CorelDraw Map Manhattan + Long Island US

Manhattan and Long Island are both located in New York, USA, and are known for their diverse neighborhoods and districts. Here’s a brief overview of some of the most well-known areas in both Manhattan and Long Island:


  1. Upper West Side: This affluent neighborhood is home to Central Park and iconic institutions like the American Museum of Natural History. It’s known for its elegant pre-war buildings and cultural attractions.
  2. Upper East Side: The Upper East Side is known for its upscale apartments, luxury shopping, and prestigious museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim.
  3. Midtown: Midtown Manhattan is the heart of the city’s business and entertainment district. You’ll find Times Square, Broadway theaters, and iconic skyscrapers like the Empire State Building.
  4. Chelsea: Known for its art galleries, Chelsea is a trendy neighborhood with a vibrant nightlife scene. The High Line, an elevated park, also runs through this area.
  5. Greenwich Village: Famous for its bohemian atmosphere and historic charm, the Village is a hub for artists, musicians, and writers. Washington Square Park is a central gathering spot.
  6. SoHo: Short for “South of Houston Street,” SoHo is famous for its cast-iron architecture, upscale boutiques, and art galleries.
  7. Harlem: Harlem has a rich cultural history, particularly in jazz and the Harlem Renaissance. It’s known for its historic brownstone buildings and vibrant street life.

Long Island:

  1. The Hamptons: The Hamptons, including places like East Hampton and Southampton, are upscale beach destinations known for their beautiful coastal properties and celebrity residents.
  2. Nassau County: Nassau County, on Long Island’s western end, features suburban communities, excellent schools, and proximity to New York City.
  3. Suffolk County: Suffolk County is known for its natural beauty, with areas like the North Fork and the Hamptons. It offers a mix of upscale and rural communities.
  4. Long Beach: A popular seaside community known for its boardwalk, beautiful beaches, and recreational activities.
  5. Huntington: This town on Long Island’s north shore offers a charming village atmosphere, cultural attractions, and a vibrant downtown area.
  6. Rockville Centre: A family-friendly village with tree-lined streets, a thriving downtown, and various cultural events.
  7. Garden City: Known for its upscale neighborhoods, Garden City is home to beautiful estates, upscale shopping, and the famous Garden City Hotel.

Both Manhattan and Long Island offer a wide range of neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and attractions. Whether you’re looking for a bustling urban environment in Manhattan or a more suburban and coastal lifestyle on Long Island, you’ll find a place that suits your preferences.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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