Following up our master list of 160 secrets of New York City, we bring to you 160 hidden gems of
A list of mews in NYC from the pre-automobile era when horse-drawn carriages meant a need for stables. Remaining mews have mostly been converted into residences.
10 of NYC's one-block streets: Gay Street, Dennett Place, Henderson Place, MacDougal Alley, Pomander Walk, Sylvan Terrace, Jones Street, Mill Lane, Washington Mews
The 10 smallest historic districts in NYC, from Sniffen Court in Manhattan, Eberhard Faber Pencil Company in Greenpoint Brooklyn to Bertine Block in the Bronx.
There are many areas that retain the charm of old New York, from small streets in the West Village to hidden alleys in Murray Hill, even including an area in Staten Area!
You're familiar with the famous historic districts in Manhattan: Greenwich Village, Chelsea...But did you know some historic districts are less than one block?