Wall Street. Madison Avenue. 34th Street. Broadway. Manhattan is so well known that even the names of its streets have become iconic and understood the world over.
Popular destinations: East Village
, Upper West Side
and Midtown East
The East Village, east of the Village on Manhattan, was traditionally considered part of the Lower East Side, and constitutes the portion north of Houston St, south of 14th St, and east of Broadway.
The Upper West Side covers a large area in upper Manhattan bounded by 59th Street on the south, 125th Street on the north, the Hudson River on the west, and Central Park and Morningside Park on the east.
Midtown East is the core retail and commercial neighborhood of Manhattan, containing the highest concentration of business and money this side of, well, the planet.
Broadway. Times Square. Madison Square Garden. The name says it all: the Theater District is the entertainment hub of the city, and possibly the entire nation.
Manhattan's famous Chinatown is a lively neighborhood, full of good values in restaurants and food shopping.
The Financial District comprises the southern tip of Manhattan, with the Hudson River on the west, the East River on the east, New York Harbor to the south, and Chambers Street on the north.
Upper Manhattan is a large, relatively under-visited area that ranges from 125th Street to Inwood Hill Park on the west and from 96th Street northward on the east.
Greenwich Village is a well-known, largely residential district in Manhattan, once famous for its vibrant art and literary community.
Situated on the southwest side of Midtown Manhattan, Chelsea has changed considerably in recent years.
The Upper East Side of Manhattan is one of the city's wealthiest districts.
In the shadow of the skyscrapers of Midtown sit some of Manhattan's most colorful and vibrant neighborhoods.
SoHo, short for "South of Houston" and a reference to its supposed similarities to the London Soho, is a diverse and increasingly upscale neighborhood of Manhattan.
The Lower East Side of Manhattan is bounded by Houston Street, the Bowery, the Manhattan Bridge, and the East River, with the neighborhood's center being Orchard Street.
A former industrial district in Lower Manhattan, TriBeCa, short for "Triangle Below Canal Street", has transformed from artist community to upscale residential district in recent years.
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