Civic Center Family Maid

Manhattan’s Civic Center is not just for government business anymore, what with all the buildings being converted into luxury residences, and Polish Ladies Cleaning Service stands ready to provide our famous premium housekeeping at affordable prices — just like we’ve been doing for all the finest addresses throughout New York City and Long Island these past nineteen years…and counting!

And as a local small family-owned and operated business, we know just the kind of maids you’d like for your family.  Our ladies are strong independent women who know what to do and how to do it properly, every time.  They are conscientious and most of all, loyal.  Trustworthy.  Expertise, dedication, and discretion have never been so artfully combined!

And so affordably, too.  After all, you need to feel comfortable with who you invite into your home — and you need to balance the household budget as well!  Which is why we are proud to be the local value leaders when it comes to bang-for-the-buck quality and savings.  Cleaning is a tough business, and there’s no way we’d have stayed in business for almost two decades now without providing true lasting value to one and all!

Give us a call or drop us a line whenever you need detailed cleaning done right for your Civic Center residence.  Have a business yourself in the neighborhood?  Then let us have at it: we have cleaned most every kind of operation imaginable, from animal shelters and medical clinics to car dealerships, industrial facilities, retail establishments, and of course office environments.  No matter what you need, we can provide it — on-time, on-spec, and on-budget!

Polish Ladies Cleaning Service.  “The Family Cleaning Business”℠ you can turn to “For Grime, Slime, and Anything Else That Rhymes!”℠


A Little About the Civic Center, Manhattan

True to its name, the Civic Center hosts City Hall, police headquarters, and any number of courthouses state and federal in addition to local municipal ones.  In fact, such institutions predominate by far.  But residents have been making the neighborhood home in the years right before 9/11, and the changes have only accelerated ever since, with developers of shiny new luxury apartment buildings spilling over from nearby areas like Chinatown and even the Financial District.

There’s not much they can do, of course, given all the governmental institutions that abound, most of which don’t look like they’re going anywhere anytime soon.  And so it is that a lot of former newspaper buildings — the Civic Center was a hub of journalism at the turn of the last century — and other offices have been converted, slowly but surely, into living space for the few who not only like living in Manhattan, but at its very political and administrative heart!

There’s a lot of history here, too: on account of its central location, it’s taken center stage in many city and even national and international affairs, playing pivotal roles in everything from industry and commerce to the aforementioned field of journalism.  Soldiers’ barracks were located here once, as was the largest African cemetery in the world.  And in common with other civic centers the world over, entertainment and retail options abound, especially in neighboring communities like TriBeCa.