When selecting a moving company in Queens to care for your family’s precious belongings and furniture there is only one affordable, reliable, and professional moving and storage company trusted by Long Island City residents: Divine Moving & Storage.
Divine’s professional moving and packing teams have the experience to make your move a hassle-free and stress-free process.
Whether you need a full-service move with a full pack and unpack so you have time to spend with your family, Divine has you covered.
To make moving easy and affordable for Long Island City, Divine offers flat rate pricing so you know you’re never over paying. Since our moving flat rate prices are all-inclusive, you’ll never pay a dime more than you were quoted on site during your estimate. Whether moving residences or your entire office around Queens, Divine knows how to get you settled quickly and efficiently so you can get back to your real life and back to work with minimal interruption.
Moving your office, home, or furniture items shouldn’t be difficult. For the best moving company in Long Island City, there’s only one option: Long Island City’s favorite way to move, Divine Moving and Storage.
Our professional moving teams move everyday so we know that moving doesn’t have to be difficult--and with Divine Moving & Storage it never will be.
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With round the clock customer service, Divine’s relocation experts are always here to help and answer any questions you have before, during, and after your move to and around Long Island City. We can diagnose your packing material needs or even provide full service moving and pack you up, move you, and unpack your home without you ever having to lift a finger. Our professional moving teams can take care of as much or as little of your move as you need, for a hands-on or completely hands-free turnkey moving experience. Each member of our moving and packing teams are rigorously trained with years of experience taking care of relocations big and small, and everything in between. So when we say we know how to move Long Island City in and around Queens, we have the years of experience to prove it!
We work night and day to make sure your move goes off without a hitch. We are always happy to take care of last minute requests and address concerns, or anything else that comes up. And if something does comes up, you won’t be charged if you have to cancel and give us at least 24 hours notice. At Divine, we want our customers to be more than satisfied, we want them to be positively ecstatic at how easy moving can be! Divine Moving & Storage is moving that takes care of you, your home, and your business.
Divine Moving & Storage has been moving Long Island City to a place of joy for almost two decades. Our award winning service, flat rate pricing, and custom all inclusive moving packages make moving a breeze!
Featuring easy commuting into Manhattan, Long Island City is the westernmost neighborhood in Queens and comprised of zip codes 11101, 11102, 11103, 11104, 11105, 11106, 11109, and 11120. For the last two decades, this growing Queens neighborhood has been moving up on New Yorkers’ radar as an affordable and attractive place to live, burgeoning a major revitalization as families and young professionals move to this thriving NYC neighborhood. With this influx of young blood, Long Island City has become home to a fabulous restaurant and bar scene (two even have Michelin stars!), entertainment options, and activities for children. As a haven for artists and creative types, Long Island City also has the highest concentration of art galleries, studios, and art institutions of all kinds. It’s obvious why the low rent is only just one incentive luring Manhattan residents to move to Queens.
Attracting new residents, Long Island City’s illustrious views of Manhattan from the East River are unparalleled. Astoria borders Long Island City on the north side so there’s plenty of variety for entertainment and great food for these Queens neighbors just a hop, skip, and jump from their doorsteps. An added plus is that Long Island City is where the Queensboro Bridge ends, and as the only bridge without the tolls other bridges connecting Queens to Manhattan require, it’s easier to skip public transportation altogether and get a car.
Originally a commercial area home to bakeries and factories, these buildings are now hosts to a variety of industries and uses.
For example, the shuttered bakery Silvercup is now the home of Silvercup Studios. Famously, Silvercup is responsible for producing New York City television show staples 30 Rock and Sex and the City. Another former bakery now holds the LaGuardia Community College. Interestingly, a factory built in 1919 and used by Standard Motor Products as their headquarters for manufacturing has become quite the multi-use facility: It now houses a production studio, the company that manufactures the Emmy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, and GLAAD Media Awards, and even has a farm on the roof to grow fresh local produce.
Silvercup Studios’ production house is home to the world famous The Jim Henson Company, where the Muppet movies are brought to life. In the same building, The Society Awards fabricates custom designs for high-profile entertainment industry awards. With clients ranging from the Oscars and MTV to fashion house John Varvatos, reality competition shows Dancing with the Stars and The Voice, and jewelry house David Yurman, the trophies whipped up by the Society Awards are nothing short of magical.
Long Island City has a cornucopia of food options, from more casual eateries to high end dining, everyone can find something they like.
Casa Enrique is the only Michelin-starred Mexican restaurant in New York City and it’s absolutely fantastic. You can grab BBQ at John Brown Smokehouse and ramen at Mu Ramen. For a phenomenal experience and truly divine steak, head to M. Wells Steakhouse which is Long Island City’s second Michelin-starred restaurant. And here’s a hint: They also have an incredible brunch that draws people from around Queens and Manhattan, so make sure to check it out during lazy weekends when you don’t feel like moving out of Queens or venturing very far at all.
Long Island City’s growing nightlife scene has been moving towards trendier spots and some laid back dive bars where you can get a drink while relaxing with friends. The Shannon Pot is an Irish pub where you can grab a beer and watch various sports beaming from their TVs. For beer connoisseurs, head over to the two-level Alewife Queens. At the Alewife, you can enjoy sipping from their twenty-eight taps--which feature an extensive list of beers--while munching on some fabulous gastropub offerings.
While Astoria is known for its historic beer garden, Bohemian Hall, The Garden at Studio Square NYC is a fabulous alternative for Long Island City residents who don’t want to trek over to Astoria.
The Garden is a great place to just chill out or to take in some fun entertainment. Make sure to catch the live bands, DJs, and amazing tap offerings at Long Island City’s best beer garden, The Garden at Studio Square. Since 1961, Corner Bistro has been serving burgers and beer to an unpretentious and laid back clientele in their cozy Long Island City tavern. For winos, head on over to Domaine Bar a Vins. With its more than 40 types of wine by the glass, there’s no shortage of choices and things to try. For a trendier scene, there’s always Dutch Kills killer bar. Dutch Kills is popular for their uniquely creative cocktails, affordable prices, and great vibe.
When it’s time to move, make sure you rely on a company who knows Long Island City like a native. So don’t have a stranger move you, have Long Island City’s most trusted neighbor move you home.