The Most Desirable Manhattan Neighbourhoods

The Most Desirable Manhattan Neighbourhoods 

Manhattan is known as one of the most influential and wealthy areas in the world. With many of its residents making triple-digit salaries or more each year. In fact, many of the world’s millionaires live in the city and reside in gorgeous townhouses, condominiums and high-rise apartments. The following five neighborhoods are among some of the most desirable in the borough for a variety of reasons.


Tribeca, so-called because it is located in the Triangle below Canal Street. It was once mainly known for its amazing array of art galleries. Also, the artists who crafted their works in airy, spacious lofts. Today, these lofts have been transformed into modern apartments, perfect for young Manhattan workers with well-paying jobs. These pricey apartments are surrounded by a variety of upscale boutiques and chain shops. The area is also known for being one of the safest in Manhattan. Movie lovers can find a variety of movie stars walking the streets here. Especially around the time of the Tribeca Film Festival.
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Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park is a smaller neighborhood located southeast of Midtown. It is primarily known for its beautiful and plenteous green spaces surrounding the residential areas. Of course, it is a very expensive place to live. But those who can afford it will enjoy a variety of well-maintained Victorian-style homes surrounding the namesake park. It is also loved for being a haven from the traffic and tourists. That is a part of most New Yorkers’ lives.

Upper East Side

The Upper East Side is certainly the most aristocratic of the Manhattan neighborhoods, known for its old money and upper-crust demeanor. It is home to the fabled Madison Avenue and Park Avenue and has a wide array of palatial homes as well as posh hotels, restaurants and high-end retailers. Located on the east side of Central Park, the Upper East Side proudly boasts having such tourist attractions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim.

Upper West Side

The Upper West Side is not quite as genteel and aristocratic as the Upper East Side is. However, it maintains its own high quality of living within the vast array brownstones found here. In fact, some are surprised to learn how pricey some of the residences are; for example, the owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, Wes Edens, recently put his posh apartment up for sale for a staggering $17 million. Family-friendly Upper West Side is also known for being the home of Columbia University.
Manhattan pitureWith dozens of neighborhoods, Manhattan is an exciting place to visit; it is the home of an array of museums, excellent bars and restaurants, up-scale hotels and financial and industrial districts. Of course, these four neighborhoods are just a minute sampling of the delightful areas within this borough. Some others that are favored by tourists and residents alike include Harlem, Midtown, Times Square and Chelsea. However, with the high cost to purchase or rent a townhouse or even a loft apartment, much of the residential areas here are limited to those with large budgets.

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