New York City Neighborhoods

Discover the great neighborhoods of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Learn all about each neighborhood in detail including the history, amenities, schools, transportation as well as available apartments and homes for rent and sale.





Neighborhood Spotlight: SoHo

Overflowing with hip shops and award-winning restaurants, SoHo is one of New York's trendiest neighborhoods. Though known in the 70s ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Upper East Side

One of Manhattan's most celebrated neighborhoods, the Upper East Side is brimming with quaint homes and tree-lined streets. The rich history ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Upper West Side

A homey and residential area, the Upper West Side is one of New York City's most iconic neighborhoods. From the ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Nolita

The neighborhood North of Little Italy, known as Nolita, is one of the city’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Formerly considered part ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: The West Village

Enchanting and expensive are two words I’d use to describe Manhattan’s West Village. The ultimate walkable parcel in downtown, the ...
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Meat Packing District

Neighborhood Spotlight: The Meatpacking District

If you want to mingle with New York’s most glamorous, you’ll inevitably end up in the Meatpacking District. Once a ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Washington Heights

Bordered by Harlem and Inwood and situated between the Hudson and Harlem Rivers, Washington Heights or “The Heights” has kept ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Tribeca

Once a haven for artistic types, Tribeca or “Triangle Below Canal Street” is one of the most costly areas to ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: The Financial District

New York City’s Financial District –– also called “FiDi” –– is much more than just a hub for finance and ...
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Carnegie Hill

Neighborhood Spotlight: Living in Carnegie Hill

In case you’re wondering, Carnegie Hill is a pocket on Manhattan’s Upper East Side and was named after the mansion ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Living in Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park is both a neighborhood and a park.  Living in this Manhattan enclave doesn’t guarantee anyone the privilege of ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: NoHo

Often unfamiliar to non-New Yorkers and considered part of Greenwich Village, NoHo (short for North of Houston) is a dynamic ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Hell’s Kitchen

It wasn’t that long ago when gritty Hell’s Kitchen was a gang-infested, crime-ridden and peep show-filled neighborhood. But like much ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: The East Village

In the ‘70s and ‘80s, the East Village was a seedier, edgier place. Blocks with uninhabited buildings, dark streets, lingering ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Dumbo

Jerry Seinfeld says, “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass” got the abbreviated name, Dumbo because New Yorkers didn’t want to ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Greenpoint, Brooklyn is located in the borough’s northernmost corner. Trendy Williamsburg lies next door, and Long Island City, Queens, is ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Recognized for its tree-lined blocks and intimate feel, Fort Greene is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Boerum Hill

If you long to live in a quaint row house, Boerum Hill might be the New York neighborhood of your ...
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Park Slope

Neighborhood Spotlight: Park Slope, Brooklyn

What’s the big attraction to living in Park Slope? Surely this northwest Brooklyn neighborhood’s denizens keep a running list of ...
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Neighborhood Spotlight: Brooklyn Heights

With its cobblestone streets, signature brownstones, former carriage houses and stately mansions, Brooklyn Heights is one of the most coveted ...
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