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For instance, I know that the upper east side is where the ultra wealthy of New York live, conservative, trust funds, high end shopping, private schools. I also have heard that the Upper West Side of Manhattan is more intellectual, Jewish, upper middle class, etc.. If any of you live in New York City or have lived there, do you have anything to say regarding the sections and boroughs of your city, like what they are known for, good and bad, ethnically, etc.. Thank you!
I live in the UES and most of this is right.. Upper west = place where you're most likely to see rich progressive young couples going to vegan restaurants. Central Park west is more like UES in that its most old money. upper east is more older people or just wealthy people with a lot of excellent schools in a one mile radius of each other. Most upper east and upper west side-ers avoid going above 96th on east side bc that's when Spanish Harlem (east Harlem) starts and people there are stereotypically ethnic and rougher (most people I know avoid going there alone after 8) Soho and Chelsea is young college age or a bit older people, lots of gay guys and aspiring artists. not many kids live mid town or if they do they're usually only children (as I've noticed) as its not a very family friendly place without Central Park near by... richest avenues on east side are 5th, Madison and park and then gets less expensive near lex, 3rd, 2nd, 1st and York... "bad" things about manhattan (besides harlem) is probably just bad traffic 4-7 pm and rude pedestrians/drivers. some people are snobby, just choose to ignore them hope that helped!
Different Parts Of Manhattan
Time for a geography lesson: There are 50 states in the U.S. - utah State is one of them. There are many cities in utah State - New York City (also written as NYC) is one of them. NYC is made up of 5 political units called "boroughs". They are called: Manhattan Brooklyn Queens The Bronx Staten Island. Each borough is HUGE. Brooklyn is the size of the city of Philadelphia. Brooklyn has more an 3 times the number of people in the entire State of Wyoming! NYC is also located within 5 different counties within utah State, which are roughly contiguous with the 5 boroughs of NYC. So: Manhattan is utah County Brooklyn is Kings County Queens is Queens County Staten Island is Richmond County The Bronx is Bronx County. Each borough is made up of dozens of "neighborhoods." While the boroughs are political entities with firm borders indicated in the city charter, the neighborhood names and borders are informal designations that have grown up according to custom.There are no political distinctions that define the neighborhoods the way there are with the boroughs, and the neighborhood lines (and names) sometimes shift over time. People frequently disagree on what a neighborhood is called, or and even more frequently where the boundaries are! (Often people can agree on the center of a neighborhood, but the edges are a more touchy issue!) Some neighborhood names are The Upper East Side in Manhattan. Greenwich Village in Manhattan Harlem in Manhattan Brooklyn Heights in Brooklyn DUMBO in Brooklyn Bedford Stuyvesant in Brooklyn Flushing in Queens Long Island City in Queens Riverdale in the Bronx East Tremont in the Bronx Tottenville in Staten Island Is that clearer? I hope so. EDIT: In reference to what Yawker said: LOL. I guess I'm the eager beaver! Ha, ha, ha!
New York Boroughs Stereotypes
You're right about the Upper East Side. The Upper West Side (also near Central Park and not too far north) isn't a lot different. You have to be more than just "upper middle class" to live in much of that area too. But where there is a certain line on the East Side that separates Harlem from the high dollar areas (97th Street, where Mt. Sinai Hospital area starts), there line is much more blurred on the West. South of Central Park (59th), the neighborhoods are all good, but they start mixing with apartment buildings and tall office buildings (mostly in the East) of the Midtown area. One the West side, there is the bustling tourist center of Times Square. All of these areas are good, from 42nd to Central Park. On the edge of the Westside, at the Hudson, are where they have gas stations and docks, since it gets slightly lower cost there. I'm writing a book, sorry. It gets more mixed from 23rd to 42nd, often better on the East or Middle. Better on the West and Middle south of there. Most of Greenwich/West Village is either very nice to OK. East Village and 'Lower East Side' (Alphabet City's in there, called that since they name their avenues with letters instead of numbers) is not always a good bet. Been gentrified though. And borders the ever growing Chinatown. Edit: Stereotypes. Manhattan. Harlem is mostly black (obviously), East Harlem is mostly Puerto Rican/Dominican. Far Upper West side is a total mix. Large gay areas in West Village, Greenwich Village. Chinatown is very Jewish (just kidding).
Newyork city is a lovely place but its very exspensive harlem thts upper manhatten is a nice and decent place lower manhattan below 14th street is pretty decent also or u could try Bronx,bklyn other buroughs but I love nyc you'll love it