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Riverside Drive

Posted by in Blog, Community, History, Other, Parks, Real Estate, Street Scenes, Transportation

Riverside Drive is New York City’s most scenic street. As one of the Upper West Side’s main roads, it parallels the West Side Highway and offers panoramic views to the Hudson River. From brownstones to limestone townhouses and beaux arts pre-war buildings, the street is rich in both its architecture and history. Read below to discover what makes this NYC landmark a must-see for both locals and visitors alike!

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NYC Holiday Lights on the UWS

Posted by on Dec 22, 2016 in Other, Street Scenes

‘Tis the season for lovely NYC holiday lights on the Upper West Side!

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Autumn on the Upper West Side

Posted by in Community, Other, Parks, Street Scenes

Autumn on the Upper West Side is absolutely beautiful!  It’s truly what fairytales are made of.  For more photos of the Upper West Side, be sure to check out our Instagram page!

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Pokemon GO on the Upper West Side

Posted by on Aug 2, 2016 in Community, Events, Other, Street Scenes

It’s official. Pokemon GO on the Upper West Side is HERE.  It has taken over NYC by storm. The augmented virtual reality game has shattered records with more than 75 million downloads since it’s release a few weeks ago. The game encourages players to catch them all and the Upper West Side offers plenty of prime hunting hot spots for residents and visitors alike.  Read below to find out what can you catch and where without having to leave the neighborhood. Get ready to go outside and explore!

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The Grand Bazaar Opens its Doors

Posted by on Jun 30, 2016 in Food & Drink, Gourmet Groceries, Local Business, Local Services, Locals, Other, Shopping, Street Scenes

Come visit one of the longest running markets in NYC by visiting the Grand Bazaar this summer. The market’s located in the heart of the Upper West Side at 100 West 77th Street and is open from 10am to 5.30pm. Read below to find out what’s awaiting in this new community space featuring plenty of indoor and outdoor stands with more than a hundred merchants selling anything from antiques and edibles to rare artisanal items!

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Upper West Side Streets Named After Famous People

Posted by in Community, History, Other, Street Scenes

The Upper West Side is one of the most historic neighborhoods in the country and many brownstone-lined Upper West Side streets offer an interesting glimpse into the past. Influential artists have stayed in this cozy corner of the city from the very beginning and attribute part of their success to this magical place they once called home. Some streets have been renamed to honor the lasting legacy these artists have left behind. Read below and learn more about some of the neighborhood’s most notable residents and discover where they used to live.

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