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Consider the ridiculous family tree that makes up New York. New York City reviews Five incredibly unique boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and what’s the last one? Ah, Staten Island) each with their own ever-changing personality and vibe. Now, divide all those boroughs into neighborhoods! Nabes here range from fishing villages to quaint suburbia, from gritty industry to towering glass castles in the sky. There’s a good reason this city never sleeps—there are over 200 nabes to check out. Where to go in New York and Must see in NYC
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  • Gramercy

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    Gramercy is a beautiful and quiet nabe centered around Gramercy Park, a well-kept gated square not open to the public. Gramercy's architecture consists of a mix of pre and post-war co-ops and brownstones. Gramercy is a quietly luxurious contrast to the hustle of nearby

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  • Beekman

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    Beekman is one of Midtown East’s best kept secrets. Filled with old world charm, this tiny nabe (its radius is 2 blocks by 5 blocks) is an ideal hiding spot for city dwellers searching for some peace, quiet, and class. While its surface area

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  • Edgemere, Queens

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    If you’d visited Edgemere a hundred years ago, you’d have found a thriving beachfront community with bungalows, summer hotels, and a bustling boardwalk. In the mid-20th century, much of Edgemere, on the Rockaway Peninsula in Queens, was demolished and left to go to seed.

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  • Throgs Neck, The Bronx

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    Traditionally isolated, Throgs Neck's solitary quality is emphasized since it's such a stark contrast to the rest of The Bronx. The nabe is home to a range of homes, beach clubs, and waterfront condominiums. Throgs Neck's suburban nature and relaxed character give residents the

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  • Floyd Bennett, Brooklyn

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    Floyd Bennett is a tiny neighborhood in southeast Brooklyn named for the large, adjacent, and now-defunct airfield. Very similar to neighboring Mill Basin, Floyd Bennett is not particularly easy to get to. Real estate tends to be single-family homes or office space. Benefits of

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  • Westchester Square, The Bronx

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    Westchester Square is the commercial and transportation hub of the East Bronx, with 6 train connections available to Throgs Neck, Morris Park, and elsewhere. A sprawling shopping district anchors the area. Though small in size, Westchester Square is a popular destination for Bronxites to

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  • Prospect Park South, Brooklyn

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    Prospect Park South, sometimes referred to as “the heart of Victorian Brooklyn,” sits between Prospect Park and Ditmas Park. Comprised of mainly freestanding houses, the wide, tree-lined streets of this historic neighborhood are reminiscent of a stately country town while remaining close to several

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  • Upper East Side

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    The Upper East Side is a nabe known for its vast, classic New York apartments with crisply dressed doormen and marble foyers, and easy access to Central park. Luxury shopping abounds closer to 59th street, and Museum Mile near Central Park is home to

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  • Queens Village, Queens

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    On the border of Queens and Long Island, Queens Village is mostly residential but close to many shopping centers and malls. Its strong community feel and quiet suburban aesthetics make it one of the more well-rounded neighborhoods in Queens.

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  • Brooklyn Heights

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    Brooklyn Heights sits on the water just south of the Brooklyn Bridge. A favored nabe for lawyers and officials who work in the government buildings ofDowntown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights presents the prestige and charm often associated with Manhattan neighborhoods. Its streets wind through perfectly

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  • Douglaston, Queens

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    Upon entering Douglaston, you may no longer feel you are in New York City. Douglaston has a distinct suburban feel, with several city parks, great waterfront access, and plenty of outdoor recreation options. The neighborhood also serves 3 LIRR stops, and thus is home

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  • Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

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    Prospect Heights is a neighborhood noted for its cultural diversity. It is home to Brooklyn's equivalent to Museum Mile, featuring the Brooklyn Museum, the Botanic Gardens, and the enormous central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library. With easy access to public transportation, cheaper rents,

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  • Stuyvesant Heights , Brooklyn

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    Stuyvesant Heights is one of the four neighborhoods which comprise the Bedford-Stuyvesant area of Brooklyn. A designated historic district, Stuyvesant Heights is an attractive neighborhood home to impressive older apartment buildings and large brownstones. This nabe is also served by both the A, C,

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  • We think neighborhoods are like people

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    We think neighborhoods are like people — each with a unique character, personality, and attitude. Whether you’re moving, traveling, or just daydreaming, we know you want to find a neighborhood that not only meets your practical needs, but also matches who you are.

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  • Harlem

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    Harlem, a vibrant Manhattan nabe just north of Central Park, is most famous for its artistic renaissance in the 1920s and 1930s. Currently, the nabe's beautiful pre-war brownstones draw a great mix of residents. Harlem hosts iconic jazz clubs, theaters, and restaurants, as well

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  • Sunnyside, Queens

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    This vibrant Queens nabe sits directly across the East River from Manhattan. The nabe is home to Sunnyside Gardens, one of the country's first planned communities. At the heart of the Gardens is Sunnyside Park, a three-acre haven of green open to members of

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  • College Point, Queens

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    College Point exemplifies the suburban lifestyle found in many of New York City’s outer boroughs. The neighborhood is largely a residential one, though it has an industrial edge. Named after St Paul’s College, which was shut down in 1850, College Point is ripe with

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  • Woodlawn, The Bronx

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    Located in the northernmost section of The Bronx, Woodlawn at points feels much more like an upstate nabe than a part of the city. Known for picturesque Muskrat Cove and the rolling hills of the Woodlawn Cemetery, Woodlawn is rife with quaint homes and

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  • Boerum Hill, Brooklyn

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    Boerum Hill shares the tree-lined Brooklyn brownstone aesthetic, the trendy shops, and the renowned dining on Smith St with its sister neighborhoods, Cobble Hilland Carroll Gardens. But Boerum Hill also retains a more diverse and commercial feel through its proximity to the bustling strip

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  • Borough Park, Brooklyn

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    Borough Park, shortened to Boro Park by its residents, is a large and rapidly growing community in southern Brooklyn. Borough Park life can be rather insular, with a citizens' security force which works in cooperation with the NYPD.

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  • another adventure with hotels.com

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  • Murray Hill

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    Murray Hill is a small neighborhood on the east side of New York known for its 19th century townhouses and beautiful pre-war buildings. Professionals fill the restaurants and party spots along Third Avenue and enjoy the convenience of a central, high-end residential community. The

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  • Bayswater, Queens

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    Proudly bearing a fashionable London name, Bayswater in Queens is a residential waterfront neighborhood that was originally the site of yacht clubs and fox hunts. Bordering Far Rockaway in Queens but seen by many as a sub-neighborhood of Long Island, Bayswater is now a

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  • City Line, Brooklyn

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    City Line in Brooklyn is one of the handful of neighborhoods which comprise the East New Yorkarea. Residents live in the many homes and two medium-sized housing projects. City Line is seeing some minor development due to its abundant train and bus access for

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  • Bayside, Queens

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    Bayside is a suburban neighborhood in the borough of Queens with well kept homes and landscaping–the pride of many of its homeowners. Now an urban homeowner's paradise, it is even replete with a recent influx of McMansions. During the 1920s, many actors and actresses

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  • Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn

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    Gerritsen Beach is a remote, very residential neighborhood in the far southeast of Brooklyn on a peninsula right on Shell Bank Creek. With no train access and a large park next door, Gerritsen Beach is a pleasant little community reminiscent of Long Island. Homes

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  • Castle Hill, The Bronx

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    Split in two by the Bruckner Expressway, Castle Hill is populated by multi-unit homes, housing projects, and tenements. Under new and constant rehabilitation and construction, the area has seen improvements to its roads and buildings. Residents enjoy their proximity to the Castle Hill YMCA–the

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  • Chelsea

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    Just above the West Village and right below Hell's Kitchen, Chelsea is where downtown style and uptown affluence meet. Chelsea's warehouses near the Hudson River host hundreds of cutting-edge, world-renowned art galleries. To the east, Chelsea is more residential, with some of the most

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