Welcome to the most western block of 77th Street in New York City, to a second-floor front apartment that, if you lean just right, offers that prized real estate attraction, a glimpse of the Hudson River. This book invites you to turn in the opposite direction for a more profound perspective of urban life—the dramatic changes in the Upper West Side from a 1960s neighborhood of friendly shops and affordable restaurants to the latest hot destination in the new millennium, competing with Tribeca and SoHo and their high-priced meals and exorbitant rents.
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