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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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  • Arverne

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    Currently marketed as “New York's New Openfront Hometown,” Arverne has the potential to be a waterfront metropolis. With renovations underway, “Arverne by the Sea” is looking to be the go-to neighborhood for second-home buyers and small families looking for a slice of ocean side

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  • Turtle Bay

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    This up-and-coming nabe sitting on the East River is home to multifarious characters and vibes. While itsMurray Hill borderline has provided Turtle bay with a great influx in nightlife options and a new level of trendiness, Turtle Bay still maintains a level of stately

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  • Longwood, The Bronx

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    Running from East 149th Street to East 167th Street, Longwood is commercially served by the well-populated Southern Boulevard. Home to its own business improvement district, Southern Boulevard offers over a hundred stores for super-shoppers. Longwood is also home to the Longwood Historic District, a

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  • Bath Beach, Brooklyn

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    Bath Beach, despite its name, does not have beach access, although it is on the water in southern Brooklyn. Bath Beach's diverse community mostly resides in small houses and apartments scattered across the neighborhood. 40-acre Dyker Beach Park is adjacent to this community, as

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  • Flatbush, Brooklyn

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    Sandwiched between a cornucopia of small nabes–including Kensington to the west and Prospect Lefferts Gardens to the north–this residential north central Brooklyn nabe is home to various commercial strips. This area is a stout brew of assorted residents and every kind of delicious cuisine

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  • Mill Island, Brooklyn

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    Mill Island is a small, secluded neighborhood of Brooklyn right on Jamaica Bay. Some of the property is being bought up by investors who are razing the houses and erecting newer, flashier homes in their stead. Overall, Mill Basin itself is a suburban haven

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  • Red Hook, Brooklyn

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    Red Hook is a storied waterfront Brooklyn neighborhood without subway service. Demarcated by the BQE and Gowanus Expressways, which separate the neighborhood from Carroll Gardens, Red Hook gradually garnered the reputation of being isolated when the docks fell out of use. Then the artists

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  • Inwood

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    Inwood is the northernmost community on the island of Manhattan, just north of Washington Heights. Home to a large park, a natural forest, and a salt marsh, Inwood is a place where one can find access to urban living without losing the joy of

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  • Utopia, Queens

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    Utopia is a neighborhood where wide, quiet streets and detached homes foster a suburban style community. Often considered part of Auburndale, Utopia's main commercial drag along Union Turnpike is a veritable homage to small business where blocks and blocks of locally owned shops run

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  • Bedford Park, The Bronx

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    Bordering the New York Botanical Garden and housing multiple high schools, Bedford Park is a comparatively-small residential area. Prized for its green space and comfort, Bedford Park is well-kept and a short ride away from Manhattan on the 4 and D lines.

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  • Riverdale / Spuyten Duyvil, The Bronx

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    Home to a diverse mix of co-ops and houses, Riverdale's identity is singularly tied to its incongruous location in the northwest Bronx. Though not a particularly large neighborhood, Riverdale still features its own distinct subsections. Fieldston in the south, for example, is completely privately-owned.

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  • Pelham Bay, The Bronx

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    Known for its massive and eponymous Pelham Bay Park, Pelham Bay is a neighborhood overflowing with two- and three-family homes. In close proximity to both Orchard Beach and multiple transportation options (the 6 line, multiple bus lines) Pelham Bay has much to offer both

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  • Ocean Hill, Brooklyn

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    Ocean Hill, named for its hilly terrain, suffers an identity issue as it's usually grouped in with it's two larger adjacent nabes: Bedford-Stuyvesant andBrownsville. Ocean Hill has recently been undergoing gentrification with buildings being renovated, working professionals moving in, and trendy stores going up.

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  • best weekend getaways from new york

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    As summer winds down, many of us are eager to fit in one last weekend getaway from the big city, without dealing with the summer glow-zapping stress of air travel. Luckily, there’s a wealth of great vacation options all within driving distance of NYC that let you avoid those bothersome …

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  • Seaport / Fulton

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    South Street Seaport is centered around the historic area between Fulton Street and the East River. Here converted 19th century mercantile buildings and the floating Pier 17 are home to chain stores found in most American malls, along with Seaport restaurants and exhibition spaces.

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  • Morris Heights, The Bronx

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    The reputation of Morris Heights is built upon its most famous structures–the River Park Towers. Though the Towers are a shadow of their former selves, Morris Heights' reputation is reclaimed by Roberto Clemente State Park. 25 acres of fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, and a

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  • Breezy Point, Queens

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    Breezy Point rests at the tip of the Rockaway Peninsula. Run by the Breezy Point Cooperative, this beach town is a tight-knit, private community where many residents have private beach access. Transportation in and out of Breezy Point is limited, with cars often outnumbered

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  • Belmont, The Bronx

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    Located just south of Fordham University's Rose Hill campus, Belmont's spiritual and economic core sits on Arthur Avenue. The Bronx Zoo, New York Botanical Gardens, and Bronx Park are all in close proximity, giving residents of this area access to their own slew of

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  • Columbia Street, Brooklyn

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    Columbia Street/Waterfront District is a very small community just north of Red Hook, or many would argue part of Red Hook. It's on the water, but unlike Red Hook, does not have water access. There are a number of community and privately owned gardens

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  • Rockaway Beach

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    Named after the beach of the same name, Rockaway Beach is a small neighborhood sitting on the Rockaway Peninsula in southern Queens. Its beach wears the distinction of being the largest public beach in the country, stretching for miles along the length of the

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  • Midtown East

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    One of the bustling centers of Manhattan, MidtownEast is home to many of Manhattan's most ambitious: it serves as home to Wall Street entrepreneurs and 9-to-5 folks. This nabe may be all business during the day, but its strong residential community shows by night

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  • Melrose, The Bronx

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    Like the majority of neighborhoods in the South Bronx, Melrose is dominated by renter-occupied housing projects. The neighborhood's main thoroughfare, Melrose Avenue, is a massive shopping district well-loved by Bronx residents. Melrose is served by the 2 and 5 lines.

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  • Rego Park, Queens

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    Named after the prominent Real Good Construction Company, Rego Park’s long time residences make it an incredibly diverse and close-knit community. The restaurants are friendly, your neighbors say hello and you might be greeted with a smile and a request to join one of

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  • Windsor Terrace, Brooklyn

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    Located between Prospect Park and Greenwood Cemetery, Windsor Terrace is around the corner fromPark Slope and has absorbed some of this super popular nabe's vibe. Although several new establishments cater to the growing wave of newcomers, locals still rule the roost in this slice

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  • Farragut, Brooklyn

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    Farragut is bounded by East Flatbush and Flatlands. The neighborhood does not contain the Farragut Houses but it is home to single family houses, small apartments, and duplexes. There are some commercial areas, namely Flatbush Avenue, where one can find anything from a discount

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  • Astoria, Queens

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    Astoria has become one of the most well-known neighborhoods in Queens. The cafe scene is notable here: coffee and pastries highlight the neighborhood's myriad edible offerings. With Astoria Park, a host of shopping and dining options, and speedy commutes to Manhattan, Astoria shines as

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  • Country Club, The Bronx

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    Prized for its proximity to the waterfront, Country Club is as quiet as neighborhoods get in The Bronx. Country Club, for better or for worse, lacks a large commercial area to call its own. As a result, residents often take the short drive to

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