This quaint part of the city was known as “Little Bohemia” since the early 1900’s it had a significant artist culture residing there. The streets are gorgeously tree lined with brownstones, lofts, and townhomes that an estimated 34,000 people live in. They enjoy the High Line a great public park to walk through, job, or even ride your bicycle in relative quiet. The Hudson River Park running from 59th Street to Battery is another popular outdoor spot to relax from the busier city streets.

    For a cultural fix, visitors can stop by the Whitney Museum of American Art to see over 21,000 amazing works of art that are in their permanent collection. The museum was commissioned in 1931 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney due to her intense support of all things art.

   Many famous people call this part of the city home, such as Sarah Jessica Parker, and her husband Matthew Broderick. They can frequently be seen walking through the street with their three adorable children, an older son and twin daughters.