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
Monday - Sunday: 06:00 - 23:00
Monday - Friday: 08:00 - 20:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00
The Space Plus Mega Store Essen offers ground level access, whilst the storage units are located on three levels within the building. A particular highlight is the integrated drive-in zone offering convenient and dry loading and unloading in all weather conditions. There are plenty of car parking spaces in front of the building, which you are welcome to use when you’re visiting your self storage unit.
The personalized entry code allows access to your unit every day between 6:00 am and 11:00 pm. And if you need specialized packaging for the storage of your items, we can offer a wide assortment of sustainably produced storage materials either locally or via our online shop.
The spacious coworking / Flex Office area is located on the top floor. This offers an open coworking space and a number of offices in various sizes. The entire area is kitted out with contemporary office furniture and high-speed WiFi. And if you’d like to take a short break with free refreshments, our extensive roof terrace is the place for you to unwind.
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 Essen is located close to the Thyssen-Krupp cube in Essen-Altendorf at the boundary to the Westviertel district. Directly opposite is the Kronenberg shopping centre, and Essen city centre with its multitude of shops is just 2.5 km away.
If you’re coming by car, we’re just a 10 minute drive from the A40 motorway (Essen-Holsterhausen junction).
There is also good access via public transport. The tram stops Sälzerstraße, Kronenberg and Helenenstraße are right nearby.
The city of Essen has a population of just under 600,000 and is one of the 10 largest cities in Germany. The city can look back on an eventful 1,000 year history. In more recent times, it has undergone an astonishing transformation from the formerly ubiquitous coal-mining and steel industry to a modern service sector economy offering a high quality of life. It was once the largest coal mining city in the world with no less than 60 active shafts, but since the structural renaissance started in the 1960s Essen has developed into an important manufacturing and business location with many high-profile companies headquartered in the city, which is widely known as the “secret capital of the Ruhr region”, and not just because of its central location.
The congenial Ruhr city offers a multitude of cultural attractions. In addition to the Zollverein colliery which is now a UNESCO world heritage site, Essen also hosts many high-profile cultural attractions such as the Folkwang Museum, the Grillo-Theater and the Opera House designed by Alvar Aalto, to name just a few. It seems logical therefore that Essen was the 2010 cultural capital of Europe, representing the Ruhr region. Essen can also stand toe-to-toe with arguably better-known cities in North Rhein-Westphalia in terms of quality of life. In 2017 the city was awarded the honorary title of “Green Capital of Europe” by the European Commission and offers plenty of green oases in the south of the city such as around the Baldeney-See and the Schellenberger Wald, which are great places to spend leisure time. Essen’s endearing and liveable environment is also complemented by many sporting activities for young and old alike.