Located in the western San Gabriel Valley, the Los Angeles County city of Alhambra is situated approximately 8 miles from downtown LA, and has a population of about 83,000.
Originally dubbed “the city of homes”, Alhambra is home to many designated historic neighborhoods, making it one of the most architecturally unique cities in the county.
With a mix of new sprinkled in with the old, Alhambra’s neighborhoods boast a variety of home styles, including Craftsman, Italian Beaux-Arts, Spanish Mediterranean, Spanish Colonial, and Arts and Crafts in addition to newly built commercial centers and apartment complexes.
From international restaurants and markets to special events and an active nightlife, Alhambra is a popular California destination for people from every culture and walk of life.
If you’re moving in — or out — of an Alhambra neighborhood, choosing the right moving company is important. Next Moving has experience with hundreds of moves in every corner of the city and every type of building, and we’d love to help you with your move.
For a free quote, and to learn why we’re the moving company Alhambra residents prefer, call us.
Expert Movers in All Alhambra Neighborhoods
As Alhambra movers, it’s our job to know the nuances of every neighborhood in the area. Not only are we familiar with the streets of Alhambra, but we are well aware of the unique moving challenges present within each neighborhood.
We’ve executed moves in every neighborhood in Alhambra, including these:
- Stoneman: With historic architecture, most of it built before 1939, Stoneman is an architecturally interesting neighborhood. Stoneman is densely urban, but oddly enough has a high vacancy rate, so if you’re moving here it’s likely that you’ll see some empty homes and apartments near you.
- Sierra Vista: Known as a walkable and friendly neighborhood, Sierra Vista is also known for heavy traffic. Popular among young professionals, the streets are vibrant and bustling, but most commuters spend between 30-45 minutes in one-way traffic.
- Shorb: A popular neighborhood for college students, the excitement level fluctuates based on the school seasons, but one thing that stands out is how safe the neighborhood is. Shorb is home to a mix of people of all cultures and occupations, and the array of languages spoken is as diverse as the community itself.