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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

Safe Ship Moving Services

Newark New Jersey moving companies, Whether you’re moving cross country or dealing with a long distance move between states, our professional long distance moving advisors bring...

US DOT: 3475743

MC: 1139083

United States Moving System Inc.

We are a Nationwide Moving Company based in NJ, offering local, Long distance, Commercial and overseas relocations. United States Moving System also...

US DOT: 1756708

MC: 642550

Mayzlin Relocation LLC

Mayzlin Relocation, a leading residential mover in Charlotte with years of experience, offers unique expertise in the secure and efficient family...

US DOT: 3182355

MC: 127375

All Exclusive Transportation Services Inc.

Newark NJ, The All Exclusive Transportation Services, Inc. is a fully licensed and insured company operating here in New York City. We have over 30 years of...

US DOT: 2553195

MC: 889801

Blvd Moving

Our mission is to deliver superior customer service and to provide the highest level of quality workmanship for the physical movement of goods. We...

US DOT: 2892909

Intra: 0191513

MC: 971895

Bridgeview Van Lines LLC

Depend on us when it comes to moving your valuable furnishings and appliances. Here at Bridgeview Van Lines we have a pronounced staff that makes...

US DOT: 3999327

Intra: IM3731

MC: 1502643

Dumbo Moving & Storage Inc.

We understand the importance of a smooth and stress-free NYC moving experience. With our exceptional team of professional NYC movers and years of...

US DOT: 1543241

Intra: 36990

MC: 573935

Alaska Terminals, Inc.

Movers Newark NJ, Since opening our doors for business back in 1981, Alaska Terminals has been associated with a high level of quality and professionalism. That’s...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 79658

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

Active Moving, Inc.

Newark New Jersey moving quotes, Active Moving, Inc is your one-stop moving company providing services nationwide. Based in NYC we have multiple warehouses in Brooklyn and New Jersey...

US DOT: 1278479

MC: 468599

Express Haulers LLC

Express Haulers services includes loading, unloading, packing, unpacking, disassembling and assembling etc. Express Haulers handles all types of...

US DOT: 3715137

Intra: 39PM00132700

MC: 1305406

OM Logistics and Trucking LLC

We at OM Van Lines understand how stressful the moving journey can be and the fear you have regarding your precious goods getting damaged during the...

US DOT: 3453290

MC: 1124878

USA Moving

Newark NJ, You can count on our team of experts to take care of your belongings and keep you updated with timely and clear communication about your move from...

US DOT: 3840633

MC: 1396566

Century Moving Services LLC

Century Moving Services is a specialized and renowned moving and storage company with over 20 years of experience. Over the years, we have developed...

US DOT: 1336680

Intra: 39PC00115000

MC: 515686

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.

History:
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.

Tourism:
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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