St. Lawrence County
The poorest places in each of New York’s 62 counties Wells (town) – Hamilton County. Batavia (city) – Genesee. Brooklyn (borough) – Kings County. Inwood (hamlet) – Nassau County . Brewster (village) – Putnam County . Queens (borough) – Queens County. Manhattan (borough) – New York County. Staten Island (borough) – Richmond County. Median household income: $73,197.
The City of New York is made up of five boroughs. Each borough is a county of New York State. New York City Counties .
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Food associated with or popularized in New York Manhattan clam chowder. New York-style cheesecake. New York-style pizza. New York-style bagel . New York-style pastrami. corned beef. Baked pretzels. New York-style Italian ice.
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Tribeca, a trendy neighborhood in downtown Manhattan , is home to New York City’s richest ZIP code, where the average income of residents is $879,000, Bloomberg reported. It’s the fifth-richest ZIP code in the US, according to Bloomberg’s ranking. Tribeca is “the epitome of downtown cool,” according to StreetEasy.
The worst neighborhoods and districts in Unsafe Areas in New York are: Long wood. A neighborhood in the Bronx , with population of 33,198 people. Fort Greene. A Brooklyn neighborhood of 23,886 people. Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill & Dumbo.
Statue of Liberty. Statue of Liberty. Central Park. Central Park. Rockefeller Center & Top of the Rock Observation Deck. Rockefeller Center | Photo Copyright: Lana Law. Metropolitan Museum of Art . Metropolitan Museum of Art . Broadway and the Theater District. Empire State Building. 9/11 Memorial and Museum. High Line.
Manhattan , Brooklyn , Queens , Staten Island , and The Bronx .
New York State population in 2020 is estimated to be 19.4 million and its fourth most populous state in US.