Queens is one of the five boroughs of New York City, and while it’s not as densely populated as Manhattan, with a population of 2.3 million, it can hold its own. If Queens were a city, it would be ranked fourth-largest in the U.S., ahead of Philadelphia and Chicago.
Brooklyn is located in the southwestern area of Long Island (but not considered part of Long Island), and separated from Manhattan by the East River, to the west by the Upper and Lower New York bays, and to the south by the Atlantic Ocean.
With Long Island Sound to the southeast, the Hudson River to the west and Connecticut to the east, Westchester County is a picturesque part of New York. It was one of the original twelve counties of New York and has been in existence since 1683.
Mention Louisiana, and people immediately think of New Orleans—the Big Easy, Mardi Gras, Bourbon Street, Creole cuisine and jazz music. But NOLA, Baton Rouge and the rest of the state pose unique storage issues that are unique as Louisiana’s most famous city.
Ah, Florida. Sun, beaches, ocean, Gulf of Mexico … plus gators, lizards, everglades, hurricanes and tourist-filled theme parks. Florida is unique, so it makes sense that the storage issues are unique as well. Here are some of the uniquely Floridian storage issues.
About 8 million people call New York City home, which is 48% of the entire population of the state of New York. Most people who live in NYC live in apartments, and that means storage is challenging. Here are four reasons why New Yorkers need more storage than most.