MURRAY HILL


Murray Hill



Keep up with the effervescent energy of Murray Hill's friendly bars and 24 hour eateries.

Murray Hill is within Manhattan, Midtown, and Midtown East and bordered by Flatiron District and Kips Bay


Laguardia Airport: 15 minutes by cab with no traffic
JFK Airport: 25 minutes by cab with no traffic
Wall Street / Financial District: 23 minutes by subway
Times Square: 17 minutes by subway





Education


The New York City Department of Education operates local public schools. P.S. 116, Mary Lindley Murray School, is the neighborhood elementary school. The entrances to P.S. 116 on 33rd Street are segregated into "Boys'" and "Girls'" doors. Each entrance features decorative carvings of male and female students, respectively, engaged in reading and scientific activities.

Murray Hill residents are also zoned to I.S. 104, the Simon Baruch School, located in the Gramercy Park neighborhood.



KIPS BAY


Kips Bay



Peaceful quietude permeates this neighborhood just minutes away from the wild side of Manhattan.


Kips Bay is rich in red brick apartment complexes and corporate comforts like Starbucks. You’ll never stray far from familiarity in this manageable and convenient neighborhood. Kips Bay feels stunningly residential, even against the backdrop of New York City streets. Pet-friendly, people-friendly, and surprisingly wallet-friendly in an infamously expensive city, Kips Bay keeps quiet and lets its neighbors (like Murray Hill) do the talking.


Kips Bay is within Manhattan and bordered by Midtown, East Village, Alphabet City, Murray Hill, Flatiron District, Midtown East, and Gramercy Park


JFK Airport: 25 minutes by cab without traffic
Laguardia Airport: 20 minutes by cab without traffic
Times Square: 24 minutes by subway
Wall Street / Financial District: 24 minutes by subway




Transportation


There is no New York City Subway service in the area. New York City Bus routes include the M9, M15, M15 SBS, M23 SBS, and M34A SBS.

Kips Bay is expected to be served by the Citywide Ferry Service starting in 2018.




NOMAD


NoMad


NoMad ("NOrth of MADison Square Park") is a neighborhood centered on the Madison Square North Historic District in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.


The name NoMad, which has been in use since 1999, is derived from the area’s location north of Madison Square Park. The neighborhood is bordered by East 25th Street to the south, East 29th Street to the north, Sixth Avenue (Avenue of the Americas) to the west and Madison Avenue to the east. The surrounding neighborhoods are Chelsea to the west, Midtown South to the northwest, Murray Hill to the northeast,Rose Hill to the east, and the Flatiron District to the south. NoMad is part of New York City's Manhattan Community Board 5.





Restaurants


The neighborhood was once the home of Delmonico's, New York elite society's favorite restaurant and the birthplace of Lobster Newburg. Today it has a numerous restaurants serving a wide range of cuisines, including San Rocco, Hill Country Barbecue, Bamiyan Afghan Restaurant, Antique Cafe, SD26, A Voce, Country, Ben & Jack’s Steakhouse and Illi. Eataly, a 44,000-square-foot (4,100 m2) Italian food market comprising Italian restaurants, cafes and wine and food shops opened in Summer 2010.


Transportation


NoMad is served by four New York City Subway stations. The 23rd Street and 28th Street stations on the BMT Broadway Line offer service on the N Q R trains at Broadway. The 23rd Street and 28th Street stations of the IRT Lexington Avenue Line are both located on Park Avenue South, offering service on the 4 6 <6> trains.

The area is served by the New York City Bus routes M1, M2, M3 on Park and Madison Avenues (northbound) and Fifth Avenues (southbound), with M5 service also on Fifth Avenue southbound. M5, M7 service runs on nearby Sixth Avenue. The M101, M102, M103 routes run on Third and Lexington Avenues, northbound and southbound, respectively. There is also M23 crosstown bus service on 23rd Street.


Education


Public schools in the area include Baruch College Campus High School, a collaboration between the New York City Department of Education and Baruch College of CUNY.
Private schools in the area include the Aaron School High School and the Rebecca School,both special education schools; the Fusion Academy, and the Drake Bennett School.
The preschool of École Internationale de New York is located in NoMad at 206 Fifth Avenue between West 25th and 26th Streets, where the school has 15,000 square feet (1,400 m2) with a 33-year lease.

Post-secondary schools include the New York School of Interior Design, and parts of Baruch College.





KOREATOWN


Koreatown


Koreatown (Hangul: 맨해튼 코리아타운) is an ethnic Korean enclave in Midtown Manhattan in New York City, centered on West 32nd Street between Fifth Avenue and the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Broadway, which is known as Greeley Square. The neighborhood features over 100 small businesses, including eateries and shops.


The Korean population of Manhattan (co-extensive with New York County) had nearly doubled to approximately 20,000 over the decade since the 2000 Census. Along with the Koreatowns in nearby Bergen County, New Jersey (in Palisades Park and Fort Lee) and Long Island (extending eastward from Flushing, Queens) in New York City, Manhattan's Koreatown serves as the nexus for an overall Korean American population of 218,764 individuals in the New York City Metropolitan Area, the second largest population of ethnic Koreans outside of Korea.



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