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Up N' Go Moving

Up N' Go Moving started over 15 years ago in Long Island City with the goal of transforming the New York City moving experience. We provide...

US DOT: 1503133

Intra: 38847

MC: 564417

Bronze Star Moving and Storage Incorporated

New York New York moving companies, We’re a bunch of hard working folks aiming to make people's lives easier. The level of service we provide is the most important component of our...

US DOT: 3710555

MC: 1302081

Modern Logistics LLC

We strive to be in constant communication with our customers until the job is done.

US DOT: 3341390

MC: 1066560

Mayflower Van Lines

Mayflower is a trusted, national moving company for over 90 years. As part of the nation’s largest organization, providing moving and storage...

US DOT: 125563

MC: 2934

Premier Van Lines International

New York NY, 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

Move Happy

Whether it's to a new home with boxes full of precious memories, a company move with crucial files, or a family relocation due to military...

US DOT: 2227518

MC: 403020

Desert Moving Co. & Storage

From Door-To-Door or Country-To-Country, let us help you decide how much relocation help you need.

US DOT: 70719

Intra: 0189598

MC: 87113

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

Paula's Movers

Movers New York NY, Integrity in our business practice, diligence in our work ethic, and clarity of value delivered to all our customers. We treat our customers like...

US DOT: 3234359

Intra: 41131

MC: 1014669

Dolphin Express, Inc.

Dolphin Express is a leading International Relocation company that provides professional packing, storage, and worldwide shipping/moving services....

US DOT: 1025379

MC: 375007

Available Movers & Storage Inc.

New York New York moving quotes, Enjoy the difference with Available Movers & Storage, a reliable moving company in Bronx NYC and New Jersey area. We at Available Movers value our...

US DOT: 1323278

Intra: 36716

MC: 510368

Movage Inc.

Movage offers you one-price for your move. Flat-pricing is based on the exact household inventory that you are moving and guarantees you an...

US DOT: 1459999

Intra: 36787

MC: 551548

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

Blvd Moving

New York NY, 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

United Transportation Moving & Storage

At United Transportation Moving & Storage, our mission is this: to handle your items and deliveries in a timely and cost–efficient manner and to...

US DOT: 1978660

MC: 699570

Frank Sinatra sums it up best: If you're "longing to stray right through the very heart of it," then there's no better place to move than New York, New York, as thousands of New York movers have made clear over the years. Known as the city that never sleeps, it has the largest population in the United States, and its one of the largest cities in the world. It is composed of five different boroughs, each a different county, Manhattan of New York County, Queens of Queens County, Bronx of Bronx County, Brooklyn of Kings County, and Staten Island of Richmond County. New York has three surrounding airports, LaGuardia Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Newark International Airport. Additionally, the Port of New York is still one of the largest in the nation.

Economy:
New York is a world leader in business and commercial transactions. It is considered one of the top financial cities in the world, along with Tokyo and London. Manufacturing is continually declining; however products such as clothing, chemicals, metals and foods are still produced. Additionally, New York is a mass communication center for publishing, television, and advertising. The top newspapers of the city include The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. The transportation industry has a constant flow of business through New York, with three major airports, the Port of New York, and numerous highways and railways.

Tourism:
New York attracts millions of visitors every year, making tourism a large part of the economy. Major bridges include the George Washington and Brooklyn bridges. Tunnels include both the Holland and Lincoln tunnels. Featured islands include Liberty, Ellis, and Governors Island. Additionally, the Metropolitan Opera Company, New York City Opera, and New York City Ballet are all popular destinations for tourists. The most famous museums include the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural History, the Guggenheim Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art, among others. Popular areas include Wall Street, Times Square, SoHo, Broadway, and Greenwich Village. Sports are also a big attraction in New York with professional teams including the Yankees, Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Giants, and Jets, as well as other professional and collegiate teams. New York has hundreds of possible attractions for its visitors, so there is something to suit everyone's interests.

History:
Manhattan and Staten Island were purchased by Peter Minuit in 1626 from Indian tribes. In 1644, the island was captured by the British, and it became an official colony in 1685. On November 25, 1783, the last British troops left the city, and the Americans regained control; this day is now known as "Evacuation Day." New York was the capital from that point until 1790. During the early 1800s, a plan known as the Commissioner's Plan was designed to help build up New York. By 1835, New York was the largest city in the U.S. The Civil War divided New York, as some people sided with the Union and others with the Confederacy. Additionally, draft riots took place in the city during 1863. In the late 1800s and early 1900's, the boroughs of New York we know today were created. By 1914, all five boroughs were established. Before and after World War II, the city grew extremely fast with many skyscrapers and bridges built. After World War II, there was an initial population boom, although race riots and crime problems in the coming years hurt the growth of the city, both residentially and industrially. In the 1980s and 90s, the city once again boomed. The financial industry continued to grow until the recession around 2000. On September 11, 2001, New York suffered a major terriost attack where almost 3,000 people were killed when an airplane went into the Twin Towers. Plans are in the making for the rebuilding of the site.

Land Area: The City of New York encompasses 303 square miles.

  • New York features a melting pot of diversity. Neighborhoods, such as Chinatown and Little Italy are representative of this.
  • New York's recent population growth is due to a surge in immigration from such areas as Africa, Asia, and Russia.
  • New York has become one of the country's safest cities as the crime rate, which was once a problem has been on the decline for the past 15 years.
  • New York University
  • Columbia University
  • CUNY Hunter College
  • CUNY Bernard Baruch College
  • CUNY John Jay College
  • Fashion Institute of Technology
  • CUNY City College
  • CUNY Queensborough Community College
  • Touro College
  • New School University
    Pace University
    Yeshiva University

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