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-The '''Lower East Side''' is a [[neighborhood]] in the southeastern part of [[New York City]] [[borough (New York City)|borough]] of [[Manhattan]]. It has traditionally been an immigrant, working class neighborhood, but it has undergone [[gentrification]] in recent years and is increasingly populated by young professionals, artists, and students.[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]+The '''Lower East Side''' is a [[neighborhood]] in the southeastern part of [[New York City]] [[borough (New York City)|borough]] of [[Manhattan]]. It has traditionally been an immigrant, working class neighborhood, but it has undergone [[gentrification]] in recent years and is increasingly populated by young professionals, artists, and students.
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The Lower East Side is a neighborhood in the southeastern part of New York City borough of Manhattan. It has traditionally been an immigrant, working class neighborhood, but it has undergone gentrification in recent years and is increasingly populated by young professionals, artists, and students.



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