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The Towering Center of New York

Manhattan is the city's biggest and most bustling borough, open 24 hours and packed with more attractions and people than practically any other place on Earth

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Living in Manhattan

It's the vibrant home to millions who treasure its endless choices

On View: Death Becomes Her at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

You can count on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center to showcase cutting-edge fashion even when

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New York City’s 10 Most Desirable Addresses

740 Park Avenue, The Plaza, The Dakota, The Ansonia, The Apthorp. These are iconic, landmark buildings that contain some of the most lavish apartments in New York City,

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About Manhattan

Manhattan is the glittery, bustling heart of New York City. At 23 square miles, it is the smallest of New York's five boroughs. Home to 1.6 million residents, it's also the mostly densely populated. From its origins as a 17th-century Dutch port, Manhattan developed into the cultural and commercial center of the world. Visitors, from all over the globe, flock to the Empire State Building, Broadway, Chinatown, Wall Street and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can sample international cuisine, Read More [+]

DINING

Crepe Sucre (Photo: Hernan F. Rodriguez)

Eat Your Way through the New Gansevoort Market

NYC is going through a food hall heyday of sorts. Gotham West Market spurred the trend when it opened in 2013; Berg’n followed suit when it launched in Brooklyn this summer;

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Raise a Glass: The Old Oscar at The Gilroy

Raise a Glass: The Old Oscar at the Gilroy

Many an evening at the Gilroy, Josh Mazza and Steve Laycock’s cozy Upper East Side hangout, revolves around a Negroni at the copper-topped bar.

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REAL ESTATE

Restoration work on High Bridge, January 2014 (Photo: Jim Henderson/Wikimedia Commons)

The Rebirth of the Legendary High Bridge

For decades, there was no way a pedestrian could walk from the Bronx neighborhood of Highbridge into the Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights.

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The 7 train on an elevated track in Queens (Photo: iStockphoto)

Top Real Estate Trends of 2014

What happened this year in New York City real estate? Unsurprisingly, a lot. Luxury housing dominated not just the Manhattan market, but Brooklyn as well.

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