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  Manhattan -- NY Bits
Manhattan is the smallest of the five boroughs in terms of land area and with a population of about 1.5M, only the third most populous borough, well behind Brooklyn and Queens.
Nevertheless, Manhattan is the original (pre-1898) New York City and still clearly the most important of the boroughs.
Its lower central part (14th through 34th street) is sometimes referred to as "Midtown South", although the most typical division of Midtown is East-West, not North-South.
www.nybits.com /manhattan   (1107 words)

  
  14th Street-Union Square (Green Line)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
At 14th Street-Union Square the train was to be shifted to the local track due to repairs.
The wreck occurred between 18th Street Station and 14th Street-Union Square on the downtown side at the entry to a former pocket track.
14th Street-Union Square and 72nd Street on the Interborough Rapid Transit West Side line had extra tracks on the approach to the station.
encycl.opentopia.com /term/14th_Street-Union_Square_(Green_Line)   (447 words)

  
 Apartments in Manhattan Innovative Apartments
Manhattan's many neighborhoods are not named according to any particular convention.
Manhattan has two central business districts, the Financial District at the southern tip of the island, and the business district in Midtown.
North of 14th Street, nearly all east-west streets use numeric designations, which increase from south to north to 220th Street, the highest numbered street on the island.
www.inapts.com /manhattan.asp   (360 words)

  
 Curbed : The New York City Neighborhoods and Real Estate Blog
The forthcoming issue of Habitat magazine digs into that question, citing examples like 30 Crosby Street in Soho ("fireplaces and flues were so poorly renovated, a lawsuit alleges, that smoke and carbon monoxide poured into apartments") and the Empire Condomimium Tower at Third Ave.
St. James is a beautiful street, and the bathroom does look pretty nice.
For about a year there was a building down as a consequence of a partial building collapse I think on WEA between 85 and 86th Streets.
www.curbed.com   (2769 words)

  
 New York City Maps - Manhattan maps and Hotels Guide.
During this celebration, Mulberry Street is renamed Via San Gennaro and the shrines and relics of this saint are paraded through the streets - don't be surprised to see the faithful pin dollar bills to the saint as he passes by - and the tantalizing smell of fried pastry and sausages fills the air.
The blocks south of Houston (pronounced HOW-ston) and north of Canal streets are home to the city's largest concentration of the cast-iron fronted buildings, built as warehouses and manufacturing spaces, but converted to living spaces, called "lofts," for artists and sculptors who appreciated the larger spaces.
Down the street is the Municipal Building, the government's first skyscraper (built in 1914) and where you actually get married when you have a civil ceremony "at City Hall." Just south of the building, a pedestrian walkway leads to the Brooklyn Bridge and its world-class view.
www.areahotelguide.com /new_york_city_maps.htm   (3027 words)

  
 Theater for the New City - Directions to Theater for the New City
to 14th Street in Manhattan, or to Broadway/East New York in Brooklyn and switch to the
From the West side of Manhattan, or the Northern Bronx or Westchester, take the Henry Hudson Parkway/12th Avenue south to West 10th Street, then take 10th Street east to 1st Avenue.
An alternate route is 34th Street east to 2nd Avenue.
www.theaterforthenewcity.net /directions.htm   (701 words)

  
 Directions and Parking - New York Eye & Ear Infirmary
The Infirmary is located in New York City (Manhattan) at 310 East 14th Street at the corner of 2nd Avenue.
Second Avenue bus (M15) to 14th Street and 2nd Ave.
Stay on FDR Drive until the 23rd Street Exit and continue south on service road to 14th Street.
www.nyee.edu /directions-and-parking.html   (445 words)

  
 14th Street Y
The 14th Street Y, a Jewish community center, is a vital neighborhood resource that welcomes people of all backgrounds.
The 14th Street Y is part of a network of 85 programs at 25 sites provided by
The Educational Alliance for all residents of Downtown Manhattan.
www.14streety.org   (103 words)

  
 Street Locator for New York City
This street locator is based on an algorithm which will ESTIMATE cross streets for any address on a numbered street in Manhattan.
It does not work for downtown streets which are not numbered.
There is a freeware PalmPilot program, X-Man, which is a Manhattan street address locator similar to the one above.
www.ny.com /locator   (69 words)

  
 Pratt Institute / pratt institute
BROOKLYN, N.Y., June 6, 2007 — At a press conference held today on the Pratt Institute campus in Brooklyn, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and representatives from nine colleges and universities announced a commitment to become a 2030 Challenge Partner and reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent over the next ten years.
Brooklyn, N.Y., June 27, 2007 — Pratt Institute is pleased to announce its continued participation in the fifth annual openhousenewyork (OHNY) weekend on October 6, 2007 with a new featured attraction, the Pratt Sculpture Park, which is the largest in New York City.
The two Spanish-language courses—“3ds max┬« Fundamentals: Modeling and Rendering I” and “3ds max Animation I”—part of CCPS’s Autodesk Media and Entertainment Training Center—will be held at Pratt’s conveniently located Manhattan campus at 144 West 14th Street.
www.pratt.edu   (771 words)

  
 New York Spas - Manhattan - Below 14th Street
New York Spas - Manhattan - Below 14th Street
125 E. 4th Street (Btwn 1st and 2nd ave.)
Broadway near Dey Street, 3rd Fl New York, NY Phone:
www.spahunters.com /spas/New-York/Manhattan/downtown   (44 words)

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