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Welcome to Midtown

Midtown is likely what you think of when you think about New York City. It holds iconic areas like Times Square, Broadway, the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Madison Square Gardens, and more! This part of Manhattan was transformed during the 1920s into a significant economic draw for the city and the home for entertainment, fashion, and recreation. Today it features monumental skyscrapers, luxury apartments, businesses, entertainment, dining, drinks, and anything else you can think of.

What to Love

  • The lively performing arts scene
  • Bustling nightlife and a nonstop energy
  • Copious amounts of shopping
  • Easy transportation 

Local Lifestyle

Probably the busiest area of Manhattan, Midtown is the heart and soul of the city. Not only does it house pretty much everything when it comes to entertainment and shopping, but it also has most of the sites New York has come to be known and loved for.
With a metro stop on pretty much every corner and plenty of cabs and town cars, getting where you need to go is quick and painless in this area of the city. It also sits at the base of Central Park, giving residents an escape from the foot traffic and lights. 
This area is known for skyscrapers with luxury buildings and views of the city, water, and park that will take your breath away. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Being at the center of everything, there is no shortage of excellent restaurants, shopping, and entertainment to fill your day.
Smith and Wollensky is a premier steakhouse serving USDA Prime grade beef, giving quality and exceptional tasting steaks. For exquisite French cuisine, look no further than La Grande Boucherie; it’s also an amazing brunch destination. Buddakan delights its patrons with a mouthwatering dim sum. Traditional Japanese cuisine mixed with New York food trends is offered daily at Izykaya MEW. They have a large variety that is sure to please any palate. 
5th avenue has many popular high-end shopping destinations like Saks, Bergdorf Goodman, and Tiffany’s, and the shops and boutiques available in and around Rockefeller Center is a must. Most shops are within easy walking distance of each other, making shopping at any of the above an easy affair. 

Things to Do 

Of course, “The Great White Way” (Broadway) always comes to mind when you think about New York City and the theater district. With 41 theaters, there are countless shows every day of the week. Whether you prefer musicals, plays, or concert performances, you will be able to find them all at one of the Broadway theaters. 
Radio City Music Hall is another popular destination and has been around since 1932, and it is also the main venue used for Broadway’s Tony Awards. Tours of this historic building and other events like concerts happen year-round.
On Thanksgiving Day, the historic Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, a tradition for almost a century, is definitely a sight to behold. Then shortly after, the iconic tree lighting at Rockefeller Center happens. For the remainder of the winter, the famous ice skating rink is open for the public to enjoy. 
The New York public library is also a sight to behold. The building was built in 1895, and it’s the second-largest public library, only behind the Library of Congress and the fourth largest in the world. It has over 53 million items and became a New York City Landmark in 1967.

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