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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 performing arts center.
Adjacent to Chinatown, Little Italy is steeped in old world European tradition and offers aromatic bakeries, cafes and restaurants around Mulberry and Grand Streets.
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 20th centuries.
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 found anywhere and some of the most desirable neighborhoods, from Gramercy Park to Greenwich Village, SoHo, the Upper East Side and TriBeCa.
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 landmark Historic District, designated in 2003.
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 exquisite restaurants, casual eateries and shops, the gleaming Art Deco splendor of the Chrysler Building, the United Nations complex, Rockefeller Center, St.
Stretching west of Fifth Avenue to the Hudson River, Midtown West has been transformed through extensive redevelopment over the past decade.
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 churches and the main campus of Columbia University.
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 namesake park, also known as Marcus Garvey Park, one of Manhattan’s oldest public spaces.
Murray Hill is a lovely enclave in Midtown East, located between Fifth Avenue and the F.D.R.
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.
Riverdale is a hidden enclave located just ten miles up the Hudson River from Midtown Manhattan.


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