MANHATTAN: UPPER WEST SIDE. February 13, 2014. Ensconced between Central Park and Riverside Park, the Upper West Side area between West 90th and West 99th streets is known for its stunning architecture, plethora of food options and acclaimed schools.
BROOKLYN: CROWN HEIGHTS. By Devorah Lev-Tov. January 21, 2016. Crown Heights is at a crossroads. The central Brooklyn neighborhood, characterized by a mix of historic brownstones, dilapidated structures and new condos, is still somewhat affordable. But locals wonder if the recent constructions — and their wealthier residents — will eventually outnumber the older buildings. At the same time, the neighborhood is experiencing a thriving dining and nightlife scene.
MANHATTAN; UWS: Museum of Natural History and more between 70-79th streets. By Alison Fox. December 9, 2016. It’s a picture-perfect neighborhood made for the movies. Sandwiched between two lush parks, the Upper West Side from 70th to 79th streets is a quiet enclave where shopping and dining are plentiful, neighbors know each other by name and Hollywood has come calling when looking for a quintessential New York City location.
MANHATTAN: UPPER EAST SIDE (in the 90s), by LISA FRASER, February 4, 2015. Family-friendly, quiet and surrounded by culture, the Upper East Side between 90th and 99th streets is great for those looking for a laid-back place to live. Hugged by Central Park on the west and the East River on the east, this section of the Upper East Side is a big draw for many families attracted to its pre-war townhouses, the park and retail boutiques.
QUEENS: JACKSON HEIGHTS offers diversity, affordability and easy transportation By Adrienne Jordan. February 10, 2016. Nicknamed “The World’s Borough,” Queens is one of the most culturally diverse urban areas on the planet, and Jackson Heights is often considered its epicenter. For those with a healthy appetite, the neighborhood boasts an enviable food scene, thanks to various ethnic enclaves including large Indian, South American and South Asian populations.
QUEENS: RIDGEWOOD. By Dartunorro Clark. April 20, 2016. When crossing the Bushwick border into Ridgewood, it’s hard to tell when you leave Brooklyn and enter Queens. The brick row houses, along with the coffee shops, kitschy bars and art galleries popping up throughout Ridgewood evoke a Brooklyn aura.
BROOKLYN: FLATBUSH. November 19, 2014. Flatbush is truly a neighborhood of contrasts. At the northern end of Flatbush Avenue goats’ heads and cows’ feet are sold from a small butcher shop. Over at the southern end, where Flatbush and Nostrand avenues intersect, are bigger businesses like Target and Applebee’s. The diversity of Flatbush represents a range of cultures, such as Caribbean, Pakistani, Indian, Bangladeshi, Central American, West Indian, Jewish and Asian.
MANHATTAN: UES: between 90-99th streets. By Patrick McGovern. January 6, 2017. When searching for a neighborhood with spacious housing for affordable prices in Manhattan, the Upper East Side is not what first comes to mind for most New Yorkers. But there’s more to the section between East 90th and 99th streets than the luxury condos and one-family townhouses lining Fifth and Park avenues and their side streets.
MANHATTAN: UPPER WEST SIDE. Enjoy Central Park, Symphony Space, more between 90-99th streets. By Matthew Sedacca. September 1, 2016. On a sunny day in the Upper West Side neighborhood between West 90th and 99th streets, you’re likely to pass a sea of sweat-beaded joggers, dogs with pink leashes strutting tiny legs and chirping toddlers on neon scooters rolling alongside parents.
MANHATTAN: FLATIRON. March 5, 2014. In Flatiron, foodies flock to the area’s array of restaurants, tourists gawk at the iconic Old New York architectural styles of the buildings and locals visit the small cabaret and improv comedy venues or gather at Madison Square Park during the warm months.