The 125th Street BID includes a five block commercial area in central, west, and east Harlem between Morningside and Fifth avenues. Discover the energy and spirit of Harlem through culture, history, shopping, music, and entertainment.
Home to more than 175 department stores, specialty shops, and national chain flagships, 34th Street offers a huge selection of dining, apparel, shoes, accessories, jewelry, cosmetics, and more, for every taste or budget.
The Diamond District is the world’s largest shopping district for all sizes and shapes of diamonds and fine jewelry at tremendous prices and value.
More than 2,600 independent businesses are located in the Diamond District, and nearly all of them are related to diamonds or fine jewelry.
Because the 47th Street merchants are located so close to where jewelry is made and where diamonds are cut and traded, our jewelers can offer you a variety of precious goods, great values, and industry expertise.
Whether you’re making the most of a weekend getaway or looking for ways to mix up your lunch break, Downtown New York has all the shopping, dining, and entertainment you could ask for.
From City Hall to The Battery, savor one-of-a-kind flavors, discover awe-inspiring museums, catch a show, and so much more.
Known as Manhattan’s Town Square, Bryant Park is famous for its lush seasonal gardens, free activities, world class restrooms, and al fresco dining.
Located adjacent to the New York Public Library and surrounded by iconic skyscrapers, Bryant Park is visited by more than 12 million people each year and is one of the busiest public spaces in the world.
Columbus Avenue is known as one of the city’s top destinations for shopping, dining, and culture.
Friendly locals and beautiful architecture paired with Columbus Avenue’s landscaping, shops, restaurants, and cultural facilities create a truly unique urban boulevard — the perfect backdrop for your next New York City experience.
Chinatown is not only a great place to live, but also a great place to work, shop, dine, and explore.
Located near municipal offices, Chinatown is well-prepared to meet all your educational, medical, and financial needs.
Plus there’s a world of New York history on every block.
The people, the food, the arts, and music all tell the story of its history and the many cultures that have shaped East Harlem.
Encompassing northeastern Manhattan from 96th Street to 139th Street, to the East River and Fifth Avenue, East Harlem — also known as El Barrio — feels a bit more intimate than much of Manhattan.
We invite you to enjoy El Barrio’s real community feel, admire the public art, visit the museums and galleries, savor delicious foods, stop by La Marqueta (a Marketplace from the 1930s), and check out the many unique local shops.
East Midtown is one of Manhattan’s primary business hubs, featuring not only an abundance of banks and office supply outlets, but unique independent retailers.
Whether you’re visiting New York City, working in the area, or are a long-time resident, East Midtown is your destination for choice, diversity, and style.
A diversity of local independent retail shops and services is an essential part of life in the East Village.
Discover local businesses across the East Village that are the lifeblood of the neighborhood.
Since 1907, the Fifth Avenue Association has been instrumental in making Fifth Avenue a dynamic space of beauty and luxury where all are welcome to discover the best that commerce and culture have to offer.
Visit Fifth Avenue between 46th and 61st streets for flagship retail, five-star hotels, gourmet restaurants, and renowned cultural institutions.
The bustling neighborhood, as diverse as New York itself, includes some of the city’s most popular restaurants in a variety of price ranges and cuisines; a dynamic retail environment with a profusion of fashion, beauty, and home furnishings stores; superb educational institutions; and such architectural highlights as the fabled Flatiron Building, the Metropolitan Life, and New York Life buildings, and the exquisite NYS Appellate Courthouse.
Whether you’re looking for a place to grab a coffee, a new lunch spot, a new way to work out, a rooftop to sit on and watch the sun go down, or anything else you can imagine, it can all be found in the Garment District.
The Grand Central Business Improvement District (BID) comprises approximately 70 square blocks in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, and includes some of New York City’s most popular landmarks, attractions, restaurants, and retail stores.
The district is home to nearly 750 street-level businesses. Nearly half of those businesses are food and drink establishments.
At the center of the district, Grand Central Terminal not only provides a gateway to the city for commuters but serves as a destination for visitors looking to explore its shops, patronize its dining options, or attend its numerous hosted events.
With Clarkson Street to the North, Canal Street to the South, West street to the West, and 6th Avenue to the East, Hudson Square is a vibrant neighborhood in the heart of lower Manhattan.
Once home to whirring presses and printers’ magic, Hudson Square today hosts digital wizards, catering connoisseurs, brilliant broadcasters, talented trendsetters, serious scientists, and global brand beacons.
The HYHK district is broadly defined as West 42nd Street to the north, Eleventh Avenue to the west, West 30th Street to the south and Ninth Avenue to the east.
Hell’s Kitchen features cuisine from around the globe, all kinds of nightlife, the High Line, and the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.
Hudson Yards is New York’s newest neighborhood and home to more than 100 diverse shops and culinary experiences, offices for leaders in industry, significant public art and dynamic cultural institutions including The Shed, modern residences, and 14 acres of public plazas, gardens, and groves.
Lincoln Square is a bustling, vibrant part of New York City that combines a thriving commercial and retail presence, world-renowned cultural institutions and entertainment facilities, and a large residential community all in one neighborhood.
The Lincoln Square neighborhood begins at Columbus Circle at 58th Street and extends north to West 70th Street.
On the east, it’s bordered by Central Park and on the west by Amsterdam Avenue.
The Lower East Side is a vibrant and constantly evolving New York City neighborhood… an ideal destination for people to live, work, and shop.
Today’s Lower East Side stands as New York’s cultural epicenter, showcasing an array of galleries, eateries, boutique hotels, and legacy businesses that continue to stand the test of time.
The Madison Avenue BID extends from East 57th to East 86th streets on Madison Avenue and also encompasses the commercial areas of its adjacent side streets.
The district is home to more than 800 businesses, including the flagship boutiques of the finest fashion and jewelry designers, celebrated restaurants, spas and salons for exclusive pampering, four internationally renowned hotels, The Frick Madison museum, and more than 100 galleries.
The Meatpacking District is an epicenter of activity; with a wide range of restaurants and nightlife venues, people seeking quality experiences and atmosphere flock to the neighborhood.
Despite all the change, the area retains its character; historically through its architecture and cobble stone streets, and generally, with its eclectic mix of businesses and a nearby community of active residents and visitors from every community in New York City and around the world.
With beloved, historic architecture that’s home to generations of artists and creatives, NoHo is truly a unique downtown destination.
Many local Upper East Side businesses offer online shopping, curbside pickup, local delivery, and are delighted to help you place an order by phone or text.
You’ll find so much inspiration from the tremendous variety of stores our neighborhood has to offer – and with your help will continue to offer for years to come.
The SoHo Broadway improvement district (Broadway from Houston to Canal Street) is home to a vast array of national and international retailers as well as growing TAMI (technology, advertising, media, and information) businesses which are thriving in this vibrant mixed-use community.
Times Square is a hub that captures and celebrates the city’s artistic, creative, popular and diverse cultures.
The Alliance’s district covers most of the territory from 40th Street to 53rd Street between 6th and 8th Avenues, as well as Restaurant Row (46th Street between 8th and 9th Avenue).
With a wide array of dining and shopping opportunities, there is something for everyone here.
Whether looking to reunite with friends or get back to dining out, Union Square-14th Street is one of Manhattan’s best neighborhoods to spend the day shopping, dining, strolling, and so much more.
Check out the curated “Unique to Union Square NYC” guide to find the best local eateries, shops, cafes, hotels, retail stores, theaters, services + more.
Discover where to shop locally in our area. The guide is searchable by restaurant takeout/delivery, outdoor dining, indoor dining, independent retail, fitness/wellness and more.
Greenwich Village – one of the most historic neighborhoods of New York City – is a friendly, safe and inviting neighborhood with a huge variety of shops, restaurants, quaint alleyways, and a celebrated culture of diversity.
8th Street – one of New York City’s most iconic thoroughfares that spans from Sixth to Fourth Avenue in Greenwich Village – is home to unique shops, artisanal food, and exclusive services designed for people who know that smaller is better than big, and one-of-a-kind is more important than one just like the other.
Located on the northern-most tip of Manhattan, Washington Heights’ unique neighborhood serves a diverse community and is filled with rich heritage, majestic parks, and leading cultural institutions that make Uptown Manhattan a wonderful place to live or visit.