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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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  • 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. This makes it unique, and

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  • Belmont, The Bronx

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    Populated mostly by one and two family homes, Williamsbridge is located north of Bronxdale and south of Wakefield. The massive Gun Hill Road runs along its southern end, and the 2 train through its center. Recent renovations to areas inside the nabe have made Williamsbridge more attractive for locals

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  • Corona, Queens

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    Bordered by Flushing Meadows to the east, Corona is a contemporary NYC nabe, with brick and wood frame single-family homes rising in price and giving way to two and three family units. The location of the 1939 and 1964 World's Fair, Corona is presently home to Citi Field, the

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  • Kingsbridge

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    Close to both Riverdale and Van Cortlandt Park, Kingsbridge should not be confused with the similarly-named Kingsbridge Heights, which lies just on the other side of the Major Deegan Expressway. Though lacking somewhat in the commercial sphere, Kingsbridge maintains its status as an attractive nabe for renters and homeowners …

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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. Visitors (read, “tourists) flock to

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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 view of the Harlem River

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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 by beach cruisers. New York

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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 of quiet New York.

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  • Gowanus, Brooklyn

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    Gowanus may have been an industrial wasteland in years past, but now new residential developments are filling the empty spaces between Gowanus' longstanding warehouses and modest rowhouses. Gradually being liberated from the stigma of its once infamously polluted man-made canal, Gowanus has become a hip location for bars and

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  • Lenox Hill

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    A finely manicured pocket nabe in the Upper East Side, Lenox Hill lives up to the UES rep: primarily residential and incredibly pristine streets that boast Upper Manhattan’s sophisticated vibe. Residents here enjoy local shops and eateries, but the best draw of this nabe by far is Central Park:

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    With the help of Deal of the Day, you can save up to 50% off their travel packages. Places like Rio de Janeiro, Palm Springs and Cancun have previously been the destinations. When you book hotel, car rental and flight in package, you usually spend less money than when you …

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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 peninsula. The neighborhood was once

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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 as restaurants and bars fill

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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 the many active community groups,

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  • Park Slope, Brooklyn

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    Park Slope is a brownstone neighborhood extending west down a hill from Prospect Park. Residents are quite proud of its status as the creme de la creme of gentrified Brooklyn. Resident families and professionals are typically savvy, progressive, and eco-friendly big city dwellers with a neighborly sensibility. Shops, restaurants,

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  • Pelham Parkway, The Bronx

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    Squeezed between Jerome Avenue and Webster Avenue, Mount Hope is an 80-block neighborhood run through by Grand Concourse. Though the area consists mostly of large, six-story apartments, smaller single-and multi-family homes are also present. Green space is also present, as Richman Park is in the area. Mount Hope is

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  • Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn

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    Greenwood Heights is a quiet Brooklyn nabe named after the historical Greenwood Cemetery. Bordered by South Slope to the south and Bush Terminal to the west, the area is known for its eclectic wood-frame houses and a recent influx of condominiums.
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  • Must See Events at the Finger Lakes of New York

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    These are seasonal events not to be missed at the Finger Lakes of New York.

    The Finger Lakes of Upper State New York are home to many scenic, winding roads that ultimately lead to the area's most treasured tourist attractions — its wineries. Many wine lovers flock to the Finger

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  • Sutton Place

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    Sutton Place spans a few blocks on the border between Midtown and the Upper East Side. Perched on the East River, Sutton Place is known as a home to some of New York's most elite residents. The elegant, historic buildings, well-manicured public parks and private grounds of Sutton

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  • Hollis, Queens

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    Hollis is a residential neighborhood in Queens that blends aspects of the suburbs and the city. Known for a history in hip-hop music, Hollis is in very close in proximity to Queens Village and Jamaica. While this nabe is more industrial than most other parts of Queens, Hollis still

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  • DUMBO, Brooklyn

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    An acronym for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass” (what a mouthfull!), DUMBO is a waterfront community filled with character and charm. Warehouses transitioned into lofts, historic architecture, cobblestone streets, and of course the bridges themselves mingle together to create a vibe that's classic and edgily hip at the

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  • East Flatbush, Brooklyn

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    East Flatbush is a residential neighborhood in north central Brooklyn. East Flatbush and Nostrand Avenues are the centers of commerce serving East Flatbush residents, many of whom work at one of it's three hospitals. A common complaint is the lack of easy access to public transportation.

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  • Morrisania, The Bronx

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    Located firmly within the South Bronx, south of the Cross Bronx Expressway and north of East 161st Street, Morrisania in the present day is much-improved from its condition during the 1970s. The area is served by the 2 line.

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  • Hudson Heights

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    Hudson Heights is a pleasant Washington Heightspocket nabe nestled alongside the Hudson River (thus the name) in upper Manhattan. Bragging rights go to Hudson Heights for having the highest elevation in NY. Streets here are tree lined and filled with apartment high rises and a nice selection of locally …

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  • Morningside Heights

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    Morningside Heights is almost synonymous with Columbia University, though the savvy local will be quick to point out many other landmarks in the neighborhood, like Riverside Church. The behemoth of university life continues to expand (or encroach, depending on who you ask) into neighboring Harlem, making Morningside Heights a

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  • Maspeth, Queens

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    Maspeth is a small and quaint Queens nabe right next to the Brooklyn borderline. Maspeth boasts two/three family homes and row houses, small shops, and an excellent view of the Manhattan skyline. Since no subway lines serve this nabe, Maspeth is a bit isolated from the rest of the

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  • Parkchester, The Bronx

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    Dominated by the brown facades of the one hundred buildings of the Parkchester Apartment Complex, Parkchester is perhaps defined by its skyline. But there is still much to be found outside the high-rises. Parkchester also houses quite a few multi-unit homes, not to mention multiple supermarkets and recreation areas.

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