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National Moving Month Is Almost Here! April 23, 2012 No Comments

Are you prepared to celebrate moving? Our Empire Movers’ team is ready for sure! May is our favorite month of the year as it marks the beginning of the busiest relocation season. It is officially declared the National Moving Month by AMSA, the American Moving & Storage Association, and it is a way of remembering [...]

RELOCATION NEWS: 3 on Residential & Office Moving NY February 20, 2012 No Comments

1. Lower Manhattan welcomes Fab.com According to Observer.com, Fab.com will relocate in spring in Lower Manhattan, NY. The fast growing ecommerce company doubles its office space, renting an entire floor at 95 Morton Street office building owned by Brickman Associates’ real estate. You can read more details here: http://www.observer.com/2012/02/fab-com-moves-to-lower-manhattan/ 2. Mionetto USA expands its New [...]

Relocation News: Moving Company Scam in the News Again January 27, 2012 No Comments

Unfortunately, we hear often on the news about moving company scams and in the past we made efforts to inform our current or potential clients about the risk of being mislead by unreliable movers with bad reputation. Of course, it is unpleasant to see such negative news that affects the whole moving industry. As we [...]

Companies as Global Travelers January 23, 2012 No Comments

Relocation is a fast-moving business, literally and figuratively , that’s why we, at Empire Movers, try to be up to date with everything related to residential, corporate moving and in general every aspect concerning relocation and moving. ________________________________________________________________________________ Recently we have found an interesting article by Chicago Tribute regarding corporate relocation and we would like [...]

Office vacancy reaches 12% in Manhattan February 8, 2011 No Comments

Source: The Real Deal Manhattan office vacancy rate climbed in January, according to Cassidy Turley’s monthly market report, reaching 12.2 percent. This 20-basis-point climb, according to the report, is due in part to two major chunks of office real estate to hit the market last month: a 612,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by Pfizer at 685 [...]

Brooklyn and Queens News – Go Empire Movers January 20, 2011 No Comments

Fresh news from the New York Real Estate World: In Brooklyn and Queens, home sales prices tick up as volume drops “January 20, 2011 12:00AM After an erratic several months in Brooklyn and Queens, due largely to pent up demand and the first-time homebuyer tax credit, the residential market in the two boroughs may be [...]

How about moving to Brooklyn? January 7, 2011 No Comments

Not yet moving in Brooklyn? You should. New recreational places are being planned here. This year, the Brooklyn Bridge Park will get its own floating pool. The officials want to build a new floating pool, like the wildly popular barge-borne one that docked in the Brooklyn Heights harbor four summers ago. The first step was [...]

The Big Apple – Prime investors location for 2011 January 6, 2011 No Comments

Since last year, New York City moved from no. 3 for U.S. cities, to the most favorite city for real estate investments. Real estate investors around the world pick New York City as prime location for 2011. According to reports from a global survey, Crain’s New York announces that New York is ranked the no. [...]

The real estate world coping with bedbugs October 14, 2010 1 Comment

The real estate world adapts its business to the new reality of bedbugs. New laws and a heightened awareness of the problem seem to be affecting the day-to-day dealings of the real estate industry, in ways large and small. Despite some heavily publicized incidents, bedbugs don’t seem to be rocking the boat too much and [...]