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Indeed, the Upper East Side is home to some of New York’s most rarefied ZIP codes.
Upper West Side is arguably an attitude as much as it is a place.
York Avenue and Sutton Place were added rather than leaving large areas without a north-south thoroughfare.
The largest mixed-use private real estate venture in American history. This is the epitome of living, working, and playing in luxury.
The birthplace of New York City and the nation. A bustling financial hub by day, a residential catch all year round.
"Manhattan's Best-Kept-Secret", East End Avenue and Gracie Mansion are obscure enough to have it all--the skyline, the prestige, the waterfront views--this is where the thalassophiles of the city live.
Home to Manhattan's most iconic sites, Midtown is home to a world-class cultural scene with an endless array of options for shopping, eating, and drinking.
“The Village” is a beloved mix of the best that New York has to offer, including the iconic Washington Square Park, and boasts some of the city's most beloved bohemian bars, restaurants, and attractions.
Industrial loft apartments, cobblestone streets and waterfront views in the Triangle Below Canal Street with art, fine dining, fashion and film events.
Home to "Billionaire's Lane" and America's most beautiful beaches, grand mansions and Guilded Age estates grace New York's first English colony, founded in 1940 and named after the Earl of Southampton.
An actual water mill was the hamlet’s raison d'être: The original 40 acres were designated for the mill in 1644.
Home of the Hampton Classic, this is where the equestria set lives, breathes, and rides.
The size of homes and the number of beach parking passes are sharply limited.
A perfect place for the creative class centuries before the term existed.
Charming locals every day with its idyllic beachfront on the Atlantic Ocean, just west of Georgica Pond. Potato and cornfields are a-plenty for the ultimate serene getaway.
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