Washington, D.C.

It would be our pleasure at JMR Express Moving and Storage to take care of your Washington long distance move.

For over 35 years, JMR Express has built a customer base that is extremely satisfied with our local and long distance moves. We pride ourselves in all the referrals we attain from these customers. Our international moving specialist would be more than happy to assist you in your North American and overseas move as well.

Our moving consultants have many years experience in the moving industry and will greet you in a pleasant manner, provide excellent service and always advise you, keeping your requirements a priority. 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 Express 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 Express Moving and Storage guarantees you a quick, friendly and professional move. Let JMR Express be your Montreal Washington long distance moving and storage company.

Washington, DC Info:
Washington, D.C. is the capital city of the United States. “D.C.” stands for the District of Columbia, the federal district coextensive with the city of Washington. The city is named after George Washington, military leader of the American Revolution and the first President of the United States.

The presence of many major government agencies, including the Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, and the Food and Drug Administration, has led to business development both in the District itself as well as in the suburbs of northern Virginia and Maryland.

As host to over 180 embassies and hundreds of international organizations, Washington, D.C. has a substantial population of foreign residents. There are also many students from abroad studying at the local universities and colleges. This adds a cosmopolitan flavor to the city.

Washington is a major national center for the arts with numerous national landmarks and many venues for the performing arts in the city. Arena Stage, one of the first not-for-profit regional theaters in the nation, is rich with history and produces an eight-show season ranging from classics to world premieres.

Helpful links if you’re moving to Washington, D.C.

Universities, high schools, middle and elementary schools, trade schools, music schools… every learning institute you could possibly imagine. Visit this site

Washington is home to major-league basketball, baseball, pro hockey, soccer, and college sports. Join organized sports, bicycling, bowling, the Frisbee club or the Rugby Renegades. december.com

Arts & Culture
The world famous Smithsonian Institution is located in the District. The Smithsonian today is a collection of museums that includes the Anacostia Museum, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Hirshhorn Museum and the National Air and Space Museum to name a few. si.edu

Special Attractions
There are many wonderful sites to take in. Visit the Arena Stage, Chinatown, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Blair House, Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, Folger Shakespeare Library, Ford’s Theatre, Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, International Spy Museum, National Building Museum and the Washington National Cathedral. washington.org

Notable local music clubs include Madam’s Organ Blues Bar in Adams Morgan; Blues Alley in Georgetown; the Eighteenth Street Lounge in the Dupont Circle district; and the Black Cat, the 9:30 Club, and the Bohemian Caverns jazz club, all in the U Street NW area. The U Street area actually contains more than two dozen bars, clubs, and restaurants that feature jazz either nightly or several times a week. Visit this site

Stay at the luxurious Crowne Plaza, Wardman Park Mariott, or moderately priced George Washington Inn or Melrose Hotels. On a budget? No problem. Book your reservation to the Phoenix Park Hotel or Carlyle Hotel. Visit this site

Restaurants & Dining
Savour belly-warming Southern Louisiana-style cooking at the Acadiana Restaurant with the finest of seafood and premium meats. Perhaps you’d prefer the Banana Café. This brightly colored island oasis has a reputation for excellent, reasonably priced Cuban and Puerto Rican fare and mouth-watering mango margaritas. At the Capitol Hill Tandoor & Grill, food lovers will tickle your taste buds. This paradise for Indian and Pakistani food lovers offers tandoori chicken and curry chicken dishes, creamy curried beans, lamb dishes, fresh salads and more. Visit this site

Washington, D.C.’s Suburbs & Regions
Annapolis, Baltimore City, Bel Air, Catonsville, Clarksville, Columbia, Crofton, Eldersburg, Elkridge, Elkton, Ellicott City, Finksburg, Glen Burnie, Hampstead, Hunt Valley, Lutherville-Timonium, Odenton, Owings Mills, Parkville, Pasadena, Perry Hall, Phoenix, Pikesville, Reisterstown, Rosedale, Severna Park, Sykesville, Taneytown, Towson, Westminister, White Marsh