IS NEW YORK. AN ENVIRONMENTAL MODEL RIGHT UP THERE WITH THE STATE OF VERMONT AND VERMONT'S LARGEST CITY OF BURLINGTON...
Experience an urban green walk for miles with people walking, jogging, biking and skateboarding along the Hudson without disgusting cars and pollution all the way to One Trade Center in the Fi-Di district.
8 Avenue between W. 20 Street and W. 23 Street is one of the many commercial epicenters of Chelsea where you can find everything from dozens of inexpensive Hostels and Starbucks, 24-hour bodegas, flower stands, grocery stores and national pharmacies like Rite-Aid, Duane Reade, CVS and Walgreens in one row, and there is popular the High Line, chic Greenwich Village and the gay district.
8 Avenue between W. 21 and W. 24 Streets was the original eastern border of Chelsea. Chelsea took its name from the estate and Georgian-stylehouse of retired British Major Thomas Clarke, who obtained the property when he bought the farm of Jacob Somerindyck August 16, 1750.
Today's Chelsea's borders extend as far east as 5 Avenue and north as far as 34th St and south to 14 Street.
Multi-million dollars Brownstone townhouses line a typical residential street behind tall, skinny London planetrees that provide shade from the sun in West Village, New York City
When you get caught between the fog and New York City, you fall in love.
Manhattan has an estimated population of 1.63 million people, all living in an area of just 23 square miles. This gives Manhattan a population density of 70,826 people per square mile. Manhattan is the most densely populated of the five NYC boroughs and also the most densely populated county in the United States. It is more dense than any city in the country and one of the most densely populated areas on earth.
On weekdays, the number of commuters pushes the Manhattan population to more than 3.9 million, or 170,000 people per square mile.
Manhattan is the smallest borough in terms of land area and the third-largest in terms of population behind Brooklyn and Queens. Between 2000 and 2030, the population of Manhattan is expected to grow by 289,000 people. The school-age population is expected to increase, compared to an expected decline in New York City as a whole, by the elderly population is projected to grow by 58%.