Hyde Park Storage

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About Hyde Park Storage

About Hyde Park Storage Art

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Hyde Park Storage joined other South Tampa businesses with unique outdoor art in combination with new signage. It can be viewed on the Northern most "canvas" (block wall), facing Platt and Dakota Streets next to the Post Hyde Park Apartments. The well known artist, "Letterfly" took an idea from the local owner and created a classic "Corinthian Column/Frieze" design that fits in well with the Historic Designation in Hyde Park.

The artist, Dave "Letterfly" Knoderer is a native of Michigan who moved to Florida thirty years ago. He is known as the resident artist at Lazydays as well as other artistic endeavors. He will be teaching at the Ringling School of Art this fall. Many of his home mural works have been filmed for the HGTV television program "Designers Challenge". This past spring he did the Show House for the Florida Orchestra.

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Rental Agreement

For your protection, a rental agreement is executed for each unit. The manager will explain the rental agreement and give you a copy of the Rules and Regulations for the facility.

Insurance for unit contents is recommended and the tenant's responsibilty.

Items placed in self-storage units are your sole responsibility. Hyde Park Storage does not insure the contents of your unit. If your personal insurance does not cover stored possessions, check with your insurance agent for coverage or the manager has insurance brochures in the office. A policy can be added to your monthly bill.

Prohibited Items

You alone control access to your storage unit. There are some items which should never be placed in a storage unit. They include: anything illegal, improperly packed aged food, perishables, highly flammable materials, liquids, explosives, corrosives, hazardous or toxic waste, people, or animals.