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Battery Park City

Boundaries: Vesey St. to Canal St.; Broadway to Hudson River.

This 92-acre planned community boasts lush grennery and scenic views of the Hudson River. Large rental buildings and condo buildings are suited with luxury services and in-house amenities. Battery Park City serves as a meaningful oasis from the city's hustle and bustle.

Neighborhood Features: Financial institutions and government facilities. Outdoor recreational areas such as Battery Park and laid back dining by the South Street Seaport. This area offers alternative transportation to New Jersey and Staten Island from the Battery Park Ferry Terminal.

Rector St. | R to Whitehall St.-South Ferry | R to Rector St. | R to Cortlandt St. | E to World Trade Center | A,C to Chambers St. | 2,3 to Park Place | 1,2,3 to Chambers St.

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Carnegie Hill

Boundaries: 86th to 98th Streets; Fifth Avenue to Lexington Avenue

Neighborhood Features: Excellent private schools such as Dalton, St. David's, Spence and Nightingale-Bamford; outdoor recreation at Central Park; boutique shopping along Madison Avenue; Museum Mile along Fifth Avenue with art institutions such as Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim; specialty food stores are abundant as well as conveniences such as drug stores, delis, supermarkets and dry cleaners.

Subways: 4,5,6 to 86th St. | 6 to 96th St.

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Chelsea

Boundaries: 14th St. to 29th St.; Broadway to Hudson River.

Contemporary culture married to convenience in one of the City’s most sought after areas. Apartments in this neighborhood feature many high-rise buildings, lovely brownstones, walk-ups, and converted warehouse lofts. Chelsea is Manhattan’s hippest destination for nightlife, fashion, art, design, fine dining, and progressive culture.

Neighborhood Features: Recreational areas such as Chelsea Piers and the High Line; shopping along 6th avenue and the Chelsea Market; numerous galleries, revolutionary performance venues, and cutting edge restaurants.

Subways: L,N,Q,R,4,5,6, to 14th St. - Union Square | N,R to 23rd St. | N,R to 28th St. | F,M, to 14th St. | F,M to 23rd St. | L to 6 Ave. | 1,2,3 to 14th St. | 1 to 18th St. | 1 to 23rd St. | L to Eighth Ave. | A,C,E to 14th St. | C,E to 23rd St. | PATH to 14th St. | PATH to 23rd St.

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East Harlem

Boundaries: 96th St. to Harlem River, East River to 5th Ave

East Harlem has one of the largest concentrations of public and affordable housing in New York. This neighborhood brings together a vibrant and diverse community. This hidden gem and cultural enclave attracts many first time home buyers who are interested in the up-and-coming real estate market.

Neighborhood Features: Local dining and big box shopping. Outdoor recreation at Central Park.

Subways: 6 to 96th St. | 6 to 110th St. | 6 to 116th St | 4,5,6 to 125th St.

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East Village

Boundaries: Houston St. to 14th St., East River to Fourth Ave; Canal St. to Houston St.; East River to Bowery.

Low-rise buildings in a fun loving and tight-knit comunity. The East Village boasts a popular culinary and bar scene.

Neighborhood Features: The largest concentration of bars and nightlife venues in New York City; Outdoor recreational areas such as Tompkins Square Park; boutique shopping, and trendy dining

Subways: F to Second Ave. | L,N,Q,R,4,5,6 to 14th St.-Union Square | L to Second Ave. | L to First Ave. | F,J,M,Z to Delancey St.-Essex St. | B.D

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Financial District

Boundaries: Vesey St. to Canal St.; Broadway to Hudson River.

This neighborhood is both a fast paced financial hub and residential catch. High-rise buildings in this reasonably-priced market gives residents waterfront views and the thrill of living on the edge of Manhattan.

Neighborhood Features: Financial institutions and government facilities. Outdoor recreational areas such as Battery Park and laid back dining by the South Street Seaport. This area offers alternative transportation to New Jersey and Staten Island from the Battery Park Ferry Terminal.

Subways: 2,3 to Wall St. | 4,5 to Wall St. | 1 to South Ferry | 4,5 to Bowling Green | 1 to Rector St. | R to Rector St. | J,Z to Broad St. | R to Whitehall St.-South Ferry | R to Cortlandt St. | E to World Trade Center | 1,2,3 to Chambers St. | 2,3 to Park Place | R to City Hall | A,C,J,Z,2,3,4,5 to Fulton St.

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Flatiron District

Boundaries: 14th St. to 23rd St.; Broadway to 5th Avenue

Flatiron is the classic envision of New York City. Park Avenue South is lined luxury dwellings and new condominiums. Boutique hotels, trendy dining, and cocktail culture just to name a few. With its central location, Flatiron is great for those who want a little bit of everything.

Neighborhood Features: This neighborhood is defined by its iconic Flatiron Building. Outdoor recreation at Madison Square Park; attractions like Museum of Sex; boutique shopping along 5th Avenue; and conveniences such as banks and pharmacies.

Subways: F,M to 23rd St. | 6 to 23rd St. | 6 to 28th St. | N,R to 23rd St. | PATH Train to 23rd St.

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Gramercy

Boundaries: 14th St. to 23rd St.; First Avenue to Park Avenue South Quiet and lined with quaint brownstones reminiscent of gothic revival, and modern architecture. The neighborhood contains Gramercy Park, a gated park that only allows residents who pay a key fee. A district for boutique hotels and restaurants, Gramercy Park is a neighborhood of privacy and elegance.

Neighborhood Features: Gramercy Park Hotel and Gramercy Tavern; iconic restaurants such as 11 Madison Park and the Breslin; nightlife along Second and Third Avenue; laidback lifestyle

Subways: L,N,Q,R,4,5,6 to 14th St.-Union Square | 6 to 23rd St. | L to 3rd Ave. | L to 1st Ave.

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Greenwich Village / West Village

Boundaries: Houston St. to 14th St., Fourth Ave. to Sixth Ave; Houston St. to 14th St.; Sixth Ave. to Hudson River.

Known as the bohemian neighborhood of New York City, Greenwich Village is famous as a haven for creative New Yorkers, this area is perfect for those seeking a vibrant, progressive and upbeat neighborhood. Stepping into West Village is almost similar to a European town, with its cobblestone streets and many dining and shopping options.

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational areas such Washington Square Park; New York University and The New School; Stonewall Inn, affordable dining and fine dining such as Tartine and Spotted Pig

Subways: B,D,F,M to Broadway-Lafayette St. | 6 to Bleecker St. | 6 to Astor Place | L,N,Q,R,4,5,6 to 14th St.-Union Square | A,B,C,D,E,F,M to West 4th Street - Washington Square | F to 14th St. | L to Sixth Ave. | 1 to Christopher St.-Sheridan Square | 1 to Houston St | C,E to Spring St.

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Harlem

Boundaries: Central Harlem: 110th Street to Harlem River; 5th Avenue to St. Nicholas Avenue.

Harlem offers a variety of housing options from unique brownstones to mid-rise buildings as well as new construction amenity buildings.

Neighborhood Features: Harlem is a thriving mix of cultural traditions and avant garde creativity. It is community-oriented neighborhood defined by it's music, soul food.

Subways: 6 to 96th St. | 2,3 to Central Park North (110th St. ) | 2,3 to 116th St. | 6 to 116th St. | A,B,C,D to 125th St. | 2,3 to 125th St. | 4,5,6 to 125th St. | 2,3 to 135th St. | B,C to 135th St. | A,B,C,D to 145th St. | 3 to 145th St. | 3 to Harlem 148th St. | C to 155th St. | B,D to 155th St.

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Lenox Hill

Boundaries: 59th Street to 73th Street; 3rd Avenue to FDR Drive

Ornate Condos and Co-ops mixed with mansions and townhouses along tree lined streets.

Neighborhood Features: Walking distance to Central Park; cultural institutions such as the Frick Collection and The Whitney Museum, upscale shopping and fine dining along Madison Avenue and Lexington Avenue.

Subways: 4,5,6 to 59th St. | N,Q,R to Lexington Ave/59th Street | 6 to 68th St.-Hunter College | 6 to 77th St.

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Lower East Side

Boundaries: Houston St. to 14th St., East River to Fourth Ave.; Canal St. to Houston St.; East River to Bowery.

Neighborhood Features: The largest concentration of bars and nightlife venues in New York City; Over 80 community recreational areas such as gardens and parks; boutique shopping; trendy dining; cultural institutions such as the Public Theatre, Film Forum, PS 122 and the Sunshine Theater on Houston Street.

Subways: L,N,Q,R,4,5,6,J,N,Q,R,Z,6 to Canal St. | J,Z to Bowery | J,Z to Chambers St.

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Meatpacking District

Boundaries: Ganesvoort to 14th Street; 11th to Hudson St. The fast-paced, trendy neighborhood embodies the work-hard-play-hard lifestyle that brings so many people to NYC. Townhouse buildings and condominiums offer views of the westside waterfront.

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor walking and lounging on the Highline and Hudson River Park, trendy restaurants that double as lounges/clubs and an active night scene.

Subways: L to 8th Ave. | A,C,E to 14th Street

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Midtown East

Boundaries: 40th St. to 59th St.; East River to Fifth Ave.

Bustling neighborhood of lavish high rises, grand townhouses, historic brownstones, and newer, smaller high-design apartment buildings. There are mini-neighborhoods such as Tudor City and Sutton Place, where residents feel a quiet separation from the grind of the City.

Neighborhood Features: Easy access to transit and transportation to Roosevelt Island via the Roosevelt Island Tram. Countless conveniences and an endless array of options for shopping, eating, and drinking.

Subways: 4,5,6,7,S to Grand Central - 42nd St. | 7 to 5th Ave. | E,M to Lexington Ave. - 53rd St. | 6 to 51st St. | N,Q,R to Lexington Ave. - 59th St. | 4,5,6 to 59th St. | F to Lexington Ave. - 63rd St.

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Midtown West

Boundaries: 29th St. to 59th St.; Sixth Ave. to Hudson River.

Living spaces include high-rise condos and huge loft spaces. Also known as Hell’s Kitchen, the neightborhood is diverse, charming, and unpretentious.

Neighborhood Features: Multiple cultural sites and array of convenienes at your doorstep.

Subways: A,C,E to 42nd St-Port Authority Bus Terminal | N,Q,R,S,1,2,3,7 to Times Square-42nd St. | B,D,F,M to 42nd St-Bryant Park | B,D,F,M to 47-50 Sts-Rockefeller Center | B,D,E to 7th Ave | N,Q,R to 57 St-7 Ave. | F to 57th St. | A,B,C,D,1 to 59th St-Columbus Circle | C,E to 50th St. | 1 to 50th St. | N,Q,R to 49th St. | A,C,E to 34th St-Penn Station | 1,2,3 tp 34th St-Penn Station | B,D,F,M,N,Q,R to 34th St.-Herald Square | 1 to 28th St. | LIRR to Penn Station | PATH to 33rd St.

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Morningside Heights

Boundaries: 110th St. to 129th St., St. Nicholas Ave. to the Hudson River

Morningside Heights is a great neighborhood home to about 40,000 residents and spans from large buildings along the Hudson River to rent controlled low rise buildings. Columbia University is the largest property owner in the area. This region of Upper Manhattan is deemed to be a ""College Town"" and is bracketed by beautiful parks.

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational activities to enjoy at Morningside Heights are located at Riverside and Morningside Park; Academic institutions include Columbia University; Barnard College, and the Bank Street College of Education; shops including dining and nightlife can be found along Broadway ; conveniences such as delis, pharmacies, and cleaners along Broadway.

Subways: 1 to Cathedral Pkwy (110th St.) | B,C to Cathedral Pkwy (110th St.) | 1 to 116th St.-Columbia University | B,C to 116th St. | 1 to 125th St. | A,B,C,D to 125th St.

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Murray Hill

Boundaries: 34th St. to 40th St.; East River to Madison Ave.

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational areas such as Bryant Park to the west and Gramercy Park to the South; Popular location for bars and nightlife venues; Diverse cultural dining such as Indian, Korean, and Sichuan restaurants; Iconic attractions such as The Empire State building, the Pierpont Morgan Library and the Chrysler Building; conveniences such as banks, pharmacies, delis, dry cleaners, and take-out all around the neighborhood.

Subways: 6 to 33rd St. | S,4,5,6,7 to Grand Central - 42nd St.| 7 to Fifth Ave. | Metro-North

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Nolita

Boundaries: Canal St. to Houston St., Bowery to Lafayette St.

Mostly five and six-story walk-ups line a picturesque street. This neighborhood combines downtown charms and cozy, quaint vibes.

Neighborhood Features: Shopping along Prince Street and smaller boutiques featuring up and coming designers. Plenty of nightlife and dining options.

Subway: B,D,F,M to Broadway-Lafayette | 6 to Bleecker St. | 6 to Spring St. | J,Z to Bowery | J,N,Q,R,6 to Canal St.

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Soho

Boundaries: Canal St. to Houston St.; Lafayette St. to Hudson River

19th century cast iron architecture and a mix of lofts and low rise apartments embodies Soho's artisanal flair. Soho has become a New York staple and a destination for lovers of high fashion and fine design.

Neighborhood Features: Boutique shopping; popular dining options, cultural attractions, and conveniences.

Subways: 6 to Canal St. | 6 to Spring St. | 6 to Bleecker St. | 1 to Canal St. | 1 to Houston St. | N,R to Prince St. | J,N,Q,R,Z,6 to Canal St. | C,E to Spring St. | A,C,E to Canal St. | B,D,F,M to Broadway-Lafayette | F,J,M,Z to Delancey St.-Essex St. | B,D to Grand St.

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Tribeca

Boundaries: Vesey St. to Canal St.; Broadway to Hudson River.

Renovated lofts and luxury buildings in this posh neighborhood are a celebrity favorite. TriBeCa is peaceful yet not too far from the bustle of the Financial District.

Neighborhood Features: Excellent schools and cultural institutions. Iconic restaurants and an array of galleries.

Subways: A,C,E to Canal St. | E to World Trade Center | A,C to Chambers St. | 2,3 to Park Place | 2,3 to Chambers St. | 1 to Canal St. | 1 to Franklin St. | R to City Hall | N,Q,R to Canal St.

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Tudor City

Boundaries: From 40th to 43rd Streets; First and Second Avenues.

The serene neighborhood of Tudor City is a peaceful enclave in the middle of New York City. It is known for its castle-like apartment buildings in the Tudor revival style.

Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational venues such as Tudor City Greens; dining and nightlife along Second Avenue; conveniences such as pharmacies, cleaners and delis along Second Avenue.

Subways: 4,5,6,7 to Grand Central - 42nd St.

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Upper East Side

Boundaries: 59th Street to 96th Street; Fifth Avenue to the East River.

The Upper East Side is best known for it's upscale real esate of luxury high rises and stylish townhouses. Simultaneously it is the most affordable and residential neighborhood in Manhattan.

Neighborhood Features: Great recreational venues and cultural institutions. Luxury retail shopping in stores, iconic restaurants, several world famous hospitals, and a variety of conveniences.

Subways: 4,5,6,N,Q,R to Lexington Ave./59th St. | N,Q,R tp 5th Ave./59th St. | F to Lexington Ave/63rd St. | 6 to 68 St.-Hunter College | 6 to 77th St. | 4,5,6 to 86th St. | 6 to 96th St.

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Upper West Side

Boundaries: 59th Street (excluding Columbus Circle) to 110th Street; Central Park to the Hudson River.

The Upper West Side is made up of wide avenues, brownstones on tree-lined blocks, walk-ups, and extravagant new condominium buildings. It is an elegant urban retreat with easy access to greenspace.

Neighborhood Features: Great recreational venues and centers such as Central Park and the Museum of Natural History at your doorstep. Excellent schools from Manhattan Day School to Julliard; Dining and Nightlife are relaxed but never dull.

Subways: 1 to 66th-Lincoln Center | 1,2,3 to 72nd St. | 1 to 79th St. | 1 to 86th St. | 1,2,3 to 96th St. | 1 to 103rd St. | 1 to Cathedral Pkwy (110th St.) | B,C to 81st St. | B,C to 86th St. | B,C to 103rd St. | B,C to Cathedral Pkwy (110th St.)

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Washington Heights

Boundaries: 155th St. to Dyckman St., Harlem River to Hudson River Washington Heights is named for Fort Washington, a fortification constructed at the highest point of Manhattan by Continental Army troops. Therefore,the neighborhood is known as a residential area comprised mostly of pre-war apartment buildings.
Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreational venues and Parks such as Bennett Park, Fort Washington Park,the highest point in Manhattan, Fort Tryon Park and Swindler Cover at Sherman Creek Park that features urban wildlife, enduring nature trails, a children’s garden and a boathouse. cultural venues such as the Cloisters, located inside Fort Tyron Park and the Hispanic Society of America Museum; lots of Latina dining at restaurants such as La Casa del Motofongo; nightlife at venues such as Monkey Room.

Subways: A to Dyckman St. | 1 to Dyckman St. | A to 190th St. | 1 to 191st St. | A to 181st St. | 1 to 181st St. | A to 175th St. | A,C to 168th St. | C to 163rd St. | 1 to 157th St. | C to 155th St. | B,D to 155th St.

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Yorkville

Boundaries: 79th to 96th Streets; Third Avenue to the East River.

Yorkville is popular because of its relative affordability. This tranquil neighborhood features turn of the century brownstones mixed with high-rise buildings. Neighborhood Features: Outdoor recreation at Carl Schultz Park; excellent private schools such as Chapin and Brearley School; nightlife and dining along the avenues; conveniences such as pharmacies, delis and dry cleaners.

Subways: 6 to 77th St. | 4,5,6 to 86th St. | 6 to 96th St."

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