Midtown South Movers

Midtown South Movers

Surrounded by some of New York City’s most renowned institutions and points of interest, Midtown South is an appealing mixture of a major commercial center and a popular residential community. As a hub for business – more than 700,000 workers, residents, and tourists typically occupy the area on a daily basis – the Midtown Manhattan enclave also offers stunning high-rise homes (with views of the Empire State Building and much more) and a host of enticing amenities.

Relocating to or from Midtown South? The Movers NYC is ready to help! From commercial relocation to specialty residential moves, we provide an assortment of exceptional Manhattan moving services. Moving in or out of a high-rise building, for example, can be extremely challenging. Fortunately, we’ve got decades of expertise to make your move as smooth as possible. And if you’re looking to move somewhere else in the Tri-State area or beyond, we’ve got you covered there as well!

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What to Know Before Moving to Midtown South

Offering beautiful homes and stunning urban views, along with plenty of attractive job opportunities, Midtown South has been enjoying rising popularity.

Midtown South Neighborhoods

The community is actually what’s called a macro-neighborhood. It’s comprised of several neighborhoods that include the following: Chelsea, Hudson Yards, The Garment District, Greeley Square, Herald Square, Kips Bay, Koreatown, Murray Hill, and Rose Hill. In general, Midtown South starts below 42nd Street in the south-central portion of Midtown Manhattan, but this is only one definition, with another definition establishing its boundaries as 45th Street to the north, 29th Street to the south, Lexington Avenue to the east, and Eighth Avenue to the west. In any event, this macro-neighborhood is home to a diversity of attractions, amenities, and more!

Attractions And Amenities

With the Empire State Building standing as the beacon of the community, Midtown South is home to a plethora of New York City’s finest landmarks and institutions. Attractions and prime destinations include Pennsylvania Station (the busiest intercity railroad station in the western hemisphere), the Flatiron Building, Hudson Yards in Chelsea, NYU Langone Medical Center, Koreatown (home to popular restaurants, beauty salons, and more), and Macy’s Herald Square. It also has a high concentration of gyms – there are approximately 36 gyms for every 10,000 households – and health-conscious establishments, which has landed the macro-neighborhood (combined with Midtown) at the top of the list for healthiest communities in NYC.

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Home to the New York Knicks and New York Rangers, Madison Square Garden sits atop Penn Station. Photo credit ajay_suresh on Flickr.

Walkscore Info

As with many parts of the borough, Midtown South offers exceptional walkability. If you’re coming from another city, you’ll be pleased to hear that you won’t need a car to get around and perform most errands. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a nice meal at your favorite local restaurant or take a refreshing stroll to a park, you can move about conveniently by foot. As far as public transportation goes, it’s topnotch. Home to Penn Station, the neighborhood provides many bus lines and rail lines for easy travel. Do keep in mind that, since this is a business-oriented section of Manhattan, there can be a lot of traffic congestion.

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Buildings And Housing

From renovated apartments to luxury penthouses, Midtown South offers a selection of beautiful homes with gorgeous views of the city. In particular, you can find a host of breathtaking condos on the market (ranging from relatively affordable to extravagantly expensive). Set around the iconic Empire State Building, there’s a mass of high-rise buildings and low-rise commercial structures. The neighborhood is also home to several popular parks, including Bryant Park, Madison Square Park, and Worth Square.

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The New Yorker Hotel is a 43-story Art Deco masterpiece that opened in 1930 and is now a Wyndham Hotel.

Notable Cuisine

When it comes to cuisine, Midtown South is amazing! We could dedicate this section to Koreatown alone, with all its fantastic restaurants. From Hangawi (that requires diners to take off their shoes before shimmying up to the table) to Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to authentic Korean fare. The macro-neighborhood is also home to some of the best vegetarian and vegan establishments, making for a terrific pick for those that have a plant-based diet. As mentioned before, Midtown South (along with Midtown) is the healthiest section of NYC. Some popular restaurants include Izakaya MEW (Japanese), The Restaurant (American cuisine made from locally sourced ingredients), and Casa Nonna (more upscale Italian).

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The James Gordon Bennett Memorial stands in Herald Square, honoring its namesake, who founded the New York Herald newspaper.

Midtown South’s Trusted Moving Company

In a community like Midtown South, you need a company that knows all the tips and tricks for a trouble-free relocation. Going with the wrong crew can result in damage and a lot of regrets. The Movers NYC removes all doubt. Have peace of mind as we swiftly and efficiently move you in or out of the neighborhood. From last-minute apartment swaps to specialty art transport to long-distance relocation, we make it easy to move! Below, we have included a list of our convenient Midtown South moving services:

  • Local, long-distance, and international moves
  • Specialty moves: art, antiques, pianos, white-glove services, and more
  • Residential and commercial moving services
  • Last-minute and same-day moves
  • Full-service moving and packing options available

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