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  • (Manhattan)

    If you ever wondered why New York City is nicknamed “The City That Never Sleeps”, Midtown West boldly explains everything. Stretching from 5th avenue to the West Side Highway and from 34th street to Central Park South, Midtown West is the largest central business district in the United States. At its heart is Times Square, whose glowing neon signs and Broadway marquees draw tourists and businesspeople like moths to flame. With real estate prices above the Manhattan average, residents consist primarily of a cocktail of young professionals, actors, and multi-generational owners. The gridde...

  • (Manhattan)

    Clinton is the newest name for the Manhattan area historically known as Hell’s Kitchen. Located in, and also referred to as Midtown West, Clinton extends geographically from 34th to 59th streets, bordered by 8th Avenue and the Hudson River going east to west. The residents of Hell’s Kitchen always refer to it as such with considerable pride. Once considered the most violent and desperate slum in America, Clinton has somehow evolved into one of the more desirable, if increasingly less affordable areas to live in Manhattan. It’s a place where a lot of charm, atmosphere and architectural...