New York City — if you can make it there, you'll make it
anywhere. But what if you made it there, and now you have to move?? Will you ever find a neighborhood in your new
city that suits you as well as your NYC one did?
Enter The Morning News and their list, New York Elsewhere. Designed to help ex-pats find their
neighborhood equivalent in other cities, the list covers major hubs across the
US and a few international ones as well. Love Williamsburg? Try H Street in Washington
DC, Corktown in Detroit, or Hackney/Dalston in London. The Upper East Side more
your style? Yorkville in Toronto, Streeterville in Chicago or West Hills in
Portland may be just the place for you.
The information on the list is hardly all-inclusive, but it could definitely serve as a starting place for New York transplants...
It makes me wonder though; does this neighborhood math work in reverse,
as well? What if you live in Seattle and are moving to New York. Does Fremont
really approximate the West Village?
We'd love to hear your two cents. Do you agree with these neighborhood
equivalents? What's been your
experience?Read More: New York Elsewhere
via A Cup of Jo
(Images: 1. Google, 2-4. Google via The Morning News)