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Brooklyn Movers

Experienced Brooklyn Movers

Living in Brooklyn is a full-spectrum experience. Depending on your address, you may be among the hip and trend-setting set or you’ll be communing with the family-friendly folks. And, this borough stand’s on it’s own two feet with its own history and vibe. It was even it’s own city prior to 1898 when it joined up with the other boroughs to become New York City! Whether you’re looking for the latest food craze to try, the hottest art gallery to visit, a home game to root for your team, or a greenspace to enjoy with your children — you’ll find it all in Brooklyn.

Piece of Cake Moving & Storage is at the ready to help you make it to Brooklyn or bust! As NYC relocation experts, we’ve seen it and done it all when it comes to major metropolitan moves. Whether you need a little assistance or want us to take care of all the details, we offer a full range of services, from packing and unpacking, moving supplies, furniture disassembly and assembly, and even storage options. With our help, you can get down to the details of making this borough your home sooner and with less stress.

Experienced Brooklyn Movers

Brooklyn Movers
Living in Brooklyn is a full-spectrum experience. Depending on your address, you may be among the hip and trend-setting set or you’ll be communing with the family-friendly folks. And, this borough stand’s on it’s own two feet with its own history and vibe. It was even it’s own city prior to 1898 when it joined up with the other boroughs to become New York City! Whether you’re looking for the latest food craze to try, the hottest art gallery to visit, a home game to root for your team, or a greenspace to enjoy with your children — you’ll find it all in Brooklyn.

Piece of Cake Moving & Storage is at the ready to help you make it to Brooklyn or bust! As NYC relocation experts, we’ve seen it and done it all when it comes to major metropolitan moves. Whether you need a little assistance or want us to take care of all the details, we offer a full range of services, from packing and unpacking, moving supplies, furniture disassembly and assembly, and even storage options. With our help, you can get down to the details of making this borough your home sooner and with less stress.

Moving you to Brooklyn and all of its neighborhoods

Piece of Cake Moving and Storage is a local expert in moving you to and from all Brooklyn neighborhoods, including:

  • Bay Ridge

  • Bedford-Stuyvesant

  • Boerum Hill

  • Brighton Beach

  • Brownsville

  • Canarsie

  • Carroll Gardens

  • Clinton Hill

  • Cobble Hill

  • Coney Island

  • Crown Heights

  • Downtown Brooklyn

  • Dyker Heights

  • East Williamsburg

  • Erasmus

  • Flatbush

  • Flatlands

  • Fort Greene

  • Georgetown

  • Gowanus

  • Highland Park

  • Kensington

  • Madison

  • North Side

  • Prospect Heights

  • Red Hook

  • Rugby

  • Sheepshead Bay

  • South Side

  • Spring Creek

  • Sunset Park

  • Vinegar Hill

  • Windsor Terrace

  • Wingate

Our top Brooklyn moving tips

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Our top Brooklyn moving tips

If you’re a fan of all four seasons, then Brooklyn is a great place to be.

That said, you’ll want to ensure your wardrobe has you prepared. Make sure to bring along hot humid weather wear for staying cool in the summer heat that can occasionally top out at 100 degrees Fahrenheit (F) and chic insulating layers to wear around your neighborhood during the snowy (averaging between 25-30 inches annually) and cold winters.

As you seek shelter from the weather, you’ll be hailing cabs and catching the subway with 2.7 million fellow Brooklynites. But there’s even more to know about this borough, including:

  • Essential Eating Experiences: Brooklyn is home to many established eateries that are worth checking out. For starters, you can grab a slice of your choice at DiFara Pizza on Avenue J (est. in 1965 by Domenico DeMarco after emigrating from Italy) or sample the broader Italian fare at L&B Spumoni Gardens that opened their doors in 1939. If between 2 slices is more your style, try a hot beef sandwich at Brennen & Carr in Gravesend — they’ve been making them for over 75 years. To top it off, you can have a slice of famed NY-style cheesecake at Junior’s. They’ve been around for more than six decades, so they’ve had time to perfect the recipe. Maybe you’ve got a taste for a little bit of everything. If that’s the case, a visit to the seasonal Smorgusburg, a weekly celebration of flavors in the country’s largest open-air food market in Williamsburg or Prospect Park. This part of the city also serves up fresh fruit and veg to take home, too. You can check out the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket every Saturday, year-round to stock up on produce and other local goods.
  • Points, Playgrounds, and Paintings: From the East River to the Atlantic Ocean, there is so much to see and do in this borough. Sports fans in particular will find many ways to see the points get tallied for their home teams. At Bushwick Inlet Park, you can see the Brooklyn Kings rugby team in a scrum. The Brooklyn Nets throw 3-pointers and the New York Islanders knock a puck around at Barclays Center (which is also a location for big names in entertainment to put on a show!). The Brooklyn Cyclones have a minor league seventh inning stretch at Coney Island’s Maimonides Park. And, while you’re in the neighborhood, you can catch a ride on the Cylcone roller coaster at the Luna Park Amusement Park in Coney Island. For a change of pace and palette, you may also be interested in taking in the fine art that the borough has to offer. Take in a few exhibitions at the Brooklyn Museum or catch a gallery opening in DUMBO. You might not even have to be inside to enjoy the colors and sights of this part of the city — there’s plenty of street art to appreciate as well.
  • Sun, Sand, and Greenspaces: Though included in the city limits, there are many places to be at one with nature in this section of the NYC landscape. As an amenity most boroughs offer, the NYC Parks department maintains about 14 miles of beaches in Brooklyn. Of course, there’s the well known Coney Island Beach and boardwalk. But, you may make your way to Brighton Beach, which is home to a large Russian population and has great Eastern European eats. Manhattan Beach may be a destination for bringing the kids along for a barbeque and playground time. For those up for water sports rather than laying out to get some sun, Plumb Beach may be the top choice. On land, this borough is big enough to host the equivalent to Manhattan’s famed greenspace. Brooklyn’s Prospect Park was also designed by Central Parks’ landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. It features winding paths, meadows, a bandshell for live entertainment, and it’s own Prospect Park Zoo. If you still can’t get enough of the great outdoors, don’t forget to visit the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Spring is an especially good time to visit to see the splendor of the Garden’s cherry blossom trees in bloom.
  • Cost of living as King(s County Resident): As it is a part of NYC, those relocating to this borough should set their expectations to city livin’ prices. In terms of housing, both renting and buying options are at a premium. The average monthly rent for an apartment is $3,080 for a space that’s just under 650 square feet. However, this can vary quite a bit depending on the neighborhood you choose. For instance, the average rent in the Greenpoint neighborhood is upwards of $4,852/month, whereas renting in Prospect Park South will run you about $2,051/month. If you’re in the buyer’s market, the average house cost is around $960,000 and is on the rise. That said, there are some costs that’ll be the same no matter what part of the city you’re living or visiting. If you’re out and about shopping, you can expect to see about 8.875% in sales tax on your receipt. As for getting around the city, riding the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) buses and subways are $2.75 per ride throughout the five boroughs. The good news is that with the city’s massive public transportation options, you’ll be able to get to where you want to go with ease.
  • More Space and Job Opportunities: Brooklyn has experienced a real turn-around when it comes to residents. It’s among the hottest places to move to if you’re relocating from Manhattan. One of the biggest perks is that you’ll likely get more space wherever you make your home in the borough. Which is great for families of course, and some of the more family-friendly neighborhoods in this part of NYC include Park Slope and Bay Ridge. Those who will be job-hunting upon arrival will be heartened to know that 26% of all of NYC’s newly created private sector jobs between 2008 and 2018 were in Brooklyn. The borough also saw the most job growth out of all the boroughs (46%) within the same time frame. So, of the biggest industries in the city, including Business Services, Leisure & Hospitality, Health Care, Educational Services, among others, you’re likely to find a way to fund your fun and family home in Brooklyn.
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Thumbtack Reviews

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Yelp reviews

5/5

1,013+ Yelp Reviews

Trustpilot reviews

4.8/5

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Thumbtack reviews

4.8/5

213+ Thumbtack Reviews

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