Where to Live
Manhattan is the beating heart of New York. From Chinatown to Washington Heights, this island borough is bursting with cool places to live. Across the East River, Brooklyn may be the hipster capital, but New York's most densely populated neighbourhood is also home to world class museums and beautiful public parks. Don't overlook Queens, the city's most ethnically diverse area and a place historically favoured by the Irish while working in America; historic, multicultural Harlem; Staten Island, linked to the city by ferry; and several charming New Jersey communities across the Hudson River, which enjoy convenient transport links to Manhattan. To find your New York home away from home, try StreetEasy.com, a popular alternative to Craigslist, or NakedApartments.com.
Weather in New York can be as unpredictable as a night out, but in general you can expect hot, humid summers, crisp autumns, snowy winters and all seasons in a day come spring. Like the shops, bars and attractions of the city itself, NYC weather is diverse and full of surprises.
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