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NEW YORK CITY AREA CODES

NEW YORK CITY AREA CODES

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  • This is a list of area codes in the state of New York: *212: New York City: Manhattan only; overlaid by 646 and 917 *315: Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, and north central New York *347: New York City except Manhattan; overlays with 718 and 917 *516: Nassau County
    *518: Plattsburgh, Saranac Lake,

new york city area codes

new york city area codes – Best Areas

Best Areas of New York Metropolitan Area
Best Areas of New York Metropolitan Area
Imagine you are moving to a new city, or thinking of starting a business. You want to pick the best location, right? How could you figure out the best area for you in a city, even if you’ve never been to it? You have to ask yourself “What am I looking for?” Do you want to move to the rich part of town or something more affordable? Do you want to open your business where people spend a lot on food? And, if so, how do you find those areas?

This book looks at Zip Codes within the metropolitan area and compares them to the metropolitan area as a whole. It points out all of the major differences between the two, for every Zip Code! You’ll see Zip Codes where the incomes are higher or lower than the city’s average. You might see Zip Codes that have higher concentrations of certain ethnic groups. You might even see Zip Codes that spend more on tobacco than others, or give more to charity.

This book does NOT have descriptions of each Zip Code. We look at the numbers and tell you when there are differences between the Zip Code and the metropolitan area as a whole. However, this book can easily tell you where you should go — “Birds of a feather flock together” and this book shows you where the different flocks are located!

Imagine you are moving to a new city, or thinking of starting a business. You want to pick the best location, right? How could you figure out the best area for you in a city, even if you’ve never been to it? You have to ask yourself “What am I looking for?” Do you want to move to the rich part of town or something more affordable? Do you want to open your business where people spend a lot on food? And, if so, how do you find those areas?

This book looks at Zip Codes within the metropolitan area and compares them to the metropolitan area as a whole. It points out all of the major differences between the two, for every Zip Code! You’ll see Zip Codes where the incomes are higher or lower than the city’s average. You might see Zip Codes that have higher concentrations of certain ethnic groups. You might even see Zip Codes that spend more on tobacco than others, or give more to charity.

This book does NOT have descriptions of each Zip Code. We look at the numbers and tell you when there are differences between the Zip Code and the metropolitan area as a whole. However, this book can easily tell you where you should go — “Birds of a feather flock together” and this book shows you where the different flocks are located!

New York City apartment porch during the winter snow blizzard of 2011

New York City apartment porch during the winter snow blizzard of 2011
New York City apartment porch covered in snow during the winter snow blizzard of 2011, photo taken overnight in midtown Manhattan.

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New York City
01-27-2011

New York City apartment window during the winter snow blizzard of 2011

New York City apartment window during the winter snow blizzard of 2011
New York City apartment window porch winter snow blizzard photo taken early morning in midtown Manhattan.

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New York City
01-27-2011

new york city area codes

To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide tax benefits for the recovery of the area of New York City damaged in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
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