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Whether you’re moving from or to Kingston, we’re the moving company for you.

First of all, we are a locally-grown small business: our headquarters are based just 15 miles away in nearby New Paltz, NY, and we know the ins and outs of moving in our community.

Which Part of Kingston Are You Moving To or From?

The City of Kingston is divided into three main sections: Uptown Kingston (also known as the Stockade District), Midtown Kingston, and Downtown Kingston (also known as the Rondout).

The city’s main thoroughfare is called Broadway; it runs through Midtown Kingston to connect the other two parts of the city. The city connects to major roads like Route 28, Route 209, Route 9W, the Thruway/I-87, and is near the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge and Kingston-Port Ewen Suspension Bridge.

There’s also a larger area around Kingston that is within the 12401 area code, but aren’t in the City of Kingston. Some of these nearby municipalities include East Kingston, Eddyville, parts of Esopus, Hillside, Hurley, Lincoln Park, Marbletown, Rosendale, Saint Remy the Town of Kingston, and parts of the Town of Ulster.

How Should You Get Ready for Your Move?

When you’re getting ready to move, you probably are going to need a few things:

Boxes of different sizes

Plastic bins

Shipping/Duct Tape

Scissors

Bubble wrap or packing peanuts

There are a few places to get these supplies in the Kingston area:

Home Depot – 1122 Ulster Ave, Kingston, NY

Lowe’s – 901 Frank Sottile Boulevard, Kingston, NY

Walmart – 601 Frank Sottile Boulevard, Kingston, NY

Or you could just let us do it for you. We offer partial and full packing and unpacking services as part of our moving packages.

Move Your Art. Safely.

Kingston is renowned for its arts community. There’s the Midtown Arts District, the O+ Festival has produced dozens of murals across the town, and there’s a famous claim that it has more artists per capita than New York City.

Whether you’re moving a valuable art collection, or are a working artist on a tight budget looking for minimal disruption, we’ve provided some tips on our site on how to pack paintings, prints, sculptures and figurines for transport; we also provide partial and full packing and unpacking services as an option.

Many artists are moving in and out of these places in Kingston:

The Lace Mill – 165 Cornell Street, Kingston, NY

The Shirt Factory – 77 Cornell Street, Kingston, NY

The Brush Factory – 108 Greenkill Avenue, Kingston, NY

The Pajama Factory – 49 Greenkill Avenue, Kingston, NY

Ferrovia Studios – 17 Railroad Ave, Kingston, NY

Getting Rid of Extra Stuff

Sometimes you overpack; or before you move, you decide that some items aren’t going to make the trip with you.

The City of Kingston offers curbside pickup for large appliances, carpeting and furniture. For smaller items, there are the following stores that accept drop-offs:

Salvation Army – 884 Ulster Ave, Kingston NY
Goodwill – 1306 Ulster Avenue, Kingston NY