Manhattan + Long Island US Map

Manhattan and Long Island are both part of the New York metropolitan area, and they contain numerous districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and charm.

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Let’s explore some of the notable districts and neighborhoods in each region:


  1. Financial District:
    • Home to Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange.
    • Skyscrapers like One World Trade Center dominate the skyline.
    • Historic sites such as Trinity Church and the Charging Bull.
  2. Midtown:
    • Times Square, a bustling commercial and entertainment hub.
    • Iconic landmarks like the Empire State Building and Rockefeller Center.
    • Broadway theaters and luxury shopping along Fifth Avenue.
  3. Central Park:
    • A vast urban oasis in the heart of Manhattan.
    • Offers recreational activities, cultural events, and scenic landscapes.
    • Surrounding neighborhoods include Upper West Side and Upper East Side.
  4. Greenwich Village:
    • Known for its bohemian atmosphere and historic Washington Square Park.
    • Quaint streets, coffee shops, and a vibrant arts scene.
    • Home to New York University (NYU).
  5. Harlem:
    • Rich in African-American culture and history.
    • Famous for its jazz and gospel music heritage.
    • Cultural institutions like the Apollo Theater.
  6. Chelsea:
    • Artistic neighborhood with numerous galleries and the High Line park.
    • Chelsea Market, an indoor food and retail market.
    • Trendy boutiques and nightlife options.
  7. Chinatown and Little Italy:
    • Colorful neighborhoods with a rich cultural heritage.
    • Authentic Asian and Italian cuisines, respectively.
    • Festivals, markets, and cultural celebrations.

Long Island:

  1. The Hamptons:
    • Exclusive beach communities known for luxury homes.
    • Popular summer destination for wealthy residents and celebrities.
    • Southampton, East Hampton, and Montauk are notable areas.
  2. Nassau County:
    • Suburban area with a mix of residential and commercial zones.
    • Upscale communities like Great Neck and Garden City.
    • Nassau Coliseum for sports and entertainment events.
  3. Suffolk County:
    • More rural areas with farms, wineries, and coastal towns.
    • The North Fork is famous for vineyards and agricultural activities.
    • Long Island Aquarium in Riverhead.
  4. Huntington:
    • Historic town with a vibrant arts and cultural scene.
    • Heckscher Park and the Paramount Theater.
    • Diverse dining options and boutique shops.
  5. Long Beach:
    • A barrier island with a famous boardwalk and beach.
    • Surfing culture and annual events like the Long Beach International Film Festival.
    • Recreation, dining, and nightlife.
  6. Glen Cove:
    • A city with a mix of historic and modern elements.
    • Welwyn Preserve and Morgan Memorial Park.
    • Rich maritime history.

These descriptions only scratch the surface of the many districts and neighborhoods in Manhattan and Long Island. Each area contributes to the overall diversity and vibrancy of the New York metropolitan region.

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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