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Yorkville, named after York Avenue which runs down its center, was once New York City’s Germantown and home to German, Czech, Hungarian, Jewish and Albanian immigrants.  The area runs south to north from 80th street to 96th street and west to east from 3rd Avenue to the East River.  Not known to tourists, now Yorkville is the everyman’s Upper East Side.  It is still residential, but also assimilated, filled with the variety of small businesses, restaurants, bars and coffee shops of all kinds.  With the exception of 86th Street, it’s a quiet place to live, away from the hustling and bustling “scene” of the rest of Manhattan.  The style is more casual and the prices are lower than other nearby areas.  See the Uppereast.com Yorkville profile for more information.

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