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  1. Hell's Kitchen, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Matt Surrusco/CUNY Journalism)

    Hell’s Kitchen

    Don't be put off by the colorful name — Hell's Kitchen can be a heavenly place to explore. ...
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  2. Harlem, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Skyler Reid/CUNY Journalism)

    Harlem

    Harlem, one of New York's most vibrant neighborhoods, draws visitors from the around the world with its rich cultural heritage, popular restaurants and live jazz clubs. ...
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  3. Greenwich Village, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Armstrong/CUNY Journalism)

    Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village is literally off the grid — its streets don't follow the crisscross pattern that covers most of Manhattan — and has a long history of fostering artistic and offbeat ways of life. ...
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  4. Flatiron, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism)

    Flatiron

    The iconic Flatiron Building anchors the Flatiron District at the intersection of two very famous thoroughfares, Broadway and Fifth Avenue. ...
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  5. Financial District, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Brianne Barry/CUNY Journalism)

    Financial District

    The Financial District, at the southern tip of Manhattan, is the banking capital of the country, a major destination for visitors and the oldest developed part of New York. ...
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  6. East Village, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Jeanette D. Moses/CUNY Journalism)

    East Village

    In the mid-1950s, real estate brokers had a brainstorm: Why not give the northern reaches of the Lower East Side a new name in order to raise rents and sell more property? From then on, the blocks between 14th and Houston Streets, east of Broadway to the East River, would be known as the East Village. ...
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  7. Chinatown, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Menglin Huang)

    Chinatown

    The vibrant sights, sounds and smells of New York's Chinatown makes a visit to it feel like a daytrip to a different city. ...
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  8. Apartment types

    Translating New York’s 15 Apartment Types

    Real estate in New York is nothing short of an obsession, a constant source of delight, envy, anxiety, and pride. When you start looking for a place to rent or own for yourself, if you're not from here, ...
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  9. Times Square, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Natalia V. Osipova/CUNY Journalism)

    Manhattan

    When most people think of New York City, they picture Manhattan, with its towering skyscrapers, glittering Broadway theater marquees and surging crowds of businesspeople racing to important meetings. Among New York's five boroughs, ...
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  10. jazz club

    Harlem Jazz: Where to Go Now

    Duke Ellington's popular tune "Take the 'A' Train" succinctly sums up the state of today's New York jazz scene ...
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