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The sprawling Midtown neighborhood spans the entire width of Manhattan and includes several smaller neighborhoods, plenty of notable landmarks, skyscrapers and a range of Midtown apartments and architecture within its boundaries. The neighborhood separates Upper and Lower Manhattan and is the largest commercial hub in the country - some may even consider it the largest in the world. Not only is Midtown the headquarters for some of the most well-known companies on Earth, including Bloomberg, Morgan Stanley, Time Warner and JPMorgan Chase, it’s also home to some of Manhattan’s most noteworthy residents, from doctors and diplomats to artists and designers. You never know who you’ll run into on the streets of Midtown!
New York residents and tourists alike love all the options found in Midtown, whether for sightseeing, dinner, shopping or entertainment. The landmarks are seemingly endless and include modern wonders like the Empire State Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Grand Central Station, The New York Public Library, the iconic Chrysler Building, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Bryant Park, Times Square and the Museum of Modern Art, not to mention hundreds of retailers and flagship stores that draw tens of thousands of shoppers to the Big Apple from around the world. There are few places in New York that encompass all the convenience and notoriety of Manhattan, just steps from most Midtown apartments and the lights and sights of Times Square.
Some of New York’s most desirable neighborhoods are in Midtown, from Hell’s Kitchen and Restaurant Row to artsy and expensive Chelsea, highly sought-after Gramercy Park, the historic and newly transformed Meatpacking District, affluent and peaceful Sutton Hill, quintessential Times Square and the Theater District, the sparkling Diamond District, and the designer-filled Garment District. Not only do all of these neighborhoods contain an abundance of amenities and their own unique profiles and personalities, they’re all home to unique architecture and Midtown apartments that appeal to the neighborhood’s many residents’ needs.
But perhaps the best part of living in Midtown is the convenience it offers. The commute to work, nearby restaurants and local entertainment might be as short as a bus ride or even a few blocks on foot. Families with kids can walk to daycare centers and visit during lunch breaks, families and friends can meet up after work for drinks, and residents can enjoy the high-end amenities many Midtown apartments offer that aren’t found in other neighborhoods, like rooftop terraces and pools, community lawns, a concierge service and central air conditioning. The central location can’t be beat, either, making it the ideal meeting spot and gateway for the best Manhattan has to offer.