New York's 5 most
famous shopping areas

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The 5 most famous
shopping areas in
New York

Note: The term "shopping areas" includes shopping districts, streets, and inside-a-building shopping complexes.

Fifth Avenue   49th to 59 Street

It's home to Tiffany's, Saks, Bergdorf Goodman, and other pillars of fashion.

Madison Avenue   57th to 72nd Street

New York's most luxurious shopping street is lined with high-fashion boutiques and other specialty stores.


Four distinct streets:

Broadway (Houston to Broome)
West Broadway (Houston to Broome
Prince Street (Broadway to Mercer)
Spring Streett (West Broadway to Mercer)

Trendy galleries and shops moved here from Greenwich Village.

Greenwich Village   8th St (6th Ave to Bway)

The shops typically have an offbeat personality. You'll find even more of them in the surrounding streets.

Time Warner Center   10 Columbus Circle

Contains a selection of upscale shops and restaurants - and a giant Whole Foods market in the basement.

Other famous
New York shopping areas

Diamond District
47th St (Fifth to Sixth Ave)

Manhattan Art & Antiques
Second Ave (56th & Second Ave)

St. Mark's Place
9th Street (Third Ave to Avenue A)

Times Square
Broadway (42nd to 48th Sts)

Trump Tower
Fifth Avenue (56th St & Fifth Ave)

Union Square
Broadway (14th to 17th Strs)


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