NYC / West Village

West Village: Townhouses, boutiques and cafes

One of my favorite neighborhoods in New York City. The West Village was the bohemian hotspot around 1916. In ...

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NYC / Meatpacking District

Meatpacking district: vibrant nightlife & boutiques

Around 1900 the Meatpacking District was a booming industrial area: 250 meat-processing companies such as ...

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NYC / Nolita

Nolita: Cute little neighborhood with cafes and shops

NoLita was part of Little Italy before the 90s. During the 90s the neighborhood developed its own character ...

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NYC / Tribeca

Tribeca: residential neighborhood with beautiful lofts

Tribeca has been transformed in recent years from a 19th-century cast-iron warehouse district to a designer ...

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NYC / Upper East Side

Upper east side: Wealthiest neighborhood in NYC

It all started when the Astor, the Dillon, the Duke and the Pulitzer families moved from Down Town to the ...

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Soho: Cast-iron buildings, designer boutiques, lofts

The SoHo neighborhood is filled with artist lofts, art galleries, ultra-trendy boutiques, exclusive designer ...

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NYC / Central Park

Central park: most famous park in the world

Arguably the most famous park in the world, Central Park was designed in 1858 by landscape architects ...

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NYC / Chelsea

Chelsea: residential neighborhood with many galleries

Chelsea has become a center of the New York art world. The place to be if you're seeking inspiration and love ...

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NYC / Noho

Noho: small neighborhood with loft apartments

NoHo, or NOrth of HOuston Street, is the neighborhood wedged between Greenwich Village, West of Broadway and ...

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NYC / Brooklyn

Brooklyn: hipsters, creatives and musicians

Brooklyn is currently New York's second favorite of its five boroughs. Up until 1883 this area could only be ...

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NYC / Midtown

Midtown: many many many tourists and landmarks

Nowhere do the bright lights of the big city shine brighter than in Midtown. Center of some of New York's most ...

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NYC / East Village & Lower East Side

East Village & Lower East Side: Edgy neighborhoods

Though both East Village (EV) and Lower East Side (LES) have lost some of their rawness, they continue to have ...

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NYC / Flatiron

Nomad, Gramercy & Flatiron District

In the neighborhoods NoMaD and Flatiron you will find offices, shops, apartments and parks. Notice you're ...

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NYC / Financial District

Financial District: wall street & 9/11 memorial

Wall Street is perhaps the Financial District's most famous landmark, along with City Hall and the site of the ...

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