Elmhurst NY Moving Companies

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Laser International Transportation Incorporated
Elmhurst NY movers, We provide international moving and storage solutions to private and corporate clients. We focus on transporting household goods and automobiles...

Interstate: 024579

Laser International Transportation Incorporated

On Point Moving
Your next move is just a call away -- rely on the PROS at On Point Moving!

US DOT: 2340510

MC: 801736

 

CCS Moving
CCS Moving began in 2006, as City Courier Services, a single man operation delivering documents and packages, as well as, handling small moving jobs...

US DOT: 2289846

Intra: 38858

MC: 797818

CCS Moving

All American Movers
There are no jobs that are too small or too large for All American Movers. We have the staff members as well as the extensive fleet of vehicles to...

US DOT: 1189842

MC: 479470

All American Movers

John Ferguson Moving & Storage LLC
Elmhurst relocation quotes, Here at John Ferguson Moving & Storage, we are proud to be a locally owned moving and storage company. We take great pride in accommodating your...

US DOT: 1886547

Intra: 006388027C

MC: 679771

John Ferguson Moving & Storage LLC

U-Pack Moving
ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has become an extremely popular choice for...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

U-Pack Moving

All Exclusive Transportation Services Inc.
Moving companies Elmhurst New York, The All Exclusive Transportation Services, Inc. is a fully licensed and insured company operating here in New York City. We have over 30 years of...

US DOT: 2553195

MC: 889801

All Exclusive Transportation Services Inc.

Premier Van Lines International Inc.
Founded in 1992, Premier Van Lines International is one of Americas leading relocation companies which specialize in international moves. We are...

US DOT: 1930177

MC: 690093

Premier Van Lines International Inc.

Prime Storage Systems Inc.
Moving to Hawaii or moving from Hawaii can be just as easy as one, two, three, it all depends on which relocation service you are using. At Prime...

US DOT: 2109775

MC: 735596

Prime Storage Systems Inc.

Eagle Van Lines Moving & Storage Inc.
With over fifty years of experience in the moving industry and serving the New York / New Jersey area since 2002, Eagle Van Lines has become one of...

Intra: 39PC00083300

Eagle Van Lines Moving & Storage Inc.

Always Moving Inc.
The mission of Always Moving Inc. is to continuously strive to exceed our customers’ expectation in value and high standard of satisfaction. Our...

US DOT: 3110074

MC: 82223

Always Moving Inc.

24 7 Logistic Services
24/7 Logistic Services LLC offers a wide range of moving services for every life situation and your individual needs. We are dedicated to provide...

US DOT: 3005919

MC: 26561

24 7 Logistic Services

North Van Lines Inc.
Elmhurst New York movers, We are professionals who are dedicated to customer satisfaction and focused on developing and nurturing our client relationships. North Van Lines,...

US DOT: 2293196

MC: 720910

North Van Lines Inc.

Movers 101 Inc.
For more than three decades, Movers 101 has been meticulously building a rich reputation as one of the most reliable and affordable moving and...

US DOT: 2509675

Intra: 39232

MC: 870368

Movers 101 Inc.

A1A Movers LLC
Elmhurst, When it comes to residential moving, nobody does it faster and with more care than our dedicated residential teams. Our well trained, and well...

US DOT: 2821065

Intra: IM2642

MC: 940714

A1A Movers LLC

Elmhurst, New York

Elmhurst, New York is located in western Queens, and has come a long way since troubles in the 1980s. Those moving to Elmhurst will discover a thriving place for families, housed in a mix of older multi-family homes, and co-op and apartment buildings. Immigrants, especially from Asia and Latin America, have made Elmhurst the most diverse part of Queens.

History:
The village was established in 1652 by the Dutch as Middenburgh, and was a suburb of New Amsterdam in New Netherland. The original settlers of Elmhurst were from the nearby colony of Maspat, following threats and attacks by local Indians. When the British took over New Netherland in 1664, they renamed Middleburgh as New Town to maintain the Dutch heritage. This was eventually simplified to Newtown. Among the English settlers in the present Elmhurst section of Newtown was Gershom Moore, in whose orchard a chance seedling produced the Newtown Pippin, Colonial America's most famous apple. Newtown was established as the Town Seat for the Township of the same name when it was established in 1683. The village was renamed Elmhurst in 1896 to identify the area with a new housing development, to avoid association with the larger Township and the Creek, and again to maintain the Dutch heritage. "Hurst" means "grove" or "woods" in Dutch. Once Queens joined the city of Greater New York in 1898, Elmhurst developed into a fashionable district due to a housing development that was built by the Cord Meyer Development Company between 1896 and 1910, north of the Port Washington Branch railroad station. They expanded their holdings between 1905 and 1930, including Elmhurst Square, Elmhurst South, Elmhurst Heights and New Elmhurst. Prior to World War II, Elmhurst was an almost exclusively Jewish and Italian neighborhood. Following the war, Elmhurst evolved into what has been considered one of the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in New York City. By the 1980s, there were persons from 112 nations in residence. Despite the decline of crime compared to their peaks during the crack and heroin epidemics, crime is not a problem in the community.

Economy:
Elmhurst is home to two urban shopping malls. The recently expanded Queens Center, the most profitable mall per square foot in the United States, and the recently renovated and expanded Queens Place Mall, a smaller round shopping center originally built as a Macy's branch. It also has many furniture stores adjacent to Grand Avenue on Queens Boulevard. New York has long been one of the leading financial centers in the world, and today several of New York City's 25 largest employers are financial companies. Corporate giants in the industry that have their headquarters in Manhattan include J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., Citigroup, and Merrill Lynch. New York City is also a world leader in international trade, transportation, and tourism, all of which contribute significantly to the city's economy. Television and film production in New York City constitutes another growth industry, demonstrating a significant increase in the number of overall shooting days for movies, videos, advertisements, and television programs. Almost 150 studios and stages support the industry, and film production costs in the city are now so reasonable that they rival those of Los Angeles.

Tourism:
While in town, head over to the Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art. This unique museum offers an inside look at the history of stonecutting. Even those who do not know much about the craft will enjoy the engaging experience found at this one-of-a-kind historical attraction. Then, it is off to the world-famous Elmhurst Theater. New York’s largest theater, Elmhurst offers an array of performances throughout the year. The theater itself was built in 1928, and currently seats 2,200 guest comfortably. Of course, While in Elmhurst you are only minutes from New York City. Home to some of the country’s most popular tourist attractions, New York City is the ideal place to spend a day: Visit the Statue of Liberty, experience Time Square and catch a game with the starts at Yankee Stadium.

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Interesting Facts:

  • “McDowell's,” the fictional restaurant depicted in the 1988 film Coming to America, is located in Elmhurst. The filmmakers cosmetically altered an existing Wendy's restaurant for the week-long location shoot.
  • Elmhurst is also the home of one of the largest theaters in New York. The Elmwood Theatre was built in 1928 and seats 2,200 people.

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