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Stroll-friendly streets and bluff-side waterfront location.
40.6782° N, 73.9442° W
40.7831° N, 73.9712° W
Upper East Side is best known for upscale real-estate.
Greenpoint has shed its reputation as an industrial neighborhood...
Brooklyn’s creative outlet.
Played an important role in Brooklyn’s artistic and cultural movement.
Long Island City was once a bustling, self-contained town in and of itself...
East Harlem is a daily mix of cultural, historical, and artistic fusion.
Life in Harlem can feel as quiet as it does connected to the rest of the city.
Midtown East is home to a world-class cultural scene.
Waterfront properties all in this northern Queens neighborhood.
Catch some jazz at the Sankofa Aban Bed & Breakfast.
Boerum Hill has become a popular destination for boutique shopping.
Carroll Gardens is uniformly charming, but no two blocks are the same.
It’s also one of the best places to take in a sunset in the city.
Founded by the oil baron Charles Pratt in the late 19th century.
Cobble Hill was originally settled by Dutch farmers in the mid-1600s.
There’s a solid mix of established restaurants and fresh new options.
A cluster of parks has long provided respite for area workers.
Individuals are continually working to revitalizing East New York.
The East Village has been the center of bohemian lifestyle.
All in all, there’s so much to behold in the Financial District.
Flatiron also has a growing reputation as a destination for great dining.
Gramercy Park was designed to house fashionable families.
Lower East Side was known as a hub for European immigrants.
Park Slope’s nightlife is a balanced mix of cozy dives and wine bars.
Soho has a long history of inspiring New York’s creative communities.
There isn’t a lot of turnover in this peaceful corner of Brooklyn.