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  • Westwood Highlands

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    Westwood Highlands is a small residential nabe where residents take pride in maintaining a low key profile. Street names like Brentwood and Hazelwood welcome visitors to the nabe, as do a few obscure wrought-iron border signs. Otherwise, the nabe remains purposefully obscure while boasting

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  • Long Island City, Queens

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    Once a predominately industrial nabe, Long Island City (a.k. LIC) has quickly become a popular home for artists and professionals looking to live close to Manhattan without the many stresses of the big city. Notable art spaces include MOMA P.S. 1 and ScupltureCenter. Be

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  • Golden Gate Heights

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    Golden Gate Heights’ small windy streets, massive retaining walls, and network of towering staircases characterize this nabe. At the top of the northern side sits Grand Park View, where locals funded and designed a beloved staircase decorated in ornate mosaic–rock on, local art! Often

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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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  • 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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  • Stuyvesant Town

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    Stuyvesant Town is a massive housing development on the east side of Manhattan. Stuy Town, as locals call it, is visually a mix of imposing brick tower blocks and verdant open spaces, replete with amenities usually associated with swankier digs altogether symbolic of its

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  • Forest Hill

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    Wedged between attractive nabes Forest Knolls andInner Parkside, Forest Hill sits right in the heart of San Francisco. Tree lined streets, manicured lawns, and stately homes beckon those who can afford to call it home. Deriving its name from the hill that it sits

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