Two Bridges Domestic Help

Does living in Two Bridges, Manhattan make you feel ignored sometimes?  Do people ask, “Two Bridges, Where??” when you need services at your address?

Just contact us and we’ll come straight away to your residence and provide our famous (eighteen years and counting!) premium housekeeping services and get your Two Bridges apartment or townhouse in order!

We’re the good, good old-fashioned maids and janitors of Polish Ladies Cleaning Service, proudly family-owned and operated for that truly personal touch no faceless franchise or anonymous corporation could ever provide.  Housekeepers of many several years’ good standing to the finest homes throughout New York City and Long Island, we’ve been fortunate to carve a niche for ourselves as Gotham’s original hometown maids, doing it all affordably!

With Polish Ladies Cleaning Service, you’ll never get a “that’s not my job” from us.  Unlike other companies, we do whatever it takes to get the job done right, right away — the first time around!  That’s because as a local small business, our customers are literally our neighbors — people just like you, fellow New Yorkers who love this town and its residents.  Our diverse clientele speaks to our high qualifications and long experience, serving as we do everyone from homes and businesses to churches, government agencies, and other non-profit institutions.  We’re really “Gotham’s Got-To Go-To for Cleaning Second to None!”℠

Polish Ladies Cleaning Service.  We Know Cleaning — and We Know Two Bridges.℠


A Little About Two Bridges, Manhattan

One of New York County’s newest coined and littlest known nabes, Two Bridges, Manhattan lies between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges — naturally.  Actually, the name can be traced to an eponymous early postwar neighborhood council, but widespread usage seems to have generally been of more recent vintage, and even now it’s not on many a tourist map.  Which is a little odd, considering the world-famous South Street Seaport is within easy walking distance next-door in the Financial District!

Still a mostly working-class area, today’s Two Bridges has managed to stave off most of the creeping gentrification of nearby nabes, though gleaming new towers arise here, too, among those of yesteryear’s many public housing projects.  Two Bridges also hosts what some label Manhattan’s New Chinatown, or Little Fuzhou, an immigrant community from the storied South China province facing the island of Taiwan.  Hispanics of most Puerto Rican background dominate the neighborhood, though a holdover Jewish and Italian presence remain to help welcome Two Bridges’ newest arrivals: American transplants from points outside the city!