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Arguably the commercial center of Manhattan, Midtown buzzes with business, tourism, theater… you name it.
Residential life is sparse in this central commercial area, but as you venture west, Midtown’s streets become lined with residential buildings.
Both Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square are large components of Midtown West, Clinton being the greatest residential area here.
Times Square/Theater district housing certainly exists, and more buildings are sprouting up all the time here. The price range in midtown is huge, and depending on what you’re looking for, you can certainly find some of the best deals here.
As buildings vary from the super luxurious to less than renovated walk-ups, so do the prices.
But the proximity to the peace of the Hudson River and the convenience of midtown life makes it a spectacular draw for those who enjoy the energy that Manhattan has to offer.