The garment cleansers of Prestige Laundry V banish dirt, stains, and streaks without the use of water. Inside their Forest Hills facility, they take in two-piece suits, jeans, ties, shirts, and dresses and give them a thorough cleaning before returning them wrinkle-free and ready for clients or their scarecrows to wear.
Unpakt was masterminded by a moving-industry veteran who was all too familiar with the stresses and frustrations of relocating to a new home. As he mused to reporters from the New York Times, "You have a big headache, and go through this whole process, and that’s when it’s done properly." Unpakt's innovative system simplifies the process by enabling clients to book rigorously pre-screened, licensed-and-certified movers around the country. After specifying details, creating furniture inventories, and indicating special requests, clients are given exact prices for the total cost of the move.
If you were to make a list of fun things to do in New York City, sitting around a laundromat would likely not be on it. Unless, that is, you do your laundry at King of Clean. The space has many of the comforts of home, including cable TVs and a free Wi-Fi connection you can use to look up the difference between left socks and right socks. And with more than 100 machines, you'll never be stuck waiting for one to open up. Other perks include free soap several days a week and free pick-up and delivery services for laundry and dry cleaning.
Today Painters arrive to clients’ office spaces and homes with only eco-friendly paints that have low VOC counts. This way, kids and adults can breathe easily as skilled painters tackle traditional paint jobs or more specialized wall murals. The Today Painters team also includes interior design experts who are on hand to provide tips and ideas to clients.
Marble Cleaning NYC's technicians draw from more than 20 years of experience restoring marble, tile, and stone surfaces. They can remove calcium deposits from a sink or shower, fill in chips or cracks in a floor, and polish vanity surfaces, among other specialties.
In 1997, magician Michael Chaut realized that New York—long the haunt of some of the world's most talented magicians—no longer had a live magic venue. Wasting no time, Chaut assembled a super squad of fellow tricksters and illusionists, together creating the weekly showcase Monday Night Magic. Now firmly installed at the intimate Players Theatre, the shows strip away such over-the-top distractions as pyrotechnics and live animals, who generally give away the tricks post-performance anyway. Their shows instead beguile audiences with up-close sleight-of-hand and mental tricks, and also enter the realm of variety-show-style entertainment with jugglers and sword swallowers. During intermissions, the performing magicians take a chance to stroll through the room, hunkering down at lucky audience members' tables to dazzle them with up-close trickery.