Your search results

Global jurisdictions

Posted by Saifeddine Schaghbred on May 27, 2014
New York County as a whole covers a total area of 33.77 square miles (87.5 km2), of which 22.96 square miles (59.5 km2) are land and 10.81 square miles (28.0 km2) are water. A modern redrawing of the 1807 version of the Commissioner’s Grid plan for Manhattan, a few years before it was adopted in 1811. Central Park is absent. One neighborhood of New York County is contiguous with The Bronx. Marble Hill at one time was part of Manhattan Island, but the Harlem River Ship Canal, dug in 1895 to improve navigation on the Harlem River, separated it from the remainder of Manhattan as an island between the Bronx and the remainder of Manhattan. Before World War I, the section of the original Harlem River channel separating Marble Hill from The Bronx was filled in, and Marble Hill became part of the mainland.
Australia 0 properties
Austria AT 0 properties
Belgium 0 properties
Canada 1 properties
Denmark 1 properties
EU 1 properties
France FR 0 properties
Germany 1 properties
Hongkong 0 properties
India 2 properties
Ireland IE 0 properties
Italy 1 properties
Japan 2 properties
Keyman Islands 1 properties
Luxemburg 1 properties
Mexico 0 properties
Netherlands 0 properties
New Zealand 0 properties
Poland 0 properties
Singapore 0 properties
Slovakia 0 properties
Spain 1 properties
Switzerland 1 properties
Taiwan 1 properties
United Kingdom 0 properties
USA 1 properties

Compare Listings