Liz and J.R. Tracy love the Big Apple's cultural diversity. They relish taking their daughters to local shows, an elevated park that's almost in their backyard, and the many famous sites in New York City.
By Caren Oppenheim
While we've certainly been to the many historic landmarks in town—the Empire State Building, Ellis Island, Rockefeller Center, to name a few—we also try to find spots that feel less crowded and more intimate. We live in the Chelsea neighborhood, which is on the West Side between 14th and 34th streets. It's diverse and bustling.