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Hell's Kitchen Apartments for Rent

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Hell's Kitchen


Once known as crime-filled and unsavory, Hell’s Kitchen, also called Clinton has now moved beyond that reputation and is instead more defined by its proximity to the Theater District, Midtown, and venues like The Actor’s Studio. This West Side Manhattan neighborhood is conveniently situated between Chelsea and Midtown West and includes a wide variety of diverse ethnic restaurants and the popular Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market held on weekends. Also nearby is the Clinton Community Garden and The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum.


Near to Hell’s Kitchen is Columbus Circle, offering plenty of subway options including the A, B, C, D and 1. There’s also the Port Authority with the A, C, and E servicing this stop.  Relatively nearby is Times Square with a multitude of transportation options, as is Pennsylvania Station. The 34th St.- Hudson Yards is also a subway station located on the West Side on the IRT Flushing Line. Residents of Hell’s Kitchen can expect to reach LaGuardia in about 25 minutes by cab, barring no traffic, and the Financial District is around 30 minutes by subway.

Rent Prices

The available properties in Hell’s Kitchen tend to be low-rise buildings including walk-ups and brownstones, as well as townhomes. Some luxury buildings have been added to the real estate landscape in recent years, although it’s the walkups that remain most affordable. The median price is around $3,100. There are options around Eighth Avenue, in particular, studio walkups, that may be available for less than $2,000 a month, while the luxury high-rise developments tend to be closer to 10th and 11th Avenues.