Moving Companies in Arlington, Virginia
Moving from Arlington
Arlington, Virginia, is a large city located about 20 minutes from the nation’s capital. Despite its small size (26 square miles) the city is where a number of prominent federal government departments and buildings are located — namely the Department of Defense (The Pentagon). Arlington also has a number of vibrant, stable neighborhoods, quality schools and a good quality of life. It’s been a wonderful place for your family to call home, but if it’s time to move, let U-Pack help! We have over 230 service centers across the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, including 11 in the Virginia area.
U-Pack can save you money on your move because you’ll be able to do a little of the work yourself. You pack and load your belongings, and we’ll handle the transportation. It’s an easy and affordable way to move! Get a free moving quote to check rates.
Fun Facts about Arlington
Did you know these interesting things about the Arlington area?
- The Pentagon, (the headquarters for the United States Department of Defense), at 6,500-square feet, is the largest office building in the world. More than 23,000 military and civilian employees work there. The building has six zip codes and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a Historical Landmark.
- Arlington residents are among the most educated in the nation, with more than 70 percent of the population holding at least a bachelor’s degree.
- The D.C./Arlington area is a great place to live for sports fans! The area is home to a number of professional sports teams, including the NFL’s Redskins, MLB’s Nationals and Orioles, the NBA’s Wizards, the WNBA’s Mystics, the MLS’s D.C. United and the NHL’s Capitals. Collegiately, the Georgetown Hoyas and Maryland Terrapins compete in the area.
- The city is the birthplace of the internet! In 1969, the Defense Department Advanced Research Projects Agency built and established the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), which is considered the earliest technical foundation of what is now known as the internet. ARPANET expanded over the years, but was eventually decommissioned in 1989.
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