The Rental Market

Do you have neighborhood shame?

By Teri Karush Rogers | December 6, 2010 - 7:23AM

Developers aren’t the only with an expansive sense of neighborhood boundaries.    Plenty of New Yorkers take geographic liberties to associate their own 'hood with an enviable—or at least recognizable—neighborhood...such as:

  • "High Line" =  26th and 11th Ave
  • "Park Slope" = 4th Avenue and 16th Street
  • "32nd & 2nd" = Murray Hill
  • "Upper West Side" = Broadway & 113th
  • "Gramercy Park" = Peter Cooper Village
  • "Chelsea" = 30th and 12th Avenue
  • "Tribeca" = Lafayette and White
  • "East Village" = StuyTown
  • "Prospect Park Heights" = Crown Heights
  • “The Gold Coast”= Sixth Ave and West 4th Street
  • "Williamsburg" = Bushwick
  • "Morningside Heights" = 108th & Amsterdam
  • "Upper East Side" = Fifth Ave and 110th
  • "Far UES" = Norwalk, CT

Others….?

 

Teri Karush Rogers

Founder & Publisher

Founder and publisher Teri Karush Rogers launched Brick Underground in 2009. As a freelance journalist, she covered New York City real estate for the The New York Times. Teri has been featured as an expert on New York City residential real estate by The New York Times, New York Daily News, amNew York, NBC Nightly News, The Real Deal, Business Insider, the Huffington Post, and NY1 News, among others. Teri holds a BA in journalism and a law degree from New York University. 

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