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Introducing Downtown

Downtown is Manhattan’s playground, a fashion-forward, youthful patchwork of thrillingly colourful neighbourhoods that include some of the city’s own favourite draws. In stylish Soho, clever boutiques mingle with glossy, high-end designer showrooms, and pleasantly quiet side streets vie with bustling boulevards for the attention of well-heeled shoppers. Next door is the West Village, one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the whole of the city, and one that takes an audacious and famously disorienting turn off-grid. (And it’s worth it: losing oneself in its leafy, brownstone-hemmed streets and sweet shops and cafes is a day unto itself.)

A little ways south, Tribeca’s the spot to rub shoulders with friendly, well-to-do families and a surprising roster of rich and famous residents. More southerly still, the city’s financial nerve center thrums busily at Wall Street; here, the freshly unpacked Freedom Tower and the World Trade Center memorial site – plus the spectacular waterfront views out to the Statue of Liberty – crown lower Manhattan with some of the city’s most recognizable skyline silhouettes.

Evenings in the area are made for dining, drinks, and dancing in good company. For grit and glitter, there’s the artsy and boisterous East Village, or the romantic High Line park lit up by the shop fronts and restaurants of the fashionable Meatpacking District below.

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  • East Village

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  • Flatiron

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  • Gramercy

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  • Greenwich Village

    With a past as storied as the tomes penned by literary giants who once walked its cobblestone streets, Greenwich Village is quite possibly New York’s ...

  • Lower East Side

    Once heavily populated by European immigrants, the Lower East Side beautifully melds 19th century history with 21st century appeal. Long renowned for its gritty integrity, ...

  • Noho

    Before the last decade, the north of Houston Street area was a bit of a gritty no-man's land. Sandwiched between the legendary East Village and ...

  • Nolita

    The Mafioso New York depicted in Mario Puzo’s novels and Francis Ford Coppola’s films now only exists in books and celluloid - but lately, the ...

  • Soho

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  • Tribeca

    Like a humble hero elevated to great heights in a classic American movie, Tribeca has come a long way from its rough and tumble roots. ...

  • Union Square

    Union Square is a Manhattan crossroads with a storied history. A traditional site of political activism, numerous rallies and marches have begun or ended here. ...

  • West Village

    With a lush Bohemian verve that ranks it among the most sought-after spots in the City, the West Village needs no introduction. From juice bars ...

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