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  • 1. Arthur Avenue (Belmont)

    Belmont | Neighborhood/Street

    Manhattan's Little Italy is overrun with mediocre restaurants aimed at tourists, but Belmont (meaning "beautiful hill"), the Little Italy of...Read More

  • 2. Clinton Hill Architecture Walk

    Notable Building

    Part of the National Register of Historic Places, the buildings along Clinton and Washington avenues were originally lavish summer homes for...Read More

  • 3. Riegelmann Boardwalk

    Coney Island | Beach

    Built in 1923, just one year before legendary Totonno's Pizzeria opened its doors on nearby Neptune Avenue, this famous wood-planked walkway...Read More

  • 4. Stuyvesant Heights

    Historic Home

    More than 8,000 Victorian brownstones and row houses line the streets of Bed-Stuy, 825 of which fall in the landmarked historic district of...Read More

  • 5. "Fruit" Streets

    Brooklyn Heights | Historic District/Site

    The quiet blocks of Pineapple, Cranberry, and Orange Streets contain some of Brooklyn Heights's most picturesque brownstones and brick homes...Read More

  • 6. Bay Ridge Architecture Tour

    Historic Home

    Bay Ridge has no shortage of eclectic architecture. Wandering the neighborhood, you'll see everything from one of the oldest freestanding Greek...Read More

  • 7. Bleecker Street

    Greenwich Village | Neighborhood/Street

    Walking the stretch of Bleecker Street between 7th Avenue and Broadway provides a smattering of just about everything synonymous with Greenwich...Read More

  • 8. Brighton Beach Avenue

    Brighton Beach | Neighborhood/Street

    The main thoroughfare of "Little Odessa" can feel more like Kiev than Manhattan. Cyrillic shop signs advertise everything from salted tomatoes...Read More

  • 9. Court Street

    Carroll Gardens | Neighborhood/Street

    Court Street is the eclectic main artery of Carroll Gardens. It's a quick lesson in gentrification, too, as you'll see shops like D'Amico, the...Read More

  • 10. Curry Hill

    Murray Hill | Neighborhood/Street

    An affectionate play on the name of the neighborhood, Curry Hill is an aromatic three-block cluster of Indian restaurants and one of the city...Read More

  • 11. Dean Street

    Crown Heights | Historic Home

    Few residential streets in Crown Heights are as beautiful as Dean Street (especially between Bedford and New York avenues). Unique brownstones...Read More

  • 12. Gay Street

    Greenwich Village | Neighborhood/Street

    A curved, one-block lane lined with small row houses, Gay Street was probably named after an early landowner and definitely had nothing to do...Read More

  • 13. Hamilton Heights

    Harlem | Neighborhood/Street

    To envision this neighborhood's Harlem Renaissance days, walk down tree-lined Convent Avenue and cross over to Hamilton Terrace to see a time...Read More

  • 14. Koreatown

    Murray Hill | Neighborhood/Street

    Despite sitting in the shade of the Empire State Building, and within steps of Herald Square, Koreatown (or "K-Town," as it's locally known...Read More

  • 15. Manhattan Bridge Archway Plaza

    DUMBO | Arts/Performance Venue

    In 2008, city planners transformed this industrial storage lot into an 8,000-square-foot venue for seasonal markets, performances, and other...Read More

  • 16. Park Slope Historic District

    Park Slope | Historic District/Site

    Stretching over 33 beautiful residential blocks, Park Slope's historic district, the largest in Brooklyn, is mostly between St. John’s Place...Read More

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  • 17. Patchin Place

    Greenwich Village | Neighborhood/Street

    This narrow, gated cul-de-sac off West 10th Street between Greenwich and 6th Avenues has 10 diminutive 1848 row houses. Around the corner on...Read More

  • 18. Prospect Park South Historic District

    Notable Building

    Designed in 1899 as a park within the city, the Victorian blocks of this iconic historic district feature stately gateposts that mark the entrances...Read More

  • 19. Prospect Park Southwest


    A stroll along tree-lined Prospect Park Southwest, across from Prospect Park, is one of the highlights of visiting Windsor Terrace. The gracious...Read More

  • 20. Smith Street

    Carroll Gardens | Neighborhood/Street

    While Court Street is home to some of the neighborhood’s oldest businesses, Smith is a street of transition—a result of booming real estate...Read More

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