Neighborhoods

Manhattan neighborhood

Manhattan is geographically the smallest but most densely populated borough in New York, it is also one of the wealthiest counties in the USA. Manhattan is often described as the economic and cultural centre of the United States. Lower Manhattan is a world financial capital anchored by Wall Street and home to the
New York Stock Exchange and NASDAQ.

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Queens neighborhood

Queens is located on the west end of Long Island and is geographically the largest borough of New York City with the second largest population, and is the 4th most densely populated county in the US. Queens is the most ethnically diverse urban area in the world as almost half the residents of Queens are considered to be foreign born and represent 100 different nationalities and 138 different languages.

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NSLI neighborhood

The North Shore of Long Island borders Long Island Sound and is nicknamed “The Gold Coast” because of its history of affluence and elegance. The hilly and somewhat rocky terrain provides attractive views for residents of the stately old homes and mansions. Some of the more prominent buildings include Castle Gould, Sagamore Hill, Vanderbilt Museum, Seversky Mansion and Oheka Castle.

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North Shore Long Island.

Hamptons neighborhood

The Hamptons are a group of small villages and hamlets on the South Fork of Long Island and include some of the most expensive residential properties in the US. The towns form a popular seaside resort and are an historical and exclusive summer enclave for New Yorks wealthiest and most influential families.

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The Hamptons.