UPPER EAST SIDE
The Upper East Side is a neighborhood in the borough of Manhattan. It runs from 59th St & Central Park up to 96th Street and the River. It is one of the most affluent areas of New York City. The largest landmarks Area in NYC is in the Upper East Side. Mansions and Townhoues were built for Americas Elite. It is where the Rockefellers, Kennedys, and Roosevelts have had their homes. It's home to the Gracie Mansion and Carl Schurz Park along the East River.
The Upper East Side hosts some of the most famous Museums in the whole world. The Gugenheim Museum on east 89th Street and the Metropolitan Museum of Art on 5th Avenue and 82nd St. Also home to Hunter College, Cornell, NYU and many others. You also have access to Central Park. And the most prestigious Hotels such as the Pierre, Plaza and the Carlyle. Famous Singers, Actors and Actresses and 1st Lady has resided in this neighborhood!
Chelsea is located on the westside in Manhattan. It lies above 14th Street and right below 30th Street. Its Mainly residential. You have row houses, and buildings in the area. The Meat packing District has become a fashion Mecca with designer boutiques. Trendy Restaurants, Lounges and night clubs.
You have the famous Chelsea Market where Emiril Lagasse films his cooking shows and a great array of food markets. Also notable on the west side is a huge complex where you can enjoy all types of sports from golf range, to bowling, hockey and much more this is called Chelsea Piers.
Chelsea is one of the most desired neighborhoods to live downtown. You have a mix of luxury high rises. Pre war Buildings, such as the London Terrace. You also have rows of beautiful homes.
Midtown West /Clinton. Its hip and happening in Hells Kitchen! Midtown West is just north of Chelsea from 34th Street and up to 59th Street from Eight Avenue in the east and Hudson River to the West. Its vibrant neighborhood and has attracted many dwellers due to the new Luxury High rise Condominiums and Rental developments along the west side offering many amenites. You will also find many great restaurants, bars and shops, along Eighth and Ninth Avenues. You are near Times Square and the Theatre District, Home to Radio City Music Hall, The Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall. For means of transportation you have the Trains and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Astoria is located in the Northwestern part of Queens, NY. It is a vibrant town and consists of several zip codes and is a safe residential neighborhood. Geographically its very close to Manhattan and this provides a great convenience for many. Astoria was originally settled by immigrants from Greece and Italy and and now it's a melting pot of all nationalities. One of the many attractive reasons to come to Astoria is because it offers a great neighborhood Community. You still have the local butcher, and the "mom and pop" shops around.
It's famous Streets include Steinway Street. Named after the Piano Maker. Astoria offers a great variety of shops,excellent restaurants, bars,cafes and lounges. There is always so much to do. Whether you want to take a stroll in Astoria Park or go shopping on Steinway Street. The most attractive reason to come to Astoria is the cost of living is much more affordable than Manhattan. In order to save money many people have crossed the bridge over to Astoria, Queens. Some of the popular places to visit are: Astoria Park, Kaufman Studios, Museum of the Moving Image. Hells Gate Bridge,The Bohemian Beer Garden. Steinway Street, Broadway, 30th Ave and Ditmars Blvd.
LONG ISLAND CITY
Long Island City is the western most area of Queens. Long Island City once known only for its industrial area and factories now boasts some of queens trendiest High rise Complexes. Top Knotch Brand New Rentals and Condos featuring a vast array of amenities. From Swimming pools to valet parking and residents lounge, and floor to ceiling windows to grasp the best city and river views. It s home to the Noguchi Musuem, Sculpture Park and Wholesale giant Costco, Fresh Direct, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), and PS1.
You can Commute to Manhattan via Water taxi. Great Gantry park and Museums surround the Area. Enjoy the perks of city living with out ever having to cross the bridge. For transportation you can catch thhe 7 E F G N M and Q Trains.
One of the most vibrant and diverse communities in New York is Jackson Heights. Located in northwestern part of Queens this is where you will discover beautifully architectured buildings that have been designated with a Landmark Status. In the Jackson Heights Landmark District you will come across quaint tree lined streets and a beautiful gardens and courtyards alike. Jackson Heights is also famous for its Fantastic Restaurants from Indian Cuisine Jackson Diner and Pio Pio Peruvian Cuisine and Little Colombia. Every Summer Jackson Heights hosts the Queens Pride Parade and Multicultural Festival.
There is a farmers market and flea markets too. Along 37th Avenue you will have shops and well ofcourse a Starbucks coffee shop. To Visit Jackson Heights you may get off on the 82nd Street Station on the 7 Train and also runs through by 74th Street Train Hub where you have access to many trains including the Express Trains. You ll be able to catchn the 7, E, F R andM Trains.
Flushing is located in the northern part of the Borough of Queens, NY. It was originally settled by the Dutch in 1645. It is now a diverse Community and is served by the LIRR as well as the 7 Trains and many buses for transportation. Flushing is mainly residential area however Main Street Flushing is primarily a commercial Area where you will find shops, markets and retail businesses. Also Home to the NY Mets and Citifield. Also another landmark is Flushing Meadows Park where you will find the famous Unisphere.
Inwood, is located at the northern tip of Manhattan NY making it close to the Bronx. Inwood is also home to Columbia University and home to the famous Cloisters which is a part of the Metropolitan Museum. There are also several Parks in the Neighborhood. Fort Tyron Park where the Cloisters are located and Inwood Hill Park. There are scenic views of the New Jersey Palisades and the Hendry Hudson Bridge. Inwood Hill Park A Trains are located at The 207th Street Subway Station which most residents use. Broadway is where you will find most retail stores and restaurants.