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Upper Manhattan includes the neighborhoods of Marble Hill, Inwood, Washington Heights, Harlem (including Sugar Hill, Hamilton Heights and Manhattanville), East Harlem and parts of the Upper West Side.
Upper West Side
The area between Central Park and the Hudson River stretching from 59th Street to 96th is considered the Upper West Side. Tree-lined streets are a signature of this primarily residential neighborhood.
Upper East Side
The area between Central Park and The East River stretching from 59th Street to 96th Street is considered the Upper East Side. The neighborhood features stunning architecture, bountiful cafés, museums and designer boutiques.
The area west of 5th Avenue across to the Hudson River stretching from 14th Street to 59th is considered Midtown West. Its neighborhoods include Chelsea, Clinton, Hell's Kitchen, Fashion District, and the Theater District.
The area east of 5th Avenue all the way to the East River stretching from 26th Street to 59th is considered Midtown East. Its neighborhoods include Gramercy Park, Murray Hill, Turtle Bay, Sutton Place and Tudor City.
Any destination south of 25th Street is considered Downtown Manhattan. Including Chelsea, Greenwich Village, SoHo, NoHo, LoLita, TriBeCa, Little Italy, Chinatown, East Village, Lower East Side, Battery Park City & the Financial District.
Evolving Downtown Brooklyn features a growing number of upscale high-rise apartment buildings amid landmark buildings like Brooklyn Borough Hall and chain stores and discount shops on bustling Fulton Street.
Queens and Long Island City (L.I.C.) is the westernmost residential neighborhood of the New York City borough of Queens. L.I.C. is notable for its beautiful waterfront parks, thriving arts community and proximity to Manhattan.
New Jersey offers a variety of vibrant communities, many offering unparalleled waterfront views of Manhattan’s skyline. Each community has it’s own unique flavor and flair providing an array of diverse restaurants, markets, and shops.