JMR Elite Moving and Storage is the long distance company to successfully handle your Baltimore moving & storage needs.
Leave it to the professionals who have been in business for over 35 years. JMR Elite Moving and Storage is a family-owned business whose reputation speaks for itself with a customer base that has grown and is extremely satisfied with our moving services. We also have an international moving specialist to assist you in your North American and overseas corridors as well.
Our moving consultants have many years experience in the local, long distance and international moving industry and will greet you in a pleasant manner, provide excellent service and advise you professionally. It is comforting knowing these high-caliber salespeople are competent, knowledgeable and have your best interests in mind. We pride ourselves in the many referrals we receive time and time again. Our solid reputation is built on the thousands of residential and commercial moves we’ve done over the years.
Our friendly movers will effortlessly and professionally transport your household furniture safely and promptly to your destination. We can also provide you with full packing services if needed. JMR Elite Moving and Storage will always ensure that the greatest care is taken when packing and handling your personal belongings. Storage is another option we take care of whether it’s for a week or a year. Our storage facility is climate controlled, secure and clean.
JMR Elite Moving and Storage guarantees you a quick, friendly and professional move. Let JMR Elite be your Montreal Baltimore long distance moving and storage company.
Baltimore City Info:
Baltimore is an independent city located in the U.S. state of Maryland on the eastern coast of the United States of America.
Baltimore became the second leading port of entry for immigrants to the United States during the 1800s. The city is a major U.S. seaport, situated closer to major midwestern markets than any other major seaport on the East Coast.
The city’s geography and history as a working class port town has given it a very distinctive social flavor. The most prominent example is the city’s association with blue crabs. The Chesapeake Bay for years was the East Coast’s main source of blue crabs, and Baltimore became the central hub of the crab industry
Baltimore is noted for its rowhouses. Rowhouses have been a feature of Baltimore architecture since the 1790s, with early examples of the style still standing in the Federal Hill and Fells Point neighborhoods. Older houses may retain some of their original features, such as marble doorsteps, widely considered to be Baltimore icons. They are a popular renovation property in neighborhoods that are undergoing urban renewal.
Baltimore has become a prime city for filming movies and television. Many movies, such as Hairspray, Ladder 49, Serial Mom, Eraser, Enemy of the State, Cry-baby, The Replacements, scenes from True Lies, and the film Hardball, were filmed in Baltimore.
Maryland’s main airport is Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (formerly known as Friendship Airport and recently renamed for former Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall.
Helpful links if you’re moving to Baltimore
The Baltimore City Public School System handles the education for approximately 90,000 of Baltimore’s school children. The Baltimore public school system maintains about 173 schools in all neighborhoods of our city. baltimorecityschools.org
Visit the Babe Ruth or Sports Legends Museums. Have fun at the Sports Plex which hosts a variety of sporting activities for ages 3-1/2 to seniors. Recreation listings for tournaments, camps and special events as well. baltimore.org/see-do/sports
Arts & Culture
Visit the fascinating American Dime Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Industry, the Action Theatre, Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre, Baltimore’s Children’s Theatre or the Baltimore Opera Company. So many venues to experience. baltimore.org/see-do/arts-culture
Port Discovery, the Kid-Powered Museum Created by Walt Disney Imagineering, this unique museum is both fun and educational for the whole family. Lexington Market. Enjoy unusual characters, smells and sights, the hub of commerce and the pleasures of people-watching. American Visionary Art Museum. This official centre for unusual, innovative art. Broken glass mosaics including one of George Washington. baltimore.org/see-do/attractions
Take in Baltimore’s Annual Antique & Classic Boat Festival, the Olympic Memorabilia Show, the Baltimore Blues Festival, the Waterfront Festival or Baltimore’s own Arena for sporting events. baltimore.org/events-exhibitions
Select your own accommodations. Hotel, motel, condo … it’s your call. Choose from the Radisson Hotel, the Tremont Park Hotel, Hyatt Regency, Carousel Resort Hotel and Condos and much more. hotelplanner.com
Restaurants & Dining
Baltimore is best known for its crab cakes and other blue crab delicacies. Local crab houses and seafood restaurants serve up these crab cakes, crab souffles, crab imperial and even soft-shell crab sandwiches and offer other cuisine including rockfish, scallops and oysters. Another popular Baltimore food item is the “chicken box”. A chicken box is a meal consisting of 4 or 5 fried chicken pieces served in a fast food carry out box with some kind of starch as a side (e.g. mashed potatoes, fries, rice, but usually biscuits). baltimore.org
Baltimore’s Suburbs & Regions
Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford, Howard and Queen Anne’s