The Midtown East area ranges between 42nd Street to 59th Street and from Fifth Ave to the East River.Among the well-known attractions in the area is the Chrysler Building and the newly renovated Grand Central station. You’ll also find St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Empire State Building and the United Nations in the area.Midtown is generally considered one of the busiest single commercial districts in United States. In fact, many New Yorkers work in the area or nearby, making Midtown East a popular area to live in. After all, why spend time riding the subway, when work can be just a few blocks away?People from every background live in the area. Everyone from moneyed empty-nesters to midtown working stiffs live here, in virtually every style of apartment which are available in nearly all price ranges.Residential possibilities include modern skyscrapers with floor-to-ceiling windows, great prewar, traditional brownstones, studios, apartments and condos. The residential market h... Read More
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