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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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  • 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 as a born-and-raised group of

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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 the Gardens. Greenpoint Avenue is

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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 cultural attractions, including a myriad

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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 exudes a small-town atmosphere. Its

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  • Antivirus and Internet Security Software

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    As we become more reliant on our computers and the internet for our daily tasks, more viruses and spyware attacks are affecting large numbers of US households and businesses. There are many antivirus and internet security packages offered on the market, and in some cases free of charge, but you …

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  • St. Nicholas Terrace

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    St. Nicholas Terrace is named for the nearby Saint Nicholas Park, which was built in the early years of the 20th Century. Also known as Sugar Hill, this nabe is home to the City College campus of the City University of New York. The college campus and park dominate

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  • Hudson Square

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    Bounded by the Hudson River, Soho, Tribeca and theWest Village, Hudson Square takes on a medley of characteristics from its surrounding nabes. It sharesSoho’s trendy vibe and low-rise architecture, but also totes an elegant splendor that Tribeca totes. Hot spots for visitors here include the NYC Fire Museum and …

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  • NoLita

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    Nolita, short for “North of Little Italy,” is a small, downtown nabe that blends relatively seamlessly into neighboring SoHo and the Lower East Side. The nabe is most well known for its designer boutique shopping. While not as touristy and hectic as SoHo, Nolita is still a

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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 neighborhood enjoys access to 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 diverse, community-oriented nabe with 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 the daily commuter.

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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 lived here, establishing Bayside as

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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 with lots of green yards

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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 moved in, and with them

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  • 6 Things Everyone Should Know About The Real Estate Consumer

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    We published a new white paper, The Demand for Better Neighborhood Information: A Consumer Perspective.

    While the real estate industry has been adopting new local data solutions that attempt to provide neighborhood context, consumers have still been telling us that they are unsatisfied with the available offerings. To understand …

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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 sought-after high rises, lofts, and

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  • Oakland Gardens, Queens

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    Oakland Gardens, not to be confused with nearbyBayside as they do overlap a bit, boasts some of the best public schools in New York City. Founded during the 1800s as a railroad town, some families settled there and generations after stayed in this charmed community. As for transportation, today,

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  • Navy Hill, Brooklyn

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    Navy Hill is a small, industrial-looking neighborhood right next to the Navy Yard in Brooklyn. The 3,000 people living in Navy Hill are mostly blue collar and fairly diverse. The residential parts of Navy Hill are low-rise apartment buildings similar to the more gritty areas of neighboring Vinegar Hill

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  • Soundview-Bruckner, The Bronx

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    Soundview-Bruckner is the northern section ofSoundview, separated from many of Soundview's features by the Bruckner Expressway. The neighborhoods are linked by pedestrian bridges and the Bronx River Parkway. As a result, Soundview-Bruckner has developed a few of its own characteristics, including tree-lined streets, massive apartment complexes, and its very

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  • Ditmas Park, Brooklyn

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    Ditmas Park, officially recognized as a historic district, is a residential neighborhood in West Flatbushcherished for its antique Victorian style homes. The area has quickly transformed into a notable hub of activity due to the introduction of coffee shops, bars, and restaurants on Cortelyou Road.

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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. Rockaway Avenue is the main

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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 a pastoral, post-dinner walk. Inwood …

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  • Meatpacking District

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    The Meatpacking District–once infamous as an industrial wasteland rife with seedy goings on–is now a trendy nightlife and shopping area on the Hudson between the West Village and Chelsea. Cobblestone streets and converted brick buildings lend the Meatpacking District a certain otherworldly ambiance at night, drawing weekend crowds from the

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  • Upper West Side

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    New York's elite Upper West Side borders the west side of Central Park, and presents itself as a slightly more intellectual, casual alternative to the vibe across the park in the Upper East Side. Stunning performances at Lincoln Center and streets of brownstones dotted with newer luxury condos typify

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  • Garment District

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    New York's Garment District–located in downtownMidtown between the Flatiron district and Times Square–was named after the early 20th century clothing and fashion industry that called it home. While the local industry has waned, the Garment District is still a center for distribution, storage, and small cutting and sewing operations.

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  • Soundview, The Bronx

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    Soundview is a neighborhood in the southern Bronx. Further divided into the neighborhoods of Soundview-Bruckner and Bronx River, the area as a whole is dominated by large buildings. Because the area is cut in two by the Brucnker Expressway, Soundview certainly gets its fair share of car traffic. It

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  • Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

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    As the nabe grows in popularity, Carroll Gardens continues to see an influx of new residents. The area is chock full of brownstones, townhouses, and new condos dotted with some open green spaces. Sharing Smith St. with neighboring Boerum Hill and Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens offers a host of

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  • Norton Protecting Your Children

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    As you send and receive emails to people you are familiar with, you open and download documents such as pictures and links to other sites. This process is a well-known vulnerability among hackers, who take advantage of the opportunity through disguising themselves as your common e-mail contacts. They …

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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 and several eateries along the

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