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Perhaps the epicenter of Manhattan and home to the most popular attraction in New York City—Times Square. The heartbeat of the City that never sleeps, Time Square is full of bright lights, high energy and diversity. On December 31st each year, millions of people gather in Times Square to watch the crystal ball drop bidding farewell to the past year and welcoming the New Year. Nearby is the Theatre District, with many on and off-Broadway productions ranging from serious plays to award-winning musicals.

PARKS

  • Bryant Park
  • De Witt Clinton Park
  • Silver Towers Public Park
  • Clinton Cove at Hudson River Park

MUSEUM

  • MOMA—Museum of Modern Art
  • Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
  • Spyscape Museum
  • Museum of Arts & Design
  • The Paley Center for Media

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: 5th Ave to Hudson River

North to South Boundaries: 59th St. to 42nd St.

Nearest Subways: 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W,

ATTRACTIONS

  • Times Square
  • Rockefeller Center (Top of the Rock)
  • Radio City Music Hall
  • Diamond District
  • Madame Tussauds

RESTAURANTS

  • Le Bernardin
  • Gabriel Kreuther
  • The Modern
  • Nobu 57

CHELSEA

Chelsea is best known for its world-class art galleries and a thriving entertainment scene. An original home to pop culture artists like Andy Warhol and Patti Smith, fantastic eateries now serve inventive dishes like mac-and-cheese spring rolls. If the nightlife is where it’s at for you, there are plenty of speakeasy bars and dives to take care of your wild hours.

PARKS

  • Chelsea Park
  • Clement Clarke Moore Park
  • Greeley Square Park
  • Chelsea Waterside Park
  • Penn South Playground

MUSEUM

  • Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology
  • Rubin Museum of Art
  • David Zwirner
  • Luhring Augustine Gallery
  • Metro Pictures

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: 6th Ave to the Hudson River

North to South Boundaries: 34th St. to 14th St.

Nearest Subways: 1, 2, 3, A, C, E, F, M, N, Q, R, L

ATTRACTIONS

  • Bateaux New York
  • Chelsea Piers Sports and Entertainment Complex
  • The High Line
  • Hudson Yards
  • Madison Square Garden

RESTAURANTS

  • Bodega Negra
  • Jue Lan Club
  • Spirit of New York
  • Bateaux New York
  • The Frying Pan

MEATPACKING

Home to New York City’s nightclub scene, with Tao, Catch, the Soho House, and more situated in this tiny neighborhood. The Meatpacking district embodies the work hard—play hard mentality that so many people proudly carry in New York City. With stylish lounges, designer boutiques, and posh housing options just around the corner, the region owes its name to the industries that once thrived there: slaughterhouses. As a fashion and nightlife destination, Meatpacking is an easy place to spot a celebrity or model out for dinner with their friends or spouse.

PARKS

  • Hudson River Park
  • Abingdon Square
  • Friends of the High Line
  • 14 Street Park
  • The Diller—Von Furstenberg Sundeck

MUSEUM

  • Whitney Museum of American Art
  • Ground Zero Museum Workshop

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: Hudson St. to the Hudson River

North to South Boundaries: West 14th St. to Gansevoort St.

Nearest Subways: A, C, E, L

ATTRACTIONS

  • The High Line
  • Gansevoort Market
  • The Gansevoort Hotel
  • Le Bain at the Standard Hotel
  • The Duplex Piano Bar and Cabaret Theatre

RESTAURANTS

  • Corkbuzz
  • Catch NYC
  • STK Downtown
  • Buddakan
  • Blue Hill

MURRAY HILL

Now known for its younger crowd, the region offers affordable living with close proximity to energetic nightlife. Many graduates and undergraduates find their way to the Murray Hill area due to reasonable rents and affordable housing prices. With its proximity to Grand Central, Murray Hill is a wonderful and functional option for the many Midtown workers. It’s a popular after-work destination with bars and restaurants hosting a myriad of happy hour specials for those looking to unwind before catching a train or subway home.

PARKS

  • Vartan Park
  • Robert Moses Playground
  • Tudor City South Park

MUSEUM

  • National Museum of Mathematics
  • The Morgan Library & Museum
  • Museum of Sex
  • The Museum of Advertising
  • Museum of Public Relations

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: East River to 5th Ave

North to South Boundaries: 42nd St. to 23rd St.

Nearest Subways: 4, 5, 6, 7

ATTRACTIONS

  • Empire State Building
  • Koreatown
  • Curry Hill
  • Scandinavia House

RESTAURANTS

  • Benjamin Steakhouse
  • Docks
  • Zuma
  • Zengo
  • Nirvana

GRAMERCY PARK

With a cozy village charm, nestled next to one of the most famous parks in all of New York City, it’s easy to call Gramercy home. Designed in the 1800s to be a fashionable destination for all families, the Roosevelts themselves lived there for decades, the private park is a peaceful respite from the hustle of Union Square for those lucky enough to secure a key.

PARKS

  • Gramercy Park
  • Stuyvesant Square Park
  • Peter’s Field

MUSEUM

  • Gallery 151
  • Modern Pinball
  • Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site
  • Sidney Mishkin Gallery
  • Hampden Booth Theatre Library

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: From East River to Park Ave.

North to South Boundaries: From 23rd St. to 14th St.

Subways: 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, L

ATTRACTIONS

  • Union Square
  • The National Arts Club
  • George’s Episcopal Church

RESTAURANTS

  • Aldea
  • The Clocktower
  • The House in Gramercy
  • Manzo
  • Tali Restaurant

MIDTOWN EAST

Home to the United Nations Headquarters where global decisions are made by the world’s diplomats. With a mix of luxury condo new developmentsand more affordable walk-up rentals, there is not a heavy party atmosphere. What you will get is a great residential neighborhood in the center of Manhattan with A-list attractions. Let’s not forget the luxury boutiques and department stores on Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue; nor the St. Patricks Cathedral.

PARKS

  • Petr Detmold Park
  • Tudor City Greens
  • Greenacre Park
  • Paley Park
  • Abingdon Square
  • Sutton Place Park South

MUSEUM

  • Manhattan Arts & Antique Center
  • New York Transit Museum
  • Mount Vernon Hotel Museum & Garden
  • Sony Wonder Technology Lab
  • Japan Society

LOCATION

East to West Boundaries: East River to 5th Ave

North to South Boundaries: 59th St. to 42nd St.

NearestSubways: 4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, B, D, F, M, E, 7

ATTRACTIONS

  • Grand Central Terminal
  • Chrysler Building
  • United Nations Headquarters
  • Tiffany’s
  • St. Patrick Cathedral

RESTAURANTS

  • La Grenouille
  • TAO Uptown
  • The Sea Fire Grill
  • Mr. Chow
  • The Maxwell (Formerly the Whiskey Blue)
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