NYC Buildings by Neighborhood

Each neighborhood in New York City has its own history and distinctive charm. Since the city has never officially defined them, the names and borders vary. Over the years, neighborhoods have changed shape, overtaken others, or risen out of others. Manhattan Scout has divided NYC into its most common neighborhoods, facilitating your search for the right property or apartment to buy or rent in your desired location. For a more advanced search on a map with multiple search criteria use the NYC Map.

On the map below, click on a neighborhood to see its condo, co-op and rental buildings.

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Neighborhood Guide

Navigation

  • Battery Park City
  • Chelsea
  • East Village
  • Financial District
  • Flatiron / NoMad
  • Gramercy Park
  • Greenwich Village
  • Hamilton Heights
  • Harlem
  • Lower East Side
  • Midtown East
  • Midtown West
  • Morningside Heights
  • Murray Hill
  • NoHo / NoLIta
  • SoHo
  • TriBeCa
  • Upper East Side
  • Upper West Side
  • Washington Heights
  • West Village

Content

  • Battery Park City

    Battery Park City

    Battery Park City is a Manhattan neighborhood next to both the World Financial Center and the Hudson River. Battery Park represents a live-and-work environment where sophisticated New York City apartments are family and professional friendly.

  • Chelsea

    Chelsea

    Chelsea is Manhattan’s one-stop destination for almost all your needs. This part of NYC is filled with mid- to high-rise properties, and more. The area also enjoys shopping, fine dining, and leisure areas to enjoy.

  • East Village

    East Village

    The East Village is known for its diverse community and for being home to both old and new. Condos and rentals in this Manhattan neighborhood flaunt a variety of both classic and modern architecture.

  • Financial District

    Financial District

    The Financial District is the center of New York City’s monetary interests. While considered the business mecca of NYC, there are tons of high-rise properties, condo conversion lofts, and rental buildings—and the number is growing.

  • Flatiron / NoMad

    Flatiron / NoMad

    North of Madison Square Park, or just NoMad, and the Flatiron District are situated in the heart of Manhattan. NoMad is a newly branded New York City neighborhood located between 26th and 30th Streets, Park Avenue and Broadway, while the Flatiron District ranges from 23th Street all the way down to 14th Street.

  • Gramercy Park

    Gramercy Park

    Greenwich Village is one of New York City’s most historical spots. Known as the Bohemian neighborhood of Manhattan, this is a place where you can also find mid- to high-rise apartments and condos in a mixture of ancient and modern architecture.

  • Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village

    Greenwich Village is one of NYC's most historical spots. Greenwich Village, known as the Bohemian spot of Manhattan, is also a place where you can find mid to high-rise apartments and condos in a mixture of ancient and modern architecture.

  • Hamilton Heights

    Hamilton Heights

    Hamilton Heights is a naturally beautiful spot with a variety of parks and cultural centers situated in the northern area of Manhattan. People from different cultures flock into this district more for its beauty than for its inexpensive condos and rentals.

  • Harlem

    Harlem

    Harlem represents one of Manhattan’s most culturally diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. Located just north of the Upper East Side, Harlem encompasses classic pre-World War I brownstone buildings as well as newer condo and rental buildings. Harlem is home to the world famous Apollo Theater and other historical venues.

  • Lower East Side

    Lower East Side

    The Lower East Side, obviously located in Lower Manhattan, is one of the busiest places in NYC. It is home to upscale boutiques, restaurants, trendy night-life spots, and other “in” locations. Still, with all of its excitement, the area offers fairly-priced rentals and condos.

  • Midtown East

    Midtown East

    Midtown East is home to Manhattan’s most iconic building, the Empire State Building, and various other landmarks. Midtown East is also one of NYC’s busiest business districts, boasting enthralling skyscrapers and luxury real estate properties.

  • Midtown West

    Midtown West

    Midtown West is noted for being one of the most modern neighborhoods in Manhattan. This area boasts some of the best restaurants and properties in NYC, including numerous condos and rentals—there’s most likely a good property to be found here.

  • Morningside Heights

    Morningside Heights

    Morningside Heights is considered by many to be an extension of the Upper West Side. The beautiful Riverside Park and the world-famous Columbia University, along affordable living, have transformed Morningside Heights into one of the most desirable neighborhoods in New York City.

  • Murray Hill

    Murray Hill

    Murray Hill is a neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan that is known for its antique touch. It boasts unique boutiques, brownstone blocks, and mansions. This NYC neighborhood is home to more affordable and less populated mid-rise condos and rentals.

  • NoHo / NoLIta

    NoHo / NoLIta

    NoHo, the area “North of Houston,” is a small district of Manhattan with a rich history. Once farmland, it is now home to condos and rental buildings that flaunt the architecture of the nineteenth century to the present day.

  • SoHo

    SoHo

    SoHo, the area “South of Houston,” is a Manhattan neighborhood that includes an array of boutiques, shops, and elegantly-designed condos and rentals. SoHo is noted for its unique building facades, like the cast-iron architecture, a distinctive characteristic in NYC real estate.

  • TriBeCa

    TriBeCa

    TriBeCa is undeniably one of Manhattan’s most charming neighborhoods. TriBeCa has transformed a mere downtown neighborhood into a more developed place to reside and brought together restaurants, schools, and the most sophisticated condos and rentals in NYC.

  • Upper East Side

    Upper East Side

    The Upper East Side is a Manhattan neighborhood rich in flavor and history. Home to famous landmarks, museums and parks, this busy neighborhood also possesses some of the most charming and elegant condos, co-ops, and rentals in the city.

  • Upper West Side

    Upper West Side

    The Upper West Side is a busy and upscale Manhattan neighborhood situated between Central Park and the Hudson River. The buildings within the area are mostly luxury condos, co-ops, and rentals fit for the on-the-go people in this part of NYC.

  • Washington Heights

    Washington Heights

    Washington Heights is one of the highest points of Manhattan. While this NYC neighborhood has a very interesting historical background, in its current setting, it is home to fairly-priced real estate properties.

  • West Village

    West Village

    The West Village is the Manhattan area once known as Little Bohemia. Now, the West Village has a lively environment with shopping areas and fine dining, as well as condos and rentals. Primarily a residential district, this NYC neighborhood is filled with classic lofts and modern residential towers.