What You Really Need to Know Before Moving to NYC

February 12, 2014

Last week one of our favorite websites, Buzzfeed, posted a list of 44 Things You Learn Very Quickly After Moving To NYC, which was both hilarious and spot-on. Among some of our favorites from the list:   There is no such thing as a no-fee apartment. Brooklyn and Queens really do have more space… …and Manhattan…

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Everything You Need to Know About New York Fashion Week!

February 4, 2014

Yes, darlings, it’s that time of year again — when the world’s top designers descend on Manhattan to show off their fancy fall ready-to-wear collections on the some of the world’s most rarefied runways. This year’s Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week, as it’s officially called, runs from this Thursday, Feb. 6 through next Thursday, Feb. 13. Events…

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Manhattan Mini Storage Joins New York Cares Coat Drive

January 27, 2014

As New Yorkers soldier through the coldest winter in years, thousands of people in the New York Metro area are facing potentially life-threatening consequences because they don’t own proper winter coats and jackets. So Edison Properties, Manhattan Mini Storage‘s parent company, is joining New York Cares in its annual Coat Drive to deliver coats to…

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Meet Our Latest Manhattan Mini Storage Sweepstakes Winner!

January 22, 2014

Why is this guy smiling? Because he just won the Manhattan Mini Storage Extreme Apartment Makeover Sweepstakes! Meet Ben Raffalli, a 21-year-old student and aspiring actor who’s studying musical theater. Ben lives with two roommates in a very cluttered apartment in Chelsea. But after entering and winning our contest on Facebook, that apartment is about…

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The Dream Lives On

January 15, 2014

America celebrates Martin Luther King Day on Monday, Jan. 20. Established in 1983, this federal holiday recognizes the life, work and legacy of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.     Many people think of Dr. King as a champion of the African-American community, but the fact is, he was champion for all communities….

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Wild, Wacky, Environmentally Friendly Christmas Tree Alternatives

December 18, 2013

Christmas trees are a beautiful tradition. They’re bright, cheery, festive, and they smell wonderful. They’re also, well, trees… or dead trees, to be exact — usually firs, pines and cedars that have been chopped down and moved from their natural environment via truck, sometimes traveling thousands of miles (burning thousands of gallons of gasoline), to…

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