Neighborhood Series


Park Slope

There’s more to Park Slope than just its proximity and connection to Prospect Parks. It has a rich history and offers a beautiful blend of old brownstone architecture and greenery.

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Long Island City

Long Island City had the honor of being an independent city for about three decades before it became part of New York City in 1898.

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Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights is well known for its tree-lined streets, historic architecture, and its easy and quiet atmosphere.

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Midtown West

Midtown West, also known as Hell’s Kitchen, has grown past its industrial roots, and it’s now a thriving residential neighborhood.

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SoHo has changed a lot of colors over the last 400 years and has evolved into a unique blend of industry, artistry, and history.

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Roosevelt Island

Roosevelt Island has seen a lot of change in the last five centuries. Its streets are still dotted with the remnants of its dynamic history.

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Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is a populous neighborhood full of attractions, lively food establishments, and home to a large, diverse community.

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Riverdale offers a unique mix of urban and suburban environments and a lot of greenery and natural beauty.

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Chelsea offers a unique mix of history and new development and is home to a diverse and highly inclusive population.

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