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The Riverside Drive was nice since the architecture around here is old world (walk ups). You will find people hanging around and so seems quite popular with kids and families per se. Not an ideal or a usual place to go if you are in...More
Love riding on this street and looking at the town houses, beautiful old apartment houses, the wonderful statues. And the parks that abut. It. The city has evolved around this drive and a slow walk or bike ride here is amazing. Be sure to stop...More
We used to live in the first building on the south side of West 72nd Street and Riverside Drive and often walked up and down Riverside Drive (or Avenue). On a good day we could get all the way to the George Washington Bridge at...More
Riverside Drive is one of my favorite streets in New York City. It basically parallels the West Side Highway. You can looking at the Hudson River, a park that runs along side for a large part of the drive and beautiful old buildings. You also...More
LOve this street as it winds over bridges from the northern most edge of manhattan to 72 street on Manhattans west side. It crosses several bridge spans and covers some historically important areas of the city. Some very important building border this road including Grants...More
Visited Riverside Drive during my recent NYC trip.
A lovely green & pleasant drive, it offers beautiful waterfront vistas and is close to the Riverside Church built by Rockefeller as well as General Grant's tomb.
We often use Riverside Drive as an alternate to the West Side Highway when returning to New Jersey from lower Manhattan. The old buildings are rather stately and speak of another era. I picture all the residents as someones' grandparents.
Once the artistic hub of New York City, SoHo (South of Houston) is now one of the premiere shopping destinations in the world. Housing everything from the most popular luxury brands to swank boutiques you won’t find anywhere else, this is a sophisticated shopper’s dream come true. Broadway teems with big-name stores and people during the day, while Prince and Spring Streets are the other main drags to
explore by foot. Take a detour down the quieter side streets to see the real star of the district –majestic cast-iron architecture everywhere you look. What were once warehouses and art studios are now meticulously restored loft buildings favored by many of New York’s celebrities, making SoHo one of the trendiest addresses in the city. The pretty streets of Nolita (North of Little Italy) offer a more sedate vibe, with plenty of tiny boutiques and hip restaurants to seek out.