When you see New York City on TV or in a movie, you’re almost always looking at images of Midtown Manhattan.
Fine dining meets luxury fashion on the Upper East Side (UES), which spans 59th street to 96th street along the East River.
The Upper West Side (UWS) is bordered by the Hudson River and Central Park and spans from West 59th Street to West 110th Street.
New York is often referred to as the financial capital of the world, and the Financial District is its epicenter.
South of Houston Street, you’ll find designer boutiques, shops, and art galleries lining the cobblestone streets of SoHo.
Greenwich Village is a smaller neighborhood on the lower west side of Manhattan.
Sheraton Grand Nashville Downtown is in the heart of Music City and just blocks from the best Nashville attractions.
Williamsburg is directly across the East River from the East Village in lower Manhattan.
Although The Bronx is technically one of the five boroughs and not a specific neighborhood, the area is worth highlighting in its entirety.
Greenpoint is the northernmost neighborhood in Brooklyn and runs along the East River.