Are you looking for a safe place for vehicle storage in Kansas City, MO? SubTropolis Storage offers a secure storage facility for boat storage, RV storage, classic car storage, and more deep underground in Kansas City. Whatever vehicle you are looking to store, we have the space for it. SubTropolis offers specialized storage for jet skis, wave runners, campers, motorcycles, boats, RVs, classic cars, pop-up trailers, etc.
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Many reasons make SubTropolis a safe and secure location for vehicle storage in Kansas City, MO. An underground facility naturally protects your vehicles from the elements, including rain and extreme weather or natural disasters like flooding and tornados. Our facility is climate-controlled, which means we maintain humidity and temperature, keeping our facility between 61-70° year-round.
In addition, we have bright lights that make the area well lit, sprinklers installed throughout the facility to prevent fires, and a fully paved facility making it safe to drive the vehicles underground. We require an appointment in advance to access the facility in addition to having alarmed storage rooms with a security department on patrol 24/7. This ensures that the vehicles are kept safe and secure from damage and unwanted guests.
When you need premier vehicle storage in Kansas City, MO, choose SubTropolis Storage. Our facility is located just 10 minutes from downtown Kansas City, across MO-210 from the Ameristar Casino. SubTropolis Storage is about 10 minutes away from Kansas City’s central business district and is less than 25 minutes away from the Kansas City International Airport. Our near central location and close proximity to major highways, including I-435, I-35, I-29, and I-70 means you can access us in less than 45 minutes from anywhere within the Kansas City Metro area.
SubTropolis is on the site of a limestone deposit about 270 million years old. Through mining and excavation beginning in 1945, limestone was removed by the room and pillar method – leaving behind 25-foot square pillars with 65-foot centers about 40 feet apart. In fact, the awe-inspiring SubTropolis is made up of about 10,000 of these limestone pillars. Limestone is about 6x stronger than regular concrete, with the ability to hold about 18,000-24,000 pounds per square inch.