We have seven Allied Van Lines moving agents around Brooklyn, New York, for your convenience. All of our agents are licensed, bonded, and BBB-accredited. Additionally, they have achieved a 4.9-star average rating from our customers, so you can trust that you're in good hands regardless of whether you have a residential or commercial move planned. We're able to help with local and long-distance moves. If you're moving from Park Slope to South Brooklyn or you're moving to Brooklyn from the other side of the state, we're here to coordinate the logistics. We can even help with international moves.
At Allied Van Lines, our agents will help you with all aspects of moving. If you don't want to do your own packing, we will find reputable movers to assist. You will be able to rely on us to arrange the loading and hauling of your possessions to your new address. If you don't have enough room for everything, we can even help you find the right storage solution. Give us a call, and we'll give you your free quote.
Brooklyn is one of New York City’s most well-known boroughs and is the most populous. More than 2.5 million people live here, and it’s is located within the boundaries of Kings County.
The borough has a distinct culture from the rest of New York City and many neighborhoods are ethnically diverse. Brooklyn’s history goes back more than 350 years when it was founded in the 17th century as a small Dutch town named Breuckelen along the East River. The Battle of Long Island raged in 1776 during the Revolutionary War and George Washington’s Continental Army set up camp on what is today Green-Wood Cemetery, Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza.
Attractions and Activities in Brooklyn
The Brooklyn Bridge, connecting the borough to Manhattan, was completed in 1884. As one of the most recognizable landmarks in New York City, it is a popular attraction for those who want to travel by car to and from Brooklyn and Manhattan. A walk across the bridge is also popular and gives you a thrilling view of the Manhattan skyline.
Art galleries are plentiful in Brooklyn and you can visit hotspots such as A.M. Richard Fine Art, BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Bond Street Gallery or BRIC Rotunda Gallery among a number of others.
The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is a well-loved attraction and offers peace, quiet and an escape from the busyness of city life. The garden was founded in 1910 and features hundreds of types of flowers on 52 acres. Spring is the best time of year to visit the Brooklyn Botanic Garden for the Sakura Matsuri Festival when hundreds of trees bloom along the Cherry Esplanade.
Moving to Brooklyn
When you decide to start the next chapter of your life in this borough, it’s time to search for a Brooklyn moving company. Allied Van Lines offers 500 agent locations across North America and Canada with hundreds of customer service representatives available 24/7. Customers who choose Allied Van Lines have the option of full-service or fragile-only packing or purchasing self-pack materials including boxes. Along with Allied’s trusted service, you’ll also receive free residence protection pads for doorways, railings and corners as well as carpet covers for high-traffic areas.
Getting to your new home in Brooklyn will be easy whether you choose to drive or fly into the borough. Allied can transport your car for you, should you choose to get to Brooklyn via John F. Kennedy International, La Guardia or Newark Liberty International airports.