Luggage Storage Downtown Manhattan
$5.95/day/item (learn more)
$5.95/day/item (learn more)
Easy self-storage at NYC airports and train stations being a thing of the past and security at an all-time high, finding a suitable space to stow your bags, in the hope of spending your free time in the city, can be tricky indeed. Vertoe offers a network of convenient locations across NYC, for short-term (a few hours) and long-term storage (several days) ensuring ease of access, security and transparent payment options, for as little as $6.95 per day!
A recent addition in downtown Manhattan, head to the Subway/C-store on Chambers Street to stow your luggage and journey hassle-free to revel in the sights and sounds of TriBeCa. Close to New York’s Financial district and landmarks such as the World Trade Center, City Hall, Wall Street, and Brooklyn Bridge, this venue is also ideal if you opt for a ferry to Liberty Island form Battery Park.
With jet-setting having become an ingrained attribute in our lifestyles – be it leisure travel, working vacations or business trips – there is an undeniable want to explore, experience or even to simply ‘catch a break’ from the daily grind. In a city as thriving and vibrant as NYC, there is rarely a dearth of things to do and places to see, even if you are no stranger to the Big Apple. Whether you fancy shopping around downtown Manhattan, spending the day at leisure in Central Park, hopping on the subway to Brooklyn or choose to explore New York on foot, your carry-ons can pose a significant challenge. Experience the city like never before, and drop your bags off at locations close to major landmarks, including Grand Central, Penn Station, Times Square and Central Park, and across the boroughs of Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn.
WHILE IN TRIBECA…
Abound with cast-iron buildings and cobblestone streets reminiscent of the area’s industrial past, TriBeCa is a coveted piece of real estate, home to famous names, among them, Robert De Niro, Jay-Z and Beyoncé. With a reputation for exciting dining and nightlife, the neighborhood boasts the best Japanese fare in the city (try Nobu, Brushstroke or Rosanjin), contemporary cross-over options (Atera, Bubby’s and The Odeon) and bespoke cocktails (Brandy library and Ward III). A mecca of galleries and performance spaces, experience the magic of the movies at the Tribeca Film Festival and delight in eclectic performances at The Flea Theatre. Reflecting the affluent demographic, browse designer basics at Nili Lotan, Issey Miyake and Thom Browne, look for a smattering of quirky one-offs, or pick unconventional novels at the Mysterious Bookshop.
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