Within this iconic neighborhood in New York City are other neighborhoods such as Hell’s Kitchen and the Garment district. Hell’s kitchen features rows of restaurants along the 9th and 10th avenue that cater to the wide-ranging palettes of residents.
The city’s best five-star restaurants are in Time Warner Center and Columbus Circle, which borders Central Park. If you’re into Korean food, Korea town will satisfy your cravings for bi bim bap.
Since 1920s, Times Square became the epicenter of theaters, musical venues, high-end shopping, and high-end hotels. Midtown West is where the Ritz-Carlton Central Park, the Plaza, and the Mandarin Oriental are located. Need to shop? You can head on over to Bergdorf’s or Barneys.
There is always something to do in this neighborhood, most especially if you’re a theatre geek. Lincoln Center and Broadway have daily programs to keep you entertained. And if live TV is more your thing, be pleased to know that Saturday Night Live, the Today Show, and the Late Show are taped here. Madison Square Garden is also located here for Knicks and Rangers fans.
With the right apartment to rent in Midtown West, you can have an oasis of peace and quiet, and have great views right in the middle of New York City.
It’s such a diverse neighborhood and the sheer number of things to do make it an excellent neighborhood to live in.
If you are interested in moving to this iconic neighborhood and renting a place, please contact Black Diamond Equity Management Inc. at 212-308-1888 to learn more about no-fee luxury apartments in Midtown West that are available for rent.