Housecleaning services include dusting, vacuuming carpets, mopping floors, changing linens, emptying wastebaskets, and annihilating cobwebs. In the kitchen, one of Today's maids will clean the sink, microwave, and stovetop before wiping down the outside of all appliances and cabinets. Bathrooms sparkle with clean mirrors, toilets (inside and out), and unscuffed showers and tubs. (Click here to see a list of available services.) Maids are trained and experienced in the art of grease spatters, shoe scuffs, straggly marooned hairs, disheveled linens, and messes. They'll ask you for direction and focus on the areas you need cleaned the most; all services are customized to the customer's needs.
Once the chopper lifts off from the Hook Pier Heliport and rises above New York Harbor, the Big Apple's sprawling metropolis fills passengers' sightlines. Rotors spinning, the copter flies past the Statue of Liberty and toward the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and other looming examples of urban architecture. During these tours, sightseers sit comfortably within one of the company's five Bell 407 helicopters, which boast giant windows and enough legroom to roundhouse kick roving bands of skydivers looking to freeload their way onto the aircraft. The helicopter pilots also charter their aircraft on trips to cities including Boston and Atlantic City.
Pure Service Pro's trained technicians defend and repair homes assailed by water, fire, and mold. During each mold inspection and remediation, certified inspectors use advanced sensory equipment to locate mold growth and communicate with mold-smelling poltergeists. Additionally, Pure Service Pro fends off accumulating moisture by waterproofing basements and liberates grimy ground coverings with eco-friendly carpet-cleaning services.
Housing Works provides advocacy, job training, healthcare and housing support for low-income and homeless people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Housing Works Thrift Shops and Buy the Bag help fund this effort by selling new and used donated goods. Shoppers can explore shelves upon shelves of donated items in search of a new designer shirt, a vintage necklace, or a set of hand-painted bowls.
Having accrued 15 years of teaching experience, the staff members at Tennis Innovators prioritize exciting instruction and curriculums over barraging students with volley after volley. They appreciate the challenge of holding a child's interest and create fun drills for junior pupils, who can begin to learn racket-swinging techniques as early as age 3. The QuickStart and JuniorExtreme programs act as intriguing introductions to the sport for adolescents and work on improving their coordination, mobility, and athleticism, both on and off the court. In fact, they don't require a court to host their afterschool programs and will adapt lessons to fit any suitable space, such as a gymnasium or the least occupied patch of an in-use baseball diamond.
Classes aren't just for children—the staff hosts adult sessions aimed at improving overall game play and fitness in a supportive environment for fully formed humans of all skill levels. Staffers also lend their management expertise to neighborhood tennis clubs, providing guidance for hiring and training processes, court maintenance, and marketing.
Situated on 59th Street off Broadway in Columbus Circle, 6 Columbus provides intimate, boutique hotel style accommodations in a thriving New York City center of shopping, art and nightlife. Carnegie Hall is two avenues away and Central Park is just across the street. The hotel has a sleek look and ultra contemporary feel marked by stylish, comfortable furnishings and art featuring the work of Guy Bourdin, among other notable modern artists. The 81 guestrooms include amenities such as complimentary WiFi. The onsite restaurant, award winning Blue Ribbon Sushi, serves fresh sashimi and rolls as part of its menu of inventive Japanese fare. Head upstairs to Above Six, an outdoor bar with a retractable roof, for wine, beer, cocktails and dining al fresco in all seasons.