NYC Manhattan Neighborhood Map

Manhattan, arguably New York City's most popular borough, is made up of many different districts or neighborhoods with unique personalities, architecture, distinct flavors and colorful histories including:

Manhattan is split into "districts", some of which have become synonymous with geographic & neighborhood vernacular such as the Flatiron District, The Meatpacking District and The Garment District. There are also well known "squares" such as Times Square, Union Square, Lincoln Square and Herald Square and "heights" such as Washington Heights and Morningside Heights. More than any other US city, many of Manhattan's early neighborhoods were rooted in their ethnic history such as Little Italy and Chinatown to name a few obvious ones.

Manhattan has a few unique geographic acronyms that are cool to know when you are visiting such as SoHo (SOuth of HOuston Street), NoHo (NOrth of HOuston Street), Tribeca (the TRIangle BElow CAnal Street) and NoLita (NOrth of LIttel ITAly)

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Cost of Living in Manhattan

Curious about the cost of living in New York City NY? According to a 2006 article in New York Magazine, the value of a dollar in New York City is only 76% what it is in 26 other cities in the United States. Why? Taxes, for starters. A family of four living in New York City on $150,000 will likely spend 15.1% of their income on sales, auto, income, and property taxes. That's $22,635. Also, because New York City is arguably the cultural hub of the United States, you can expect to pay high prices for life-enhancing amenities such as baseball tickets and gym memberships. An annual gym membership at Equinox in New York City costs about $1,900, while a gym membership in Minneapolis costs around $1,400.

It's easy to be intimidated by these statistics. But don't get discouraged: New York City boasts wages well above the national median. If you work a job that pays $27,840 in Birmingham, Alabama, you can expect to make somewhere around $36,720 in New York City.

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