- Do you find yourself driving home from work these days thinking routine can be good, but it can also get boring if things are not shaken up a bit? You just want a change in scenery and the only way to do that may be by moving somewhere new. So, you actually made a decision on moving to Washington D.C. Great choice. It’s a city with a great vibe and a lot more to offer than just a good job. If you really want to change the place of living, the best solution for such interstate moving will be to contact East Coast West Coast Express immediately! Getting started with East Coast West Coast Express is easy! We have mapped out a process for each of our services that will help you with your long distance move. Whether you are shipping cars, moving full households, individual furniture or other goods, East Coast West Coast Express and our team are fully capable of handling your relocation needs. We are suggesting you using our full-service because it involves outsourcing every aspect of the move – packing, loading, transporting, and unloading. We also have the service for unexpected circumstances, East Coast West Coast Express will provide you free storage units for up to thirty days. And that's not all, whatever your moving and storage services needs, we’ve got you covered:
- -Long- or short-term storage options
- -24-hour state-of-the-art security systems
- -Preparation of belongings, including padding for damage-free storage
- -Door-to-door moving and storage services from your home to our facilities and back again
- -Climate-controlled storage for items like pianos, fine artwork, books, and wine
- Read the following article and find out everything you’ll need to know before making a move to the nation’s capital.
Moving to Washington DC with East Coast West Coast Express
- Washington, D.C., formally the District of Columbia and commonly referred to as Washington, "the District", or simply D.C. is the capital of the United States. On July 16, 1790, the Residence Act approved the creation of a capital district located along the Potomac River on the country's East Coast. As permitted by the U.S. Constitution, the District is under the exclusive jurisdiction of the United States Congress and is therefore not a part of any U.S. state. The city of Washington was named after George Washington, who picked the location, while the District of Columbia was named after explorer Christopher Columbus. As the capital of the nation, the city is one of the most significant cities in the United States and recognized throughout the world. More than 500,000 people live in Washington, D.C. in the area of 68.34 square miles.
- Washington D.C. has a warm sea climate. Summers are warm and winters tend to be mild most years, although in January and February there is a chance of snowfall. Spring and fall are mild to warm.
Where to live
- Before you settle in Washington D.C. you need to decide where you are going to live. Since there are a lot of different neighborhoods in D.C., you should be able to find a place that fits your budget. It is an expensive city to live in. There is no denying that fact, but there are places, even downtown, that can be affordable. Some of the best neighborhoods are:
- -Logan Circle, a neighborhood in the Northwest quadrant of Washington. This is the only
- major circle downtown that remains entirely residential.
- -DuPont Circle, the neighborhood is centered around the traffic circle, which is divided
- between two counter clock-wise roads with a park within the circle
- -Adams Morgan, much of this neighborhood is composed of 19th- and early 20th-century row houses and apartment buildings.
- -Georgetown is a historic neighborhood, commercial, and entertainment district situated along the Potomac River.
- The names of all 131 neighborhoods in Washington D.C. you can find following next link
- The District of Columbia's public school system is among the largest in the country, serving approximately 68,000 students at 167 schools. In Washington, you can also choose among more than 60 major private schools. Washington, D.C. is home to 12 universities and colleges, so you won't have to worry about education once relocate to the capital of the U.S.
The Most Important Places to Visit in Washington, D.C
- -The White House , symbolically the most important building of the country, US Presidents have lived and worked here for more than 200 years.
- -The Capitol Hill a remarkable neoclassical landmark. Recognized around the world, this is where the US Senate and House of Representatives meet.
- -Supreme Court one of the country's most important institutions, you can take a tour to learn about its history and inner workings
- -Lincoln Memorial dedicated to Abraham Lincoln, 16th US President, and a great leader.
- -Library of Congress the largest library in the world. The magnificent building houses approximately 90 million archives materials.
- Although Washington, D.C. is best known for its politics, there are other industries in the city. Politics isn’t the only business here. If you want to live here, but you aren’t in politics, you just have to dig a little. There are non-political jobs especially in the areas of education, finance, public policy, and scientific research. The top five non-government-related employers are:
- -Georgetown University
- -George Washington University
- -Washington Hospital Center
- -Children's National Medical Center
- -Howard University
- With tons of free activities, great food, and music culture paired with an overall city vibe, the District offers a lot to new residents. Call East Coast West Coast Express today to schedule your moving day and ask for any additional information.