:00 - 20:00 Uhr
Samstag : 10:00 - 18:00 Uhr
The Space Plus Mega Store Bremen offers you ground-level access, whilst the storage units are located on several levels within the building. Naturally these are quick and easy to access via the goods lifts. The covered loading and unloading area makes you totally unreliant on the current weather situation. There are plenty of car parking spaces in front of the building, which you are welcome to use when you’re loading and unloading your self storage unit.
The personalised entry code allows access to your storage unit 7 days a week between 06:00 and 23:00. And if you need specialised packaging for the storage of your items, we can always offer a wide assortment of sustainably produced storage materials either locally or via our online shop.
The Space Plus Mega Store Bremen offers you a spacious coworking / Flex Office area. In addition to an open-plan coworking space, it also offers you a number of offices in various sizes. The whole area is fitted out with state-of-the-art office furniture and has high-speed WiFi.
Alarmed rooms / storage units
Personal contact with the customer advisor during office hours
Plenty of loading trolleys
Latest fire- and smoke detector systems
Specialised ventilation system
24/7 Rent & Store
Coffee & snacks
Warm, safe & clean
Local customer advisor
Loading and unloading inside the building
* included with a separate storage booking for at least 3 m²
The Space Plus Mega Store Bremen is located in the district of Bremen-Südvorstadt. The city centre is just 2.8 km away.
If you’re coming by car, there is easy access via the A281 motorway (Bremen-Neustadt junction) or the B75 federal road (Duckwitzstrasse exit), from where the facility is just a 2 minute drive.
There are also connections to the public transport network. The bus and tram stops Duckwitzstrasse and Solinger Strasse are right nearby.
The second largest city in northern Germany after Hamburg is also the capital of the eponymous city state and one of the 15 largest cities in Germany. The city’s roots go back way beyond the first recorded mention from the year 782. It is generally accepted that the region around the current city on the River Weser was already settled as far back as the Stone Age. In more modern times, Bremen is best known as an important location for international shipping and has undergone a sustainable structural transformation over the last 50 years. Formerly the home of renowned German shipyards, the city’s image is now characterised by future-orientated technologies such as aerospace and the automotive industry, including the city’s largest private employer Daimler AG.
Bremen’s particular charm is based not least on the fact that the city has been successful in preserving many traditional buildings from the last 600 years and in integrating them into the contemporary cityscape. There are many parts of Bremen where it is possible to wander through narrow medieval alleyways and visit many monument-listed buildings such as the Bremer Roland and the old town hall and at the same time enjoy all the advantages of a modern city. There are numerous museums and extensive landscaped green open spaces and over 50 sports clubs which contribute greatly to the high quality of life.