Upper East Side Apartment Cleaner
The Upper East Side is one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in all of New York City, which is why we are one of its most familiar purveyors of fine household services fit for only the very best homes. Ask around and you will find that Polish Ladies Cleaning Service is on the job, cleaning the apartments and townhouses of one of Gotham’s most iconic neighborhoods most any day of the week. Inquire further and it becomes clear that our old-fashioned, Old World dedication to traditional European-style housekeeping is what distinguishes us from an ever-increasingly crowded field of competitors.
PLCS for the UES
In our second-generation with over eighteen years and counting as a small local family-owned and operated business, Polish Ladies Cleaning Service specializes in the truly personal touch. The vast majority of our Upper East Side clients have been with us for years, and we are proud to be an integral part of their household operations. Like the maids of fine homes in Europe would traditionally do, our women provide much, much more beyond routine dusting and sweeping. We take care of the laundry, can even help mind your elderly, and in general run just about any errand.
Truly no task is too small or too much for our capable people. As the original Polish maid service of New York City and Long Island,℠ we’ve been blessed to be a trusted part of the select homes we serve. Contact us to find out how we can help in your household.
A Little About the Upper East Side, Manhattan
Lenox Hill, Carnegie Hill…Yorkville: today’s über-affluent Upper East Side bears practically no resemblance to the storied ethnic enclave of yesteryear. And, speaking of Carnegie Hill, gentrification has now pushed the perceived boundaries of the Upper East Side into adjacent Spanish Harlem, resulting in the new realtor-coined Upper Carnegie Hill area. But it’s all well-to-do upper-income buildings now, upscale eateries and services like dog grooming and canine day care whatever else local historians may remember or neighborhood labels may suggest. In common with other well-to-do places about town, good old-fashioned movie theaters still cater to excited crowds, especially on the weekends, and tourists throng Museum Mile — especially on the weekends.
Speaking of tourists, a number of foreign embassies are situated here: India, Bulgaria, Indonesia, Austria, France, and one of two Greek consulates general. And speaking of other countries, all the biggest ethnic pride parades in the city march here, down Fifth Avenue. Other notable neighborhood landmarks include Hunter College, Rockefeller University, New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s Weill Cornell campus, and the Bobby Wagner Walk along the East River. An aerial tramway provides access into and out of Manhattan borough while offering some of the most iconic panoramas available anywhere in Gotham.
But of course, with so much already going on within easy walking distance (and there are any number of trains and buses, not to mention taxi cabs), there’s little reason to leave: libraries, bookstores, bars, cafés…if you don’t find it here, it probably doesn’t exist!