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  • The Ultimate Guide to Moving Into Rogers Park

    Posted on September 21, 2017

    Brought to you by Chicago’s Best Rogers Park Movers Right on the northern edge of Chicago, Rogers Park is a colorful and often-changing neighborhood that’s easy to walk through and always interesting to explore. Home to Loyola University, as well as a number of strong cultural enclaves, Rogers Park offers a variety of restaurants and […]

  • 5 Packing Tips and Shortcuts for a Time-Sensitive Move

    Posted on September 20, 2017

    Sometimes life gives you lemons and making lemonade is a luxury you just can’t quite afford. If you’ve ever found yourself having to move quickly from one living situation to another–be it due to breaking up with a significant other or your dream high-rise apartment suddenly opening up at a far cheaper price then expected–then you […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Moving into Lakeview

    Posted on September 14, 2017

    Brought to you by Chicago’s Best Lakeview Movers Lakeview (or sometimes Lake View) is a diverse and vibrant neighborhood that rises right along the water. Right next to Wrigleyville and Boystown, and conveniently close to the red and brown lines, Lakeview is home to numerous restaurants, bars, shops, and great Chicago institutions both old and new. […]

  • How to Manage These 4 Common Moving Day Mistakes

    Posted on September 13, 2017

    We’ve all been there. You made a thorough checklist for the packing process, used a checklist tool like the one we offer, or made several if you’re managing an office move with employees. The period before a move can be quite extended as one must handle weeks if not months of looking at new places, […]

  • What to NOT Pack When Moving in Chicago

    Posted on September 11, 2017

    Considering that it’s our job, packing is something we take very seriously here at New City Moving. As one of the top professional Chicago moving companies, we’ve used our know-how to help you tackle such tricky topics as packing your most valuable items, how to pack and move prized art, and many more. But have you ever […]

  • 3 Tips for Setting Up a Home Office When Moving in Chicago 

    Posted on September 6, 2017

    Whether it’s a job that demands you to be able to respond 24/7, a business you’re running from your home, or you just have a hobby you would like to take more seriously, having a home office can be invaluable for young professionals and artists alike–or at least those who do not require a separate […]

  • 5 Essential Tips When Packing for College Dorm Room Life

    Posted on September 4, 2017

    With colleges and universities across the country getting their school year underway, we thought it may be helpful to share our own experiences with what you’ll need for your first or fourth year at college and how best to pack for the fall semester. After all, with more and more Americans going to college than ever […]

  • When to Choose a Chicago Storage Solution for Your Back-to-School College Student

    Posted on August 30, 2017

    The end of August and the start of September means going back to school for anyone in kindergarten through twelfth grade and the requisite back to school shopping that the start of school requires. When moving for college, especially if it’s a plane’s flight or a ten-hour drive away, students tend to accrue a lot […]

  • 3 Tips for Moving in Chicago During Labor Day

    Posted on August 28, 2017

    Back in late spring, we discussed some of the lessons we’ve learned for moving in spring and summer and part of those suggestions was to avoid holiday weekends, in particular Memorial Day and July Fourth. During those two weekends, everyone is seemingly either leaving town or coming into town, making the roads near-impossible to navigate in […]

  • The Ultimate Guide to Moving Into Chinatown

    Posted on August 25, 2017

    Brought to you by Chicago’s Best Chinatown Movers For a century, Chinatown has been the center of a tight-knit Chinese community. Located just below the South Loop, Chinatown offers a variety of restaurants, amenities, and cultural centers that offer authentic experiences to residents, visitors, and ex-pats of all backgrounds. Chinatown is conveniently close to downtown […]

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