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A trendy neighborhood, home to countless art galleries and the High Line.
A world unto its own, Chinatown offers cheap eats, open-air markets, and plenty of character.
Youthful and independent in spirit, this unique neighborhood has a plethora of hip local businesses and cozy dining options.
The oldest section of New York City still serves as the world’s financial hub, and offers historic streets and a vibrant waterfront to explore.
Mixing grand architecture with vibrant urban parks, this neighborhood also boasts great restaurants.
Classic bohemian charm and beautiful town homes make this one of the city's most alluring neighborhoods.
Historic and bursting with old-school pride, beautiful brownstones, and new developments on the rise.
Just steps from Times Square, this neighborhood has numerous dining options and a local feel.
Colorful and lively, this iconic neighborhood attracts visitors in droves.
Lower East Side
Tucked away amid blocks and blocks of immigrant history is one of the hippest neighborhoods in the city.
The heart of Manhattan, where famous architecture and modern skyscrapers converge.
Laid-back yet trendy, this neighborhood seamlessly blends together sidewalk cafes and hip boutiques.
This fashionable neighborhood is packed with an array of high-end shopping options, and the world’s most beautiful cast-iron architecture.
Times Square / Theater District
The "crossroads of the world" is always buzzing with bright lights, shopping, and entertainment.
A popular place with locals, thanks to its excellent housing stock and nice neighborhood vibe.
Upper East Side
World-class cultural institutions, famous addresses like Madison and Park Avenues, and easy access to Central Park.
Upper West Side
A bucolic setting between the Hudson River and Central Park makes this one of the most relaxing areas in the city.
Wandering the narrow, tree-lined streets of this historic district brings charming architectural delights around every corner.