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New York City Neighborhoods

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Chelsea

Chelsea is an Urban neighborhood on the western side of Manhattan Island along the Hudson River. The neighborhood is a mix of skyscrapers, mid-rise buildings, and landmark structures. Chelsea has several upscale restaurants, shops, stores, cafes, bars, and other commercial establishments. Real Estate in the community are primarily apartment and condominium buildings with a few properties along offering panoramic views of the Hudson River.

Financial District

The Financial District is the business center of New York City. The highly urbanized community features large office buildings, luxury residential condominiums, and towering skyscrapers. Home to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the New York Stock Exchange, the Financial District has some of the most sought-after properties in the island.

Flatiron

The Flatiron District is a small district in Midtown named after the iconic wedge-shaped building in the center of the neighborhood. The region is regularly visited by tourists and hosts excellent restaurants, bars, and stores as well as high-rise office and residential buildings.

Midtown

Midtown Manhattan is the largest central area of the island home to many of the city's financial and business centers. The streets of the neighborhood are lined with large residential condominiums, skyscrapers, and other developments. One of the busiest parts of the city, Midtown offers some of the most ideally located Real Estate in New York.

SoHo

SoHo is a booming shopping district in the southern area of Manhattan, New York City. The neighborhood features several malls, chain stores, art galleries, boutiques, and other prime shopping destinations. The streets are filled with artists and vendors showcasing their wares of jewelry and art pieces. A unique part of the city that has its character distinct from the rest.

Tribeca

Tribeca is a growing commercial neighborhood in the southern tip of Manhattan Island. The district features upscale shopping malls, trendy restaurants, boutique shops, and more. The Triangle Below Canal Street is home to some of the most significant commercial and residential developments and is a stone's throw away from the Financial District of New York.

Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay is a well-developed urban neighborhood in Midtown, Manhattan. The district is home landmark structures such as Central Terminal Station, the United Nations Headquarters, and the Chrysler Building. There are several high-rise buildings and towering skyscrapers throughout Turtle Bay home to corporate offices and consulates.

Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is a posh residential neighborhood between Central Park and the East River. The neighborhood features restaurants, designer stores, art galleries, and luxury residential condominiums. The area has a good number of cultural attractions, landmark buildings and structures, and museums.

West Village

The West Village or Greenwich Village is a trendy neighborhood on the western side of Manhattan. The area has several upscale fashion boutiques, gourmet restaurants, and jazz clubs. The community still features classic cobblestone street, Federal-style townhouses, cabarets, and theaters.

Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Brooklyn is a well-developed urban neighborhood home to Universities, large outdoor parks, high-rise and mid-rise buildings, and commercial developments. The neighborhood connects to Manhattan Island through the Brooklyn Bridge and has several subway stations connecting to other areas of the city.

Williamsburg

Williamsburg is a neighborhood in Brooklyn across the East River from the island of Manhattan. The district is an upscale community where trendy cafes, restaurants, and boutiques host many of New York's younger residents. The area has several residential properties, repurposed industrial buildings, museums, bars, and concert halls.