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Midtown West Apartments for Rent

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Midtown West

Landmarks

Often the lines between the Midtown East and Midtown West are blurred, but typically, this neighborhood is described as extending from 30th St. to 59th Street. There’s quite a bit in the area that’s alluring to tourists such as Times Square, but there are also many businesses and areas of commerce as well. Some of the landmarks Midtown West is known for include the Empire State Building as well as Radio City Music Hall. Also part of the Midtown West neighborhood are cultural venues like the Museum of Modern Art, and Bryant Park is not just home to New York Fashion week, but also a range of public events.

Transportation

Thanks to its central location and proximity to some of the biggest attractions the city has to offer, transportation options are abundant for residents of Midtown West. There are subway stations at Fifth Avenue and Times Square, including the Times Square-Port Authority hub. The convenience does not stop there, there are also stations at Bryant Park, Herald Square, Penn Station, Rockefeller Center, 50th Avenue, and Columbus Circle. Almost every subway line serves the area. Midtown West also offers easy access to the Lincoln Tunnel.

Rent Prices

Midtown West, particularly the areas nearest to Hell’s Kitchen, was once primarily made up of walk-ups, but there has been the growth of some high-rise developments, due to the loosening of zoning restrictions. There are typically plenty of studios and one-bedroom units available in Midtown West. For a studio, you can expect to pay rental prices of around $2,500 on average, and that goes up to around $3,400 for a one-bedroom. For a two-bedroom unit, the average price tends to jump significantly, to around $4,500.