Places

About the Neighborhood

West of Midtown and north of Chelsea, this unflatteringly named slice of Manhattan always feels like an up-and-comer. It has the eclectic cast of characters and slightly gritty edge that make New York New Yorky, and yet frequent and rapid development has added in art galleries, restaurants and high-rise apartments until it’s become more upmarket than ever. Hell’s Kitchen’s westerly waterfront buildings might be a schlep from the subway, but they’re also a quick stroll down the Hudson River Greenway to Chelsea and the Meatpacking District.
 

Bike lanes in and around Times Square have changed how New Yorkers commute.

Find old-school B&H Photo on 9th Avenue and 34th Street.

The Peruvian chainlet Pio Pio serves fusion ceviches.

The Lincoln Tunnel snakes under the Hudson to New Jersey.

The world’s busiest bus terminal.

Find Seinfeld’s legendary “No soup for you!” man on 55th Street and 8th Avenue.

A classic New York musical reminds of the city of yore.

Pick up crispy rotisserie chicken at 9th Avenue’s Poulette.

Disney’s musical is the fourth longest-running show in Broadway history.

The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum sits in a WWII aircraft carrier.

 
 
 

Core Exclusives in this Neighborhood

  • 230 West 56th Street, 50F

    $8,950,000

    230 West 56th Street, 50F

    4 Beds / 3.5 Baths

     

  • 160 Central Park South, 660

    $1,195,000

    160 Central Park South, 660

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 301 West 57th Street, 32A

    $5,500/mo

    301 West 57th Street, 32A

    1 Bed / 2 Baths

     

  • 1600 Broadway, 11E

    $4,500/mo

    1600 Broadway, 11E

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 301 West 57th Street, 9B

    $4,275/mo

    301 West 57th Street, 9B

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 301 West 53rd Street, 17J

    $3,800/mo

    301 West 53rd Street, 17J

    1 Bed / 1 Bath

     

  • 1697 Broadway

    1697 Broadway