NYC moving trends provided by Dumbo Moving NYC

New York City is very lively and energetic city within which people are constantly moving. We wanted to find out which areas are the most and the least attractive for New Yorkers. For that purpose we have consulted Dumbo moving and storage moving company which has provided us with some useful details regarding moving tendencies in the past six months within NYC. The results we have obtained are based on the company’s business opportunities and on the number of moves they performed during the six-month period.
Northwest Brooklyn turns out to be the most popular area New Yorkers are moving to and moving from, followed by Murray Hill and Chelsea and Clinton. Fourth and fifth place in terms of most attractive areas belong to Greenpoint and Prospect Heights.
Surprisingly, Upper East Side and Upper West Side happened to be locations New Yorkers are frequently moving from. It seems like they are no longer fond of this part of the city. As a result, preferences of Dumbo’s customers, whose age range is between 20 and 35 regard Murray Hill, Prospect Heights, East Williamsburg. Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn seem to be more attractive for loving nowadays.
The results of this analysis are the overview of actual moving tendencies in New York from the point of view of one of the busiest moving companies in NYC during the past six months.

10 Most Visited Cities in the World [infographic]

I have the travel bug. It’s been a year and a half since I have been abroad, and it is starting to get to me. This may seem like a short amount of time to you, but it feels like eternity to me. Traveling is like getting tattoos (or so I am told because I don’t actually have any tattoos), once you go on one trip, you’re going to want to go on a million trips. Here’s a better analogy: traveling is like the book If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Once you’ve seen one place, you are going to want to see all the places. And if you are going to see all the places, you best get a move on. If you’re not sure exactly where to start, check out the infographic below. It lists the top ten most visited cities in the world.

It can seem impossible to make it abroad, but I can assure you it’s not–especially for college students and recent grads. Yesterday I submitted a graduate application to a school in Barcelona. And I have numerous friends that have studied or worked abroad. I have a friend right now that is in Africa on a Fulbright scholarship and another two friends that just submitted their Fulbright application to teach English in Brazil. There are tons of options out there. If you want to travel, you will make it happen. [via]

© Lindsey Lawrence for Daily Infographic, 2013. |
Permalink |
One comment |

Post tags: 10 most visited cities, Bangkok, Global Destination, London, new york, paris, study abroad, travel, travel abroad