Delray Beach, located in Palm Beach County, Florida, is a small, but lively city between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. If you are planning a move to the great state of Florida or are making an in-state or in-city relocation, Halls Local Movers in Delray Beach is the team you need. Those who have chosen to live in Delray Beach have made an excellent decision because our little coastal town has all the bells and whistles you could ask for, and more.
Allow us to explain.
Delray Beach's Downtown Features
Recently, Delray Beach was named "The Most Fun Small Town in America." Sports, wine tastings, cultural experiences, festivals, the art scene, and much more are awaiting you in Delray Beach. And something new is added ongoingly.
This downtown area is filled with restaurants of every kind, shopping opportunities, art galleries, placed along brick-paved passageways and lined with palm trees. Just a few of its tantalizing and exciting shops and galleries include:
- Old School Square Center for the Arts
- The Office - a Modern American Gastro Pub
- Old School Square Crest Theater located in the old Delray High School Building built in 1925
- Racks Fish House and Oyster Bar
- ITSUGAR Sweet Shop
- The Colony Hotel
- Spice Global Accessory and Lifestyle Boutique
- Whole Green Cafe
Beachside, as the name implies, is the place to spend a day on the beach. Surrounded by day spas, luxurious shops, assorted restaurants of every description, and a nearby Ben & Jerry's; who could ask for anything more?
Pineapple Grove Arts District boasts a surf and skate shop, a holistic health massage salon, the Coffee District Cafe & Wine Bar, the neighborhood hangout, 3RD & 3RD, Old School Square Park, and Yamam Japanese Restaurant, to name but a few.
SOFA (South of Atlantic) is another of the city's fascinating neighborhoods. In SOFA, you can find Juice Papi, the Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers, Interior Design South, the Delray Beach Children's Garden (created to assist children in developing their love of nature), Delray Aerial Yoga, and a Fred Astaire Dance Studio.
The Set (West Atlantic) was once the location of fertile land but grew into a family-style farming community that was incorporated into Delray Beach in 1927. Formerly called West Settlers, the district is now known as The Set. It is a diverse neighborhood like no other and is rich in history and opportunity. There you will discover Studio 404 Frozen Bar & Cafe, Tony's Market and Deli, the Delray Beach Public Library, Doughnut Works, Delray Beach Parks & Recreation, Spady Museum - Williams Cottage, the early 1900s restored cottage that can be rented for events, and the Yaxche Tearoom.
US1 is located on Northbound and Southbound Federal Highway/US1 from SE 10th to NE 8th Street. There you will find widened paver sidewalks, beautiful landscaping, and vintage street lights. You will also be able to visit the Corner Porch, for appetizers, craft cocktails, and music. While there, consider visiting 21 Drops ( essential oils shop), Excentricities (home decor), Juicebuzz Market and Juicery, or Death or Glory restaurant, where you are welcome to eat, drink, and chill.
Delray Beach Tennis Center has tennis pros who bring dozens of years of experience to its courts. Each year, Delray Beach Tennis Center hosts the Delray Beach Open. It is also the location of the world's only ATP Champions Tour Event and the ATP World Tour Event that features tennis legends and top-ranked ATP players.
Hooray for the Arts
Housed in the now restored Delray Elementary School building, built in 1913, the Cornell Art Museum is another one of Delray Beach's big surprises. The museum takes great pride in showing nationally and internationally acclaimed artists and showcase provocative and innovative works. In the hope of fostering creativity and inspiring imagination, the museum brings artwork that is exciting and culturally relevant to Delray Beach.
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens celebrate the beauty of nature and the cycles of regeneration that surround us all. After roaming through the gardens, of which there are six, you can visit the indoor galleries; relax at the Cornell Cafe; browse the Morikami Museum Store, or create a membership account.
If you love vintage pinball machines, you are going to go gaga over the Silverball Museum. There you can view pinball machines from practically every era. These machines date back to the 1930s. The museum is open on Sundays through Thursdays from 11 AM to 2 AM and on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 AM to 2 AM. Be ready for a good time.
As if the sun, ocean, and beaches are not enough, the Wakodahatchee Wetlands is a nature lovers dream. The area is accessible using a lovely boardwalk, and as they walk, visitors see alligators, birds of all kinds, turtles, ducks, and other wildlife, as well. This venue is an excellent place to take photographs, hike, and learn more about the Florida Everglades. The boardwalk is wheelchair accessible and has many places to rest as you walk through the scenic route.
Halls Local Movers, Delray Beach, Florida
Now is the time to decide on who you will hire to get you into your new residence in Delray Beach. There are several moving companies in this area, but there is only one service that insists on making its customers its top priority. That's Halls Local Movers of Delray Beach. We specialize in:
We are family-owned and operated, and we serve Boca Raton, Coral Springs, Deerfield Beach, Parkland, West Palm Beach, and, as you have seen, Delray Beach. We can move your home; we can transport your business, and we can ensure that your possessions arrive in the same state as when we packed them, and ship to the correct address. We also offer insurance and a variety of shipping methods to adapt to your needs and budget.
If you are in need of the best in local moving, you will find what you are searching for when you contact Halls Local Movers. Remember, you get the best service when you hire the best team.