Statute of LibertyIn New York City, there is no shortage of fun, energy and opportunity.

The Big Apple is comprised of five boroughs, or counties – Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Each is home to unique neighborhoods that reflect diverse cultures, languages and ethnicities that make New York City a true melting pot.

It is also home to world-renown entertainment, sports and cultural institutions, retail shops and thousands of restaurants, all of which are easily accessible by car or public transportation from Urban Health Plan sites.

New York City is comprised of five boroughs – Brooklyn, the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Each has unique and diverse neighborhoods with distinct cultures and personalities.

It is also home to world-renown entertainment, sports and cultural institutions, retail shops and thousands of restaurants, which are easily accessible by car or public transportation from Urban Health Plan sites.

The Bronx is New York City’s northernmost borough, located northeast of Manhattan. It has been Urban Health Plan’s home since 1974. It is home to such city Yankee Stadiumlandmarks as Yankee Stadium, the New York Botanical Gardens and the Bronx Zoo.

Read more about the Bronx in this article on the NYC Go web site.

Through our sites in the South Bronx, Urban Health Plan serves the residents of Mott Haven, Morrisania, Hunts Point, Longwood, Third Avenue and Soundview.

Unisphere at Flushing Meadow park

The Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Park in Corona, Queens

Queens is New York City’s most populous and ethnically diverse borough. It is home to CitiField, home of the New York Mets, the United States Tennis Association Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, the Queens Museum and the Museum of the Moving Image

Read about the diversity of Queens neighborhoods.

Urban Health Plan’s Plaza del Sol Family Health Center is located in Corona, Queens, which is home to a large Latin American immigrant community with people from Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and the Dominican Republic.

Read more about Corona‘s diverse immigrant communities.

 

Interested in art and culture? We have a plethora of cultural institutions ranging from Broadway theaters, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and El Museo del Barrio.

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center

Visit our historic landmarks – Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, and the One World Trade Center.

Attend annual sporting events – New York City Marathon, U.S. Open at the National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Park in Queens

World-class Sports venues – Giants Stadium in New Jersey, home to the New York Jets and New York Giants, Yankee Stadium and Citifield, home to the New York Mets, and

Major concert venues: Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Madison Square Garden.

Kick off the holiday season with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

On New Year’s Eve, watch the ball drop in Times Square

Relocating? Where to live in the tristate area:

Deciding to relocate to the tristate area (New York, New Jersey and Connecticut) can be a complex transition that impacts you personally and professionally. We can provide you with relocation resources to make your move smooth and stress-free.

In addition to being close to wonderful Bronx neighborhoods, UHP is centrally located near the suburbs of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, and other New York City boroughs, like Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens counties.

Close to the Bronx is Manhattan, often considered the “core” of the Big Apple, which is home to trendy and upscale neighborhoods such as the Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Harlem and Washington Heights, exciting entertainment and nightlife, numerous museums and cultural institutions and historic landmarks. It will also be home to the transformational Hudson Yards development, a mix of residential, retail and park space.

Queens and Brooklyn offers a mix of suburban and urban residential communities. Residents of both boroughs often closely identify with their neighborhood, such as Corona, Jackson Heights, Long Island City or Astoria in Queens and Williamsburg, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Park Slope in Brooklyn, rather than with the borough or city. Both boroughs are a patchwork of unique neighborhoods, each with its own distinct identity. Several of these neighborhoods are home to a diverse mix of ethnicities and cultures.

East of Queens and Brooklyn are Nassau and Suffolk counties, which make up Long Island. Like New Jersey, Long Island is known for its miles of coastlines bordering Long Island Sound to the North and the Atlantic Ocean to the South. Its upscale communities, excellent school districts, and beautiful beaches make Long Island a popular and scenic place to live.

Travel a few miles north from Urban Health Plan and you will find yourself near the historic Hudson River towns of Westchester County. The area’s beauty, the historic attractions and the excellent schools make Westchester a wonderful place to live and raise children.

Further east of Westchester County is Connecticut, a southern New England state that’s a mix of coastal cities and rural areas dotted with small towns. Known for its picturesque coastline along Long Island Sound, Connecticut

A few miles west of our main site is New Jersey, accessible by the George Washington Bridge and known for its proximity to New York City and its wonderful beaches. New Jersey’s crown jewel is the 127 miles of Atlantic Ocean coastline that runs from Sandy Hook to Cape May. Along the state’s shore towns are beautiful barrier islands, majestic lighthouses, scenic views and New Jersey’s famous boardwalks.
 

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