Upper West Side -South

During the 1930’s a significant number of Jewish refugees escaping Europe moved to Manhattan’s Upper West Side to join an already diverse community.  Bordered by Central Park on one side and Riverside Park on the other, this 2.5 square mile neighborhood has some of the most outstanding 19th century row houses in New York City, and contains a wealth of history and architectural styles

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Lori Weissman
Upper West Side North Walking Tour

Boarded by Central Park to the east and Riverside Park to the west, this two and half mile neighborhood - a 'powerhouse' of shuls, schools, and Jewish culture - boasts of some of the most exceptional residences in NYC, exemplifying Beaux Art, Art Nouveau & Art Deco architecture.

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Lori Weissman