Author: Manhattan Mini Storage

Storage & Moving in NYC in 2020

Moving and storage in New York City tends to be very similar year to year. But, just like everything else in 2020, Manhattan Mini Storage has had to adapt and change to work around COVID-19.  We took a moment to talk with our President, Adam Steckler, about the industry and what New Yorkers need to know about moving and storing this spring and summer. What trends do you usually see in the spring for people moving and storing in NYC and how are those different this year? Our busiest time of year is usually the spring. The high season...

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Manhattan Mini Storage Night At The Big Apple Circus

Winters in NYC are a whirlwind – from finding enough space for gifts and holiday décor to balancing bulky coats on already full racks – the season is nothing less than a circus. That’s why this year Manhattan Mini Storage is teaming up with Big Apple Circus to give our customers a chance to experience how the professionals do it! Join us on Jan. 23 at 7pm for a special event – Manhattan Mini Storage night under the big top at Lincoln Center in partnership with Big Apple Circus. Featuring: Performance by Guest Ringmaster drag artist Alexis Michelle of Manhattan...

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Your Last Chance to Have Fun in 2019

December in Manhattan can be summed up in two words: holiday feels! From sparkly tree lighting to seasonal bakery confections, museum disco parties to gospel church concerts, our recommendations for this month will make your heart sing (and tame any inner Grinch tendencies). So cozy up with your eggnog latte and read our ideas for the best events to attend to close out 2019.  Tree lightings can be found in all five boroughs but nothing compares to midtown’s OG Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Plaza, now in its eighth decade. Join thousands of visitors and millions tuning...

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November Events in NYC

November is when you pause to marvel at the speed of the last ten months. Time flies so quickly in the world’s greatest city. As 2019 enters the home stretch, nothing slows down on the arts, culture, and events front. Use our recommendations to keep yourself up to date on everything worth seeing and doing on the island of Manhattan.  November enters laughing at the New York Comedy Festival, a week long showcase of over 100 shows by established and breakout talent including Stephen Colbert, Nicole Byer and Trevor Noah (Monday, November 4 – Sunday, November 10, times vary). ...

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Calling All Witches, Ghosts, & Goblins!

There’s finally a chill in the air, and we’re breaking our Halloween supplies out of storage. On Friday, October 25th , celebrate the season a little early at one of our three free, family-friendly, costume parties around Manhattan. Every year we’re thankful to give young families a safe, dry, and warm neighborhood spot to celebrate the season and every year tops the one before. With face painting, costumed characters, candy galore and gift bags, it’s an event you don’t want to miss. If nothing else, it’s a great excuse to take your costume for a test run before the...

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