NoLita and NoHo
Nolita is a vibrant neighborhood filled with eclectic boutiques and cafes, is a feast for the senses and perfect for people watching.
NoHo- the emerging destination for a diverse array of shops, hotels and restaurants.
Meatpacking District
Chic, high-end designers of every imaginable retail niche are represented among the distinctive boutiques that line the cobblestone streets that boast some of the city's most happening restaurants and clubs.You will find the best selection of sidewalk dining.
Gaze up at the unique cast-iron architecture, as you stroll streets where merchants range from luxury-brand flagships to international designer boutiques (APC, Agnes b., to name a few). SoHo offers an array of many exclusive home furnishing showrooms.
Lower East Side
Emerging designer boutiques and vintage stores among turn-of-the-century tenement buildings. L.E.S has a young urban vibe.Young art galleries are now claiming it their home.
Greenwich Village
Boutiques, run the gamut from independent and small luxury brands (Mulberry to Marc Jacobs), nestled here in between antique stores and charming nineteenth-century town houses.Boasts some of the most beautiful leafy tree lines streets.
East Village
Intrepid destination shoppers in the 70s and 80s claimed this neighborhood as their own. The energy continues today via funky, small shops and second-hand stores.
Just across the river, Williamsburg, Dumbo, Park Slope, Boerum Hill and Fort Greene beckon with diverse options for shopping, dining, and art appreciation. The individualistic personalities of these locales will capture your imagination.

Art Galleries of every variety share space with assorted boutiques and many elite nightclubs.

The cobblestone streets of this one-time industrial area now offer access to galleries, furniture showrooms, and boutiques.

Visit the "Four B's"-Barney's, Bendel's, Bergdorf's and Bloomingdales-then turn north for a trip up Madison Avenue and shops of the Upper East Side; or south down Fifth Avenue toward Saks.

Upper Westside
Independent boutiques are found in this easygoing residential neighborhood among brownstones and tree lined streets, close to Central Park and Lincoln Center.

Union Square/Flatiron District
Adored by food enthusiasts for its Farmer's Market; shoppers with a yen for home furnishings from around the world flock to ABC Home emporium. This area also has numerous interior design showrooms. It is Carrie's choice for the best neighborhood to shop chain retail stores, as the stores here lack the hysteria often found at their other locations.

Open Markets... Vintage finds and local designer wares  go on display during seasonable weather.

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