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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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  • Far Rockaway, Queens

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    Part of the Rockaway Peninsula, Far Rockaway is an oceanfront nabe in Queens. Peppered with vast amounts of land, Far Rockaway offers a lot to potential developers. Historically significant, Far Rockaway's buildings and landscape have persevered through numerous different economic and social climates.

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  • Howard Beach, Queens

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    A waterfront neighborhood in southwestern Queens, Howard Beach is made up of spacious single-family homes and thus has a very suburban feel to it. Most New Yorkers know the name Howard Beach because it serves as an important transit hub: the spot where the

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  • Bay Terrace (Queens), Queens

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    Stellar waterfront views are the attraction in Bay Terrace, which overlooks the East River and Long Island Sound at the point where they meet. Long considered part of Bayside, Bay Terrace began developing its own identity when the housing development and shopping center of

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  • Forest Hills, Queens

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    Forest Hills is a charming neighborhood that fuses the tranquility of the suburbs with the convenience and variety of the city. Considered one of Queens' most desirable neighborhoods, Forest Hills has some of the most upscale housing in Queens. Its main streets, Queens Boulevard

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  • Morris Park, The Bronx

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    Quiet and unassuming, Morris Park is home primarily to one and two family homes. Dotted here and there by larger apartment buildings, the skies of the area are dominated in the east by Jacobi Medical Center, Albert Einstein School of Medicine, and others. For

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  • Little Italy

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    An iconic NYC nabe, Little Italy is composed a few bustling streets packed to the brim with colorful decorations, vendors toting their wares, and tons of authentic restaurants with a slightly kitschy vibe. Little Italy certainly is a little nabe–its borders have been shrinking

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  • Tudor City

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    Tudor City, as its name suggests, is a city within a city. Composed of eleven large apartment complexes in charming brick, Tudor City features opulent amenities, including two private parks, several health clubs, restaurants, a dry cleaner, tailor, and its own post office. Most

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  • Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn

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    Vinegar Hill is a very small, historic waterfront district between the navy yard and DUMBO in Brooklyn lined with beautiful cobblestone streets. Home to some 19th Century Federal style homes as well as some neo-classical homes, Vinegar Hill is one of the most charming

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  • Gravesend, Brooklyn

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    Gravesend is one of the oldest settlements in Brooklyn. Containing several historical homes and the Gravesend Cemetery, it's also famous for its Marlboro houses that are run by the New York City Housing Authority. The neighborhood borders two waterfront neighborhoods, Sheepshead Bay and Gerritsen

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  • Broad Channel, Queens

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    Perched in Jamaica Bay upon Rulers Bar Hassock is Broad Channel, an island community that exudes the charm of a maritime fishing village. Although built on the only inhabited island in Jamaica Bay, Broad Channel has its own subway stop and is connected to

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  • Lower East Side

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    In recent years, the Lower East Side has absorbed the creative, retail, and nightlife scenes of bordering downtown nabes like the East Village, Chinatown, and Little Italy. Lower East Side locals thrive in this unique nabe and foster a vibrant community filled with trendy

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  • South Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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    Situated by the Williamsburg Bridge, SouthWilliamsburg is filled with old warehouses and factories. These buildings along with the nabe's rowhouses have become new homes for young artists, musicians and scenesters seeking low rents. As opposed to Williamsburg proper, South Williamsburgis in an earlier stage

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  • Bergen Beach, Brooklyn

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    Nestled between Flatlands and Canarsie, Bergen Beach is a lovely, residential community in southeast Brooklyn. This seaside slice of Americana was in fact an island off Canarsie until it was filled in during the early 1900s to connect it to the rest of Brooklyn.

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  • Briarwood, Queens

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    Often mistaken for Jamaica, Queens, Briarwood is one of the borough's most well-kept secrets. Tree-lined streets typify its residential streets while Queens and Parsons Boulevards are replete with shopping and dining options. Centrally located, Briarwood is a very commuter friendly neighborhood with access to

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  • Springfield Gardens, Queens

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    Located in southeastern Queens is Springfield Gardens, a quiet residential community. The neighborhood consists of Victorians and single family brick homes and enjoys the designation of having one of the oldest churches in the borough within its bounds. Farmers and Merrick Boulevards are the

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  • Middle Village, Queens

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    Middle Village is located in west central Queens. Metropolitan Ave is the main drag. Here, you'll find residents browsing shops and indulging in local eats. Public transportation is limited–Middle Village residents often use cars for their main source of transportation.

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  • What Are the Services Offered at Hotels.com?

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    Hotels.com provides travelers with a one-stop shopping source for amenities, availability and hotel pricing. They also specialize in offering travelers with accommodations during periods where lodgings are typically sold-out. Hotels.com has connections with different major chain hotels and even with some smaller and independent hotels. They also have connections with …

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  • West Village

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    The West Village preserves the charm of city planning gone by with well-kept nineteenth century brownstones and a fair amount of winding cobblestone streets. A bit preppier than its rockin’ cousin the East Village, the West Village still hosts a boisterous nightlife scene and sought

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  • Columbus Circle

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    A landmark NYC destination, this nabe takes its name from the circular drive and towering Christopher Columbus monument at its center. The circle is filled with mainstream amenities: numerous subway trains, luxury hotels, luxe shopping and dining in the massive glass Time Warner Center,

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  • Coney Island, Brooklyn

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    Coney Island has long evoked a seaside boardwalk and carnival midway in the popular imagination, but it is also home to a minor league baseball stadium, an aquarium, and about 100,000 residents. Within Coney Island proper, there is a very diverse spread of homeowners

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  • Fort Greene, Brooklyn

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    Fort Greene is a tree-lined neighborhood in northwest Brooklyn in between Clinton Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Home to many cultural landmarks–such as the Brooklyn Academy of Music–Fort Greene is a place rich with culture. The nabe borders the Atlantic Avenue

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  • West Farms, The Bronx

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    Located in the central west Bronx, West Farms is bordered on its northern end by Bronx Park and on its southern end by the Cross-Bronx Expressway. The area is perhaps best known for being in very close proximity to the Bronx Zoo, with West

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  • East Elmhurst, Queens

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    East Elmhurst lies in the northwest corner of the borough of Queens. Not currently know as celebrity haven, East Elmhurst does have a star-studded history. During the 1950s and 1960's East Elmhurst was home to many cultural legends including Dizzy Gillespie, Langston Hughes, Louis

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  • Ridgewood, Queens

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    Bordering the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bushwick is Ridgewood, an area known for its brick and stone row houses. Densely settled, Ridgewood was developed at the turn of the 20th century with its homes retaining the appeal and architectural integrity of the period. Myrtle Avenue

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  • Hamilton Heights

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    Hamilton Heights was first developed in the late 19th century when the subway was extended north. Since then, it has served as an escape for Manhattanites looking to escape some of the stresses of the city. The buildings are a mix of brownstones, rowhouses,

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  • Chinatown

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    Chinatown is one of a handful of Manhattan nabes that retains the historic character for which it is famous. A great place to explore, Chinatown offers hole-in-the-wall restaurants, open air fish markets, and tiny shops. Most of the apartment buildings in Chinatown are tenement-style,

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  • Kips Bay

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    Kips Bay, a nabe on the East River between 23rd and 34th street, lies between Gramercy, Murray Hill, andTudor City. Kips Bay is home to several college campuses, two large hospitals, office buildings, the huge and modern Kips Bay Towers, and St. Vartan's Park.

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  • Glendale, Queens

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    Glendale, known for its cemeteries, rests along the Brooklyn border in southeast Queens and bordersRidgewood, Maspeth, Middle Village, and Forest Hills. The community is known for being tight-knit and a place people never leave. Glendale is lacking in train commute options, but the area

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