Amazon has canceled its plans to build an expansive corporate campus in Long Island City, Queens, a noxious chemical smell continues to nauseate riders of the L train, which may or may not be soon getting shut down for 15 months, and the Knicks continue to play like complete crap. But guess what? There is still office moving in New York City to be done, and who better to do it than Eagle Transfer?
Last weekend, in addition to commercial moves for such longstanding clients as JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, we performed an office relocation for an interesting young company in the intercom industry, ButterflyMX.
As a premier office mover in New York City, we encounter jobs of varying sizes and scope. This one was fairly small; we moved the company of roughly 30 people in one day (two, if you count the tagging work performed by the assigned project manager), from its old headquarters at 11 East 33rd Street to new digs at 127 West 33rd Street.