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Battery Park City
On Manhattan's southernmost point, Battery Park City sits on the East and Hudson Rivers and offers Manhattan condos with commanding views to Governor's Island, Staten Island, the...
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Brooklyn, NY
Directly across the East River from Manhattan, Brooklyn's charming historic neighborhoods offer an escape from the city yet are just a short trip from Manhattan via subway or the...
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Chelsea
Situated on Manhattan's West Side between 14th and 30th Streets, along the Hudson River, Chelsea has become one of the city's most dynamic neighborhoods. With amazing Manhattan...
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Clinton
NYC real estate in Clinton offers an ideal Midtown location. Clinton encompasses the area between 34th and 59th Streets between Eighth Avenue and the Hudson River, just west of Times Square...
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East 30's
Nestled between Murray Hill and Gramercy Park on Manhattan's East Side, Kips Bay offers New York City condos in a quiet, understated neighborhood encompassing the area from 24th to 34th...
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Fifth Avenue
Among Manhattan's most famous addresses, Fifth Avenue is rich in history and significance, and provides the setting for exceptional New York City real estate. In the coveted reaches of...
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Flatiron
New York City real estate in the Flatiron District extends from 14th Street to 23rd Street between Park Avenue and Sixth Avenue. The district's namesake is the famous triangular-shaped,...
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Gramercy Park
An historic gem, Manhattan real estate in Gramercy Park offers the atmosphere of a small village, with New York City’s only private park as its exquisite centerpiece, yet lies in...
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Greenwich Village
Legendary in its rich history and cultural significance, Greenwich Village real estate offers a sought-after address in what is perhaps the city's most famous neighborhood. This lively...
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Hamilton Heights
Hamilton Heights is a neighborhood on Harlem’s western edge and was designated an Historic District between the years of 2000 and 2002. Manhattan real estate in Hamilton Heights...
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Harlem
Famous as the site of the 1920s renaissance of African American culture, historic Harlem is a vibrant neighborhood currently undergoing a second renaissance in commerce, culture, property...
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Kip's Bay
Nestled between Murray Hill and Gramercy Park on Manhattan's East Side, Kips Bay is a quiet, understated neighborhood encompassing the area from 24th to 34th Streets between Third...
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Lincoln Center
Centrally located between Midtown West and the Upper West Side, Lincoln Center is home to the internationally acclaimed Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the world's largest...
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Little Italy
Adjacent to Chinatown, Little Italy is steeped in old world European tradition and offers aromatic bakeries, cafes and restaurants around Mulberry and Grand Streets. This close-knit...
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Lower East Side
Manhattan's Lower East Side is rich in history as the country's most famous immigrant neighborhood, a gateway to America for Eastern Europeans arriving in the late 19th and early...
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Manhattan
Considered by many to be both the cultural and the financial capital of the world, the island of Manhattan covers an area of over 23 square miles featuring some of the most famous landmarks...
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Meatpacking District
The Meatpacking District, also known as the Gansevoort Market District, is the rising star of cutting-edge New York style yet also celebrates its commercial past as the city's newest...
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Midtown East
In the heart of Manhattan, Midtown East is home to a myriad of the city's most famous landmarks and attractions including magnificently restored Grand Central Terminal, now also hosting...
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Midtown West
Stretching west of Fifth Avenue to the Hudson River, Midtown West has been transformed through extensive redevelopment over the past decade. Along with its major business district, Midtown...
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Morningside Heights
Set high on the bluffs of the Hudson River, Morningside Heights is a lovely neighborhood on Manhattan's Upper West Side, anchored by Morningside and Riverside Parks, magnificent...
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Mount Morris Park
The historic Harlem neighborhood of Mount Morris Park encompasses a designated Historic District approximately between West 120th and 125th Streets, directly to the west and south of its...
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Murray Hill
Murray Hill is a lovely enclave in Midtown East, located between Fifth Avenue and the F.D.R. Drive, extending from 34th Street to 40th Street. In a prime location just south of Grand 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 real estate. In the...
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Roosevelt Island
Roosevelt Island is a haven just off the coast of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Easily accessible from the F train or the aerial tramway, Roosevelt Island is a charming mix of...
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SoHo
One of New York's most desirable and stylishly eclectic neighborhoods, SoHo has a long history, which holds the story of a remarkable renaissance. An artistic haven, this former...
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Sutton Place
Enjoying sweeping scenery overlooking the East River, Sutton Place is an elegant enclave combining a convenient Midtown location with an atmosphere of graciousness and serenity. Sutton Place...
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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 past two decades, TriBeCa...
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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 subway lines, placing...
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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 Upper East Side is...
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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 Park West to the Hudson...
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