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    Alphabet City, or Loisaida as it was named by a generation of Puerto Rican emigrants, is a Manhattan neighborhood that offers generous atmospheric doses of both the Lower East Side and the East Village. Picture being within a block of the Hudson, 5 seconds away from the bike path that can take you up, down and around NYC. Picture being in your own little corner of Manhattan, with grassy parks, big skies and not one, not two, but three Danny Meyer restaurants a quick walk away. It’s an area that extends from 14th Street bordering on Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town to the north, wi...

  • (Manhattan)

    "Known as a physical extension of the NYU campus, the East Village has transformed from its once-gritty reputation into a cleaner, more hip (and gentrified), lively neighborhood where the action never stops. Twenty-somethings are the dominant group of residents, but the neighborhood has its breadth of diversity, like any area of New York City. Bordered below 14th Street, above Houston Street, and anything east of Broadway, even within the boundaries of the East Village you’ll find various subcultures and pockets of culture. Avenues A, B, C, and D are known as Alphabet City, a once popu...

  • (Manhattan)

    Need a guide for living in Greenwich Village, NYC?Charming tree-lined streets and hundred-plus year old townhouses define NYC's Greenwich Village. Home to celebrities, mega-millionaires and NYU students, Greenwich Village is a hub of culture and excitement. Greenwich Village is home to plenty of boutiques and cafes, giving the quaint area an almost European vibe. Strolls down Bleecker Street or Hudson Street offer great window-shopping! Walk all the way west to the Hudson River, where plenty of public green space is available for exercise or relaxation. Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street...