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Chelsea

Built in 1830, New York’s Chelsea neighbourhood is a contemporary art district known for its beautiful amalgamation of indust...

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East Village

The East Village is an area east of Broadway to the East River, between 14th Street and Houston Street. There are several sma...

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Gramercy Park

Gramercy is a private and centrally located neighbourhood, embracing a cosy village charm. The warm and inviting place is qu...

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Lower East Side

Located in Lower Manhattan, Lower East Side is an energetic and diverse neighbourhood in New York that breathes fashion. Once...

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Midtown East

A highly popular place where ambitious professional New Yorkers come to work, the Midtown East neighbourhood is home to Manha...

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Midtown West

Home to some of the most iconic buildings and skyscrapers like the Empire State Building, the headquarters of the United Nati...

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Murray Hill

There is more to Murray Hill than hoarse nightlife and hip cafes. This famous neighbourhood in midtown Manhattan in New York ...

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Union Square

The gateway to downtown, Union Square is a popular cultural, business and education hub, surrounded by mix of corporate build...

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Upper East Side

The posh buildings and high-end boutiques define The Upper East Side, an area in New York’s Manhattan. It is located between ...

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Upper West Side

Upper West Side is where you saw Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan living in You’ve Got Mail and where Jerry called home in Seinfeld.

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West Village

Characterised by curving streets, eccentric passages and notable townhouses, West Village is one of the most preferred neighb...