Midtown Manhattan Neighborhood Guide
When most people imagine New York City they picture the hustle & bustle, the skyscrapers and the yellow taxis in Midtown Manhattan. Read about Midtown Manhattan in this SNYC neighborhood guide.
When most people imagine New York City they picture the hustle & bustle, the skyscrapers and the yellow taxis in Midtown Manhattan. It is the largest central business district in the world and the most commercial district in the city with many major corporations headquartered there. It’s an area that New Yorkers tend to avoid unless they happen to work there. Witness Grand Central Terminal at rush hour where some 750,000 commuters get to work everyday!
Midtown includes some of the most iconic architecture in the city including Grand Central Terminal, The United Nations, The Chrysler Building, The New York Public Library, The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, St Patrick’s Cathedral and more. As well, it is home to Broadway theaters, Time Square, Bryant Park the Museum of Modern Art and shopping on Fifth Avenue which has some of the most expensive retail rents in the world!