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.
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The casual attitude at Ginger, in the East Village, begins with the lemongrass-green sign out front and continues inside on the bright red and yellow walls. There’s also plenty of color on the plates, especially in dishes like the teriyaki salmon fillet, the tuna tartare, the octopus salad and the citrus and jalapeño-sauced sashimi splash, served in a martini glass. At the sushi bar, there are more than 30 types of rolls, including the Rocco, with banana and eel; Rooster, with spicy king crab and tobiko; and S & M, with spicy mango and shrimp. The restaurant’s charm crosses over to the check, which comes with a complimentary dollop of ginger ice cream.
The Sofia family boasts a New York City heritage stretching back more than a century. In 1880, the family’s ancestral patriarch, Theodoro, emigrated to The Bronx from Italy, joining millions of others in search of a new life and streets flowing with apple pie and hot dogs. After marrying his childhood sweetheart, he bought a stable with his three sons, eventually transforming it into a moving and storage business in 1910. The growing business weathered the Depression and two world wars, and gained prestige when its movers were trusted to transport the Mona Lisa to the Met, to shuttle the King Tut exhibit around the country, and to move the Atlantic Ocean to the East Coast. The family eventually phased out its moving services in favor of storage facilities, which are still run by third-generation Sofias. Today, the company's four storage locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn safely store closet overflow from New Yorkers' oft-cramped apartments. Each facility hosts lockers and storage rooms that range in size from 4’x4’ spaces to entire floors, and boast amenities such as natural-gypsum or terra cotta lining. An outside security company monitors each building at all times, and renters can opt to buy a lock or bring their own. Storage tips, packing materials for sale, and the option of custom shelving in each unit help patrons pack their belongings with long-lasting care, while easy access and complimentary use of hand carts facilitate stuff retrieval.
It's easy to recognize the people who work for Bubble Wrap Movers, and not just because they show up in a moving truck. They each wear a black t-shirt designed to look like a tuxedo, except without the white doves stuffed into the sleeves. In this garb, they carefully transport items small and large, such as sectional sofas or mirrors. Their work also has an educational benefit: all of Bubble Wrap Movers' employees are hard-working college students.
Avi Shaer, president of Alpha Moving & Storage, knows that relocating is a hassle but wants to make the process as painless as possible by dispatching strong, agile professionals to every job. These experienced, licensed, and insured movers have been trained in how to pack and move everything from a grand piano to fine china to a piano made of china. Homeless boxes and items find refuge in Alpha's secure storage facilities, where 24-hour surveillance protects possessions from theft and a top-notch sprinkler system puts out blazes and waters cherished chia pets.