About Midtown East
Current Prices: $75,000 to $169,000,000
Closed Prices: $5,580 to $30,500,000
Median Sale Price: $935,000
Average $ per sq ft: $1567
Association Fee Ranges:
Around Midtown East
Mainly consisting of condos and co-ops surrounded by office buildings and retail space, Midtown East is always fast-paced and energetic. On the neighborhood’s western side are some of the city’s most iconic streets, including 5th Avenue and Park Avenue. If you’re looking for something a little bit quieter, try the neighborhood’s eastern side. Closer to the river with some distance from the major tourist destinations, properties here can offer views of the water along with slightly less congestion but at a higher price tag.
Like any busy city center, Midtown East is a melting pot of culinary creations in every direction. Catering to both tourists and locals, here you can find everything from upscale seafood restaurants to a collection of casual American fare and international eateries. Whatever kind of delicious creation you’re craving, Midtown East has a restaurant to satisfy your taste buds.
Midtown East is home to some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, including the art deco Chrysler Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the massive Grand Central Terminal. Tourists and business people alike fill the neighborhood’s streets, giving Midtown East its signature busy urban atmosphere. Shopping and dining options are endless, and there’s always something new to see in the area.
From dive bars and nightclubs to rooftop bars and cocktail lounges, Midtown East is filled with fun and energetic Friday night hotspots. NYC is the city that never sleeps and Midtown East takes this reputation seriously. No matter which place you choose to spend your Friday night for a few drinks with friends, it’s bound to be unforgettable in this vibrant neighborhood.
While there’s never a shortage of things to do in Midtown East, you won’t want to miss out on the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Here you can explore modern art through paintings, sculptures, and interactive exhibits. If searching for the hottest fashions is more your style, take a walk along 5th Avenue and enjoy some of the city’s most iconic fashion retailers.
Midtown East has a wide variety of transportation options, including stops on the B, D, F, M, E, 4, 5, 6, and 7 trains and access to the shuttle to Times Square. There are also a variety of MTA bus lines in the area. However, residents of Midtown East often do not need to commute beyond walking distance because many of the city’s major office buildings are located right in the neighborhood.
- Cultural attractions
- Great retail options
- Walkable and bike-friendly
Locals Don't Love
- Higher cost of living
- Limited street parking
- Traffic and congestion
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