Once upon a time, Little Italy was predominantly populated by…well, Italians. Interestingly enough, this is no longer the case, as a physical boundary no longer exists between Little Italy and Chinatown. You see, as Chinatown continues to spread out its borders north of Canal Street, the two areas have become enmeshed to the point that the National Park Service has decided to unite the districts—meaning there is no physical boundary between the two areas!
No matter the neighborhood, moving in Manhattan can be an extremely overwhelming task when attempting to go at it without expert assistance. Shleppers has been a leading Manhattan moving company for quite some time, as we’ve been moving our clients from A to B for nearly 30 years! With experience in handling all of the little quirks and hiccups that can come with moving in NYC, we’re the people to call when it’s time for you to move to Little Italy.
With NoLita to its north, Chinatown to the south, Lower East Side on its east and Tribeca and SoHo on its west, Little Italy is in quite the convenient location to do, well, a lot. Think: tree-lined streets, one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops, and safe, neat streets. Looking for great restaurants and activities in Little Italy? We love this article from Culture Trip on 8 Things To Do And See In Little Italy!
Studios, co-ops, and expensive lofts are sprinkled throughout the neighborhood, and real estate prices are consistently on the rise in Little Italy. This means it’s imperative that you locate and hire an affordable, trustworthy, moving company to complete your move. Shleppers has all of the proper licenses and credentials to give you peace of mind throughout your Little Italy move, plus we offer DIY apartment moving services for local NYC moves! Relax as we do the shlepping for you!