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battery Park

West street to the hudson river, chambers street to battery place

Battery Park City - Within walking distance of most of lower Manhattan including TriBeCa, FiDi, and the South Street Seaport, Battery Park City has been called the suburb of Manhattan due to its small town feel. Battery Park City is an old neighborhood that has overcome a lot but has bounced back stronger than ever. Having been established on the landfill dug from the original building of the World Trade Center, over the past 30 years Battery Park City has continued into an ever-developing neighborhood. Since the opening of Brookfield Place, Westfield, and the new World Trade Buildings, the neighborhood is bubbling with places to go and things to see. It is both scenic and urban but due to its position on the Hudson River, it has views and a summer breeze that cannot be easily rivaled by other Manhattan neighborhoods.

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chelsea

14th Street to 29th Street, Broadway to the hudson river

Chelsea - As a vibrant and buzzing ethnic and socially diverse neighborhood, Chelsea is characterized by its world-class galleries, fashionable shops, chic restaurants, and exhilarating night life. Known as the center of Manhattan’s art world, the neighborhood boasts over 200 galleries including Gagosian Gallery (West 24th Street), Matthew Marks Gallery and Sonnabend (West 22nd Street), which are among some of the most famous galleries in the country. Chelsea also houses a section of The Highline, a unique 1.45 miles park elevated above the City’s streets and built on an abandoned railroad track. Running from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to West 34th Street in Midtown West, this stunning park has become one of the most well visited spots in Chelsea. Whether picnicking with friends, lounging solo on one of the beautifully crafted benches or strolling along the promenade, residents and tourists alike come to relax and enjoy a bit of nature amid the stone, metal and glass that fashion Chelsea’s diverse mix of historic and modern architecture.

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Chinatown

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Clinton/Hell's kitchen

Eighth Avenue to The Hudson River, 59th Street to 34th Street

Clinton/Hell's Kitchen -  Located on the west side of midtown Manhattan, Hell's Kitchen is erupting with personality and charisma.  Over the last four decades, Hell's Kitchen, also known as Clinton, has transformed into a sea of residential high-rises and never-ending choices of restaurants and bars.  In addition to the plethora of food and drink options in this neighborhood, another aspect of Hell's Kitchens appeal is its proximity to the theater district and Central Park.  Hell's Kitchen is certainly a neighborhood to satisfy the wants and needs of the everyday New Yorker.

  • The Orion

    350 West 42nd Street

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East Village

14th Street to east houston street, the bowery/fourth avenue to the east river

East Village -  As one of Manhattan’s most classic and stylish neighborhoods, the East Village is home to an array of NYC characters.  It is a hot spot for just about everything in New York: Vintage clothing, record stores, trendy cafes, frequented bars, and chic clubs.  In addition, Thomson Square Park is the perfect place to go for a picnic on a nice day spring or summer day.  In the East Village one will never find themselves lacking lively things to experience.

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Financial District

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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Flatiron District

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Gramercy Park

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Greenwich village

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Little italy

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Lower east side

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Meatpacking district

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Midtown East

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • Trump World Tower

    845 United Nations Plaza

  • 309 East 49th Street
  • 235 East 57th Street
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Midtown west

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Midtown West, spreading from 30th Street to 59th Street and from the west side of Fifth Avenue all the way to the Hudson River, encompasses much of what makes New York City such an iconic and storied center of activity.

New York's largest central business district, Midtown West hosts offices across nearly all industries with corporate office buildings mixing with high-end designer shops and renowned eateries.

The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, the New York Public Library and MoMa are all scattered within the borders of Midtown West as well as Times Square, the home of the world’s greatest theatrical entertainment. Penn Station, Port Authority Bus Terminal, the New York waterway ferry and the Eighth Avenue subway line all provide convenient accessibility from anywhere in New York, New Jersey or Connecticut.

From commercial media and entertainment, to leisure and dining, Midtown West reveals the many faces of New York City.

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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Murray Hill

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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NoHo

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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Nolita

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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NoMad

23rd Street to 30th Street, Sixth AVenue to Lexington Avenue

NoMad - North of Madison or NoMad as it was dubbed 1999, is an area located north of Madison Square Park. Although it encompasses at least small parts of all its neighboring areas, such as Chelsea, the Flatiron District and Gramercy Park, the identity of the area is completely unique. A 24/7 working and living community, NoMad is filled with creative people, tech minds and entrepreneurs who have been drawn to the energy pulsing through the neighborhood day and night. Technology and design firms, high end residential buildings, trendy hotels such as Ace and Gansevoort Park Avenue, fine restaurants like The Nomad and Breslin, upscale night clubs and rooftop gardens such as Jazz Standard and 40/40, all combine to capture the edgy mix of this incredible neighborhood. Perhaps nothing captures the competing characteristics of this districts diversity as the fact that both the Museum of Sex and the Museum of Mathematics are located within its borders.

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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soho

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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TriBeCa

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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Union Square

5th Avenue to Irving Place, 14th Street to 18th Street

Union Square - Anchored by its namesake pedestrian plaza and extending to surrounding streets, Union Square is the epitome of New York City’s unmatched diversity. With a mix of corporate giants, neighborhood staples and a bustling park, Union Square attracts professionals, poets, protestors and everyone in between to its borders adding to its cultural significance and popular appeal. The Union Square Greenmarket is a long running year-round farmers market that draw crowds looking for local produce and artisanal food. The streets surrounding this historic plaza are lined with high-rise apartments such as One Union Square South and the 4 Zeckendorf Towers, big-name chain stores such as Wholefoods and restaurants and cafes such as Blue Water Grill, Union Fare and The Coffee Shop.

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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Upper East Side

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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Upper West Side

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  • Trump Tower

    721 Fifth Avenue

  • The Galleria

    117 East 57th Street

  • 610 Park Avenue

    Formerly the Mayfair Hotel

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West Village

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