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  1. SoHo, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Jane Teeling/The Local)

    SoHo

    The first New York neighborhood to get an acronym as its official name, SoHo — short for "South of Houston" — is synonymous with upscale shopping. ...
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  2. NoHo, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Jane Teeling/The Local)

    NoHo

    Landmark buildings, cobblestone streets and cultural institutions define NoHo, a relatively small Manhattan neighborhood ...
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  3. Murray Hill, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Kevin Loria/CUNY Journalism)

    Murray Hill

    A rich history spun by names like Astor and Morgan echoes on the leafy streets of Murray Hill, a neighborhood that runs from 34th to 42nd Streets, between Madison Avenue and the East River in Manhattan. ...
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  4. Midtown West, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Ronald Chavez/CUNY Journalism)

    Midtown West

    Few places in the world can rival Midtown West for its concentration of iconic landmarks. ...
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  5. Midtown East, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Fausto Giovanny Pinto/CUNY Journalism)

    Midtown East

    Midtown East is the stuff of New York stereotypes — soaring skyscrapers, taxi-clogged streets and lots of people in suits rushing along the sidewalks. ...
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  6. Meatpacking District, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Jane Teeling/The Local)

    Meatpacking District

    In today's Meatpacking District, animal carcasses and bloody butchers' coats are rare. But this small tract of Downtown Manhattan, ringed by the West Village, Chelsea and the Hudson River, does retain an industrial feel. ...
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  7. Lower East Side, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Menglin Huang)

    Lower East Side

    The Lower East Side (often abbreviated as "LES" on maps and in guidebooks) has come a long way from its working-class roots. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the area was a common first stop for Ukrainian, Italian, Polish, Irish, German and Jewish immigrants. ...
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  8. Little Italy, Manhattan, NY (Photo: Brock Stoneham/CUNY Journalism)

    Little Italy

    Little Italy is often lamented as the incredible shrinking neighborhood. In the mid-19th century, Neapolitan and Sicilian immigrants settled on the blocks from Canal to Houston Streets and Lafayette Street to the Bowery. ...
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  9. april top New York restaurants

    Top 10 New and Noteworthy New York City Restaurants: April 2013

    There are some big-name chefs on this month's list -- with Wylie Dufresne, Andrew Carmellini and Michael Psilakis all adding to their eatery arsenals with spankin' new restaurants. Fin fans, meanwhile, will cheer the news of ...
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  10. Score a deal on rent (photo: iStockphoto)

    9 Ways to Score a Rent Deal

    New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the United States, if not the world, in which to live. It's not unusual for even studio apartments to go for $2,000 a month. Given that most landlords want your annual income to be at least ...
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