When moving in and around Park Slope, you need a professional, affordable, and reliable moving and storage company, and Divine Moving & Storage is just the company to take you home!
In Park Slope, there’s only one go-to moving and storage company: Divine Moving & Storage. Relocating, storing, and moving Park Slope’s new and long-term residents for almost two decades, Divine is Brooklyn’s most trusted and efficient moving company. Featuring full-service moving and storage options, Divine makes getting into or out of your home a breeze.
With a distinctively small town feel, Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood is a favorite hub for young & hip families and polished professionals. This family friendly neighborhood attracts residents seeking to make the move for their kids and burgeoning families who take advantage of Park Slope’s fabulous Public School 321, local attractions like the Prospect Park Zoo and Lakeside’s year round skating facility, and importantly “Dog Beach,” where man’s best friend can take a dip and show off their best doggy paddle.
Between offering outdoor concerts during the summer (many of which are free!) and a laid back nightlife scene, restaurants that attract New Yorkers from the surrounding neighborhoods, and outdoor sports enthusiasts eager to enjoy Prospect Park’s green space (which some claim is better than Central Park!) there’s something for everyone in Park Slope.
Located in the northwest area of Brooklyn, Park Slope was named for its location on Prospect Park’s western slope. Historically, Park Slope’s Washington Park was the home to the Brooklyn Atlantics, later renamed the Brooklyn Dodgers. During the early 20th Century the Brooklyn Dodgers had crosstown rivalries with the New York Yankees and New York Giants. Years later, the Brooklyn Dodgers would be bought out and sent across the country to the West Coast, becoming what is now known as the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Long considered one of NYC’s most desirable neighborhoods due to its safety, green space, easy public transit access, nightlife & dining options, high quality public schools, creative capital, and family friendliness, it’s easy to see why New Yorkers who move to Brooklyn’s Park Slope and become attached to this thriving neighborhood. “The Other Fifth Avenue” and Seventh Avenue are Park Slope’s main commercial streets, known for the fabulous array of dining and shopping options.
Whether looking to shop, dine, dance, or play, Park Slope has something for everyone.
Park Slope’s dining options feature cuisines from around the world, there’s something for every palate. Dale Talde’s eponymous restaurant is home to the fine cuisine of one of Top Chef’s favorite culinary wizards. Featuring playful Asian American fare, Talde can often be found in the kitchen overseeing his delicious, well priced, and innovative food.
And for those looking to catch a late night bite, head on over to Blue Ribbon Brooklyn, a restaurant featuring a creative combination of haute cuisine and down-home eats. Blue Ribbon is a favorite amongst those looking for a delicious meal after a night on the town, but is also open early so early birds can dine in style as well. Thistle Hill Tavern is another local favorite, with a New American menu and cozy interior, perfect for date night.
Thistle Hill Tavern, like Talde’s, features another celebrity chef, Rebecca Weitzman, famous for winning Food Network’s Chopped so you know the culinary choices in Park Slope are top notch. (zip code 11215, 11217)
If you’re looking for a great Italian restaurant, al di là is the place to go. Just be warned: they don’t take reservations and the wait for this nearly decade old Park Slope staple can be long, but residents say it’s well worth the wait for chef Anna Klinger’s Italian masterpieces. For those who don’t like waiting hours to eat, Convivum Osteria is a fabulous option. This Italian restaurant features a delicious menu, with a beautiful atmosphere that makes one feel like they’re eating in a festive antiques shop. For a delicious weekend brunch head over to Mediterranean themed Miriam for the usual brunch offerings and some next level choices at this homey eatery.
If you’re in the mood for something quick and easy--not to mention healthy--check out Purbird’s casual and reasonably priced menu. Healthy eaters will also love Park Slope’s famous food coop. However, if you don’t like the idea of working at the coop for your fresh produce, you can head over to Third Avenue for the local Whole Foods, but know it’s in neighboring Gowanus. Park Slope also has their own Farmers Market on Wednesdays during the warmer months.
So when you’re ready to move to or around Park Slope--or even if you’re leaving this wonderful Brooklyn neighborhood--Divine Moving & Storage is there to help.
Divine is a moving and storage company founded almost two decades ago in New York City to serve the tri-state area with easy relocations. Divine’s professional movers are experienced in both commercial and residential moves, and with our full-service offerings, you’ll never have to lift a finger! Divine excels at taking care of all facets of moving, from packing & unpacking, long-term or short-term storage for single items or entire homes and businesses to providing the transportation logistics to get you into your new space efficiently and without any stress.
Divine’s custom moving estimates feature flat-rate pricing so you’ll never pay a dollar more than we quote you on-site.
No two moves are the same which means you should only ever pay for the time and space you’ll actually be using. We can also take care of specialized services such as carefully wrapping and protecting fine art, pianos & other instruments, television and AV handling, to setting up your baby’s crib so that you can get back to your life without having to worry about your move.
To set up an appointment with your personal relocation specialist or if you have any questions about your upcoming move, feel free to call us anytime and one of our experienced moving specialists can assist you with anything you may need. Divine Moving & Storage features best-in-class round the clock customer service and we’ve built our reputation on being honest, affordable, and efficient to make moving an easy and simple process. In Park Slope, there’s moving the hard way, and then there’s moving the Divine way.