Moving to New York City for the first time or relocating to a new neighborhood in your favorite borough? The eclectic city has something for everyone. Whether you are single and looking to move to NYC’S hottest scene, want a neighborhood with cultural flare, or need a family-friendly duplex on a tree-lined street to call home, there’s a neighborhood for you and Shleppers’ movers can get you there.
Up and Coming
UrbanEdgeNY.com, a guide to NYC’s diverse neighborhoods, says people are moving in droves to the newly named neighborhood of NoHo (short for North of Houston). NoHo offers a little bit of everything by the way of culture and amenities. This part of town is wrapped up in a Romanesque/Gothic Revival package complete with quaint cobble stone streets. The throwback to intricate architecture does not however mean a lack of modern amenities as the neighborhood is steps from the subway and chock full of fine dining and shopping.
If finding fun motivates your move to NYC, then one of the best neighborhoods to consider is the Meatpacking District. A more industrial part of Manhattan, moving to the Meatpacking district will put you in the heart of industry and nightlife. The area boasts some of the nicest shops and most popular nightclubs in the city. At night the variety continues; art galleries open with stunning exhibits and there’s a club, lounge, or bar to suit your taste. Whether you want to watch a sporting event and drink a beer, listen to the boom of a bass, or sip cocktails with celebrities and listen to relaxing jazz, the Meatpacking District will be your destination.
The outer boroughs of the NYC metro area offer great family-friendly options and one of the best is the Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx. In the Riverdale neighborhood movers will drive down tree lined streets, through neighborhoods of Tudor inspired homes to deliver your things to a spacious, affordable home. Rent prices are lower in the Bronx because of long-held misconceptions about the area, but the first-class universities, pretty parks, and safe streets dispel the myths and offer the perfect setting to raise a family.
Getting Down to Business
New York City, the home of Wall Street, is known for being an attractive city for banking and business. According to Business Insider, one of the best neighborhoods for businessmen and women to live in is the neighborhood of the Financial District. The area has a relaxed feel to it, which is nice for the business person looking to wind down from a long work week. Amenities of the area include Battery Park, a New York landmark, South Seaport, and all the restaurants and shops one could need.