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HoodWatch: Vestry Named 43rd Best Block in NYC!

[Corner of Vestry and Greenwich by HoodWatch photographic correspondent Will Femia]

The results of Time Out's nonscientific survey of the Best Blocks in NYC are in, and we have glad tidings to report. A block found within this week's HoodWatch microhood scored big, landing at a plum #43 on the charts. TONY's skinny on the sainted block, Vestry between Greenwich and Hudson: "The northwest portion of Tribeca has become one of the city’s most desirable enclaves, and this stretch of Vestry is hard to top. The Greenwich Street restaurant lineup is around the corner, and Hudson River Park beckons from across the West Side Highway." Amen.

Oh, and the blocks ranked higher than #43? All right. TONY's Top 10, after the jump. (Brace yourself. Goddamn Fort Greene scored first place.)

1) South Portland Avenue between DeKalb and Lafayette Avenues, Fort Greene, Brooklyn
2) Gramercy Park South between Park Avenue South and Irving Place, Gramercy Park
3) West 20th Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, Chelsea
4) 45th Avenue between 21st and 23rd Streets, Long Island City, Queens
5) Convent Avenue between 143rd and 144th Streets, Sugar Hill
6) Montgomery Place between Prospect Park West and Eighth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn
7) Beck Street between Longwood Avenue and East 156th Street, Longwood, Bronx
8) Coffey Street between Conover and Ferris Streets, Red Hook, Brooklyn
9) Charlton Street between Sixth Avenue and Varick Street, Soho
10) West 78th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues, Upper West Side

· Block Stars [Time Out New York]