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Living in Manhattan means living in the most populous New York borough and the most famous city in the world. Manhattan, an island between the Hudson and East Rivers, has several diverse and unique neighborhoods with different cultures and vibes. Just a few of Manhattan's main attractions include Central Park, the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, Rockefeller Center, MoMA and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Manhattan is the most populated borough in New York City, mostly during working hours. Many of the 5 borough residents and beyond work in NYC, commuting into the city on a daily basis. It is an energetic landscape of big buildings and towers, paper-thin models, bulls, bears and sky-high rent. There is no lack of diversions on the island: restaurants and bars of every genre, beautiful parks, and every type of commerce and business you could ever imagine. However, affordable housing in Manhattan may be challenging and out right unattainable for many New Yorkers. In fact, apartments with large square footage and/or luxury Manhattan buildings are outside the financial reach of the majority of New Yorkers. Smaller apartments in non-luxury buildings are much more affordable but may still be out of reach for the average New Yorker. Many New Yorkers therefore choose to live in one of the other 4 boroughs, Queens, Brooklyn, Bronx, and Staten Island, where rents are more reasonable. If you are able to afford an apartment in Manhattan, living on the island affords you a daily sidewalk show: all walks of life, movie stars walking their dogs, surprising art installations or happenings you name it.

List of Manhattan neigborhoods

Displaying 29 neighborhoods in Manhattan.

  • Battery Park City
  • Carnegie Hill
  • Central Harlem
  • Central Park West
  • Chelsea
  • China Town / Little Italy
  • Clinton
  • East Harlem
  • East Village
  • Financial District
  • Flatiron
  • Gramercy
  • Greenwich Village
  • Hamilton Heights
  • Inwood
  • Lower East Side
  • Midtown
  • Midtown South
  • Midtown West
  • Morningside Heights
  • Murrey Hill
  • Noho
  • Soho
  • Sutton Place
  • TriBeCa
  • Upper East Side
  • Upper West Side
  • Washington Heights
  • West Village