Whether you are moving an entire house or a small office, the quality of the move will closely reflect the decisions you make early on in the process. The decision to hire professional movers or DIY will be the most important topic of consideration when beginning to plan your move. Planning a move while still having to take care of daily responsibilities is stressful in it self.
Flatbush Brooklyn New York Movers are fully experienced to successfully execute even the toughest moving jobs. We provide affordable and reliable moving solutions for New Yorkers for over 15 years. We built our company on honesty and integrity, successfully relocating hundreds of families and businesses annually.
Moving And Packing Services
We offer a wide range of moving and packing services. Everything from disassembling your particle furniture to storing your excess belongings, Flatbush Brooklyn New York Movers is your reliable and affordable moving solution. We specialize in residential and commercial moving within Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Bronx, Staten Island, Long Island, New Jersey, and beyond. Whether you are moving your 5-bedroom home or a small corner office, Flatbush Brooklyn New York Movers have got you covered.
Flatbush Brooklyn New York Neighborhood
Flatbush neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn is considered to be one of the most economically and socially diverse. Founded in 1651 by Dutch colonists, who referred to the area as the “wooden lands”, the neighborhood, which consists of several subsections, is home to many national cultures. Flatbush’s diverse ethnic population is supported by a variety of specialty stores that line Flatbush Avenue. Most businesses are family owned, adding a unique flare to the neighborhoods vibrancy and charm.
Flatbush is a vibrant community with a variety of housing stock. Residential side streets are filled with prewar apartment buildings, attached houses, stand-alone, Victorian and colonial homes. In terms of dining and shopping, Flatbush offers a wide range of options. Discount stores and Caribbean delis are bountiful in Flatbush and as the neighborhood increases diversity both culturally and monetarily, the streets of Flatbush have something to offer anyone. Truly a neighborhood of contrasts, Flatbush is filled with great dining, shopping, living, and ambiance.
Flatbush neighborhood includes or borders several institutions, including Prospect Park and Valentine Museum of Art. 5,000-square-foot, Valentine Museum of Art is the product of three decades of art collecting by one man, Michael Valentine, who lived in the building during his youth. He turned a small corner in the co-op’s basement into one of New York’s most intriguing museum. Prospect Park is one of a kind 585-acre greenery, offering everything from a Farmers’ Market and free concerts in warmer months to ice-skating and sledding in the winter. Prospect Park also hosts a “dog beach”, where four-legged New Yorkers go for a swim. Flatbush also hosts a number of schools, amongst them is one of New York City’s best institutions for higher education, Brooklyn College.