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Vibrant and bustling epicenter of the city’s largest businesses and attractions.

Welcome to Midtown

Bursting with fine dining options, Midtown is the consummate New York City neighborhood
With unlimited options in a quintessential New York City neighborhood, Midtown is the place to be for those seeking an active, energetic community. Home to thousands of commuters, this district is one of the busiest in all of Manhattan and acts as the central hub of business centers and retailers. 
Tucked away from the bustling shopping centers and crowded streets lie the hidden gems of Midtown. The perfect area to experience New York City’s touristy side while simultaneously ducking down side streets for lesser-known culinary happenings, Midtown offers cozy pockets and unique experiences amidst the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. Unlimited shopping awaits you in this neighborhood, and if you’re looking for diverse dining options, Midtown is the place for you.

What to Love

  • Endless opportunities to explore gastronomic events
  • Hidden gems tucked along cozy side streets
  • Diverse housing options for multiple price points

Local Lifestyle

Living in Midtown is perfect for those looking for the ultimate New York City experience. With so many attractions within reach and cultural experiences around every corner, Midtown is the ideal place to be for curious and adventure-seeking individuals looking to live a busy lifestyle. Enjoy hundreds of diverse restaurants, upscale shopping experiences, and events every night of the week, if that’s what you crave, or relax in your sprawling high-rise condominium overlooking the best sites of Manhattan. Something for everyone, Midtown is a centrally-located district and the largest central business center in the world. You will never run out of things to do in Midtown!

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

For classic Spanish paella, tapas, and more, visit Boqueria Restaurant, the ideal destination for dining with friends. This Spanish-inspired restaurant infuses seasonal Spanish dishes with comforting flavors and unique plates. Midtown’s go-to destination for large gatherings or after-dinner drinks, Boqueria has something for everyone on the menu and offers a unique, seasonal cocktail list. For traditional Korean cuisine, visit Kochi for a unique, upscale dining experience. A Korean skewer-tasting destination, Kochi dishes are made fresh with the highest quality ingredients and served on skewers for a seven-course meal inspired by ancient royal menus of Korea. 
A New York landmark since opening in 1901, Bergdorf Goodman’s is a luxury department store offering sophisticated selections in men's and women’s fashion, accessories, and home decor. With high-end names of the fashion industry represented and eclectic, up-and-coming boutiques, there is something for all styles in Bergdorf’s Art Deco-inspired space on Fifth Avenue.

Things to Do

Visit New York City’s famous cultural landmark at Rockefeller Center. The epicenter of the city with inspiring views from the Top of the Rock, Rockefeller Center is loaded with history and offers an immense amount of events throughout the year, especially during the holidays. Home to beloved late-night talk shows and picturesque ice skating you see in every New York-based movie or television show, a visit to Rockefeller Center is a must for residents and tourists alike.  
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) fuels creativity, sparks imagination, and provides inspiration for all who step through its doors. A classic New York City landmark, The MoMa is dedicated to providing art education to the Manhattan community and beyond in order to make connections to others and build relationships based on a shared appreciation for the arts. Visit them for unique installations and exhibits and take a class presented by a visiting artist.
Carnegie Hall is another can’t miss destination for music lovers. One of the most prestigious and well-known performance spaces in the world, Carnegie Hall is a National Historic Landmark with three venues. Located on the corner of 57th Street and Seventh Avenue, the venue brings hundreds of world-class performers, conductors, and musicians to the stage, showcasing everything from classical concerts to modern performances for all ages. 

A Neo-Gothic style Catholic Church along Fifth Avenue, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is a popular attraction and place of worship for New York City residents. Attend a morning or afternoon mass or wander through the aisles taking in the historic architectural beauty from the 1860s. St. Patrick’s is also another great destination to hear choral and classical music as they host multiple performances throughout the year featuring many different local, regional, and international choirs.

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