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Upper East Side

Extending from Fifth Avenue and the border of Central Park to the East River, and from 56th Street to the Carnegie Hill area at 96th Street, Manhattan’s fashionable...

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Upper West Side

Centrally located near Columbia University and Lincoln Center, the Upper West Side is a paragon of significant beauty and rich history. The area extends from Central...

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Park Avenue

Among Manhattan’s most famous addresses, Park Avenue is rich in history and significance, and provides the setting for some of the city’s most impressive...

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West Village

A haven for artists, writers, intellectuals and bohemians since the turn of the 20th century, this charming and colorful neighborhood is reminiscent of a European city...

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Union Square

Union Square brings together vibrant business and cultural, medical and educational centers with Union Square real estate. Union Square sits at the crossroads of six...

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TriBeCa

Situated just south of SoHo, TriBeCa (the Triangle Below Canal Street) extends from Canal Street down to Park Place, between Broadway and the Hudson River. Over the...

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