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Armonk

Sitting on the border of New York and Connecticut, Armonk […]

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Astoria

Astoria

Astoria is a large commercial and residential neighborhood next to […]

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Bushwick

Bounded by Flushing Avenue, Broadway, the Cemetery of the Evergreens […]

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Chinatown

NYC’s original Chinatown is one of Manhattan’s oldest neighborhoods and […]

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Edgemont

Edgemont is a small sought-after hamlet, with winding tree-lined streets […]

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Flatbush

Among other things, Flatbush borders Prospect Park and Brooklyn College […]

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Gowanus

Gowanus is sandwiched between Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens, Park Slope […]

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Greenpoint

With its history ingrained in shipbuilding and waterborne commerce, Greenpoint […]

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Harlem

Bounded by Central Park, Park Avenue, the East River, 155th Street, […]

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Harrison

Harrison’s boundaries mimic the shape of a figure-eight. The southern […]

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Noho

Noho, or North of Houston Street, is a small enclave […]

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NoMad

NoMad, North of Madison Square Park, is bounded by 26th Street, […]

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Ridgewood

Ridgewood shares its border with Brooklyn (Bushwick and East Williamsburg), […]

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Riverdale

Riverdale is a residential neighborhood in the northwest portion of […]

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Rye

Situated in the eastern part of central Westchester along the […]

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Scarsdale

Scarsdale is approximately 25 miles from midtown Manhattan Manhattan and […]

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SoHo

Gorgeous cast iron buildings, narrow cobblestoned streets, designer boutiques and […]