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"Rob & Brendan were great at working this move, very accommodating. Never took a break." - Bruce W. on 4/30/15
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About Our Company

Since 1993, Casey Movers has been moving customers to and from the Boston, MA - South End area. We offer full-service moving. We securely pad-wrap furniture with heavy mover blankets, can break down furniture free of charge, and move everything and anything: grand pianos, pool tables, unwieldy dressers, grandfather clocks, etc. We are licensed + insured with the DOT & MADPU. As of November 5, 2014, we own two straight trucks, four tractors, and more than two dozen trailers.

We have a full time crew of amazing movers, Class A drivers and helpers.

South End Boston, MA

The South End is a neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts.

The South End lies south of the Back Bay, northwest of South Boston, northeast of Roxbury, north of Dorchester, and southwest of Bay Village. Despite the name, it is not directly south of the center of downtown Boston.

The neighborhood is built upon a former tidal marsh, a part of a larger project of the filling of Boston's Back Bay (north and west of Washington Street) and South Bay (south and east of Washington Street), from the 1830s to the 1870s. Fill was brought in by trains from large trenches of gravel excavated in Needham, Massachusetts. The South End was filled and developed before Back Bay, which was mostly built after the American Civil War. Nineteenth century technology did not allow for driving steel piles into bedrock and instead a system of submerged timbers provided an understructure for most South End buildings. Recent decreases in underground water levels have caused damage to some wood pilings by exposing them to air. A series of monitoring wells have been drilled and the water level is now checked by the Boston Groundwater Trust, and can be adjusted by the introduction of water.

The South End was once bordered to the north and west by the Boston and Providence Railroad, which terminated at the B&P RR Station bordering the Public Garden. The railroad line is now covered by the Southwest Corridor Park and terminates at Back Bay Station. Most of the cross streets in the neighborhood are named after cities and towns served by it or by the Boston and Albany Railroad: Greenwich, Newton, Canton, Dedham, Brookline, Rutland, Concord, Worcester, Springfield, Camden, Maine, Northampton, Sharon, Randolph, Plympton, Stoughton, Waltham, Dover, Chatham, and Wareham.

The primary business thoroughfares of the South End are Columbus Avenue, Tremont and Washington Streets, from West Newton Street to Berkeley Street. Washington Street, the original causeway that connected Roxbury to Boston, experienced considerable reinvestment in the 1990s. The street was once defined by the Washington Street Elevated, an elevated train that was moved to below Southwest Corridor Park in the 1980s. Today Washington is the route of the Silver Line, Boston's first bus rapid transit line. Columbus Avenue, the third main street of the South End, also has numerous restaurants and provides a remarkable straight-line view to the steeple of Park Street Church. Today the modern MBTA Orange Line rapid transit train runs along the partially covered Southwest Corridor, with neighborhood stops at Back Bay (also an MBTA Commuter Rail stop due to its proximity to the Copley Square employment center) and Massachusetts Avenue.


Storage in South End Boston, MA

In need of long-term or short-term storage? We can load up a trailer and lock it inside our secure trailer yard, or offload your belongings into our warehouse storage facility.

Packing Services

Prefer not to lift a finger? No problem: we can pack your valuables for you -- as much or as little as you need us to.

South End Boston Moving Services

We offer free breakdown of furniture, using heavy mover pads to protect your furniture. We can do it all, or just the big stuff! We protect your floors from dirt or scratching.

Casey Movers Moving Reviews

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