If you think that moving to Brooklyn from Miami is a piece of cake because you’re just switching one big city for another then you’d better think again. Every time you move somewhere new it’s a challenge. It doesn’t matter if you’re moving from an urban city to suburbs, from a small town to a large city or just from one neighborhood to another. And not only are Brooklyn and Miami very different from one another but moving to Brooklyn from Miami means a long-distance move. So here are a few tips and differences to think about before your move.
Moving or expanding your business to Brooklyn can be a great opportunity. With more than eight million residents, New York can open you up to so many potential new customers and business partners! But before you can jump to moving your office, you’ll first need to find office space in Brooklyn. Much like finding an apartment in Brooklyn, finding office space in Brooklyn is not always easy. Rent ranges from relatively affordable (for New York anyway) to extremely steep and the competition is fierce anyway. So finding a space that suits your business, fulfills your needs, and fits within your budget is nothing short of an art form. But this useful guide with some tips and tricks can make it easier!
Leaving NJ for NY is a big change, but luckily, these two states are near so it won’t be a long distance move. This means low travel fees, similar weather, and temperatures, cheaper transportation of household goods. On the other hand, these two states are very different so, adjusting after moving will be a long process (for most people it will). Moving from New Jersey to New York does not seem like a big deal, but it is because the costs of living and lifestyle are very different. Moving to one of the most famous states is a huge step in life and a change. Preparing and organizing will make your relocation much easier and faster.
You just finished the most exhausting transitions in your life – the relocation process. It was hard, it was stressful, maybe even overwhelming but exciting at the same time. You probably want to take a breather and focus on exploring your new neighborhood, but there are still a few things to be done. First, you need to start unpacking and organizing your home right after a move. You may be tired from moving, but soon you finished this, sooner you will be free to enjoy all the entertainment options that your new city has to offer. Continue reading “How to Start Unpacking & Organizing Your Home After a Move?”
After moving to Brooklyn and unpacking all your stuff, you’re now on your way to become a true Brooklynite. Now that you’re getting accustomed to living in a new environment, it’s a good idea to learn something about the history of Brooklyn. This way, you may adapt faster. Adjusting to your new surroundings can be a stressful process. It can lead to a post-moving depression, which is hard to deal with, but learning about Brooklyn will immediately make it seem far more hospitable. You can start by getting to know some things about Brooklyn’s musical background. After all, people love music and some of them, even the folks who were born and raised in Brooklyn, might be impressed by your knowledge and even learn a thing or two themselves. So, without further ado, here are some of the most famous musicians from Brooklyn. Continue reading “5 famous musicians from Brooklyn that you should know about”
Ah, the eternal debate of New York. Similar to the Rams/Dodgers situation of LA or Atletico/Real rivalry of Madrid, this is a situation that can divide a city. Even though Nets are located directly in Brooklyn, you’d be surprised how many Brooklyn residents continue to cheer for the Knicks. If you are a basketball fan and are moving to Brooklyn, you should definitely consider choosing who you will back in the playoffs. It will happen, people, it has to eventually, it’s been too long. New York Basketball fans made their pick a long time ago, and you as a newcomer, should too. Make sure you pack all your belongings before getting here and dive into these options: Continue reading “Nets or Knicks? Pick your team before you move to Brooklyn!”
It is officially over – you have changed your place of residence and your life in Brooklyn can now start. However, there are some things that can make your new life somewhat harder. One of them can be, for example, having your home filled with items you rarely use. They are in your home ‘just in case’, but they are actually only taking your space. It is preferable to do this before the relocation, when you start packing. In case you did not have enough time, it is advisable to get rid of them when you settle in. So, in order to help you declutter your home, here are some pieces of advice.
Regardless of whether you have already made up your mind on the matter, or you are still only mulling over the idea, moving to Brooklyn from Manhattan is a major step. You are not leaving the city of New York, so it may not seem like a big deal. Don’t let this fool you, life in these two boroughs have many differences. Therefore, you will need all the information you get. You are about to step into a great adventure called moving out of Manhattan, so here’s what to expect. Continue reading “Moving to Brooklyn from Manhattan – a quick guide”
Long distance relocation is one of the most stressful ones. Usually, it is because you are not familiar with a new city or a country as well as your one. But, what you can do is prepare and plan long distance relocation in advance so you feel little less stressed. Luckily you are moving to Brooklyn, which is an amazing place, and there are so many fun places to visit around here that we know it will make this relocation easier. Continue reading “How to prepare long distance relocation to Brooklyn”
The best thing about New York? It’s a soul. And the best part of its soul? Brooklyn! Not so long time ago, Brooklyn was a separate city. And it didn’t want to unite with the rest of the New York. Now it could have been the third largest, most populated city in the USA. But then in 1898, it became one of the five parts of New York… Always remaining in the fancy shadow of Manhattan. But by staying in the shadow, Brooklyn managed to keep its charm. So if you decided to explore city’s best in a short period of time or you just moved and want to get to know the neighborhood, here’s what to see in Brooklyn in a day.