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Google announced today that it has wired New York City's Chelsea neighborhood for free Wi-Fi, the largest outdoor public network in the city.
The network covers about 10 blocks surrounding the Google's New York offices where it employs about 3,000 people. The new network is part of an effort to cultivate Silicon Alley, a concentration of startups in Manhattan. Dumbo, which ranked fourth in median home sale prices last year, had the ninth-highest median sale price in 2012, at $869,259. Hudson Yards, a $15 billion project that is already declared as project of the century, went into the serious stage. Phase 1, which broke the ground this week, is development of the eastern part of site in west Manhattan, between 11th and 10th avenues. First building going under construction is south office tower designed by KPF (Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates). North tower, also part of the KPF's project will be second tower built on the Hudson Yards. Speaking of sustainability, Hudson Yards is designed to keep up with the latest LEED Gold and energy efficiency features like green construction, on-site energy generation, ventilation, high-efficiency lighting, garage exhaust, regenerative elevators, storm water reuse, filtered fresh air and much more. If you are planning a vacation to New York City, you may not know much about how the city is layed out and where everything is. The main part of New York City, Manhattan, is the island that fills up most of this picture. Heading north you get to the trendy Tribeca (Triangle Below Canal) neighborhood and Chinatown. Soho, Little Italy, and the Lower East Side are bounded by Canal Street to the south and another major landmark, Houston Street (pronounced "how-stun", not "hyoo-stun"), to the north. The Garment District is still home to many clothing designers and manufacturers, not a super scenic area.
Central Park starts at 59th Street, also known as Central Park South, and stretches 50 blocks north to 110th Street. Wi-Fi will be available to thousands of New Yorkers between Gansevoort Street and 19th Street from 8th Avenue to the West Side Highway. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center.

And Boerum Hill, where prices have risen significantly in the past several years, ranked sixth on this year's list, with a median sale price of $950,000.
According to the final design, there will be four new buildings, large green area as a public square, retail and cultural spaces, everything built above the rail yard.
7 subway extension will open right next to the Hudson Yards, making it one of the most accessible neighborhoods in NYC. It's a 47-story skyscraper, 273m (895ft) tall, located at 10th avenue and West 30th street, right next and above the famous High Line park.
Designed by David Childs of SOM, this mixed-use building will have 61 story of which 21 will be luxury residences, 17 floors of office space, 4 retail floors and luxury hotel on 11 floors which will include a Ballroom, Sky Lobby and Spa.
Fortunately, the street grid system in New York makes it pretty easy to find things, but it also helps to have a general idea of where the different neighborhoods in New York are located on a map. The Hudson River and New Jersey are on the left, the East River and Queens (a borough of New York City) are on the right. This is where Wall Street is, this is where Ground Zero is (where the World Trade Center used to be). The heart of Little Italy lies along Mulberry Street - plenty of Italian restaurants to choose from, though the neighborhood continues to shrink. The major avenues are numbered from east to west, with First Avenue closest to the East River and 11th Avenue near the Hudson River. Formally, the section east of Broadway is called the East Village, while the western half is called the West Village, though most people consider "Greenwich Village" to be the West Village area. Gramercy is the desirable residential neighborhood around the famed private park, Gramercy Park. Midtown Manhattan officially stretches from somewhere around 30th Street (encompassing some of the neighborhoods we just talked about) up to 59th, where Central Park begins. The famous Plaza Hotel sits across the street at the southeast corner of the park, along with the big Apple Store and FAO Schwarz toy store.
Final design is similar to the previous one about which we were reporting earlier this year in detailed post about new New York towers.
It will be also one of the the tallest buildings in NYC, offering great views of Midtown and Lower Manhattan from the Observation Deck, Sky Club Lounge and Ballroom on floors 62-70. We've put together this New York neighborhood map below, with all the different areas and boroughs clearly listed.

Tribeca, wedged between Soho and the Financial District, is home to warehouses converted into expensive lofts, and many nice restaurants.
Greenwich village has always been an artistic and literary center, and it's Bohemian character is shown by it's angled streets that refuse to conform to "the grid".
It runs north and eventually blends into the Murray Hill area (stretching roughly from 34th to 42nd). Workers in the south tower will enjoy column-free floor plates with floor-to-ceiling glass, three 6,000 square foot terraces and direct access to dining, shopping and entertainment in the Shopping and Dining Destination. Now, if a guidebook or website mentions Greenwich Village or the Upper West Side, you'll know what they are talking about. Chinatown is growing and moving into what used to be part of Little Italy, which lies directly to the north. The Lower East Side is a little grittier, though plenty of trendy bars have popped up over the years. This is really the main tourist area in New York, with the Theater District right around Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue shopping, etc. The Upper West Side is to the west of Central Park, and the Upper East Side is to the east of Central Park. This area used to be tenement housing when New York City was one of the most densely populated spots on the planet. The Upper East Side is home to a lot of old-money - plenty of high-rise apartments, shopping, and dining. The East Village, like the Lower East Side (which it used to be considered part of), has a rougher feel to it.
The trendy Meat Packing District is along the west side of Manhattan, between Greenwich Village and Chelsea.
The Upper West Side is a little younger, not quite so sophisticated, also home to plenty of nightlife. The Flatiron District is named after the famous triangular shaped building of the same name, and is home to plenty of restaurants and Internet-related businesses.

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