Best streets in Civic Center

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Ranked 1st best street in Civic Center

"The longest street in NYC!"

- LauraPov
Broadway is the longest street of NYC (more than 25 kilometers). You can find everything in Broadway from commercial buildings with thousands of companies and organizations to art galleries, museums,...
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Park Row

Ranked 2nd best street in Civic Center

"Beautiful to rest on the bench and have lunch in the nearby..."

- LauraPov
Park Row is rather busy street itself with lots of traffic and noise. It has lots of retail stores, bars and restaurants. On one side of Park Row is City Hall Park, which is a lovely place to see. Lot...
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Spruce St

Ranked 3rd best street in Civic Center

"Academic Convenience Downtown"

- andiefrancese
Spruce Street, near Park Row, is home to Pace University's campus and because of that offers great convenience in a small area. When you enter the street you will find that the shops and the food spot...
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Nassau St

Ranked 4th best street in Civic Center

"On Nassau Street"

- Macsizzle
Nassau Street is in one of the most well connected sections of Brooklyn. This area is filled with activity and life. Pace University is in this neighborhood as well as Theatre Alley. You'll find vario...
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Rose St

Ranked 5th best street in Civic Center

"On Rose Street"

- Macsizzle
With many small businesses, churches, and restaurants, this street has constant traffic, but perhaps not constant fun. I think that this would be a nice street to live on, though it seems that there a...
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Ann St

Ranked 6th best street in Civic Center

"Ann St, A cool place"

- bonu
I believe that Ann Street is one of the oldest streets in New York City. The corner of Ann Street and Broadway is always busy with shoppers and tourists . "Barnum's American Museum" located on the co...
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Ranked 7th best street in Civic Center

"Connects much finer roads"

- JenMac
Avenue of the Finest has an interesting name considering there isn't much that's "fine" about it. It's the street that I think most people only know about because they happen to stumble across it whi...
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Unranked Streets

Centre St


"Government and Green"

- JenMac
Centre streets run through Civic Center starts just below Foley Square in Thomas Paine park. The square is actually pretty cool if you can ignore all of the surrounding noise. It was named for a Tam...
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Chambers St


"Beautiful, old governmental buildings"

- JenMac
Chambers starts its run through Civic Centre at Church street and this block is quite the motley mix of just what you would expect in the really downtown part of Manhattan. There are a few little res...
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Cliff St


"Great Place to Eat and Shop"

- hhusted
The best part of Cliff St. is the corner of Cliff St. and Fulton St. Here you will find McDonald's on one corner, which a vendor parked on the curb next to it, and small stores along the way on Fulton...
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Elk St


"convenient parking for downtown and government workers"

- torrieappel
Elk Street connects Chambers St, Reade St, and Duane St in downtown Manhattan. This street mainly serves as access to the various government buildings nearby, the Courthouse, US Court of Appeals, and...
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Foley Sq


"At Foley Square"

- Macsizzle
Foley Square is filled with various small businesses and shops. I really enjoy this area of Brooklyn near the East River. It was very walkable and convenient. The entire neighborhood would lend itsel...
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Gold St

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Unreviewed Streets

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Duane St

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