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Why Move to New York City?

by iROOMit Team
October 20, 2022

New York City is one of the US cities that is located south of the United States of America, the economic capital of the United States of America. It is the largest city in the states with an area of 1,213.4 km², with a population of 50,666,542 million. The city has a distinct geographical location and good transport infrastructure.

It is divided administratively into five neighborhoods: Staten Island, Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and The Bronx.The city was founded in 1624 by settlers from the Dutch Republic.

Description of New York City

The city is one of the largest centers of communication in the state of America, and one of the largest gates to receive immigration in America, and the largest centers of trade, industry, finance.

And also one of the largest cultural centers in the world, where it contains many museums, art halls, cultural associations, and theaters. The city has many buildings that differ in its architectural designs, with wooden buildings designed in the form of a sloping roof or bunk boxes. It is similar to the houses built in the Brooklyn area dating back to 1656.

The city also has buildings designed with more modern design such as skyscrapers like the Empire State Building, one of the tallest buildings in the city.

In spite of this, the city suffers from a number of problems such as the spread of crime, the phenomenon of drugs, discrimination, poverty and housing, which is one of the most important problems, with 65% of the city’s population living in rented hotels and apartments.

Tourism

The tourism sector is one of the most important sectors in New York City, with more than forty-one foreign and domestic tourists per year.  It includes many historical, tourist and religious sites such as Broadway, Times Square, Bronx Zoo, Coney Island, Ellis Island, Brooklyn Bridge, Broadway, Statue of Liberty, Metropolitan Art Museum, Washington Square Park and Empire State Building.

Attractions include religious events such as Thanksgiving at the Maeses Center, Halloween in Greenwich Village, free shows at the Central Park in the Summerstage area, seasonal activities such as ice skating in Central  Park and festivals as the Tribeca Film Festival.