Manhattan

About Manhattan

This metropolis stands bright and tall as the capital of the world. Densely packed with the planet’s best entertainment, food, and sites, a day in Manhattan is a bucket list item rife with unforgettable experiences. Just be sure to look both ways before crossing the street.


Neighborhoods

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Chelsea

Chelsea is the center of New York’s art world. You’ll pay a higher price tag to live here, as it’s a magnet for residents, tourists,...

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East Village

Once known for its eclectic and counterculture feel, East Village is now one of the rising neighborhoods to live in. Thanks to its m...

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Lower East Side

The Lower East Side, or LES, is known for its more affordable walk-ups, lively atmosphere and eclectic vibe. It’s a nightlife destin...

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Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is a popular neighborhood for many families and young professionals to live in, as housing here runs the scale f...

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Upper West Side

Parks, playgrounds and boutique shops the Upper West Side is a neighborhood full of green. Central Park to the East and Riverside P...

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Neighborhoods

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Alphabet City

Often mistakenly grouped in with East Village, Alphabet City consists of Avenues A, B, C, and D, east of First Avenue. While it once...

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Battery Park City

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Bowery

Named after the famed Bowery street, the Bowery neighborhood has quickly evolved from it’s grittier past into a happening area with ...

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Carnegie Hill

A pocket of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, this neighborhood extends approximately from East 86th St up to East 96th St, between 5th A...

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Chelsea

Chelsea is the center of New York’s art world. You’ll pay a higher price tag to live here, as it’s a magnet for residents, tourists,...

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Chinatown

Whether you’re looking for authentic dim sum or in the mood for some steaming soup dumplings, Chinatown has something for every food...

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Civic Center

Civic Center is the face of the New York City’s federal agencies with Civic Hall, One Police Plaza, Manhattan Municipal Building, US...

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Clinton

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Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle, named after Christopher Columbus, is a popular tourist destination that’s known for its infamous traffic roundabout...

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East Harlem

East Harlem, also commonly known as Spanish Harlem or El Barrio, is a culturally rich and diverse neighborhood with a vibrant sense ...

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East Village

Once known for its eclectic and counterculture feel, East Village is now one of the rising neighborhoods to live in. Thanks to its m...

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Financial District

Home to the infamous Wall Street and rich in historic sites, the Financial District is brimming with workers and tourists during the...

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Flatiron

The Flatiron District is named after the Flatiron building, an iconic highlight in Manhattan’s skyline of architectural grandeurs. J...

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Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park takes its name from the historic and private park. Only residents who live among the gated park are given its exclusiv...

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Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village, known to locals as “the Village,” has deep roots in bohemian culture and became a haven for iconic Beatnik’s like...

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Hamilton Heights

Named after founding father Alexander Hamilton, just one of the many infamous residents who once made their home here, the historica...

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Harlem

At the heart of this neighborhood is its rich African-American history, reflected in its vibrant culture today. It’s best known as t...

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Hell's Kitchen

Hell’s Kitchen’s may have a gritty past, but today it’s a place of picturesque walk-ups, a few newer high-rises, and the recognizabl...

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Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards embodies all that is modern, sleek, and shiny about new construction in NYC. The in-progress redevelopment is being bui...

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Kips Bay

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Lenox Hill

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Lincoln Square

Located in the coveted area just above Columbus Circle up through West 72nd Street, this neighborhood is most famous for the iconic ...

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Little Italy

The out-loud trendiness of surrounding areas Soho, Nolita, and the Lower East Side manages to keep out of this historic Lower Manhat...

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Lower East Side

The Lower East Side, or LES, is known for its more affordable walk-ups, lively atmosphere and eclectic vibe. It’s a nightlife destin...

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Manhattan Valley

This neighborhood exists between the northernmost section of the Upper West Side, West Harlem, and Morningside Heights. Small pre-wa...

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Manhattanville

Selected as the neighborhood for Columbia University’s expansion plans and already serving students of City College of NY, Manhattan...

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Marble Hill

Marble Hill

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Meatpacking District

In the city that never sleeps, the Meatpacking is an authentic 24-hour neighborhood, home to some of the most infamous bars, clubs, ...

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Midtown

When you think of New York City’s most iconic sights—Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building,...

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Morningside Heights

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Murray Hill

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Nolita

North of Little Italy, or Nolita, is located near some of Manhattans most infamous neighborhoods; Soho, Noho, and Lower East Side. N...

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Rockefeller Center

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Soho

Known as one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in Manhattan, SoHo has endless options for Instagram-able moments, shopping, eati...

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Stuyvesant Town

Stuyvesant Town, or better known as Stuy Town, is a sprawling complex near the East river and was originally created as a response t...

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Sutton Place

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Theatre District

Home to famous families such as the Astors and the Rockefellers, the Theater District is one of the most iconic districts in Manhatt...

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Tribeca

With its cobblestone streets, waterfront views, and charming feel of quiet sophistication, it’s easy to see why Tribeca has become o...

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Tudor City

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Turtle Bay

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Two Bridges

Sandwiched between the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge, you will find one of Manhattan's smallest neighborhoods, Two Bridge...

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Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is a popular neighborhood for many families and young professionals to live in, as housing here runs the scale f...

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Upper West Side

Parks, playgrounds and boutique shops the Upper West Side is a neighborhood full of green. Central Park to the East and Riverside P...

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Washington Heights

With some of the most affordable rent in Manhattan, Washington Heights is one of the most culturally diverse neighborhoods in Upper ...

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West Village

The West Village is a coveted neighborhood known for its picturesque cobblestone streets that wind through and go against Manhattan’...

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Yorkville

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