Neighborhoods near Lenox Hill
- 1New York City, New York State, USA6 reviews
Definitely a nice neighborhood to live in! So clean and so close to te Met and Central Park. I wish to live here someday ;)
- 2New York City, New York State, USA12 reviews
Some people scoff at Midtown, that it's not the hippest or most fashionable part of town. But I love it. It's classic Manhattan. So much of what the city is known for is here - the Empire State Building, the Waldorf Astoria, Rockefeller Center, the UN! Sure, you may spot a celebrity in Soho or feel more fashionable in the ...
- 3New York City, New York State, USA56 reviews
The reservoir is an amazing place to let off some steam for an evening run, or catch a glimpse at the beautiful city skyline!
- 4New York City, New York State, USA
- 5New York City, New York State, USA
- 6New York City, New York State, USA1 review
Roof top balcony view from Sutton Place apartment NYC
- 7New York City, New York State, USA11 reviews
Ah, the West Village, the perfect neighborhood in Manhattan. Strangely angled streets, serendipitous coffee shops and rustic restaurants, filled with artisanal stores and neighborly maintained gardens. It is the area of top-knotch shopping, dining and celebrity dwelling. The ambiance of the West Village is of higher intelligence, of culture, creativity and friendship. People come here for quality finds and experiences. ...
- 8New York City, New York State, USA12 reviews
Chelsea is a bit of a hit of miss for me. There are some great restaurants and nightclubs (gay ones, mostly), but the neighborhood has a bit of a carbon-copy feel to it. Not much personality or character, but a few gems sprinkled in.
- 9New York City, New York State, USA15 reviews
If I was going to live in NYC, I'd want to live in Greenwich Village. Very cool, great character!
- 10New York City, New York State, USA3 reviews
One of the least interesting neighborhoods in the city. The Indian food here is good but there is little reason for tourists to visit. The atmosphere is suburban / middle American. A relatively convenient base with less expensive housing but offering very little of cultural interest.
- 11New York City, New York State, USA43 reviews
lovely district. It feels like you're in Italy when you walk through the streets. You'll find small caffes and italian restaurants everywhere!
- 12New York City, New York State, USA1 review
- 13New York City, New York State, USA2 reviews
Home sweet home
- 14New York City, New York State, USA4 reviews
A great location next to the park. The Upper West Side's charm is in it's gourmet groceries, cafes, and museums. Less distinctive / creative than downtown but with more life than its solemn neighbor across the park. A nice place to play before or after a visit to the park. Don't miss Zabar's or Fairway... but don't feel like you ...
- 15New York City, New York State, USA
- 16New York City, New York State, USA6 reviews
I live in the FIDI and work in Tribeca, with my commute being a whopping 15 minute walk across City Hall Park and over to Duane. Tribeca is full of history and character, and is home to everyone from old-timers who have been in their lofts from when the neighborhood had nothing, to Mariah Carey, Questlove, and Kimye. Good food, ...
- 17New York City, New York State, USA1 review
- 18New York City, New York State, USA15 reviews
I visit Manhattan's Chinatown for cheap and delicious food. Chinatown is usually packed with locals and tourists on any given day because it's one of the oldest and most established Chinese communities. The best time to visit Chinatown is during the Chinese New Year celebration which lasts 15 days usually.
- 19Brooklyn, New York State, USA21 reviews
While I love Williamsburg as a whole, the Waterfront is probably my favorite spot. Perfect for laying out, reading and just enjoying the views of Manhattan during the summer, not to mention the great musical acts that come through. It's pretty fantastic.
- 20New York City, New York State, USA