Color is key when you only live in a few hundred square feet of space, as most of us in New York City do. And a fresh coat of paint can literally mean the difference between a dull, drab or even stressful living space and a warm, happy, welcoming place to call home. It doesn’t
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Hard to believe that Memorial Day is only 11 days from now, given that we were just shivering in the cold. But such is springtime in the Big Apple — beautiful and brief!
Many people regard Memorial Day as nothing more than a day off from work and the unofficial kick-off to the summer season. But
Manhattan Mini Storage is in the news again!
Today’s Wall Street Journal has a lovely feature about an accomplished charcoal artist who stores her artwork at one of our West 23rd Street location, even though she herself had to move out of New York.
Read all about it here:
An Expat Artist Leaves Her Drawings Behind
By Matt McCue
Yes, it’s that time of year again when it seems like everyone in New York City turns Irish. From green costumes to green beer and even green hair, the spirit of the Irish inhabits New Yorkers great and wee. As we run up to the big March 17 holiday, here’s a handy rundown of everything
Renting an apartment in New York City is always a scary proposition, whether you’re moving here for the first time or simply switching from one Manhattan neighborhood to another. There are so many factors to consider, and for most people, the first question is: How do I even get started?
We recently came across an excellent