Moishe's Moving's inception in 1983 began with one man with one van and grew from there. By 1990, it had become the largest independent moving company in New York City. By 1995, they were the largest in the entire tri-state area. Today, they operate from regional offices across the country with hundreds of employees.
Today, Moishe’s Moving is a NY institution with Moishe Mana owning a conglomerate of 15 companies.
Over time Moishe's enthusiasm grew to develop creative communities or village that cater to artist, their work and the people who support their efforts. Mana's first effort was to pioneer the development of NYC's Meatpacking District in 1995, where he opened Milk Studios, today Milk has become a cultural hub in the worlds of Fashion, Media and lifestyle. In 2010, Moishe Mana purchased many of the large wharehouse district in Jersey City where the Mana Contempory Art complex now has hits headquarters, artist residency galleries and work studios. In addition, Mana Contempory has grown into a state of the art, storage facility for premier art foundations, such as the Guggenheim, Moma and New Museum, including several notable galleries and private collections.
In an effort to expand on his passion of developing urban environments into "creative villages", Mana saw a great
opportunity in the Wynwood area of Miami beach. This thriving artist area is very similar to that of the Meat Packing
District in NYC and is now positioned to become the creative mecca of the future. Mana Wynwood encompasses
over 100 buildings and has a combined sq footage of over 1 million sq ft.