Battery Park City Apartment Therapy

Is your Battery Park City apartment not its usual clean and uncluttered self?  Then let our capable lady cleaner-therapists work out all the issues for you!  We are Polish Ladies Cleaning Service, New York’s Original Hometown Polish Maids,℠ and our housekeepers specialize in cheering up dwellings in the doldrums, restoring them to all their natural glory with some good old-fashioned loving care and a heapin’ helpin’ of elbow grease!

Battery Park City was established on landfill — no wonder it’s got issues!  Our expert professionals will come to your home and give it all the appropriate apartment therapy it needs to be its very good-looking and sanitary best for you!  The women of Polish Ladies Cleaning Service are long-time housekeepers who are highly experienced and qualified, the best in the business in an industry that’s otherwise full of hacks, quacks, and fly-by-nights.  But we’re different: we’re family-owned and operated, proudly so for well over the past eighteen years, so you can be sure that no one can ever take as deep a personal interest in your complete satisfaction as we do.  We’re your neighbors!  And that means we provide the truly personal touch that no faceless franchise or anonymous mega-corporation could ever hope to do.

We have a 100% satisfaction guaranteed policy, honest-to-Goodness terms of service that treat you with respect.  Our people provide premium Continental housekeeping services, meaning we do it all: anything and everything a traditional maid would do on fine grand European estates, from running errands to all the other tasks involved in helping to run a large household.  And we bring all this to you at low discount prices for the quality and savings you deserve!

Choose Polish Ladies Cleaning and find out how savvy New York homes stay well-kept.  Look to us and look no further for the industry’s local price and value leader!

Polish Ladies Cleaning Service.  “The Different Cleaning Company.”℠


A Little About Battery Park City, Manhattan

You’d never guess it now with all the gleaming glass residential high-rises and beautifully designed public recreational facilities, but the area now known as Battery Park City used to be just another immigrant neighborhood of Syrian, Greek, and Armenian strivers.  However, most of the land didn’t exist back then, as it was only in the ’70s that long-standing reclamation projects finally came to fruition.  But what marvelous results!  Today’s Battery Park City is an upscale residential district right next to the center of world finance, becoming more and more of a mixed-use community with each passing year: from the sailboats and yachts moored at the North Cove Marina to retail, dining, and cultural amenities — and of course Stuyvesant High School, Gotham’s premier public institution for secondary education — it’s here, with more on the way as the area gets ever more popular.

It’s an amazing testament to the spirit of New York, the very Spirit of America that this neighborhood has come back so fast and so wonderfully diversely, too, given the attack on September 11, 2001.  While nothing compared to the incredibly massive cleanup efforts at Ground Zero, Battery Park City residents had to flee their homes for a long time only to return to a more private devastation.  But in an evocatively fitting rebuttal to the terrorists, all of Lower Manhattan has become more residential, with everyday families rubbing right up against the titans of international high finance, as if citizens were declaring their solidarity with the forces of globalization, the historic shrinking of the world and its many peoples.  For 9/11 was about many things, and one of its most striking characteristics is that an interconnected world holds both promise and growing pains.  In coming back from the brink of catastrophe, locals chose to defeat the terrorists by ignoring them — the best revenge being simply doing well!

Easier said than done, of course, but it is safe to say that after well over a decade, Battery Park City has not only recovered but gone on to be a place that’s even more than its original visionaries could have hoped for it.