Welcome to New York City!
Welcome to New York City, one of the most famous cities in the world! Enjoy beautiful Central Park, towering skyscrapers, delectable world-class restaurants, exciting nightlife, and more. Let's explore the many attractions!
Iconic Landmark The Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
When you visit New York City, you must see the iconic Statue of Liberty and it's museum. Gifted to the U.S. from France, the Statue of Liberty greeted immigrants starting in 1885 and still leaves visitors in awe today. Her right hand holds a torch with a flame, and her left hand holds a tablet bearing the adoption date of the famous Declaration of Independence. She stands on Ellis Island and is only a boat ride away from the shores of New York. A guided tour of the Statue of Liberty will be one of your best memories of New York.
- 141 Feet Tall, 305' with Pedestal
- Weighs 225 tons
- Torch: 29 feet tall
- Copper & Steel
- Gift from France
Getting Around New York
Pedicab Bike Taxi
Bike or Scooter Rental
TIP: Purchase a MetroCard to use on the subways and buses. If you plan on driving in NYC, download the WAZE app or use Google Maps. The ParkWhiz app will help you find parking spaces, rates, and locations, and you can use it to make reservations.
Entertainment Hub Visit Times Square
The Heart of New York
When you visit New York City, the iconic Times Square is a must-see. You'll be in awe of the illuminated movie and musical advertising signs, street performers, restaurants, theaters, museums, and more. Visiting Times Square is an experience you'll remember for a lifetime.
- M&M World
- Rooftop Bars
- Comedy Clubs
- Broadway Shows
- Rockefeller Center
- Street Performers
- Famous Billboards
- Grand Central Terminal
You'll Love it Here
Buying a Home
If you dream of living in New York City, let's make it happen!
Explore many housing options, from residential towers, single-family, multi-family, condominiums, apartments, and co-ops. Whether you want to live in the energy of the city or the suburbs, New York offers a great way of life!
- Get prequalified for a mortgage
- We'll find you a real estate agent
- Meet with the agent
- Buy a home in New York!
Urban GetawayCentral Park
A Must Stop in New York!
Central Park is a great getaway in bustling NYC. Between Upper West and Upper East Manhattan, you can relax and enjoy 843 acres of grassy lawns, ponds, statues, and more.
Imagine seeing ducks land on one of 8 lakes and ponds, wandering over various bridges, people-watching, visiting the penguins at the zoo, learning about the bronze statues, and enjoying a variety of nearby restaurants.
Enjoy ice skating and sledding, riding the carousel, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing in Central Park during the winter months. No matter the season, Central Park needs to be on your NYC must-see list.
Culture Thriving Cultural Scene
Embrace the variety of art and music in New York
New York City provides visitors with cultural entertainment, starting with a grand array of museums, music, dance, Broadway shows, and more.
NYC museums include The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Soloman R. Guggenheim Museum, The National September 11 Memorial & Museum, and at least 40 others.
Live music, concerts, and musicals can be found around NYC in venues like Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Gardens, Kings Theatre, and many more locations.
Tap dancing originated in New York, but classic and contemporary ballet, breakdancing, and modern dance can also be found throughout the city and boroughs.
Let's Explore! Activities In & Around New York
There are so many activities and sites to see in NYC:
- The Met
- 3 Chinatowns
- Top of the Rock
- Rockefeller Center
- Empire State Building
- Guggenheim Museum
- Museum of Modern Art
- One World Observatory
The median price of homes is approximately $800,000 (Nov. 2022)
New York offers a variety of home-buying options, including highrise living, detached homes, semi-detached, townhouses, or condominiums. With highrise apartment buildings you will enjoy amenities like a full-time doorman, onsite pool, fitness center, and other perks. Consider living in a borough of NYC to save money on a house.
- Cost of living (single person): $5,300/month
- Average home price: $755,000
- Residential property tax: 3.078%+
New York City is nicknamed "The Big Apple" (among others)
NYC's nickname is "The Big Apple," but other aliases include The City That Never Sleeps, The Empire State, and Gotham City.
Enjoy a trip to New York between June and mid-September, and you'll enjoy temperatures in the mid 70s F to the mid 80s F.
- Elevation: 33 Feet
- Land area: 302.6 mi2
- Approx. population: 18.8 million (2022)
- Median resident age: 36.9 years old
$67,997 is the average salary in New York City (but higher-paying jobs abound!)
New York City offers every type of job you can imagine but common jobs include internships, retail sales associates, and administrative assistants. High-demand jobs in NYC include healthcare workers, transportation, and sales positions. Here are some other common jobs in NYC:
- Registered Nurse
- Retail Salesperson
- Laborers, Freight, Stock
- General & Operations Managers
Moving to New York City
Would you like to live in New York City?
New York Offers Big City Living and a Diverse Culture
If you would like to live in NYC, consider working in one of the largest industries in the area: healthcare, retail trade, manufacturing, professional or business services, or education. The trade industry, publishing companies, IT, and real estate also employ many professionals in the area.
If you're interested in moving to New York City, you can choose from a variety of home styles and neighborhoods, and a home with views of the water is also possible. Reach out to a real estate agent today to find your perfect home.
- Single-Family Homes
- Condos, Townhouses