Midtown-Manhattan New York


Midtown encompasses a number of different neighborhoods in Manhattan.  Spanning from 23rd St to 59th Street and from the Hudson to the East River, Midtown is home to Time Squares, the Theater District, the Empire State building and the primary business district in the city.

As New York’s largest business district and home to over 700,000 workers, Midtown is the most centralized and busiest commercial district in the entire United States.  An area known as the “Plaza District” used to describe an area between 42nd and 59th St from Seventh to Third Avenue is home to the most expensive commercial real estate in Manhattan.

Along with Times Square, the tourism center of Manhattan, the premiere Theater District can be found in Midtown Manhattan.  Walk over to Rockefeller Center and you will find yourself watching one of the premiere cultural centers in Manhattan.  On the west side of Midtown you will find what is commonly referred to as Hell’s Kitchen or now Clinton.  Midtown East is home to some of the finer high rise condominium buildings in the area.  Along Fifth Avenue you have a number of residential condominium buildings such as 325 Fifth Avenue, 425 Fifth Avenue, 400 Fifth Avenue and the Trump Tower at 721 Fifth Avenue.

Also home to Grand Center Terminal and Penn Station, your transportation options are plentiful whether you are just taking the subway around the city or if you are taking the train home to New Jersey or Connecticut.  Fifth Avenue runs through midtown where you will find some of the finest shopping possible, along with many Five-Star hotels.

Midtown will have a number of residential real estate options depending on whatever you need.  If you are looking for penthouse views, or a classic brownstone apartment they all can be found here.

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