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Spotlight on Hudson Yards!One of the most exciting projects to come to New York City in a long time, the Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project is a joint venture by the New York City Department of City Planning and Metropolitan Transportation Authority to develop the far West Side along the Hudson R...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Brookdale Campus!  The Brookdale neighborhood in Manhattan is a Hunter College campus located on 25th Street and First Avenue, tucked into the side of Battery Park City. It houses the Hunter College Brookdale Health Sciences Campus as well as the Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, Sc...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on the Flower District! The Flower District of Manhattan has existed for a century but has been whittled down by progress growing up around it. It encompasses a little more than a block of West 28th Street, between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue. But that small area is bursti...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Battery Park City!Manhattan’s Battery Park City is a 92-acre planned community at the southwestern tip of the island. Almost a third of the space is parkland, affording residents stunning water views as well as plenty of open spaces for recreation.  Battery Park City is bounded on th...
08/21/2015
 Spotlight on South Street Seaport Historic District!The South Street Seaport Historic District is located where Fulton Street meets the East River, adjacent to the Financial District, the East River and Two Bridges neighborhood. Containing some of the oldest architecture in downtown Manhattan, t...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Historic Radio Row! New York City's Historic Radio Row existed from 1921 to 1966 in a warehouse district on the Lower West Side of Manhattan. “Radio Row” is the nickname given to a street or district specializing in the sale of radio and electronic equipment/parts. They existed in ma...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Tribeca! Tribeca – shortened from Triangle Below Canal Street – is a hip, diverse, exciting neighborhood bounded by Canal Street, West Street, Broadway, and either Chambers or Vesey Streets. It’s home to artists, actors, business moguls and young professionals and of course, the Trib...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Two Bridges! Located on the southern end of the Lower East Side, Two Bridges is a neighborhood near the footings of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge, bordering Chinatown. Two Bridges is split into two sections - the area between the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge, and a...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Cooperative Village! On the Lower East side sits Cooperative Village. The cooperatives center on Grand Street, south of the entrance ramp to the Williamsburg Bridge and west of FDR Drive. In total, the four cooperatives have 4,500 apartments in twelve buildings as well as common spac...
08/21/2015
Spotlight on Historical Five Points!For seventy years, Five Points in Manhattan was an international symbol of poverty and unrest – but these days, the former Five Points is covered in part by large city, state and federal administration buildings and courthouses known collectively Civic Center, ...
08/21/2015
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