NEIGHBORHOODS

Brooklyn to the Bronx, Queens to Staten, we know this city like the back of our hands and we are here to move you through it.

BROOKLYN

Bed-Stuy

Bed Stuy has become increasingly trendy in the past decade. Similar to neighboring Bushwick, Williamsburg, and Clinton Hill, the area has transformed into a haven for artists and young families.
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Brooklyn Heights

Brooklyn Heights is a posh residential area of elegant brownstones. It’s known for its tree-lined promenade along the East River, with unrivaled views of Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty.
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Bushwick

Bushwick, which neighbors Brooklyn’s astoundingly popular Williamsburg neighborhood, has a storied past. In the 19th century, it was a vital part of America’s beer history and known as the beer capital.
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Carroll Gardens

Known for its Italian-American roots, Brooklyn’s Carroll Gardens neighborhood shows its heritage in the many traditional Italian cafes and shops on Court and Smith streets.
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Cobble Hill

Laid-back Cobble Hill is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, known for the hip cafes, relaxed bars and casual restaurants along Court Street, its main artery.
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Ditmas Park

Ditmas Park is home to the recently restored Kings Theatre. Before that, people likely knew the neighborhood because they’d gone to an event at Sycamore.
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Downtown Brooklyn

Evolving Downtown Brooklyn features a growing number of upscale high-rise apartment buildings amid landmark buildings like Brooklyn Borough Hall and chain stores and discount shops on bustling Fulton Street.
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Fort Greene

Anchored by its namesake park, Fort Greene is a family-friendly, tree-lined neighborhood of Brooklyn. The community’s diversity is evident in the mix of casual eateries, hip bars and indie shops, many of which line DeKalb and Myrtle avenues.
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Park Slope

Down-to-earth Park Slope is a residential neighborhood of tree-lined streets and historic brownstones in Brooklyn. It’s known for its open-minded community of families and young professionals.
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Prospect Lefferts Gardens

Prospect Lefferts Gardens is a residential neighborhood in the Flatbush area of the New York City borough of Brooklyn.
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Williamsburg

Williamsburg is a hip neighborhood in Brooklyn that draws the young and the fashionable to its chic boutiques, trendy cafes and buzzy restaurants.
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MANHATTAN

Chelsea

Chelsea is a composite of town houses, low-rise apartment buildings, luxury high-rises and trendy attractions like the High Line, the elevated park built atop former railroad tracks.
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East Village

The East Village is known for its happening nightlife. Old-school bars, music venues and performance spaces share the streets with posh cocktail lounges, hip restaurants.
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Financial District

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Flatiron

Named after the iconic wedge-shaped Flatiron Building, this commercial neighborhood is also home to tall apartment buildings and office high-rises.
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Greenwich Village

The epicenter of the city’s 1960s counterculture movement, the tree-lined streets of Greenwich Village are now a hub of popular cafes, bars and restaurants.
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Lower East Side

The eclectic Lower East Side is where gritty alleys and tenement-style buildings mix with upscale apartments and chic boutiques. Nighttime draws hip, young crowds to the area’s trendy bars, music venues and restaurants.
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Midtown

Midtown Manhattan is the central portion of the borough of Manhattan in New York City. Midtown is home to some of the city’s most iconic buildings, including the Empire State Building,
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Murray Hill

Murray Hill’s tree-lined streets are filled with townhouses, modern apartment buildings and businesses.
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Upper East Side

The posh, residential Upper East Side is known for its wealthy denizens, fancy restaurants and designer shops along Madison Avenue. It’s a pretty neighborhood, with a mix of classic brownstones and upscale high-rises.
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Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is home to Lincoln Center, which hosts performing-arts institutions like the Metropolitan Opera and New York City Ballet.
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NEW JERSEY

Hoboken

Hoboken is a New Jersey city on the Hudson River. Its former industrial port now features parks such as Pier A Park, with Manhattan skyline views. The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway links several green spaces.
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Jersey City

Jersey City is in northeastern New Jersey. Its eastern waterfront faces the Hudson River where it meets Upper New York Bay. Liberty State Park has panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline,
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QUEENS

Astoria

Relocating to Astoria? Between the Greek food, the spacious apartments, and the great public transportation, it’s a no-brainer!
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Long Island City

A redeveloped industrial area along the East River in Queens, Long Island City is known for its gleaming high-rises with sweeping views of Manhattan.
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