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City Moving

GP Movers offer the best moving services around. You can have a team of professional and highly skilled movers backing your move when you choose GP...

US DOT: 1826833

MC: 662744

Allied & North American Van Lines

Newark New Jersey moving companies, Allied & North American Van Lines has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service consumers,...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Jackson Movers LLC

Jackson Movers is a locally owned and operated moving and storage company in Dallas, TX. We move and relocate residential and commercial property. We...

US DOT: 3138126

MC: 97376

Laser International Transportation Incorporated

We provide international moving and storage solutions to private and corporate clients. We focus on transporting household goods and automobiles...

Interstate: 024579

M&M Movers Inc.

Newark NJ, Are you looking for efficient but affordable local movers in New Jersey and the surrounding areas? If yes, then M and M Moving & Storage is your...

US DOT: 2565534

Intra: 39PC00120200

MC: 895809

A1A Movers LLC

When it comes to residential moving, nobody does it faster and with more care than our dedicated residential teams. Our well trained, and well...

US DOT: 2821065

Intra: IM2642

MC: 940714

Golden Glove Movers LLC

We understand how valuable your belongings safe to you, when you hire one of our Movers in New Jersey it means your estimate will be guaranteed. Your...

US DOT: 3375631

MC: 1082786

24 7 Logistic Services

24/7 Logistic Services LLC offers a wide range of moving services for every life situation and your individual needs. We are dedicated to provide...

US DOT: 3005919

MC: 26561

Solomon and Sons Relocation Service Inc.

Movers Newark NJ, Providing one of a kind moving experience that focuses on the sole satisfaction of its customers. A moving company with hundreds of 5 Star reviews...

US DOT: 2512576

MC: 871506

Jacob and Sons Moving & Storage

Our story began a few years ago as a small business with a strong emphasis in community service. Over time, our business grew and now we are one of...

US DOT: 2543958

MC: 885424


Newark New Jersey moving quotes, Clutter services same-day local moves in most major cities in California, the Northeastern United States, Chicago, and Seattle. We also offer...

US DOT: 2719785

Intra: 0191122

MC: 934868

Road Runner Transit Inc.

Our moving company offers house and office moving and relocation services for long-distance and international transfers. We can even assist you in...

US DOT: 3579547

MC: 1236055

Premier Van Lines International

Founded in 1992, Premier Van Lines International is one of Americas leading relocation companies which specialize in international moves. We are...

US DOT: 3662762

MC: 1266993

Jersey Moving Pro

Newark NJ, Family owned and operated, Jersey Moving Pro is committed to providing our customers with first class service. Each one of our employees is trained...

US DOT: 3127438

Intra: 39PC00126700

MC: 91273

World Class Moving Systems

We are committed to providing the highest quality, professional service available on local, domestic and international relocations to every customer.

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

In 1975, Harper's Magazine ranked Newark as the "worst city in America." Since then, Newark has gone far to surpass the expectations of both officials and residents. Recent recognition of Newark's transformation has led some to dub Newark as the "Little SoHo," given the sprawl of its art galleries, culture, esteemed restaurants, and new commercial buildings.

The largest city in New Jersey, Newark is located fives miles west of Manhattan. Port Newark is a major container shipping port. Newark Liberty International Airport, the nation's fifth busiest international air gateway, is an international airport operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Newark is also the third largest insurance center in United States. There are seven hospitals located in Newark; UMDNJ, New Jersey Medical School, operates The University Hospital.

Newark's recent transformation and convenient geographical location (a 20 minute ride from NY on the NJ Transit), has enticed many people to move to Newark for career and life opportunities.

Newark was founded in 1666 by Connecticut Puritans. Its growth began in the early 1800s, namely due to Seth Boyden, a manufacturer of leather. The building of the Morris Canal in 1831 connected Newark with the New Jersey hinterland. From then until the mid 19th century, Newark became a major industrial center; famous figures such as John Wesley Hyatt and Thomas Edison resided here.

In the mid 20th century, Newark was a major city. Following WWII, Newark was affected by the Federal Housing Administration (making it impossible for many to get housing mortgages), and the construction of Interstate 280 and 78, and the New Jersey Turnpike. These highways further divided the city economically, separating the commuters from the residents.

Consequently, from 1950 to 1960, Newark's population dropped from 438,000 to 408,000. Despite new ethnic groups moving into Newark and the largely non-white population of the city, socio-economic power still fell largely in the hands of a small, white population. Tensions escalated during the 1967 Newark riots; after an African American was brutally beaten by police, a series of riots occurred.

Such tension existed into the 1970s and 1980s; during the 1990s, Newark opened a string of cultural centers. By the mid-200s, the crime rate fell by 58%, and the murder rate faced a similar dramatic decline.

Since being ranked "The Most Dangerous City in the Nation" by MONEY Magazine in 1996, Newark has worked to revamp its image as a city with the highest number of homicides into a city boasting considerable cultural attractions. The New Jersey Performing Arts Center opened on features the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and various visiting artists.

Other attractions include the New Jersey Historical Society, the Newark Public Library, the Jewish Museum of New Jersey, and the Museum of African American Music. The Newark Museum houses a world renowned Tibetan collection. City Without Walls, Gallery Aferro, and Aljira are the major art galleries located in Newark.

Riverfront Stadium, a 6,200 seat baseball stadium built for the Newark Bears, opened in July 1999.

New restaurants and shops are also attracting tourists from near and far.

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