Translation Services in New York, New York: Local Translation Services in the New York area.
415 Madison Avenue 15th floor, New York, NY 10017, US
Phone #: 2125376123
New York is one of the largest cities in the world, and consists of a diverse array of languages and cultures. Day Translations is the ideal language translation company to help all of the businesses and individuals in New York City with their translations. Wherever it may be—Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, or anywhere else in New York—we can deliver certified translations, corporate translations, and legal translations, among others, via post, email, fax, or even in person, at the time that you need them.
Business success in the Big Apple and its boroughs
In a world center of finance and cultural diversity, the professional translation services of Day Translations have become an essential asset for local New York businesses seeking success in a multicultural city. Day Translations works in partnership with New York’s top businesses, as we always deliver on our commitment to world-class service, regardless of whether it is for a Russian, Chinese, Arabic, or Vietnamese translation.
For the translation of documents, please use any of the following ways to contact us:
1. Our online form below is the easiest and fastest option to submit your documents, and we will send you a price quote within 15 minutes.
2. You can email your scanned documents to us at: email@example.com.
3. You can fax your documents toll free to: 1-800-856-2759.
4. You can mail you documents to our New York office at the following address:
Day Translations, Inc.
415 Madison Ave. 15th floor, New York, NY 10017
5. Your documents can be picked up from any location in New York, or you can drop them off at our New York office on Madison Avenue.
We don’t keep you waiting
Our company policy ensures that you will receive the hard copy of the certified translation within 1 day—if you do not require certification, the translated documents can be emailed or faxed to you. However, our customer service doesn’t end with your payment, as all translations are guaranteed for the duration of their use!
Please note: We DO NOT receive original documents, as a copy is sufficient. Also, if you decide to personally submit the documents at our office, please notify us in advance by email, or give us a call on 212-537-6123, so that we can make sure that your transaction is handled with excellence.
Try our service now, as we are always available!
Why Day Translations is New York’s best local translation service
Day Translations is a professional translation service that is dedicated to the provision of quick, accurate, and outstanding translation services in the New York area. In addition to obtaining your free quote, we encourage you to contact us for more information about our company, as we combine global coverage with large professional teams of accredited translators—for all languages, in any country.
As a corporate member of the American Translators Association (ATA) and the New York Circle of Translators, Inc. (NYCT), we guarantee that all documents will be perfectly translated, confidential, and delivered according to deadline—the size of the translation is not an issue. At Day Translations New York, our local team of highly trained and experienced translators never disappoints.
- ABOUT NEW YORK
New York City is famous for being one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities. It is a leading city, exerting worldwide a powerful influence as a global hub of international business, commerce and much more. New York is home to many diverse communities, cultures and ethnic groups. In 2005, nearly 170 languages were spoken in the city and 36% of its population was born outside the United States. Therefore, professional translation and interpreting services play a major role.
Many international companies have already chosen for New York as their business destination. If you are planning to do likewise and you don’t speak American English yourself, we are glad to translate your vision into reality and bring to you the finest and most accurate American English language translations.
Translation of your documents guarantees that you are reaching those individuals directly and professionally in a language they can relate to. Using our translation services, you are improving customer satisfaction, enhancing customer access to your products and services, and increasing sales all at the same time.
At Day Translations, we are here to help you accomplish all of your translation and localization needs. We invite you to explore the many opportunities our company has to offer. We are sure you will not only discover a wealth of services but an unbeatable professionalism, customer care, and individualized translation solutions that are perfect for your business needs. We guarantee full satisfaction and accuracy of any translation.
1. Lower Manhattan and Battery Park City
4. West and Central Village
5. East Village
6. Lower East Side
7. Nolita and Noho
8. Gramercy Park and Murray Hill
10. Midtown East and Sutton Place
11. Midtown West and Hell’s Kitchen
12. Upper East Side
13. Upper West Side
14. Morningside Heights
16. Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights
17. Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill
18. Boerum Hill and Carroll Gardens
19. Red Hook
21. Fort Greene and Clinton Hill
22. Park Slope
23. Beyond the Slope
24. Williamsburg and Greenpoint
25. Astoria and Long Island City
- INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT NEW YORK
- Dutch explorer Peter Minuit purchased the island of Manhattan (really its southern tip) from the Algonquin tribe for trinkets and tools worth about $24.
- New York City was the U.S. capital from 1789 to 1790.
- More than 47 percent of New York City’s residents over the age of 5 speak a language other than English at home.
- In 2007, 46 million international and domestic visitors came to New York City. They spent approximately $28 billion while there. Approximately 790,000 companies operate in New York City.
In the 1660s New York City’s “skyline” was dominated by a two-story-high windmill.
- When the Dutch still controlled the region, Wall Street was the city limit and there was actually a wall there.
- Cleopatra’s Needle, a 3,000-year-old Egyptian ruin, can actually be found in New York’s Central Park. In 1879 it was given to the city as a gift by the Khedive of Egypt. The 220-ton, 66-foot-high monument took a decade to be fully transported.
- The “New York Post” established in 1803 by Alexander Hamilton is the oldest running newspaper in the United States.
- The term “The Big Apple” was coined by touring jazz musicians of the 1930s who used the slang expression “apple” for any town or city. Therefore, to play New York City is to play the big time—The Big Apple.
- THINGS TO DO, PLACES TO VISIT IN NEW YORK:
- Ellis Island is where it all began, and now with the New York Pass you can visit it completely free, you will also receive a free ferry ride to the Island and the Statue of Liberty.
- The Empire State Building: icon of New York City since 1931, has been featured in thousands of movies and welcomes visitors from all over the world.
- Broadway: the most famous theater district in the world.
Not far from The Empire State Building you will find Madame Tussaud’s wax museum.
- Ground Zero Museum Workshop: Ground Zero Museum Workshop: “Images & Artifacts from the Recovery.” Stunning Images by Official Ground Zero Photographer Gary Marlon Suson. Known as the “Biggest LITTLE Museum in New York.
The Cathedral of St. John the Divine, the world’s largest cathedral.
- Central Park: great place for a stroll. You can start anywhere you’d like.Just walk in at 59th and wander in. Check out the local artists and their wares.
- Metropolitan Museum of Art: the Metropolitan Museum of Art is the largest encyclopedic art museum in the world under a single roof. Art from all periods and cultures is displayed.
- Rockefeller Center: Rockefeller Center, home to the Top of the Rock Observation Deck, offers shopping, dining and attractions. The attractions include the NBC Studio Tour and the Rink at Rockefeller Center.
- Billy Elliot the Musical: Billy Elliot The Musical is the new show that has captured Broadway’s heart and received the best reviews for any musical in years. Called “extraordinarily uplifting” by Time Out New York and “intoxicating” by The New York Times, Billy Elliot is a joyous, exciting and feel-good celebration of one boy following his heart and making his dreams come true.
- The Cloisters: branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art that was constructed out of sections of French medieval monasteries, offers an extensive collection of statues, paintings, stained glass windows and tapestries.
- Grand Central Terminal: opened in 1913, and one of America’s busiest terminals, Grand Central boasts a wide array of shops and restaurants to serve the more than 500,000 travelers who pass through every day.
- American Museum of Natural History: for 125 years, the American Museum of Natural History has been one of the world’s preeminent science and research institutions, renowned for its collections and exhibitions that illuminate millions of years of the earth’s evolution, from the birth of the planet through the present day.
- International Center of Photography: founded in 1974, the International Center of Photography (ICP) is both a museum and one of the largest schools of photography in the world.
- The Morgan Library: is both a museum and a center for scholarly research. Among the world’s greatest treasuries of seminal artistic, literary, musical, and historical works, the Library’s renowned collection of rare books, manuscripts, and drawings have as their principal focus the history, art, and literature of Western civilization from the Middle Ages to the twentieth century.
- Central Park Zoo and many other great places.