Minneapolis, MN - Mobile Offices, Storage Containers, Modular Buildings

360 Mobile Office is a nationwide leader in temporary/modular space and storage. Our service provides fast delivery to Minneapolis and it's surrounding area via our qualified supply partners.

Mobile Office Trailers

Mobile Office

8’ x 20’: 400 sq.ft.

10’ x 30’: 2160sq.ft.

24’ x 60’: 8400 sq.ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $180-$350

Uses: Construction Office, Sales/Retail Office Space, Disaster Recovery

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Storage Containers

storage container

20ft Standard

30ft Standard

40ft Standard

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $75-$150

Uses: Construction Equipment & Material Storage, Excess Inventory

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Modular Buildings

modular building

10’ x 40’: 400 sq.ft.

36’ x 60’: 2160 sq.ft.

140’ x 60’: 8400 sq.ft.

+ Other Sizes

Typical Lease Price: $850-$3000

Uses: Classrooms, Offices, Medical Buildings, Retail Space

For Sale, Rent or Lease

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Minneapolis, MN

We Serve:
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Eagen, Apple Valley, Burnsville, Bloomington, Chanhassen, Minnetonka, New Hope, Brooklyn Park, Lino Lakes, Shoreview, Roseville

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Call 1-877-550-5317

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Featured Minneapolis Mobile Office, Container, and Modular Space Suppliers

Super Cubes LLC

mobile office

5920 12th Avenue S., #100 Minneapolis, MN 55417

Minneapolis, MN Branch Location

Satellite Shelters, Inc.

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2530 Xenium Lane N., Ste 500 Plymouth, MN 55441

Minneapolis, MN Branch Location

Williams Scotsman

modular office complex

19820 Kenrick Avenue Lakeville, MN 55044

Minneapolis, MN Branch Location

About Minneapolis

The estimated population of Minneapolis, MN in 2010 is around 390,000, according to the local council. With this many people in the area, and sharing the space with St. Paul, if you ask some, this metropolitan area is a place where many backgrounds come together to create homes and businesses. With its hometown atmosphere, Minneapolis is an area where families settles down, which is evidenced in the steady listing prices for homes in the area as of June 2010. But what’s interesting for those who want to get into real estate investments and land developing is that the media sales price of homes between March 2010 and May 2010 has gone up by over 44%. This dramatic jump is a sign that businesses who want to get into the area might want to get into the market now while the prices are reasonable and the growth is continuing.

In 2010, the biggest industries in the Minneapolis area include financial services, rail and trucking companies, health and medical care, sales, and traditional industrial fields. While this list doesn’t include the many other successful smaller industries, businesses who are considering Minneapolis may want to know what is already available in the area before setting up on site steel storage or modular buildings. The real estate market for businesses is looking strong, with a strong possibility of continued growth and movement in the upward direction. While nothing is certainly land development seems to be a safe decision in the Minneapolis area.