Upper West Side is a neighborhood in Manhattan that lies between Central Park and the Hudson River north of West 59th Street.The area is primarily a residential and shopping area. Many of its residents work in more commercial areas in Midtown and Lower Manhattan.The area has a reputation for being home to New York City's liberal cultural and artistic workers, as opposed to the Upper East Side, which is considered home to more conservative commercial and business types.One of the main attractions is Lincoln Center, the famous performing arts center located on Lincoln Square where you can find notable institutions like the Julliard School and Fordham University.Upper West Side is also noteworthy for its cuisine. It offers a wide variety of cuisines from a range of cultures and backgrounds.Moreover, the apartment buildings along Central Park West, facing the park, are some of the most desirable apartments in New York, some of which are famous beyond Manhattan’s boundaries. Among the... Read More
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