Manhattan is considered one of the biggest financial, cultural, and tourist capitals of the world. The city is located south of the Bronx and west of Queens. With almost two million inhabitants packed into 23 square miles, some of the most important socio-political decisions are made in Manhattan that will affect millions of people outside of the United States. For example, it is home to not only Wall Street, but the United Nations Headquarters as well. As such, Manhattan’s economy is largely based on white-collar workers with an average income of $2,749 per week.
The city of Manhattan became one of New York’s five boroughs in 1898. During this period, the Bronx and Manhattan still shared the same county but different boroughs. It was not until 1914 that Manhattan and the Bronx were separated into two separate counties. Along with its complex geographic history is the borough’s intricate cultural and ethnic makeup. There are dozens of different neighborhoods throughout the city and each one attracts its own group of people. For example, Harlem houses a large African American population, while many of borough’s Chinese inhabitants can be found around lower Manhattan and China Town. East Village is home to many people of Indian descent, commonly called “Curry Row.”
The micro-cities and neighborhoods throughout Manhattan are connected by a convoluted series of subway lines and bus routes. The subway system opened in 1904 and today includes 469 separate subway stations throughout the entire city of New York. In considering not only the amount of subway stations that are present throughout Manhattan, but the interconnectedness of the various lines and trains, Manhattan’s subway is considered to be one of the most (if not the most) complicated public transit systems in the world.
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Currently, there are 14 Residential, and 3 Commercial listings in Manhattan, NY.
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