Whether you’re moving to or from Brooklyn Heights, using a professional, affordable, and reliable moving and storage company is important to protecting your home and valuables--and Divine Moving & Storage has you covered!
For more than two decades, Diving Moving & Storage has been assisting Brooklyn Heights’ residents with professional packing, moving, storing, and unpacking services for their homes and businesses. With best in class service and affordable flat rate pricing, Divine is the most trusted moving and storage company in Brooklyn Heights. If you’re looking for an efficient, professional, and reasonably priced relocation experience, look no further than Divine!
In Brooklyn Heights, there’s moving the hard way, and then there’s moving the Divine way.
Brooklyn Heights’ architectural splendor attracts many residents and the entire area is in fact a historic district. Referred to as America’s First Suburb, the regal feeling one gets in Brooklyn Heights has been attributed to the immaculately tended brownstones, gorgeous open air spaces and parks, with easy access into Manhattan. As one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan’s outer boroughs, Brooklyn Heights attracts both families and young professionals, in addition to famous actors, authors, and artists.
With cinematic views and panoramas of New York City, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge, the beauty of the Brooklyn Heights Promenade is unparalleled along the East River. On any given day you can find locals out biking, running, or taking their precious pooches on walks, tourists taking pictures of the incredible view, and kids playing or zooming by on scooters. The beautiful scenery attracts people of all ages to experience its splendor and to take a break from the bustling city just across the river.
Bordered by DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn, Columbia Street Waterfront, Boerum Hill, and Cobble Hill, the small town charm of Brooklyn Heights is noted for it’s peaceful tranquility in a city known for never sleeping.
Compared to Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the restaurants, shopping, and family friendly environment make Brooklyn Heights a great place to live. While many of the local businesses have been serving loyal residents for decades, there are also chain stores such as Sephora, Banana Republic, and Jacques Torres. Local small-business favorites include Bentley’s Shoes, A Cook’s Companion, and Housing Works. For tea lovers, make sure you stop at Two for the Pot which features a prolific inventory of coffees and loose-leaf teas, exotic spices, brewing accessories, and even specialty candies.
Both featuring New American delights, popular eateries in Brooklyn Heights include Henry’s End, a neighborhood stalwart since 1973 and a more recent addition, Colonie.
You can check out Colonie for dinner, but their brunch is spectacular as well (we absolutely adore their Pumpkin Semifreddo!). For first dates, many residents choose Italian staple Noodle Pudding for it’s amazing pasta dishes, and while the wait for a table can be long (they don’t take reservations) it’s worth it! Foodies love Sahadi’s a specialty food store with fare sourced from around the world. They even have a deli featuring scrumptious prepared foods to go.
We hear Sahadi’s even has the best hummus in New York City--but don’t take our word for it, check it out yourself!
Like Colonie, Jack the Horse Tavern, is a fabulous Brooklyn Heights option for dinner and brunch. A hidden gem, Jack the Horse Tavern (known as JtH to locals) is known not only for their fabulous drinks, atmosphere, and food, but for their in-house oyster bar. It is a bit on the pricey side which doesn’t seem to bother the affluent residents, but their happy hour food and drink menu attracts locals and visitors from all over. For food that is as pretty as it is delicious, Chez Moi is the place to go. With classic French stables like frogs legs, truffle croquettes, steak tartare, foie gras, croque monsieur & madame, with a great mussel selection, the brunch, lunch, and dinner options at Chez Moi are absolutely stellar!
The boardwalk is a particular favorite of Brooklyn Heights residents. With majestic views of the Manhattan skyline just across the river, this New York City neighborhood has been featured in movies such as Annie Hall, Moonstruck, and more recently Steven Spielberg’s Tom Hanks starring Bridge of Spies and in TV shows such as Boardwalk Empire, White Collar, and was the setting for 1960’s The Patty Duke Show.
Whether from pop-culture or word of mouth, Brooklyn Heights has been attracting celebrities and notable names for more than three centuries.
Civil rights activist and author W.E.B. Du Bois called the area home as did Philip Livingston, one of New York’s four signers of the Declaration of Independence. Noted architect and designer of the Brooklyn Bridge, John A. Roebling; the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, William Griffith Wilson; and celebrated author Truman Capote all established residences in Brooklyn Heights.
Famously, Marilyn Monroe met her novelist husband, Norman Mailer, at a mutual friend’s home in Brooklyn Heights where Mailer famously lived and took inspiration for his popular novels. Unfortunately, the marriage didn’t last quite as long as Brooklyn Heights’ enduring popularity.
Contemporary actors and musicians reside in Brooklyn Heights, continuing the neighborhood’s tradition of attracting famous names and creative personalities. From musicians Bjork, Evanescence’s Amy Lee, and MGMT’s Andrew VanWyngarden to actors such as Alexis Bledel, Mary Tyler Moore, and Paul Giamatti, Brooklyn Heights is a hotspot for celebrities seeking a more private, clean, and safe place to live. Stars like Keri Russell and Girls actors Lena Dunham and Adam Driver all reside in Brooklyn Heights--the neighborhood clearly has an irresistible charm.
One might even say Brooklyn Heights birthed the inspiration for Dunham’s critically acclaimed Girls. (zip code 11201)
Famous couples such as Penelope Cruz and husband Javier Bardem can often be seen strolling through the neighborhood, which they share with other notable couples like Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly. Tyra Banks for a time called the area home while dating John Utendahl, another Brooklyn Heights resident who is also the eponymous owner of the United States’ largest African American-owned investment banking groups. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are another famous Hollywood couple who prefer the privacy of Brooklyn Heights. The pair bought a pair of townhouses in the area which they combined into a beautiful urban mansion for their family a few years ago.
So when you’re ready to move to, around, or from Brooklyn Heights and whether you need long or short-term storage or none at all, Divine Moving & Storage is here to make your transition a smooth and easy one.
With two decades of experience, Divine Moving & Storage has the experience to make your relocation easy and stress-free. Servicing the tri-state area, Divine’s professional movers and packers have the experience and training to take care of all residential and commercial moving needs. Divine’s flat-rate pricing structure makes moving affordable and our full-service options mean you’ll never have to lift a finger during your move--except maybe to point out where you want your things to go.
Divine’s full service moving packages include as much or as little as you need: We can do all or just some of the packing and unpacking, provide moving supplies, take care of your single items or your entire home in our long-term and short-term storage, or just provide the transportation logistics that will make your move quick, efficient, and most importantly, painless. And our flat rate pricing means you’ll never pay a penny more than you were originally quoted on-site.
Don’t get taken for a ride when you’re moving, get taken home--the Divine way!
When moving or storing your home in Brooklyn, you should only ever pay for the time and space you need. That means, with our custom flat-rate pricing your individual needs will be assessed and your moving package will be customized for your exact needs. Like shopping for clothing, there’s no ‘one size fits all’ package for moving, and we enjoy tailoring your relocation to your needs and budget. Nothing gives us more pride than making our customers happy!
Divine movers can also take care of specialized services that you may not have the equipment, time, or knowledge to handle yourself. From wrapping and protecting fine art and fine china and taking care of instruments from guitars to grand pianos, to dismounting AV systems and handling TVs, we can even set up the baby’s nursery so that you can focus on your family and not waste time worrying about your relocation.
After all, you’ve got bigger things to worry about than moving.
Call today and speak with one of our relocation specialists to walk you through the moving process. We can even schedule an appointment for a no-obligation in-home consultation, which provides the most accurate estimates. Each moving coordinator draws from years of experience, with the skills and knowledge to assist you and answer any questions you may have about the relocation process.
With round the clock friendly and experienced customer service relocation representatives and moving experts, Divine has built our reputation on being the most affordable, honest, and efficient moving company in Brooklyn Heights. Divine Moving & Storage makes moving easy. So let us take care of all the details, so you don’t have to.