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New York

Welcome to New York

An eclectic, high-energy business and fashion mecca with unparalleled entertainment, dining, and shopping

New York is an energetic and eclectic city that has attracted people to its bustling streets since it was founded in 1624. A city brimming with history and culture, New York has always been a town that inspires creativity, innovation, artistic imagination, and entrepreneurial dreams. 

Dozens of Fortune 500 companies call New York home, offering residents productive networking and career opportunities. 

The city has many unique neighborhoods, offering residents the benefits of convenience and walkability. When it’s necessary to commute to the office or venture outside of your community, New York has a phenomenal public transportation system to get you where you need to go. New York’s most sought-after neighborhoods are fabulous tree-lined enclaves with beautiful brownstone townhouses or gleaming highrise luxury condos. The city is replete with iconic destinations like Yankee Stadium, Broadway, Wall Street, the NY Stock Exchange, Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Bridge, and Central Park

The infectious allure of New York City continues to draw in an eclectic populace of industrious entrepreneurs, techies, fashion designers, artists, musicians, business executives, and finance gurus. Any time of the day or night, it’s possible to find somewhere to go and something to do. From dining at renowned 5-star restaurants, looking for the latest designer outfit in Manhattan, to dancing the night away at a famous nightclub or having pizza at 2 a.m., this town truly does not sleep. 

New York is also a premier destination for art, culture, and fashion. There are dozens of incredible museums to visit, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Museum of Natural History, and many more! There’s always something going on somewhere in New York, from local farmer’s markets and community events to big-time events like New York Fashion Week, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, New Year’s Eve in Times Square, and the Christmas Tree Lighting at Rockefeller Center. New York also boasts many professional sports teams, including the Yankees, Mets, Giants, Jets, Rangers, Islanders, Knicks, Nets, Red Bulls, and the New York City FC, giving fans year-round opportunities to cheer on their home teams. 

What to Love

  • High-energy, upscale city living
  • World-renowned dining and entertainment
  • Beautiful historic neighborhoods
  • Diverse and industrious neighbors

Local Lifestyle

New York is a cultural mecca where hundreds of languages are spoken, international cuisine abounds, and where neighborhoods are alive with eclectic fashions, music, and traditions. The heart of town, Manhattan, buzzes with the energy of Wall Street, excited tourists and fashionistas on a mission to score the newest designer find. At night, the restaurants and bars hum with live music and the banter of friends having drinks. There are also quiet nooks, parks, and green spaces, where residents can escape the concrete jungle and relax in the beauty and serenity of nature. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

New York is home to dozens of Michelin Star restaurants, world-renowned entertainment, and an endless variety of upscale designer shops and boutiques. Cipriani is a NY landmark, offering an exclusive dining experience of authentic Italian cuisine with posh surrounds. The highly sought-after Momofuku Ko features multi-course Asian-American cuisine in a stylish and romantic setting. Getting a reservation here is difficult, so you’ll have to plan far in advance. For a consummate cultural dining experience, visit The Russian Tea Room for an indulgent Russian-inspired afternoon tea. Per Se is another popular NY restaurant with exceptional cuisine and offers a fantastic view of Central Park.

New York is known for its cultural and entertainment venues. Don your best eveningwear and enjoy a night with the New York Philharmonic. Experiencing New Yorks's iconic nightlife is a must and well worth cover charges. There are dozens of fabulous clubs, but a few of the most popular ones are Paul’s Cocktail Lounge, Avant Gardner, 1Oak, and Paradise Club.

Shopping venues abound all over the city, but the hotspot for upscale shopping is Soho, Manhattan, and Hudson Yards. These neighborhoods have the finest high-end retail therapy, including Lois Vuitton, Dior, Anine Bing, Reformation, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Tiffany’s, Prada, Gucci, and dozens more.

Things to Do

It’s the city that “never sleeps,” so there’s always something to do in New York. There are dozens of museums, entertainment venues, clubs, parks, upscale shopping venues, professional sports events, festivals, concerts, and a world-renowned foodie scene. Central Park is perfect for a long walk, a jog, or a picnic. As its name implies, it’s a central gathering spot that offers residents a host of recreational experiences and is also home to outdoor concerts, festivals, and community events throughout the year. 

The Brooklyn Bridge is another New York icon and popular destination for visitors and residents. The bridge is a primary connector between Manhattan and Brooklyn and is known for its gorgeous stone arches. The bridge has a shared pedestrian and bike path, making it a popular destination for outdoor exercise. 

For a taste of the frenetic energy of the city’s financial district, visit Wall Street and NY Stock Exchange. New York is also widely known for its fashion culture, and the most anticipated event of the year is the New York Fashion Week. This series of fashion events and galas draws in designer elites, newfound design talent, and celebrities from all over the world.

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