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Relocating in New York: Neighborhood Guide

May 16, 2017
New York Neighborhood Guide

Relocating to New York City can be a daunting, stressful experience – but it doesn’t have to be. Between packing and uprooting your life, finding the right location to call “home”, even if only for a few months, plays a big role in how well you’ll feel once there. So here is a  quick, concise New York Neighborhood Guide to help you explore the life you could have while staying in a CorporateStays apartment. And while you’re at it, take a look at our entire NYC lineup for a better selection of the best living accommodations in Manhattan.

 

New York Neighborhood Guide: The Financial District

New York Neighborhood Guide

Known around the world as the “Financial District”, Wall Street is as synonymous with New York City as bagels, Woody Allen, and street food. Whether it’s the preference of being in the middle of the economic heartbeat of the world, or simply a lifelong urge to be where the action is, Wall Street is unequivocally where you need to be.

You’ll find walking paths, museums, restaurants and bars within a stone’s throw of your 90 Washington apartment. Need to catch a cab? expect a constant flow of them right outside of your 95 Wall apartment.  And the rooftop views from 10 Hanover Square will be a constant reminder of why you decided to move to the Big Apple in the first place!

 

New York Neighborhood Guide: Kips Bay

New York Neighborhood Guide

You’ve likely heard the reputation that New York has as the “City That Never Sleeps”. While that’s true for the bustling core, there is a hidden gem just a few blocks over from the non-stop action, in Kips Bay. Known for its much quieter neighborhood, Kips Bay offers you the charm you expect from New York City, without the constant “on” switch. A short 10 minutes walk from East Village, and mere steps away from a substantial nightlife, you’ll find 71 BroadwayIf you’re more of a world traveller, there’s a lot to explore here. The Cassa Residence apartment is close by to a plethora of french cafes, boutique shopping, and a vast mix of Mediterranean and Middle Eastern restaurants as far as the eye can see.

 

New York Neighborhood Guide: Theatre District

New York Neighborhood Guide

As the Financial District is a reflection of New York’s economic power, the Theatre District is a manifestation of American culture and creativity. Other than ranking among the most historically influential neighborhoods in NYC, the Theatre District is also located within and around Times Square – which attracts 40 million visitors to its streets annually. So why not avoid the unnecessary travel and just MOVE there?

Often referred to as “Broadway”, the Theatre District will never disappoint. Step out of your Longacre House apartment and you’re in front of some of the best shopping in the world. If plays and musicals are more your scene, heading back to your Biltmore Plaza apartment is a short stroll after a lovely evening out. And just a few blocks from  Avalon Midtown West  apartment there is a diverse selection of international cuisine and pastry shops that will wow locals and visiting friends alike!

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