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Metropolitan Moving & Storage Expands with Move to New, Consolidated Laurel, Md. Headquarters

As we've grown over the past several years, the need to quickly load and unload multiple trucks and have easy access to major highways was an enhancing necessity," said Jonathan Neal, President and CEO of Metropolitan Moving & Storage. "This new facility not only puts us in prime location for efficiency to our customers, while consolidating our internal functions of office and warehouse, but also significantly increases our agility and available storage space. Download Full Press Resease



Movers on the Move - The Connection

Potomac resident Jonathan Neal, president of Metropolitan Moving & Storage, has been on the move for years.#He was a star lacrosse player at Georgetown Prep and earned a full lacrosse scholarship to Loyola in Baltimore. After graduating from college in 2002, he hung up his lacrosse stick and stepped into another field prompted by the words from his parents, "Let's move on.". Full Article



Montgomery native goes extra mile for moving clients
The Gazette

Jonathan Neal was not long out of college when he and partner Robert Bistle started Rockville-based Metropolitan Moving & Storage. At age 24, Neal sensed there was a better way to run a moving business while working for a Silver Spring moving company about a decade ago. Full Article



Smooth moves, with experts' help
The Washington Post

Whether you're getting ready to downsize to a smaller house or upgrade to a larger one, you'll need some time to organize your current property and prepare it for staging and selling and for your eventual move. While many homeowners opt to handle most of this work themselves, others find professional help makes the process easier. Full Article



More Recognition for Metropolitan Moving & Storage in 2013

Metropolitan Moving & Storage is proud to announce our recent recognition as an INC. 5000 company.
We rank # 3495 of the fastest-growing 5000 businesses in the US, and more impressively: In The Top 100 in Maryland and Top 30 in Montgomery County.

Metropolitan would like to thank all of our customers and loyal supporters who have made our growth possible. We will continue to strive to execute flawless moves with exceptional customer service, and hopefully make this list for years to come.



Metropolitan President Jonathan Neal is recently elected to the board of directors at Stepping Stones Homeless Shelter in Rockville, MD

Stepping Stones has been providing emergency shelter services for homeless families since 1979. In October 2009, Stepping Stones joined with the County to change their emergency shelter into an emergency/assessment shelter, in support of efforts to rapidly place homeless families in housing. Stepping Stones can house up to 6 families at a time, and serves any configuration of homeless families with children including, but not limited to, single mothers or single fathers with children, two-parent families with children and grandparents raising their grandchildren. The Shelter provides food, clothing, shelter, support services, and educational programming (focus on housing, employment, and financial literacy) for these families while they are at the Shelter. For more information please visit


L&F Helping Hands

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The Gaithersburg/N. Potomac office, Montgomery County region, once again worked with The Dwelling Place to assist a family as they transition to a home. Through generous donations from clients as well as their agents, they completely furnished a 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment for a mother and her 2 small children. From furniture to linens, dishes, pots and pans, silverware and even bikes for the children, everything was ready for the family's arrival thanks to their hard-working agents and the assistance of our Home Service Connections partner, Metropolitan Moving & Storage who stored and transported furniture to them.

We appreciate your support of the Long & Foster's Community Service Day!




The Best of Bethesda - January 2011

Jorge Guerra

Bethesda Magazine | People Watcher




Metropolitan employee saved at least 5 children
involved in I-270 bus crash.

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