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  • Midtown

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    While “Midtown” is a blanket term for everything that isn't downtown or uptown in Manhattan, this nabe's boundaries are generally understood to be from the streets numbered in the low thirties to Central Park South. Midtown is Manhattan's central business district, and as a result the majority of skyscrapers …

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  • Downtown, San Francisco

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    SF's number one shopping district, Downtown is a frenzied hub filled with fashionista and tourist activity (duh). Large department stores sell their wares alongside a host of high-end specialty shops. Some of the city’s most well-known hotels are here and the Powell Street cable car ferries tourists to and

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  • Lower Pacific Heights

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    Once considered a seedy spot, Lower Pacific Heights has shed its bad rep and reinvented itself over the years with a shiny new identity. Since the housing boom of the 90s, the real estate here has undergone a considerable revitalization–locals rejoice! Divisadero and Fillmore Streets are a simply stroll

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  • Bronxdale, The Bronx

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    Bronxdale, a small neighborhood north of Pelham Parkway in the central Bronx, is a quiet, subtle area. The neighborhood is centrally located, with ample park space and impressive apartment buildings. Medical and legal offices are not a rare find in Bronxdale. The neighborhood is served by the 2 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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  • Soho

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    SoHo, short for “South of Houston Street,” has long been transformed from an historic warehouse district into the city's destination for high-end shopping and residential lofts. SoHo is home to celebrities and because of this reputation and the shopping, the streets are packed with tourists on the weekend. However,

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  • NoHo

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    Lodged between Soho, NoLita, the East Village, andGreenwich Village is NoHo, which stands for “North of Houston.” NoHo is full of little lofts, great shops, and some of the best cafes in New York. NoHo is a tiny, expensive neighborhood with some great early 20th century architecture. Many

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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 after dining spots. Movie stars

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