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SOHO

LOWER EAST SIDE

TRIBECA

WEST VILLAGE

FINANCIAL DISTRICT

SOHO

Soho (South of Houston Street), offers some of Manhattan’s finest boutique and high-end shopping. Known for its cobblestone streets, cast-iron architecture, and sweeping lofts and galleries built in revamped industrial spaces. Soho is a highly desired neighborhood for those interested in a chic and fashionable lifestyle.

PARKS

  • Sara D. Roosevelt Park
  • Vesuvio Playground
  • Spring Street Park
  • Petrosino Square
  • Elizabeth Street Garden

MUSEUM

  • New Museum
  • Italian American Museum
  • International Center of Photography Museum
  • Deitch Projects Gallery
  • Wonder World NYC

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: From Lafayette St. to the Hudson River

North to South Boundaries: From West Houston to Canal St.

Subways: 1, 2, 3, 6, A, C, E, B, D, F, M, N, Q, R

ATTRACTIONS

  • Flagship stores
  • Chinatown
  • The Mercer
  • The Earth Room
  • The Drawing Center

RESTAURANTS

  • Cherche Midi
  • Lure Fish bar
  • Mercer Kitchen
  • San Carlo Osteria
  • Soho Cigar Bar

TRIBECA

Tribeca, Triangle Below Canal, New York City’s most expensive neighborhood thanks to celebrities flooding its streets due to its charm-filled streets and residences. As a former industrial neighborhood transformed into a haven for the City’s artistic community, Tribeca is also known for its architecture, featuring mid-rise buildings as well as converted factories and loft spaces.

PARKS

  • Tribeca Park
  • Washington Market Park
  • Canal Park
  • Duane Park
  • Silverstein Family Park

MUSEUM

  • Immigration Pier 1847-1855
  • Children Museum of Art
  • Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
  • Mmuseumm
  • New York City Fire Museum

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: Broadway To West St.

North to South Boundaries: Canal St. to Vesey St.

Nearest Subways: 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, N, Q, R

ATTRACTIONS

  • 9/11 Memorial
  • Staple Street Skybridge
  • One World Observatory
  • African Burial Ground National Monument
  • Escape Games NYC

RESTAURANTS

  • Tiny’s & The Bar Upstairs
  • Tamarind Tribeca
  • Jungsik
  • Wolfgang Puck
  • The Odeon

WEST VILLAGE

If you’re looking for a New York City neighborhood full of best-kept secrets, live music, young professionals, cutting edge boutique shopping, and some of the best food in the world, then look no further than the West Village. Home to Colonial brownstones and tall trees, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a movie set.

PARKS

  • Washington Square Park

MUSEUM

  • Center of Architecture
  • Grey Art Gallery

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: 6th Ave to Hudson River.

North to South Boundaries: 14th St. to W. Houston

Nearest Subways: 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, B, D, F, M, N, Q, R

ATTRACTIONS

  • The “Friends” building and “Sex and the City” brownstone
  • Speakeasys
  • The Stonewall Inn
  • Café Wha
  • Jefferson Market Library

RESTAURANTS

  • Hornblower New York
  • Neta
  • Sant Ambroueus
  • Il Mulino
  • Negril’s

LOWER EAST SIDE

Known for its young and hip residents, the Lower East Side is full of music venues, bars, and restaurants that are open late to accommodate for the lively evening crowd. Unpretentious to the core, the ideal afternoon includes walking through the neighborhood and stopping in at 5-10 art exhibits along the way, enjoying wine and cheese as you take in not-so-established artists wishing to break onto the scene.

PARKS

  • Seward Park
  • Baruch Playground
  • Corlears Hook Park
  • Creative little Garden
  • John V. Lindsay East River Park

MUSEUM

  • The Tenement Museum
  • Merchant’s House Museum
  • Museum at Eldridge Street
  • Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space
  • New Museum

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: East River to Bowery St.

North to South Boundaries: E. Houston to South St.

Nearest Subways: F, M, J

ATTRACTIONS

  • USA Shaolin Temple
  • Mission Escape Games
  • Janina Synagogue and Museum
  • St Augustine’s Episcopal Church
  • City CoPilot

RESTAURANTS

  • Beauty & Essex
  • Vandal
  • The Stanton Social
  • Rice & Gold
  • Balvanera

FINANCIAL DISTRICT

Located at the Southern tip of Manhattan, the Financial District (FiDi) is home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. You’ll see the Bull designed by Di Modica following the 1987 stock market crash which symbolizes the “Strength and Power of American People” and the more recent “Fearless Girl” which symbolizes the power of the female. During the day, the streets are busy and buzzing; at night, it turns into a quiet little neighborhood with ocean views.

PARKS

  • Bowling Green Park
  • Battery Park
  • Elevated Acre
  • Liberty Park
  • Zuccotti Park

MUSEUM

  • Museum Jewish Heritage
  • National Museum of the American Indian
  • Skyscraper Museum
  • Museum of America Finance
  • China Institute & Gallery

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: East River to West St.

North to South Boundaries: From Frankfort St. to State St

Subways: 4, 5, 6, 1, 2, 3, N, R, W, E, J

ATTRACTIONS

  • Charging Bull
  • South Street Seaport
  • The Oculus and Brookfield Development
  • Trinity Church
  • Federal Hall t

RESTAURANTS

  • Frances Tavern
  • The Tuck Room
  • Cipriani
  • Morton’s
  • Trinity Place Restaurant and Bar
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