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  • manhaManhattan Beach Moving Company, Manhattan Beach  Mover. WEST COAST RELOCATION MOVERS services  ALL AREAS in Manhattan, CA.  West Coast Relocation Local and Long Distance Moving Company offers a Full-Service moving, packing and storage service. We provide a range of your moving needs. From packing to disassembling your goods pick West Coast Relocation Movers that has been around for over 25 years.  If you have commercial  needs like moving your offices or need to move out of state we can provide an affordable, stress-free moving experience.  Look no further your Orange County Movers are ready to give you a free quote  and provide you with the five star service you deserve.  You can count on one of the best movers here in Southern California.

    Fun Facts from Wiki: Manhattan Beach is a small coastal city located in southwestern Los Angeles County, California, USA. The city is on thePacific coast, south of El Segundo, and north of Hermosa Beach. Manhattan Beach is one of the three Beach Cities that make up the South Bay. Known for its ideal weather and world-class beaches, Manhattan Beach has become a highly desirable city to call home. Its homes cost upwards of 1 million dollars. Manhattan Beach is known for its excellent school system, including its one public high school, Mira Costa High School, which was recently ranked in the top 1%[9] of high schools nationally.  In 1863, a Scottish immigrant, Sir Robert Burnett, purchased Rancho Sausal Redondo and Rancho Aguaje de la Centinelafrom Avila‘s heirs for $33,000. Ten years later in 1873, Burnett leased the ranch to a Canadian, Daniel Freeman (not the American Daniel Freeman, who was the first to file a claim under the Homestead Act of 1862). Burnett returned to Scotland. Freeman moved his wife and three children onto the ranch and started growing various crops. On May 4, 1885 Freeman bought the ranch from Burnett for $140,000. George H. Peck owned a lot of the land that became part of the north section of Manhattan Beach. A coin flip decided the town’s name. Around 1902, the beach suburb was named “Manhattan” after developer Stewart Merrill’s home, the New York City borough of Manhattan. “Beach” was appended to the city’s name in 1927 at the behest of the postmaster.[10] The land in Manhattan Beach was formerly sand dunes. During the 1920s and 1930s, builders leveled uneven sandy sites and some excess sand was sold and shipped to Waikiki, Hawaii, to convert their reef and rock beach into a sandy beach. The sand was also used to build the Los Angeles Coliseum and portions of the Pacific Coast Highway.

     

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