Battery Park City
Battery Park City is an urban oasis with the bonus convenience of Wall Street and TriBeCa nearby. Here you’ll enjoy everything from great views to a myriad of free entertainment. If river views and waterside life are for you, BPC is a very enticing residential area that presents stretching vistas of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the Hudson River. It also has numerous parks and gardens, and the neighborhood’s crown jewel – the 1.2 mile esplanade that runs along the Hudson River.
History meets modern-day allure in FiDi, the mecca of finance, commerce and technology located on the tip of Manhattan. Among sweeping vistas of the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbor, architecturally distinct buildings from yesteryear have been beautifully refurbished and are complemented by luxury residential high rises.
Long Island City
This burgeoning neighborhood draws interest from the city’s pioneering art community and Manhattan professionals alike, and is fast transitioning from factories to fabulous. Just one subway stop from Midtown, LIC is quickly becoming a destination neighborhood with its many cultural hubs and legendary Manhattan skyline views.
The bright lights, big city concept was certainly born in Midtown Manhattan on the West Side of town, where Times Square and the Theater District are at the core. This bustling area offers everything from performing arts to culinary delights, and is the city’s center of transportation.
One of the most coveted places to live, play and people-watch in Manhattan, the popular West Village is intimate, quaint, and synonymous with New York’s bohemian culture. Even the many trendy shops, restaurants and nightspots that delight residents do not detract from the inherent charm of this neighborhood still defined by its deep artistic roots.