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New York shares characteristics with a thousand other cities, still New York City is genuine. At the southern tip of New York State, the city covers 320.38 miles and is divided into five boroughs, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the Bronx. Till the twenty-first century New York City was well accomplished as the superior financial and cultural center of American society and an increasingly globalized world economy. Its stature is the backbone of one of the great, natural deep-water ports in the world; on its resultant concentration of financial services, commercial ventures and media outlets and on its long and colorful history as the "front door" to the United States for millions of immigrants.

In 1624, prior to European settlement, Native Americans, including the Rockaways, the Matinecooks, the Canarsies and the Lenapes, populated the area. While northern European and Spanish explorers had reached these groups before 1600, the establishment of a Dutch fort on Governor's Island began New York's modern history. Nicolls renamed the city "New York City" to honor the brother of King Charles II, the duke of York. The population estimated for the year 2004 is 8,104,079.

The city was one of the sites of the September 11, 2001 attacks, when nearly 3,000 people were died in the demolition of the city's tallest buildings, the World Trade Center. The Freedom Tower, intended to be exactly 1,776 feet tall, is to be built on the site and is slated for completion by 2012.

CLIMATE: New York has a humid continental climate because of the prevailing wind pattern which brings chill air from the interior of North American Continent. New York winters very are cold and can be snowy. Snowfall varies every year, but usually it measures about 2 feet in total. Due to the presence of Atlantic Ocean, city could maintain warm temperature than in the interior of Northeast. However, there has never been a winter since records began in 1869 in which enough snow to hide the ground did not fall at least once.

Sports Of Interest: National Football League (NFL), Ice Hockey, Baseball, Open Tennis, Cricket etc.

ECONOMY: New York City is a large center for international business and commerce and is one of three "command centers" for the global economy (along with London and Tokyo). The city is widely considered as a financial capital of the world and is a major center for finance, insurance, real estate, media and the arts in the United States. Other vital sectors responsible to raise the economy is the city's television and film industry; it is second largest in the country after Hollywood; medical research and technology; non-profit institutions and universities; and fashion.

Creative industries, like new media, advertising, design and architecture stands for a growing share of employment. High-tech industries like software development, game design, and Internet services are also developing; because of its location at the terminus of the transatlantic fiber optic trunk line New York City is the leading Internet gateway in the United States.

EDUCATION: Education in New York City is furnished through a vast number of public and private institutions. The city's public school system, The New York City Department Of Education, is vast in the United States and New York is home to some of the most important libraries, universities, and research centers in the world. The city is particularly known as a center for research in medicine and the life sciences

UNIVERSITIES: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HEALTH, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, IVY LEAGUE and many other.

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Percentage of types of units rented:
Studio 27%
One Bedroom 55%
Two Bedroom 17%
Three Bedroom 2%
Other 0%

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