Choose Molloy Brothers Mayflower when making your next relocation. Honest and friendly quality service is what Molloy Bros. is all about. Molloy Bros. has been relocating residents and businesses for over 60 years with seamless and stress-free professional service. Molly Bros offers attentive Move Coordinators who will prepare a effortless move for you, regardless of distance or difficulty.
Molloy Bros offers a a top quality professional on-site to supervise your move with a uniformed and professionally trained crew. Their conscious and friendly employees are quick to resolve any issues to insure a stree-free move. They offer accurate and free estimates, and all of their trucks and moving equipment are state-of-the-art and well-maintained.
Your Molloy Bros move coordinator can arrange for the following services whether you are coming to Hudson County New Jersey or leaving for an exciting new destination:
Disconnect/reconnect of appliances
Conscientious handyman services
Arrival concierge services such as maid service
Disconnected/re-connected of your electronics
Arrangements for clean-up service at the residence you are leaving
Arrangements for maid service at your new destination
Molloy Bros Moving provides experienced Movers to all of the 12 Municipalities in Hudson County New Jersey. So whether you are moving to New Jersey or out of state, Molloy has the expertise to get you and your possessions to your new destination protected and secure. The 12 Municipalities in Hudson County NJ are:
Jersey City (city)
Union City (city)
West New York (town)
East Newark (borough)
North Bergen (township)
There is much history to observe in Hudson County NJ. Be sure to visit the several museums and other exhibitions spaces throughout the county, some of which maintain permanent collections. Other museums are focused on local culture, history, or the environment. There are events throughout the year where architecture, local artists or ethnic culture are highlighted.
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Molloy Mayflower’s Packing Guide contains all the information you need in a simple pamphlet loaded with helpful photographs. An even better idea is to contact one of our move coordinators who will help you to quickly and easily sort through the information you need to get started with your move.
Some intersting facts about Hudson County, New Jersey
Hudson County is the smallest county in New Jersey and one of the most densely populated in United States. It takes its name from the Hudson River, which creates part of its eastern border. Part of the New York metropolitan area, its county seat and largest city is Jersey City.
Hudson County is the most densely populated county in the state.
The only city in Hudson that is among the one hundred most populous cities in the United States is Jersey City which was ranked 78th in the United States Census Bureau's rankings based on the 2009 population estimate.
Of municipalities with over 50,000 people, Union City, New Jersey is the most densely populated in the United States.
North Bergen is the city with the second most hills per square mile in the United States behind San Francisco.
North Hudson has the second largest Cuban American population in the United States behind Miami.
Jersey City is the twenty first most ethnically diverse city in the United States and the most ethnically diverse on the East Coast of the United States.
Hudson has three communities on the list of the 100 cities (population 5,000 and up) with the highest percent of foreign-born residents: West New York (65.2%), Union City (58.7%), and Guttenberg (48.7%)
Hudson is located in the heart of New York metropolitan area Tri-State Region in northeastern New Jersey. It is bordered by the Hudson River and Upper New York Bay to the east; Kill van Kull to the south; Newark Bay and the Hackensack River or the Passaic River to the west; its only land border is shared Bergen County to the north and west.
The topography is marked by the New Jersey Palisades in the north with cliffs overlooking the Hudson to the east and less severe cuesta or slope to the west. They gradually level off to the southern peninsula, which is coastal and flat. The western region, around the Hackensack and Passaic is part of the New Jersey Meadowlands.
The highest point, at 260 feet (79 m) above sea level is in West New York;.the lowest point is sea level.
Ellis Island and Liberty Island, opposite Liberty State Park, lie entirely within Hudson County's waters, which extend to the New York state line. Liberty Island is wholly part of New York. Ellis Island is jointly administered by the states of New Jersey and New York. Nine-tenths of its land is technically part of Hudson County, with the remainder being part of New York.Shooters Island, in the Kill van Kull, is also shared with New York. Robbins Reef Light sits atop a reef which runs parallel the Bayonne and Jersey City waterfront.
Counties adjacent to Hudson are New York County, New York and Kings County, New York to the east; Essex County, New Jersey and Union County, New Jersey to west; Richmond County, New York to the south; and Bergen County, New Jersey, the only one with which it shares a land border, to the north and west. Given its proximity to Manhattan, it is sometimes referred to as New York City's sixth borough.
Much of the county lies between the Hackensack and Hudson Rivers on geographically long narrow peninsula, (sometimes called Bergen Neck), that is a contiguous urban area where it's often difficult to know when one's crossed a civic boundary. These boundaries and the topography-including many hills and inlets-create very distinct neighborhoods. Kennedy Boulevard runs the entire length of the peninsula. Numerous cuts for rail and vehicular traffic cross Bergen Hill.
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