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Living in New York is a state of mind.  Moving to New York can be a life changing event.  Whatever your situation, Living in New York provides an opportunity to surround yourself with movers and shakers of business, celebrities, 24 hour excitement and personal achievement.  Of course, Living in New York demands an adjustment to ultimate city living unless you hale from Chicago, Los Angeles or another large, international metropolis.  If you choose Living in New York after having lived in another major United States city such as Boston or San Francisco, then you will also be prepared for most of the challenges that Living in New York presents.  Whatever your reason for Living in New York, take the bull by the horns and dive into the lifestyle that makes Living in New York a thrill!

Get acquainted with Living in New York by visiting some of the well known sites:  Central Park, Wall Street and Greenwich Village.  Living in New York offers a cultural life that is found in many venues:  the Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Opera, the New York Philharmonic, the New York City Ballet and, of course, Carnegie Hall; as well as, numerous other galleries, institutes and museums.  Additionally, take advantage of the resources of major educational institutions:  Columbia University, City University of New York (a/k/a CUNY), Fordham University, New York University (a/k/a NYU), The Juilliard School, the Manhattan School of Music, The Fashion Institute of Design and a host of other institutions.

Living in New York successfully means to know your community by visiting:  Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, South Street Seaport, Union Square Farmers’ Market, Trinity Church cemetery, Chinatown, Little Italy, Soho, Fifth Avenue, Central Park Zoo, Bronx Zoo, Brooklyn Botanical Garden, New York Stock Exchange and many other sights.

Sports, as a spectator Living in New York, are emblematic to the character of the city.  Living in New York would not be complete without attending sporting events such as:  baseball, the Yankees or the Mets; basketball, the Knicks; football, the Giants or the Jets; ice hockey, the Rangers; horse racing at Yonkers Raceway or Belmont Park; and, tennis, the U.S. Open Championships.

Sports, as a participant Living in New York, are almost essential to successfully Living in New York.  Living in New York gives you ample opportunity to:  bicycle on Riverside Drive; fish in Central Park or off an East River or Hudson River pier; golf at nearby, world-class public and private courses; hike on the trails in the Catskill Mountains only a 100 miles away; horseback ride in Central Park; jog along the Reservoir or the avenues and streets of the City; play tennis at the Sports Center at Chelsea Piers; romp in the surf and stroll on the sand along the Jersey Shore or Long Island.

Shopping for people Living in New York has long been raised to an art form.  Antiques can be found along Madison Avenue.  Clothing is found at numerous flagship stores of the country’s leading specialty and department stores.  Boutiques and stores of all stripes offer an endless variety of items and products.  NYC offers cutting edge design for everything!

Entertainment venues fill the calendar with concerts, performances and theatre presentations so that those people Living in New York have a plethora of distractions:  Broadway theatres galore; Symphony Space; Radio City Music Hall; Gotham Comedy Club; and NBC Studio Tours.

Living in New York makes visiting neighboring communities easy, as many famous communities are within easy driving distances from NYC, or as New Yorkers do, via bus, subway, waterway or train:  Woodstock, the Hamptons, the North Shore, the Catskills, the Poconos, the Jersey Shore, Litchfield Hills of Connecticut and the Berkshires in Massachusetts; or, for a longer trek, Vermont.

Of course, Living in New York cannot be accomplished without first getting there and traveling around the city via its extensive highway and transportation systems:   air, LaGuardia, JFK, Newark International and Westchester Airports; rail, Amtrak, LIRR, Metro North and NJ Transit from Grand Central Station and Pennsylvania (Penn) Station; intra or inter-state bus, Greyhound and others; local bus and subway, Metropolitan Transportation Authority!  Don't forget to take a taxi to almost anywhere.

Unless you are visiting family or friends you will need accommodations before Living in New York or Moving to New York becomes your reality.  NYC is teaming with hotels, motels, inns and hostels for the budget minded to the deep pocketed.  One to five star facilities can be found to satisfy every temperament.

While you are enjoying Living in New York, you will undoubtedly want to eat.  You can find almost any cuisine to satisfy your food cravings at any price point.

Living in New York or Moving to New York can be the time of your life!

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