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Le Petit Senegal

Welcome to Le Petit Senegal

Known as Little Senegal, or Le Petit Senegal, the strip of blocks around West 116th Street is packed with inviting restaurants and colorful shops, influential reminders of life back in their birthplace. Although called Little Senegal, landmarks with great historical significance for native Africans and African Americans stretch along the Harlem neighborhood.

Harlem’s West African Heart

Harlem’s Little Senegal allows locals to enjoy authentic African culture without ever having to leave the vibrant city. Comprised mainly of immigrants from Senegal, along with natives of Ghana, the Ivory Coast, the community is a well-preserved part of authentic Africa in New York City. Little Senegal is home to the Senegalese Association of America, the outdoor market Malcolm Shabazz, hot spots for African cuisine such as Red Rooster and Le Baobab, and countless businesses selling traditional African clothing, hair and body care products. The neighborhood also hosts thousands of locals each year at New York’s annual African Day Parade. For individuals looking to make a new life in America while preserving their ethnic identity, Little Senegal provides the best of both worlds.

Moving to Little Senegal

Shleppers Moving & Storage will help you throughout the entire moving process to make the move to Manhattan simple and stress-free. Moving into another city, whether it is a local or long-distance move, is exciting, especially to a city in Harlem. If you’re looking to move to Harlem’s West African Hub, hire the best New York movers, Shleppers Moving & Storage.

Additionally, we offer a junk removal service to help you get rid of anything you don’t need, use or want anymore. Make your move easier and lighten your load of unnecessary belongings so you don’t have to deal with it after the move. Don’t pack junk that will never be unpacked or just thrown away! Ready to plan your move? Request a free quote for your move to Little Senegal today!

 

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