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When she’s not dating someone, she said, she attends at least one neighborhood singles event a week.
Neighborhoods popular with singles tend to have comparatively affordable housing, convenience to transportation and a good assortment of bars and restaurants — think Astoria in Queens and Murray Hill and the East Village in Manhattan.
In a city as diverse as New York, a neighborhood where dating happens naturally can be difficult to find. Dorothy Castillo found the prospect of moving to Manhattan enticing for any number of reasons.
Not least of all because she assumed the city’s dating scene would be far superior to that of suburban Rockland County, N. Castillo, 27, a special-education teacher who bought a studio apartment in Washington Heights two and a half years ago.“I was truly and honestly — I don’t know if this is naïve — but I was hoping to meet someone at the grocery store or walking down the street,” she said.
“It’s full of people who are like-minded: creative, well-traveled, educated, curious,” she said.
“I would say 75 percent of the people are people you’d swipe right on.
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Not all of those men are looking for women — Jackson Heights has grown increasingly popular with gay men.