Rose Hill Movers

Feature image photo credit Daniel McGrotty on Flickr.

Rose Hill Movers

Rose Hill, sporting a name from a historic era of New York City, is a timeless Manhattan neighborhood. Sometimes mistakenly considered part of NoMad, the enclave is bounded by Murray Hill to the north, Kips Bay to the east, Flatiron and Gramercy to the south, and Midtown South and NoMad to the west. Classic yet eclectic, Rose Hill is an older community that still shines bright as one of Manhattan’s hidden gems.

Whether you find yourself drawn to Rose Hill or a new neighborhood, you need a trustworthy and reliable company to entrust with your belongings. Moving in Manhattan presents several challenges – city streets, multiple floors, narrow hallways, steep stairs – and you need a crew that can safely and securely get you situated. The Movers NYC is the company you’ve been looking for, and we back it up with decades of experience and many happy customers!

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What to Know Before Moving to Rose Hill

As a smaller, older, and more eclectic Manhattan neighborhood, Rose Hill is a pleasant getaway from the more touristy and congested areas that surround the enclave.

Neighborhood Tidbits

In the 19th century, Rose Hill was home to a five-acre botanical garden, women’s seminary, and a boarding house and hotel for the well-heeled. Rose Hill’s name – which is inspired by a place called Rose Hill Park in the Bronx – was more prominent in the 18th and 19th centuries, but as time went on, it became less commonly used. This is why you’ll hear the enclave referred to as part of NoMad, the Manhattan neighborhood to the west (which gets its own name from being North of Madison Square Park).

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A rainy day in Rose Hill. Photo credit bikesharedude on Flickr.

Amenities And Attractions

Dotted with shops and restaurants – more on eats below – Rose Hill offers a pleasant residential experience and a host of amenities. Madison Square Park, which is a big plus for many residents, is just southwest of the neighborhood. Along with Madison Square Park, you’ll find many other parks to enjoy a relaxing afternoon. For math lovers, the National Museum of Mathematics is just west of the enclave. Those looking for furnishings should definitely check out Suite NY for modern furniture from European and American designers. Also, both Times Square and Central Park are only 15-20 minutes away via subway.

Types Of Buildings

From shiny office buildings on Park Avenue South to the Baruch College & School of Visual Arts to sleepy streets filled with nostalgic structures, Rose Hill is a place of historic and assorted buildings. And due to the sloping nature of its side streets, Rose Hill offers stunning views of the cityscape, world-famous parks, and unforgettable sunrises and sunsets.

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Removed from the more touristy elements of this part of Manhattan, Rose Hill exudes both an atmosphere of heritage and charm. Often confused for being part of NoMad, this enclave has its own flavor. This is an older neighborhood, but that doesn’t mean it’s stuffy. Offering a more eclectic and cozier feel, Rose Hill is the perfect option for those wanting insulation from the typical bustle while having easy access to everything that makes New York City shine.

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While NYC is known for its walkabilty and exceptional public transit, many neighborhoods, like Rose Hill, are also bike-friendly. Bike-share stations make it easy to get around on two wheels without having to find a place to store a cumbersome bike in a tiny Manhattan apartment. Photo credit bikesharedude on Flickr.

Notable Restaurants

Okay, so it’s time to eat… where are the best spots to grab a bite in Rose Hill? Sundays Well is a popular gastropub with a tasty selection of bar bites, brews, and wine. For a touch of sophistication, Benno Restaurant serves a fantastic fusion of French-Italian fare (and is considered one of the top restaurants in NYC). Hungry for Asian cuisine? Sabai Thai offers classic Thai dishes within a stylish, modern space. Upscale and chic, Atomix specializes in Korean with paired beverages for a fashionable dining experience. Burgers and steaks more up your alley? Stop by Hillstone for quintessential American fare with a hip atmosphere. Last but not least, there’s Tara Rose. As one of the best cocktail bars in the city, it offers fantastic American bites as well as a private speakeasy!

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11 Madison Avenue, formerly the Metropolitan Life North Building, is now home to major commercial tenants, including Credit Suisse and SONY. Designed in 1928 and completed in 1950, this gleaming 30-story office tower is a prime example of Art Deco architecture. Photo credit Jeffrey Zeldman on Flickr.

Rose Hill’s Trusted Moving Company

As a fully licensed, insured, and bonded NYC moving company based in Manhattan, The Movers NYC has years of experience in Rose Hill. We offer not only excellent moving services but also all the tricks of the trade that come with knowing the neighborhood so well. Having a company that prides itself on offering a hassle-free experience is the kind of company you want in your corner. Whether you need to get out of your studio in one day or have found your dream townhouse, moving is a cinch with us! Here’s a list of our Rose Hill 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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