Map from our previous location to our new
Hermosa Beach location
We are OPEN EVERYDAY 10 am - 7 pm everyday

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2 easy routes shown with red and blue guidelines

We are 150 feet SOUTH of 6th and Valley, next to the north end of "South Park", nestled amongst many trees and across from the beautiful "greenbelt" in Hermosa Beach. Our address is
530 6th Street, we're in the Beach Cities Self Storage Building, with our entrance at the south end of the building on Valley Drive, right next to South Park. You'll see pallets of river rocks in our driveway and there's plenty of free parking in the driveway, right next to the pallets of rocks.

Parking & entrance SOUTH END of Beach Cities Storage

Driving NORTH on Valley Street, our driveway parking lot is about 1/4 mile past 2nd street, and 150 ft. BEFORE 6th Street . Were just past "South Park" .

If you drive north past our entrance and driveway parking lot you will see the front of "Beach Cities Storage" main building, and their office is at the north end, about 150 feet past our driveway around the corner - that IS NOT the entrance or parking for our location. Please use the parking area and entrance shown in the image above.

We're at about 5th and valley (but 5th street doesn't connect to Valley Drive). The image above was taken about 10 feet beyond the street (Valley Drive) while facing west, showing a full view of most of the building. You can also see some ice plant that covers most of the outside parameter of the scenic "Green Belt", of course there is a large open path in the middle where people stroll, jog and walk their dogs. The view of the greenbelt from inside our store is really beautiful! The Green Belt starts in Manhattan Beach and continues about a half a mile south past our building ending at Herondo Street (Herondo is what Hermosa and Redondo decided to name this last section of what is also called Anita in Redondo Beach and 190th street through the rest of the South Bay area). The Hermosa Valley Greenbelt Trail (Veterans Parkway) is a now "rail-trail" that used to be railroad tracks owned by Santa Fe Railway.

 

Looking SOUTH from 6th and Valley street, were about 150ft further south on the right