Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Who Do I Hire For Hardwood Floor Refinishing In New York City?

You have to do your research when it comes to hiring a hardwood floor refinisher in New York City. The professional has to have experience with all different sanding techniques, staining, polyurethane application, sealers, oils, and the whole spectrum revolving around the trade.

The experience in all the different location's in Manhattan are important. The best hardwood floor refinishing company in NYC is Wood Vitalize. This company has modern, historic, commercial, and residential experience in all of the following areas;
Downtown Manhattanbelow 14th Street
Little Germany (historic)E7-10 and A to B
Alphabet CityLoisaidaHouston to E23rd (14th) and FDR to A
East VillageHouston to E14th and the East River to Bowery
Greenwich Village, the VillageHouston to W14th and Broadway to the Hudson River
NoHoHouston to Astor and Bowery to Broadway
BoweryCanal to E4 and Allen to Bowery
West VillageHouston to W14th and 6th to the river
Lower East SideCanal to Houston and the river to Bowery
SoHoCanal to Houston and Lafayette to Varick
Nolita (NoLIta)Broome to Houston and Bowery to Lafayette
Little ItalyCanal to Broome along Mulberry
ChinatownChambers to Delancey and East Broadway to Broadway
Lower ManhattanFinancial Districtbelow Chambers
Five Points (historic)Worth & Baxter
Cooperative VillageFrankfort to Grand and FDR to E B-way
Two BridgesBrooklyn Bridge to Montgomery, St. James Pl to the river
TriBeCaPark Pl to Canal and Broadway to the Hudson River
Civic CenterVesey to Chambers and the East River to Broadway
Radio Row (historic)Cortlandt to Dey and Greenwich St (WTC)
South Street Seaport Historical Districtsouth of Fulton and along FDR
Battery Park Citywest of West Street

Midtown Neighborhoods[change | change source]

Name of the NeighborhoodLimits South to North and East to West
Midtown Manhattan34th to 59th St
Columbus CircleW59 and 8th Avenue
Sutton PlaceE53-59 and Sutton Pl
Rockefeller Center, Radio CityW49-51 and 5th to 6th
Diamond DistrictW47 and 5th to 6th
Theater DistrictW42-53 and 6th to 8th
Turtle BayE42-53 and East River to Lex
Midtown East42-59 and East River to 5th
Midtown40-59 and 3rd to 9th
Tudor CityE40-43 and 1st Avenue to 2nd
Little BrazilW46 and 5th to 6th
Times SquareW39-52 and 7th-9th Avenue
Hudson YardsW28-43 and 7th to the Hudson River
Midtown WestW34-59 and 5th to Hudson River
Hell's Kitchen, ClintonW34-57 (59) and 8th to the Hudson River
Garment DistrictW34-42 and 5th to 9th
Herald SquareW34 and 6th Avenue
KoreatownW31-36 and 5th to 6th
Murray HillE29-42 and 2nd to 5th
TenderloinW23-42 and 5th to 7th
Madison SquareW23-26 and 5th to Broadway

Neighborhoods between Midtown and Downtown[change | change source]

Name of the NeighborhoodLimits South to North and East to West
Flower DistrictW26-28 and 6th
BrookdaleE25th and 1st to FDR
Kips BayE23-34 and the river to 3rd
Rose HillE25-30 and 3rd to Madison
NoMadW25-30 and Lex to 6th
Peter Cooper Village (former Gas House district)E20-23 and C to 1st
ChelseaW14-34 and 6th to the river
Flatiron District, Toy District, Photo DistrictE&W16-27 and Park Avenue South to 6th
Gramercy ParkE14-23 and 1st to Park Avenue So.
Stuyvesant SquareE15-E18 and 1st to 3rd
Union SquareE14-17 and 4th to University Pl
Stuyvesant Town (former Gas House district)E14-20 and C to 1st
Meatpacking DistrictGansevoort to W15th and Hudson to the river
Waterside PlazaE25-29th and FDR Drive

Uptown Neighborhoods[change | change source]

Name of the NeighborhoodLimits South to North and East to West
Upper Manhattanabove 95th St
Marble Hillphysically located on the mainland
Inwoodabove Dyckman St
Fort GeorgeBetween Nagel Ave, Dyckman St and 192nd, includes Broadway South to Fairview Avenue
Washington HeightsW155 (once 125) to Dyckman St
Hudson Heights (Part of Washington Heights)W173 to Fort Tryon Park; Broadway to the Hudson River
West HarlemW125-155; Saint Nicholas Avenue to the Hudson River
Hamilton Heights (West Harlem)W135-155; St. Nick to the Hudson River
Manhattanville (West Harlem)W125-135; St. Nick to the Hudson River
ViVa, Viaduct ValleyW125-132; the Hudson River
Morningside Heights, SoHa (or "South of Harlem")W96-125; Columbus to Riverside Drive
Central HarlemE110-155; Park Avenue to St. Nick
HarlemE96-141 (east), W110-155 (central), W125-155 (west)
Strivers' Row (Central Harlem)W137-138; 7th-8th Avenue
Astor Row (Central Harlem)centered at W130
Sugar Hill (Central Harlem)W125-155; Edgecombe Avenue to Amsterdam Ave.
Marcus Garvey Park, Mount Morris Historical DistrictE120-124; Madison Avenue to Fifth Avenue
Le Petit Senegal (Little Senegal)W. 116; East of Morningside Park, rapidly growing neighborhood
East HarlemE96-141; East River to 5th
Spanish Harlemnortheast of Central Park; E96-130; East River to 5th
Upper East Side, Lenox Hill, Silk Stocking DistrictE59-96; East River to 5th (and E96-110 along 5th)
Carnegie HillE86-98; 3rd to 5th (centered at E91 and Park)
YorkvilleE79-96; the river to 3rd (centered at E86 and 3rd)
Upper West SideW59-110; Central Park W to the Hudson River
Manhattan Valley, Bloomingdale DistrictW96-110; Eighth Avenue to Broadway (Manhattan)
Lincoln Square (once San Juan Hill, Manhattan)W65-66; Ninth Avenue to Broadway

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