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North and west is Hells Kitchen, in the “40’s” (most Manhattan area locations are so approximated by their east-west numbered streets) is an old ethnic area and warehouse district enjoying a residential renaissance, to soon be aided by an elevated bikeway and commercial corridor along an old rail line.

A suburban rail and ferry network services surrounding communities in Connecticut, Long Island, and New Jersey. Many residents don’t own cars and choose to depend on public transit or an occasional car rental.All are close to the city and offer relatively more living space, and all are experiencing verying degrees of economic and residential revival.Ethnic diversity is strong in all boroughs, while Queens is reputedly the most ethnically diverse area in the country.Finally, the New York metro area includes northern suburbs stretching up into Westchester County between the east bank of the Hudson River and the Connecticut border.Westchester is generally upscale and expensive, with spread-out towns and a country setting.Brooklyn is large and diverse enough to function as a standalone city, with large and some upscale residential areas with a modern downtown and substantial commercial and retail offerings areas.

Brooklyn is known for its large Olmstead designed (of Central Park fame) Prospect Park.

Surrounding Central Park, the Upper West and Upper East sides are predominantly residential, although both contain ample dining and shopping.

The Upper East Side also contains posh enclaves unaffordable for most, outstanding museums, and the designer boutiques of Madison Avenue.

(Broadway, another exception, moves at a gentle diagonal across the city.) Filling out the island are distinct districts. Midtown is the commercial center, with corporate headquarters, various media businesses, and world-class shopping along Fifth Avenue.

Large skyscrapers dominate Lower Manhattan, then retreat as does hard bedrock to build on in those areas, then reemerges in Midtown.

Brooklyn shares the western end of Long Island with Queens, with excellent transportation service into the city by rail and subway and numerous beaches, parks and residential neighborhoods south and east towards the large JFK airport.