Midtown


Manhattan

The Neighborhood

Midtown is the home of the Business District in Manhattan. It is not in comparison to a Residential community but a Business Neighborhood. It has a breathtaking view of Skyscrapers over the hectic and crowded streets. This neighborhood is recommended for tourists. Defined by most as the wealthiest and happiest place on earth.

Lifestyle

It is always fun to visit Midtown. Yes, sure, described by many as the busiest neighborhood in Manhattan definitely because it has more than so much to offer. They have outstanding restaurants, great opportunities for Job Applicants, highly recommended theaters, tons of free concerts, spectacular architectures, picturesque parks,  a perfect place for tourists! No words can describe how gorgeous Midtown is. You can never go wrong in Manhattan as a whole. Definitely worthy of your visit


$3,750

Median Rent

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Benefits

Upside

If you are into a fast-paced crowd then this is the best place to live in. Time is important to everyone, so is for the residents of Midtown. The moment you see the hustle and bustle of young professionals in business attire walking in the street, you'll feel geared up and eager to acquire their success. Not to mention the travelers who flock together and enjoy their time making memories in the famous air of New York City. 

The nightlife in Midtown is Grand. All restaurants and pubs are lined up in every street, the authenticity of the flavor of each cuisine is scrumptious and just self-indulging.

Downside

Tourism and Business Industries showcases a very crowded community which means coming in and out of Manhattan is a pretty serious journey. Travel time for the locals is tiresome and so for the tourists. The streets can get congested any time, some parts are dirty and loud which makes it sadder because the nicest restaurant is located in Midtown. Due to the number of people, even getting a Taxi will cost you a fortune, you might need the luck to get a chance to get one.

Hot Spots

Empire State Building

Grand Central Terminal

New York Public Library

Manhattan Center

Times Square

Transportations

Subway

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