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Best Places To Live In New York, NY

Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score

New York: The City That Never Sleeps

New York City consists of five boroughs and is the most populous city in the country, with over 20 million residents. The city is the center of the New York Metropolitan area and has many well-known districts and landmarks. New York City is a port of entry for immigrants and is considered a "melting pot" due to many ethnic neighborhoods. The income level in New York City is well above the national average, but so is the cost of living.

Moving to New York City is a delightful experience for people from all walks of life. The city has much to offer, including fine restaurants, theater, parks, museums, and shopping. Real estate prices are some of the most expensive in the country. You'll see historical and iconic landmarks. The city is the filming location for many movies and popular TV shows, including late night shows. Enjoy unique activities such as sailing on the Hudson River or take in a concert and picnic at Central Park.

Need to get from one end of the city to the other? No problem! An excellent subway system gets you where you are going with ease. Purchase daily, weekly or monthly subway passes for convenience. New York City is also a wonderful city for walking and exploring the unique neighborhoods.

Living in New York City allows you to experience each of the four seasons. Feel the warmth of summer as you sun yourself in Riverside Park, or see the city blanketed in snow while you see the Christmas Tree in Rockefeller Center.

While the cost of living in New York is relatively high, you can have experiences that you won't find in other cities. The cost of renting is extremely expensive, with the average apartment costing over $3,000 monthly. Many restaurant prices are significantly higher than other cities, however bargains can be found in some boroughs like Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Manhattan is easily the most expensive borough to live in.

Living in New York is a positive experience. You can have celebrity sightings on a regular basis. Enjoy seeing the iconic Rockettes at Christmastime, or visit Little Italy for an endless choice of Italian Restaurants. Have the ultimate experience in Times Square with the lights and excitement. Visit the Statue of Liberty or the September 11 Memorial for a historic experience like no other. Feeling adventurous? Take a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge! Or take in views of the entire city from Top of the Rock.

The many neighborhoods in New York City provide something to suit anyone's needs. With so many options, finding the best places to live in New York can be difficult. We make things a little easier as you can specify your criteria is most important to you such as population size, home/rent budget as well as which metrics (amenities, crime, cost of living, etc) are most important to you.