FODOR'S GO LIST 2015
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More
High-rises and office towers have little business among the labyrinth of small curving streets, peculiar alleys, and historic town houses here, although a new boom in distinctive apartment living by designer architects has emerged around the western edges near the Hudson River. It's easy to see why the tree-lined streets of the West Village, which are primarily residential, are in such
demand—think charming cafés, carefully disheveled celebrities out and about, and well-dressed children playing in parks.
It's easy to feel like a local while shopping here. Unlike 5th Avenue or SoHo, the pace is slower, the streets are relatively quiet, and the scale is small. This is the place to come for unusual finds as well as global-brand goods. The West Village section of Bleecker Street is a particularly good place to indulge all sorts of shopping appetites; high-fashion foragers prowl the stretch between West 10th Street and 8th Avenue. Hudson Street and Greenwich Avenue are also prime boutique-browsing territory.
Brooklyn is changing rapidly, and it has been for a while. Hardly Manhattan's wimpy sidekick, this is the largest and most populous of all the...
Most of Chelsea’s art galleries are found from about 20th to 27th streets, primarily between 10th and 11th avenues. The range of contemporary...