Preparing for a move to New York City but not sure which borough to settle in? While many head to Manhattan for a classic Empire State experience, there are four other boroughs to choose from. Read on to explore which area of New York is right for what you’re looking for, in our guide to NYC’s boroughs.
The lights of Times Square may have you mesmerized, and the sounds of Broadway may be singing your song, but if you’re not prepared for the long-distance trek to NYC, you may find yourself stuck tying up loose ends instead of letting loose when you get there. Follow these tips for long-distance moving to New York City, and you’ll be chowing down on that authentic, NY-style pizza in your new place in no time.
You’re officially moving to New York City — congratulations! But how are you going to move your stuff to NYC? Maneuvering the city streets with a moving truck? To say that’s intimidating is an understatement. But don’t panic! There are plenty of highly rated moving companies in New York, and we’re here to help you figure out which ones are the best for your specific situation. Learn more!
With record-breaking rent declines and many more no-fee apartments available, this is the best time to be looking for a new NYC apartment in over a decade. Grab your favorite beverage, sit back, and save some time with our NYC neighborhood guides — including videos and moving tips.
Moving out of New York City, or just relocating to a new place in the Big Apple, you’ve got several options to get it done. Here’s an easy guide to help you pick the right moving and storage services for you, including estimated moving costs and pros and cons.
On the western edge of Queens, Long Island City — or LIC, as the locals call it — is just a stone’s throw from midtown Manhattan, but boasts lower rents and a less chaotic pace. Want to learn more? Read our guide to moving to Long Island City, Queens.
Thinking about moving to the Bronx, NY? One of NYC’s five boroughs, The Bronx makes an excellent choice — with a veritable melting pot of world cultures and New York City pride that runs deep. Read our Bronx Neighborhood Guide to find the best part of the borough for you.
While Manhattan and Brooklyn get all the buzz, if you’re looking to live in New York without totally busting your budget, Queens might be a better fit. Use our moving guide to find the best Queens neighborhood for you!