Comprised of a population of both working professionals and artists, Chelsea offers an unbeatable combination of uptown class and downtown edge – without any of the pretension. Situated in a convenient midtown area proximal to the rest of Manhattan, Chelsea is a location that’s both funky and functional. Home to an array of art galleries, hip restaurants, bustling nightlife, and the High Line, Chelsea has something that caters to every taste.
While Hudson Yards might be a work in progress, the payoff of a newly-constructed neighborhood might be worth a little dust. The largest private development in New York since Rockefeller Center, Hudson Yards will have unparalleled amenities, shops, restaurants, and public spaces. The convenient location between Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen ensures residents have easy access to transportation and other areas of Manhattan. With Google recently opening an office in the neighborhood, Hudson Yards has quickly become a hub for communications and technology, and is attracting a population of young creative professionals.
Populated with long-time residents as well as newcomers, Midtown East is an iconic, conveniently located neighborhood in the center of Manhattan. The easy access to the rest of the city is just one benefit, along with the large variety of places to eat, drink, and shop. With renowned landmarks like Grand Central Station, the Chrysler Building, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Midtown East provides tried and true classics that never disappoint.
If you can never seem to get enough hustle or bustle, Midtown West provides some of Manhattan’s classic high-energy destinations. From the theater district in Times Square to Radio City Music Hall, to the Museum of Modern Art and the New York Public Library, this dynamic neighborhood offers cultural stimulation of nearly every variety. Rounded out with countless restaurants and bars, Midtown West offers something for everyone – tourists and locals alike.