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The borough of Manhattan is often called the heart of New York City. The Big Apple is home to world-class restaurants, museums, music venues and art galleries - not to mention the United Nations, Wall Street, Central Park, and the stadiums of the Rangers and the Knicks. Manhattan is brimming with life and culture, and has earned its nickname as The City That Never Sleeps. And with so many diverse neighborhoods and communities in Manhattan, each with their own charms and unique history, choosing a neighborhood to live in can be an overwhelming experience. Statue of Liberty, New York City is a must-see stop for anyone visiting New York City, hundreds of smaller replicas of the Statue of Liberty have been created worldwide.

Here at NYCDwellers we offer listings divided between Uptown Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan, and Downtown Manhattan. Each area of New York City offers something special to its residents, whether it be the quiet streets and knit communities of Upper Manhattan or the Upper West Side/Upper East Side, the bright lights and bustle of Midtown, or the trendy boutiques and townhouses of Downtown Manhattan. After that, listings are further broken down by individual neighborhood, making it easy for NYC apartment hunters to search for available listings in the neighborhoods they like most.

Not sure what Manhattan neighborhood is right for you, want to know more about local shopping, dining, recreation, spa services or nightlife? NYCDwellers offers detailed descriptions of each neighborhood, covering everything from its history and architecture to what kind of apartments are popular in that area. Learn all about Manhattan?s diverse neighborhoods without having to step away from your computer, and discover which NYC neighborhood is right for you.