Can someone give me a description of the certain areas of Manhattan and Brooklyn?
I am planning on moving to NYC and just want to know certain facts about the areas of Manhattan and Brooklyn. For example, Manhattan: Upper East and West Side, Chelsea, Mid-Town, Lower East and West Side, Financial. Brooklyn: DUMBO, Williamsburg, etc. If you could explain which areas are safe, what age group mostly lives there, housing, the aesthetic of the area and possibly, which area you would recommend for me (22 year old in the Fashion Industry, likes to go out to clubs, but more into book stores, museums and parks, low-key things.) Thanks Ok, I get thats alot to ask, but I have bought like 2-3 books on NYC and they dont tell whats real as of now and I basically just wanna know what areas are safe and based on the description I gave what area would fit that.
Asked By: dana m - 2/29/2008
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I think you would like Williamsburg. It's across the river from the East Village and some call it an extension of that... More
Answered By: mh - 3/1/2008
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Good Grief, Is that all you want to know?
Answered By: vinny - 3/1/2008
Your question is rather loaded, and your responses are going to be stupid long. Your best bet is to just buy a guidebook to NYC, or look that stuff online. Or get a real-estate agent. The determining factor in where you live is going to be largely dependent on how much you can afford for rent. Really. Manhattan is... More
Answered By: skokiesam - 3/1/2008
i dont know why you want to move here but if you're into fashion and like to go out clubbing then you want to try to find an apartment in the village or chelsea in manhattan and i hope you hav a swiss bank account im born and raised in nyc so i know what im talking about im an expert about this hell hole
Answered By: guest_2k_2001 - 3/1/2008
Manhattan is in general very expensive. If you can afford to live in the nice areas of Manhattan - God bless ya - However, unless you are a trust fund debutante, you may not... More
Answered By: Goodache - 3/1/2008
I'll just say that to fit the description you have given us, I would head for the upper east side, I think you would be comfortable there, it is very pretty ..... old money, lovely side streets, shops, good transportation, full of museums and easy access to Central Park x
Answered By: Scots Pines - 3/1/2008
Well, Goodache was so nice to mention me as someone who knows a lot about Brooklyn (and I do), but I'm embarrassed to say that I really don't know as much about either Williamsburg or Dumbo, other than the fact that once Dumbo was rather industrial and Willamsburg was an ethnic enclave for Italians and Chasidim. Both... More
Answered By: LJ - 3/1/2008
Wikipedia has an article on almost every neighborhood in NYC. Access them in wikipedia either through their names, or access the individual boroughs, which will have a link to the various neighborhoods... More
Answered By: tham153 - 3/1/2008
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