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Just over 200,000 people call Yonkers, New York their home. Yonkers is home to a diverse population in its 18 square miles. Located alongside the Hudson River, Yonkers is a city often used as a backdrop of television shows, movies, and theatrical shows alike. Yonkers has slightly more women than men, and that has not changed much in the last couple of decades. The population has remained steady over that time period as well. There are many LGBT facilities, as well as a very dominantly welcomingread more..
Ranked the fourth best place in the U.S. for families in 2010 by Forbes, Syracuse, New York, is located in the central part of the state. It’s home to some 145,000 people, although the metro area surrounding it has a much larger population of 660,000. To contrast with this massive number of people, the area around Syracuse is full of gorgeous natural spaces and even some swamps. The universities and colleges in the area employ a large number of people, as do hospitals. If you’re looread more..
One of the most well-known cities in the world, New York City is also known as one of the biggest LGBT havens in the United States. It’s the home of Stonewall, site of the beginning of the modern LGBT movement. As the host city of the United Nations, New York is also one of the most important cities for international diplomacy, finances, and culture. With a population of over 8.5 million, NYC is one of the most densely populated cities in the U.S. Many different businesses are headquarterread more..
Yonkers is home to almost 200,000 people, making it the fourth largest city in New York. It’s also considered a suburb of New York City, which means residents have access to everything the Big Apple has to offer without a long travel time. The city is home to a raceway, the Hudson River Museum, and a number of major shopping centers. Yonkers is home to a large number of Irish-Americans and hosts one of the longest-running St. Patrick’s Day parades in the country. Yonkers doesn&rsquoread more..
Rochester, New York, sits on Lake Ontario and is the third largest city in the state with some 210,000 people. It’s at the center of the huge Rochester metro area that spills over into six counties. Rochester was one of the first true boomtowns in the state, growing incredibly fast thanks to the flour industry. Today, the city is a major manufacturing hub in addition to being home to several research universities. Xerox, Kodak, and other tech companies have their homes in Rochester. The ciread more..
Buffalo, New York, sits on the shore of Lake Erie near the Niagara River. It’s the second most populous city following New York City, being home to more than 258,000 people. Many of those people came during the 1900s, following the creation of the Erie Canal and the railroads. Today, Buffalo’s industry centers on government, health, automotive, and financial businesses. If you’re looking for a gay neighborhood in Buffalo, you’re looking for Allentown.&nread more..
New York City – the Big Apple. The city is high on the list of places to visit and live for the LGBT community, especially those who love the theater. It’s also the location of the historic Stonewall riots, one of the most important parts of LGBT history. NYC is home to the largest gay and lesbian communities in the U.S., and while you can point to specific neighborhoods, it’s safe to say that you’ll find LGBT people throughout the area. There arenread more..
Yonkers is a very gay friendly city in the state of New York. It is also the fourth most populated area in the state with a very diverse citizenship of 195,976. It is about two miles north of Manhattan along the Hudson River. The settlement was originally a farming community with an industrial waterfront and a lot of the architecture reflects the original structures from the turn of the last century. Yonkers is home to a very old Irish-American community and it also has a prominent Iread more..
Brooklyn is a borough of New York that is well known for it’s gentrified air of old world authenticity and vibrant community cultural life. Geographically, Brooklyn and neighboring Queens (also very LGBT-friendly) are located on the western tip of Long Island, across the East River from Manhattan. There are more than 2.5 million residents in Brooklyn, which is now also established and often referred to as a separate city. According to our Gay Realtor Brooklyn most areas in Brooklyn aread more..
Warwick, NY is an older small town of 32,065 people located in the southern part of Orange County. It is located on Greenwood Lake on the border of New Jersey. It is also bisected by Glenmere Lake, which is a critical endangered species habitat in the Appalachian Trail area. Other beautiful small lakes in the town include Cascade Lake, Sterling Lake and Wickham Lake. There are also many small waterfalls running off granite and shale cliffs. If you love water, wildlife and hiking trails youread more..
If you love art and culture and want to buy real estate in a place where it is absolutely okay to be openly gay or lesbian then Long, Island City, New York is perfect! Long Island City is a very large and popular residential neighborhood in the borough of Queens in New York City. The neighborhood welcomes people into Queen’s at 59th Street after they cross the Manhattan Bridge. This is an exciting neighborhood for investment because it is in a state of fast and ongoing gentrificationread more..
Binghamton, New York is a city located in Broome County that is situated at the meeting of the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers. It is a progressive, LGBT–friendly town that is home to Binghamton University as well as many high-tech firms including IBM, Rockwell and Lockheed Martin. The city has four seasons with very warm, humid summers and cold, snowy winters. If you like a White Christmas this city often has one with an annual average snowfall of 84.4 inches. The city’sread more..
Syracuse is located in the picturesque Finger Lakes Region of Upper New York. It is a city with four distinct seasons including a very snowy winter and a hot humid summer. Real estate is also quite affordable here considering that it is still small enough to be charming yet big enough to have most of the features of a big city. The city is surround by swamps and wild land so walks through nature are never far away from the sophisticated urban life of this big city that is home to seread more..
A prime gay area in the city is the culturally and ethnically diverse 19th Ward that includes a posh new development full of shiny new condos called “Brooks Landing.” The homes here were built in the sixties and very upper class with leaded glass, hardwood floors, gardens, wide driveways and open porches. A less expensive area of town is Corn Hill, which is considered to be one of the city’s best locations for artists and LGBT individuals to settle down. This is one of tread more..
If you are looking for a vibrant, gay-friendly place to work and live in then gay realtor Albany, New York recommends living in one of the many neighborhoods that border Lark Street in the city. This street is the site of many quaint independently LGBT-friendly and owned businesses including art galleries, antique shops, restaurants and coffee houses. It is a real place of cultural connections that intersects several hip, gay friendly neighborhoods including (from south to north) theread more..
It’s easy to feel right at home in Buffalo, which several LGBT tourism sites also refer to as “Queen City.” This name is a bit tongue-in-cheek because the designation was official Buffalo has a very tight and loyal community that is very supportive of newcomers. It is easy to find a gay real estate agent that can show you around and recommend the best places in town for gays and lesbians to live. The town itself is very culturally dynamic with hundreds of eclectic, ethnic andread more..
If you are looking for a vibrant, gay-friendly place to work and live in then gay realtor Albany recommends living in one of the many neighborhoods that border Lark Street in the city. This street is the site of many quaint independently LGBT-friendly and owned businesses including art galleries, antique shops, restaurants and coffee houses. It is a real place of cultural connections that intersects several hip, gay friendly neighborhoods including (from south to north) the Park Soutread more..
New York, New York is the most populated city in the United States and also the most densely populated in the U.S. This means affordable space can be scarce. New York has many different neighborhoods ranging in price and character. That is why it is very important to consult with a gay realtor New York real estate expert who knows the city well and is capable of getting you the most space possible for your money in a LGBT friendly area. Located on one of the world’s largest natural harborread more..