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THE FINANCIAL DISTRICT: Best known for the 9/11 memorial sites.
Manhattan was born in this historic port area. Many businesses,
corporation and growing residential a...
THE FINANCIAL DISTRICT: Best known for the 9/11 memorial sites. Manhattan was born in this historic port area. Many businesses, corporation and growing residential areas located here. Great base to explore the 9/11 Museum, Wall Street, Ellis Island, Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty and the World Trade Center.
CHINATOWN & LITTLE ITALY: Affordable dining and shopping. You get the feeling of being in Beijing or Shanghai. Densely crowded streets, Chinese awnings, and delicious dumplings. Enjoy the gelato, Italian coffee, and delicious Italian Cuisine in little Italy.
TRIBECA, NOLITA & SOHO: Cobblestone streets, art galleries, dining, great bars, architecture, and shopping. SoHo means "South of Houston Street", TriBeCa is "Triangle below Canal Street", and Nolita is "North of Little Italy". Just wandering through the cobblestone street and trying out the hot new restaurants can be exciting.
THE LOWER EAST SIDE & EAST VILLAGE: Abuzz with the dusk-till-dawn nightlife, you can't possibly miss the best dive bars and vintage shops on every corner. The scene for up-and-coming young designers and chefs. One of Manhattan's most vibrant areas.
GREENWICH VILLAGE: Known as the bohemian enclave. Some of the 20th-century artists, writers and musicians found cheap lodging and companionship here. Due to its proximity to the NYU, it has a big college student population. Great for the theater enthusiasts.
CHELSEA & MEATPACKING DISTRICT: Artsy neighborhood with the best independent art galleries and over 100 exhibition spaces. Great place for shopping and gay nightlife. As there are no churches or schools in this area, it is free of zoning laws. The Highline Park is the perfect urban destination.
THE FLATIRON DISTRICT, UNION SQUARE & GRAMERCY PARK: The most architecturally beautiful neighborhoods. Great dining, historic sites and off- Broadway theater. Also, Gramercy Park is the only privately - owned park in the city.
TIMES SQUARE & MIDTOWN WEST: There are very few locals living in this area as it is more of a touristy place. Broadway, entertainment of all sorts, Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller Center, Macy's. Also, Madison Square Garden.
MIDTOWN EAST & MURRAY HILL: All the major buildings like the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, St.Patrick's Cathedral and United Nations. Fifth Avenue is the major shopping (or window shopping) area. What you'll find here is people in suits, lots of buildings and looming traffic. The areas closer to the East River is largely residential.
UPPER WEST SIDE: Located west of central park, has a lot of kid and dog - friendly restaurants. Has a very suburban vibe. Populated with a lot of families and Columbia students the more north you go. Famous for American Museum of Natural History and Children's Museum of Manhattan.
UPPER EAST SIDE: Home to the wealthiest residents of the city. The MET, The Guggenheim, The Frick and lots of fine dining. Also known as the "Gold Coast" and "Millionaires Mile". The extravagant shops on Madison Avenue serve the rich occupants of the area.
HARLEM: So much to see here- Studio Museum, Carribean joints, Hopping clubs, and well preserved Beaux - Arts brownstoners. The most intrinsic and mixed - race locality. Home to some of the greatest black writers, politicians, and artists of the 20th century. Lower real estate prices.