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The Top 10 New York City Neighborhoods to Live In, According to the Locals

When you choose to live in New York, NY, you’re choosing a lot more than a place to call home. You’re choosing a lifestyle, defined by a city teeming with possibilities. Encompassing 8.4 million residents spread throughout five boroughs, New York’s intersecting cultures and communities have established the city as [...]
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