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City Information

New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the nation. It’s divided into five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. Among some of the best and most popular neighborhoods across the five boroughs of New York City are Tribeca and Astoria. Tribeca, an upscale neighborhood in Lower Manhattan considered by many to be the most desirable place to live in New York City, is where you might find yourself rubbing elbows with celebrities, actors, musicians, and filmmakers. Astoria, a traditionally Greek-Italian neighborhood, is home to the recently expanded Museum of the Moving Image and the famous Steinway and Sons Piano Factory.

Another famous NYC neighborhood, Clinton, also known as “Hell’s Kitchen,” is within walking distance of some of NYC’s top media, publishing, and advertising firms. These include Conde Nast, Time Warner, CBS, FOX, NBC, The New York Times, Heart, Simon & Schuster, and Random House, making it an ideal location for commuters looking for a short trip to work. Hell's Kitchen also boasts some of the most thriving nightlife in NYC and a bounty of dining options can be found at Restaurant Row on 46th Street.

Top Employers
New York City is home to some of the nation’s best employers, including Warner Music, Indeed, Google, Publisher’s Clearing House, CBS, FOX and other major household names.

Local Attractions
No visit to New York City would be complete without a visit to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, the entry port to millions of immigrants and home of the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, a landmark that recognizes the site’s incredible history. Next on the must-see list is Times Square, a pedestrian-friendly landmark where you can shop, fine dine, see Broadway shows, enjoy the Naked Cowboy’s sudden appearances and more. Time Square is also the home of the New Year’s Eve ball drop event every year. The green jewel in the crown of New York City has to be Central Park, which is located directly in the center of the city. Here you’ll find the Friedsam Memorial Carousel and the Central Park Zoo. Also on the list is the Brooklyn Bridge, where visitors will be treated to both an amazing view of two boroughs, as well as a first-hand look at the iconic piece of infrastructure that’s been featured in so many great works of cinema. 

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