Midtown

The Heart of New York City
Midtown is the central portion of the island of Manhattan. Within Midtown are many smaller neighborhoods, including Hell's Kitchen, Chelsea, and Murray Hill. The area contains many of New York's prime tourist attractions, such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, and the Rockefeller Center. It is also the country's largest entertainment, media, and commercial center, and now a growing financial hub as well. There are endless amounts of fun in Midtown with its Broadway Theater District, parks, and shopping.

If you want to be in the center of New York City and all its skyscraper glory, Midtown is the place to live. Renters greatly enjoy the hustle and bustle of the business district and its vibrant cultural scene. They love how accessible it is to get around the rest of the island and how their eating and drinking options are umlimited.
What Midtown Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
7.5
value
7.0
amenities
7.0
social
7.0
management
7.0
safety
8.0
Median rents in Midtown
Studio
$
3,250
1 Bedroom
$
3,900
2 Bedroom
$
5,450

Living in
Midtown

Lots of Restaurants
Many Bars
Can Get Noisy
Tourists
Close to Campus
Subway and Train Stations
Businesses
Nearby Grocery Stores
Gramercy Park
All Kinds of Cuisines
Hectic
Midtown — 8.1/10 Rating (based on 105 neighborhood reviews)
Neighborhood is great. very safe. There is a 24 hour Duane Reade right on the corner, a yoga studio next door, dry cleaner next door and Gristedes one block away. Lots of restaurants just a few blocks down. A movie theatre in Kips bay. Indian grocery stores and restaurants on Lexington ave and 28th street. Trader Joe's around there somewhere too. The closest train station is Grand Central which can get quite crowded and is a 10-12 minute walk away from the building.
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8
/10
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New York Tower
I walk about 20 minutes to school, but it’s a walk through a great part of town. I have easy access to subway lines, lots of grocery stores, and I enjoy running on the west side highway. It’s also nice to be a close distance (but not necessarily TOO close) to Penn Station for travel purposes.
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9
/10
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303 West 21st Street
The neighborhood has a ton of cool bars and restaurants around along with grocery shops like Trader Joe's. Its vibrant but not a party location like some of the places in either Village so its never too loud.
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10
/10
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127 East 30th St
Pros: close to both the ACE and the 7 subway lines; Amtrak/NJ Transit at Penn Station; and Bolt and Mega Bus by the Javits Center. The High Line is right up the street from my apartment, which takes you straight to Meatpacking and Chelsea Market. Lots of restaurants and bars nearby in Chelsea. Also a short walk to Whole Foods and 6th avenue shopping.

Cons: A bit of a walk to get to grocery stores, coffee shops, and pharmacies (~3-5 blocks). Lots of construction! Hudson Yards construction is 24/7; and the construction on 28th street between 10th and 11th avenue also goes into the weekend. The Scores and Eagle Bar noise isn't as bad, but it can get noisy on late weekend nights, with drunk and rowdy patrons smoking outside.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
AVA High Line
My apartment experience has been very good so far. It is in a very safe neighborhood and due to the location in East Midtown Manhattan, my building is in the center of public transportation, restaurants, stores, Bloomingdale's, movie theaters, gyms, etc. The only down side is that due to the way one or two of the streets nearby are located, one has to watch for pedestrian accidents as my mother had an accident when she was crossing the street and had the right of way. It can also be noisy but that's part of living in Manhattan.
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8
/10
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The Landmark
PROS
* Easily accessible from a majority of transit hubs.
* Tremendous investment on the part of private and public entities, so there's a lot of development and renewarl.
* Proximity to Javits Center, Penn Station, and Time Square make it heavily policed and quite safe.

CONS
* NOISE--from the Lincoln Tunnel, the Javits, the River, the tourists, but above all else the construction
* Proximity to Javits Center, Penn Station, and Time Square can suck the character out of the location. Don't move here if you're looking to easily find a neighborhood with it's own personality (your local coffee place is going to be Starbucks and your local Italian place is going to be a hike if you want anything other than Sbarro/Olive Garden).
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/10
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Plaza West
I think that Hell's Kitchen is one of the most underrated neighborhoods at Stern. It is a great location, between Stern and Central Park. During the summer, it's perfect! You can walk up to Central Park, go to the Hudson River, and avoid Times Square. The neighborhood has a lot of restaurants and bars as well - which make it a fun place to live. The commute to Stern is short - about 30 minutes. The only con is that the supermarkets in this area are slightly expensive (i.e. Whole Foods), and the open markets close pretty early.
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8
/10
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435 West 54th Street
Great. We live definitely closer to the West side - as in by Union Square. The farther east you go the idea is it becomes less safe. Lots to do, lots to see, and a straight shot to school
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
207 East 14th street
A young neighborhood with plenty of bars and restaurants. There are a number of grocery stores, coffee shops, and the neighborhood overall is accessible to much of the city.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
221 East 33rd Street
Great neighborhood with a lot of restaurants, bars, shops. A lot of young people in the neighborhood. Being so close to Grand Central is a plus.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Murray Hill Tower
Great neighborhood in New York City. 9th Avenue is great because of wonderful restaurants and the tourists never venture over from 8th Avenue.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Midwest Court
I've lived on the Upper East Side, the East Village, and Murray Hill - so I thought I wouldn't like living in an area so close to tourist attractions like Port Authority and Times Square. But the area pleasantly surprised me - there are great restaurants and bars nearby and it's not that touristy unless you walk towards 8th ave. We're a 10 minute walk to the Hudson, where there are biking and running paths, and a dog park.
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8
/10
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420 West 42nd Street
Step outside and within minutes you have some of the best restaurants in NYC at your fingertips. Whatever type of cuisine you are craving you will find it from Thai, Japanese and Italian on 9th ave to more touristy hotspots in Times Square. For groceries, Food Emporium is a couple of minutes walk away, and Whole Foods is about 15 minutes further towards Central Park.
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9
/10
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The Ritz Plaza
This isn't the worst part of Hell's Kitchen, but still not a place I'd want to raise a family. The building is safe and staffed 24/7, but there are often some shady characters out front.

As far as nightlife, food and drink, the area is awesome. Tons of good food and fun bars, as well as coffee shops to hang out in during the day.
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4
/10
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Avalon Clinton
Pros - Fairway at 30th/2nd ave, which is wonderful. Route E shuttle goes to 30th/1st ave, so it's easy to get to and from campus on weekdays. Very quiet area, but with lots of restaurants and a fair amount of nightlife. So close to Penn Station, which makes it easy to get to the airport and to leave the city.

Cons - It can feel far from the heart of campus, and I'm constantly taking cabs and public transit back and forth; combined with high rent, this can get expensive.
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7
/10
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The Devon Condominium
You will never go hungry in Hell's Kitchen! Lots of restaurants and bodegas, a few supermarkets (albeit overpriced ones) and bakeries. It can be noisy at times, but only during rush hour. Feels a world away from times square, even if within walking distance. Close to subways and buses.
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6
/10
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Hudsonview
A big of a boring area. Close to all the Times Square trains but not fun to have to walk there. Lots of tourists so gets very crowded. Close to some nice corporate restaurants like Hakkasan. But generally speaking why live here if you could live downtown.
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6
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The Atelier Condos
Herald Towers is located right in front of the Macy's and Victoria's Secret which is always full of people and tourists. It's quite safe as long as you are aware of your surroundings but it does get quite noisy. Lots of bars, and places to eat.
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9
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Herald Towers
The neighborhood has been a great place to live. There are lots of bars and restaurants around. The subway is very accessible, along with several bus routes. It's centrally located, and has a big grocery store and movie theater very close by.
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10
/10
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The Wilshire
Right in Midtown, near Penn station which is both good and bad. Doesn't have a neighborhood feel if that's what you're looking for.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Olivia
It is a lively neighborhood to live especially for a student. It is close to everything especially food! There are hundreds of restaurants in this area. Grocery stores are also very easy to find. I think it is a safe area.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
350 West 55 St
You can't beat living near Gramercy. There is some low-income housing nearby but you will find that anywhere in New York.
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9
/10
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Parc East
I enjoy living within walking distance to my office in Midtown. There is a great grocery store a few blocks away. Traffic from Port Authority Bus Terminal (people and vehicles) can get a little hectic at times.
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6
/10
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455W37
You're a block away from Central Park, 15-minute walk to Fordham, and very close to all of the trains. As is the struggle with most NYC neighborhoods, it's not always easy to find cheap lunch/dinner options.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Wilshire Plaza
Good neighborhood with a lot of different food options and a good night life. Very close to Grand Central.
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10
/10
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The Nash
On the fringe of Murray Hill. Not really in the heart of it where most recent college grads are.
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8
/10
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71 Park Ave
Lots of local restaurants, shops and art galleries. Walk to Highline and great neighborhoods.
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8
/10
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250 West 15th St
Close to campus, lots of great stores and places to eat, near to Union Square, lots of subway options, very safe, not very loud (except for school areas), but expensive prices reflect this.
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8
/10
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True North Flatiron 43
14th St. has pretty much everything you need. Trader Joe's is the popular grocery store (albeit crowded) and has a Duane Reade and CVS right by the convenient L subway stop at 1st Ave
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7
/10
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StuyTown
Many restaurants and stores. Bus is near by, trains are 3 blocks away. Close to west side highway if you like to run or walk. Several gyms in the area. The area is pretty safe.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
534 West 42nd
Close to great subways including the express A train to West 4th (school)
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
450 W 55th St
Very convenient, tons of bars and restaurants. Just not very clean.
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
539 West 49th St
There could be better local bars but it's in a pretty nice area
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Caroline
I live a block away from Penn Station. It’s what you expect.
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5
/10
Neighborhood Rating
404 8th Ave
Quiet, pet friendly, lots of old people. 2 great bars on the corner. Grocery store across the street. 6-7 minute walk down to the L train on 14th st.
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8
/10
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Peter Cooper Village
This building is in front of the 2nd bomb that didn't go off in Chelsea. I was unable to sleep in the apt that night due to FBI regulations. Other than this exception, I generally feel safe and comfortable in my neighborhood.
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8
/10
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777 6th Avenue
Super close to Flatiron building and Madison Square Park. Great subway access and the stops are not very crowded. No express train though.
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7
/10
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Instrata Nomad
Short walk access to many bars & restaurants, and Grand Central Station. Very safe area, close to Midtown with a neighborhood feel.
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10
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Paramount Tower
Lots of bars, restaurants, grocery stores. Nice parks, East River bike path. Close to R, W, 6... lots of buses, and NYU shuttle.
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8
/10
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227 e 25th st
Close to work/campus, lots of bars/restaurants, close to Union Square for transport. Not very clean though and can be noisy.
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8
/10
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328 East 15th St
Very close to Grand Central Terminal, convenience can't be beat. But area is not residential at all, unsurprisingly.
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8
/10
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The Vanderbilt
The neighborhood has a lot around. The building is a block away from the park. Everything is at your fingertips.
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8
/10
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Wilshire Plaza
Kips Bay has the perks of a quiet, residential neighborhood, and is a relative unknown. Hidden gem? Maybe.
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8
/10
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Kips Bay Towers
-Close to campus
-Nearby grocery stores
-Great bars and restaurants nearby
-Young community
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8
/10
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StuyTown
Great night life. Tons of bars/restaurants. Very close to public transportation. Safe area
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8
/10
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Oxford East
Not huge amount of restaurants or shops, but not completely dead. Relatively quiet. Safe.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
328 e 19th st
Apartments here are a great value while being close to transit and Midtown offices.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
The Biltmore
If you're looking for a neighborhood within NYC, this is the place to be.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
400 E 55th St
Close to campus, lots of noise, grocery stores/bars/restaurants nearby.
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6
/10
Neighborhood Rating
Wilshire Plaza
Decent food nearby, especially for delivery.
Close to work.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
300 East 39th
Convenient, but lots of tourists
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8
/10
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Sienna 37
Great abs super close to school
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8
/10
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True North Flatiron 43
Clean, Friendly, Close to public transit
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9
/10
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400 E 55th St
I love the area of Midtown that I live in. Koreatown is located on 32nd street, two blocks away from the apartment, and has some of the best restaurants I've been to. There are a variety of shopping centers near the apartment and there are lots of public transportation options within walking distance.
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10
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Herald Towers
Fairway and Trader Joe's are very close by. Bit of a walk to the 6 train. Use free NYU shuttle from Gramercy Green to commute to school. Duane Reade opposite the building. Great for Indian students as it very close to all the Indian restaurants and grocery stores around 28th and Lexington.
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8
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Kips Bay
Gramercy gives you immediate, walking proximity to the fun neighborhoods (e.g., East Village, Flatiron, Murray Hill), without having to live in them. Residents tend to be young couples and young families.
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8
/10
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234 East 23rd
Sutton Place is a small, friendly neighborhood. The neighborhood runs from the Queensboro Bridge at 59th street south to 53rd street and from the East River west to 2nd avenue. The eastern part of the neighborhood has strict zoning, making it very quiet and peaceful. It is also dotted with small parks overlooking the east river at 54th street, 55th street, 56th street, and 57th street. The neighborhood also sports several local vendors that are adored by residents and non-residents alike, including a butcher, a fishmonger, and an artisanal cheese shop.
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9
/10
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400 E 55th Street
Close to Whole Foods, Food Emporium, Gristedes. Lots of drugstores within a block (RiteAid, DR). Main con is that it can get really noisy, especially facing 8th avenue. There is a very busy fire station a few blocks south and construction that goes on until 2-3am sometimes. On weekends there can be rowdy crowds since on 9th there are lots of bars. Otherwise, this area feels very safe and full of tourists and activity all the time.
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8
/10
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Avalon Midtown West
PRO:
Safe area (next door to the Police Academy),
Pretty quiet neighborhood (3rd ave is not too noisy),
Close to actual Gramercy Park,
1 min from campus,
Many restaurants/bars close by, but not noisy on a Fri/Sat night,

CONS
No do-it-yourself laundry nearby (wash and fold options close),
No actual access to Gramercy Park,
Closest "large" grocery stores at Union Square (Trader Joes, Whole Foods)-not a problem per se, but expect them to be very crowded most of the time,
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201 East 20th St
Midtown West has a vibrant bar and restaurant scene, and most of it is just far enough away from Times Square (past 8th Ave, anyway) to not attract tourists. Hell's Kitchen, in particular, has an amazing selection of places to eat with mostly smaller restaurants and bars. For those who want mega parties, Pacha and Hudson Terrace are by the river.

Transportation, particularly up and down the West Side and to FiDi is incredibly easy, and if you live near 42nd St, almost every area is a snap to get to.
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10
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420 West 42nd Street
A mix of city and residential. It can get a little louder than I would like, particularly during the weekends. It's close to a lot of good food places, but they are kind of pricey.
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9
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South Park Estates
It was close to a lot of great restaurants, Fordham and Central Park but because of that it meant it was a bit noisy and the streets were crowded
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7
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Wilshire Plaza
Very densely populated area. Not much greenery but the park overlooking the NYC skyline is amazing. Lot's of Cuban and Latin American cuisine.
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4
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The Helux
Gramercy is a gorgeous historic neighborhood, and the building is a 5 min walk from the famed Gramercy Park and 10 min walk to Madison Square Park (great for dogs). The area is quiet, but the best restaurants and nightlife are only a short walk away (10 min south to the East Village or 10 min west to Chelsea).
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7
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234 East 23rd
I love that our little pocket of a neighborhood is convenient to Union Square, M101, 102, 103 & 15 bus lines and both the 6 and the NR subway lines. We have everything we need within walking distance and are surrounded by restaurants and bars without being in the center of the commotion. Just north of Gramercy, just below Murray Hill. (we are NOT Murray Hill ;) Our streets are safe and quite.
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8
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220 E 26th St
Technically in Gramercy, the apartment falls more in line with Murray Hill. Plenty of restaurants/bars within walking distance with a great social scene. The East River is 2 blocks away for great running/exercising areas. Most subways and buses stop at 23rd St. so it's great for transportation. Highly recommended area.
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9
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New Amsterdam
Chelsea has it all - transportation, restaurants, bars, gyms, parks, and grocery stores. This neighborhood is walking distance to Flatiron, Union Square, Bryant Park, the West Village.

Definitely feels "neighborhoody" with the lower-rise buildings of the West/Greenwich/East Villages but being in a commercial area has its perks.
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8
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21 Chelsea
Well maybe the 2nd best. West village may be a bit better but is generally prohibitively expensive. Chelsea though is very close to school (5mim subway, 10 minute bike, 20 minute walk), very safe, and has all the amenities you could want in walking distance. I tend to find stern students go out near school/east village a bit more than around here, which can be a plus and a minus.
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8
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315 w 21st street
Lots of bars and restaurants within walking distance, most within a few blocks. Only downside of the neighborhood is that there isn't a really good grocery store, though there are a number of markets and Trader Joe's is within walking distance down 14th St.
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10
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StuyTown
Building's really convenient to subways and to campus. There's also quick access to groceries etc. But the one negative is the level of noise, especially at night when the hotels across the street load their trash/laundry in the trucks for about an hour.
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7
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Wilshire Plaza
There are plenty of restaurants and bars in this neighborhood and it is just a short walk to get to others. It is near Baruch and NYU Langone if you work there. There's a Fairway here and they are building a Trader Joe's to be open next year.
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6
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230 E 30 St
This is a very fun area with a lot of places to go. There are tons of bars, restaurants, shops, nail salons, and it is easy to get around.
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10
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Murray Hill Manor
Overall a lively neighborhood close to the action downtown and to work in midtown. Proximity to public transportation is great too. Good grocery store (Fairway), movie theater, and a handful of decent restaurants nearby too. Most
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10
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Kips BayTowers
Kind of sketchy at night and not the cleanest. Fun for young people because it is very easy to get to all of the fun bars.
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7
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StuyTown
Pros: close to Grand Central/subways/transit, safe area, lots of restaurants and bars nearby, close to offices, near many good gyms,
Cons: No good grocery stores within few block radius, can be loud, little charm
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The Diplomat
I love my neighborhood, it is very quiet. If you head a little east it is a lot busier so I try to avoid that.
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10
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36 East 36th Street
Located in Midtown, but still feels like a neighborhood. Lots of bars/restaurants/local shops in the area.
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8
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400 E 55th Street
The neighborhood is nice and very clean. It is close to the Gramercy Park as well as Union Square.
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8
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Cooper Gramercy
Great neighborhood. Very quiet. Decent restaurants, not many great bars though. Have found a restaurant for most cuisines I like and there are a lot of gyms around. Can be a little dirty at times.
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7
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315 w 21st street
A lot of young professionals in the area, ease of access to subway, ease of access to many restaurants and bars, rent seems to go just a little further here (value wise) than further downtown
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8
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Murray Hill Manor
The neighborhood is safe and perfect. A great mix of city life and suburban comfort
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StuyTown
the neighborhood is very eclectic, lots of different people and types. Depending on where you live it could be a bit of a walk to the subway but very doable, even during the winters.
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Park Clinton
Kips Bay isn't the hippest neighborhood in this area, but it's got everything you need and is conveniently located to other, hipper neighborhoods (East Village, Flatiron, etc).
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145 E 26th St
On top of the usual people going to and off work, there are
a LOT of tourists with luggage. Good proximity to a selection of grocery stores (organic, mom and pop, etc)
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Townsend
Reasonably close to campus (can walk when it is nice out). Close to a lot of subway lines. Tons of bars, restaurants, shopping. Close to West Side Highway for running.
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8
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306 W 18th st
Night time can be quite loud due to the bar around the corner.
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9
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The Wilshire
Just north of the East Village is a perfect location.
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8
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StuyTown
Quiet and safe neighborhood. Good commute to NYU with the 6 line as well as NYU buses. Good options for supermarkets and decent restaurant and bars.
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8
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247 e 33rd st
Great neighbourhood close to everything and good if you want to go anywhere in the city. Central Park is also right there so very convenient
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Wilshire Plaza
Plenty of restaurants and bars in the area so the streets always have people on them. Can be on the loud side, but overall great location.
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420 West 42nd Street
The East Village is young and cultured, with tons of places to eat and drink, while still being accessible to the rest of the city.
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StuyTown
Very convenient location, very young, very safe, and very clean. Everything you need can be found in Murray Hill! No complaints.
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9
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Windsor Court
Comfortable distance from bars and restaurants means you get the benefits of the amenities without the noise at home.
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The Helux
I'd prefer living in SoHo but until then this is the next best thing. Very close to school is a huge plus for me.
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Hudson Crossing
Great! Close to school, tons of bars & restaurants, not too far from the subway. Plenty of grocery stores.
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9
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360 W 55th Street
This area is being developed. However, it is very close to the new 7 train, A/C/E, and 1/2/3 subways.
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455 West 34th St
Lots of bars and restaurants, but a little far from public transit if you live west of 10th ave.
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River Place
- never-ending supply of bars and restaurants
- very easy transit
- so close to campus
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8
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829 9th ave
Great restaurants, but can be crowded because of Penn Station and Madison Square Garden.
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Sienna 37
It is good. Close to Midtown but still close to Chelsea. Lots of places to go
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Herald Towers
Lots of bars, restaurants and things happening around this neighborhood.
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Manhattan Promenade
Great location - close to all the trains and centrally located.
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Carnegie Mews
Not much to see, do, or eat here
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Vilcek Hall
Close to school and transit - fun stuff to do
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50 Lexington Ave
Very close to 9th ave and school.
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Longacre House


Getting to Know
Midtown

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: East River to Hudson River
North to South Boundaries: 59th St to 14th St
dining
Havana Social
Mariella Pizza
Xi’an Famous Foods
Yogi Korean BBQ Tacos
grocery
H Mart
Trader Joe’s
Whole Foods Market
convenience
7-Eleven
CVS Pharmacy
Walgreens
fitness
AtthenaYoga
Fred Astaire Dance Studio
Manhattan Plaza Health Club
Mile High Run Club
parks
Bryant Park
Gramercy Park
Stuyvesant Square Dog Park
The High Line
coffee
Doughnut Plant
Lucid Café
Schmackary’s
Stumptown Coffee Roasters
bus
161/164/195 (bus)
M9 (bus)
QM32 (bus)
X12 (bus)
rail
7 (metro)
E (metro)
N/Q (metro)
PATH (rail)
parking
Edison Parkfast - Location #250
Icon 23rd Street Parking
M P G MP 17
Quik Park East 46th Street
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Midtown includes zip codes 10001, 10016, 10019, and 10036
Rent vs Own
46
%
of Midtown residents are renters
Driving to Work
4
%
of Midtown residents drive to work
New Construction
14
%
of housing units in Midtown have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
12
%
<20 units
10
%
20-49 units
48
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
5
%
18 - 34
25
%
35 - 54
17
%
55+
14
%
Unit Mix
16
%
Studio
36
%
1 Bed
14
%
2 Bed
5
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
48
%
Undergrad Student
5
%
Grad Student
3
%
Unemployed
4
%
Retired
9
%

Best Apartments
in Midtown


Studio $3,112
1 Bed $4,595
2 Beds $6,770

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Studio $2,933
1 Bed $3,286
2 Beds $5,329

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Studio $3,100
1 Bed $3,400
2 Beds $5,200

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Studio $3,623
1 Bed $4,135
2 Beds $5,965

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Studio $3,505
1 Bed $4,405
2 Beds $6,220

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