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15 New York Landmarked Neighborhoods to Visit

Brownstones of Stuyvesant Heights in Bedford-Stuyvesant (Photo: Jane Teeling/CUNY Journalism Photo)

15 New York Landmarked Neighborhoods to Visit

Brooklyn Heights The Brooklyn Heights Historic District, designated in was the first-ever neighborhood landmarked in New York City. This neighborhood is arguably the most historic and bucolic in all of Brooklyn.

15 New York Landmarked Neighborhoods to Visit

Haughwout cast iron building at Broadway in Soho - by epicharmus

15 New York Landmarked Neighborhoods to Visit

McSorley's Ale House Lower East Side, the oldest Irish tavern in New York City

15 New York Landmarked Neighborhoods to Visit

15 New York Landmarked Neighborhoods to Visit