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2015 

Spotlight on Times Square ManhattanTimes Square is the world’s most iconic commercial intersection, located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The area extends from West 42nd to West 47th Streets, and is a mecca of business, shopping, and entertainment, recognizable by its iconic billboards, adve...
10/17/2015
Spotlight on Tudor City, Manhattan Tudor City is an apartment complex located at the southern edge of Turtle Bay, a neighborhood on the east side of Midtown Manhattan. It is located between 40th and 43rd Streets, and bordered by First Avenue to the east and Second Avenue to the west. Named after ...
10/17/2015
Spotlight on Turtle Bay, ManhattanTurtle Bay is a neighborhood situated on the east side of Midtown Manhattan. It is located between 41st and 43rd Streets and extends cross-town from Lexington Avenue to the East River. The neighborhood is home to such landmarks as the headquarters of the United N...
10/17/2015
 Spotlight on the Theater District, ManhattanThe Theater District refers to the area of Midtown Manhattan that houses most of the Broadway theaters in New York, as well as movie theaters, hotels, restaurants, and of course, the iconic Times Square. Also located in the area are recording studios, ...
10/17/2015
New York City’s Diamond District is located along a single block stretch of 47th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues in Midtown Manhattan. It is located within walking distance of other notable Manhattan attractions, such as Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and the Broadway Theater D...
10/16/2015
Spotlight on Sutton Place, Manhattan, NY!Sutton Place is a small, affluent section on the East Side of Manhattan. The area’s boundaries are from 53rd to 59th Streets, and the East River to Second Avenue. Known for it’s star-studded list of residents both current and former, Sutton Place is among ...
10/16/2015
Spotlight on Columbus Circle! Columbus Circle, named for Christopher Columbus, is a small neighborhood in Manhattan which encompasses the traffic circle located at the southwest corner of Central Park and the blocks surrounding the circle in each direction.  The circle itself is located at the in...
10/16/2015
Spotlight on Midtown ManhattanMidtown Manhattan is the country’s largest commercial, entertainment, and media center. The northern border of Midtown is easily delineated as 59th Street, however the southern border is a bit more ambiguous. The border is considered by some to be 34th Street, though...
10/16/2015
    Spotlight on Waterside Plaza ManhattanWaterside Plaza is a residential and business complex in the Kips Bay area of Manhattan, along the East River. The location was actually constructed out of rubble brought over from the U.K city of Bristol after WWII. The debris had been used in the hulls ...
10/16/2015
Little Germany, also called Dutchtown, was a German immigrant neighborhood located in what is now the Lower East Side of Manhattan during the latter half of the 19th century. An influx of German immigrants in the 1840s and 50s led to the development of the area, which grew steadily until reaching...
10/16/2015
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