Welcome to Midtown
With new experiences around every corner, Midtown is the top destination for those on the go.
If you’re looking for the quintessential New York City experience, Midtown is for you. This active and energetic community is home to thousands of commuters, making this district one of the busiest in New York City, and a central hub of businesses and retailers.
But amidst the hustle and bustle of the neighborhood, there are many hidden gems to be found off the beaten path in Midtown. Explore the main tourist attractions, then meander down side streets and cozy neighborhoods to experience a cultural and culinary revolution. With an appealing atmosphere for a variety of tastes and interests, there is something for everyone in Midtown.
What to Love
• Luxury condominiums and apartment buildings with stunning views of the city
• Eclectic dining experiences
• Distinctive characteristics in every corner of the neighborhood
As the largest central business center in the world, Midtown is home to thousands of commuters and professionals. One of the busiest neighborhoods in Manhattan, life in Midtown is fast-paced and exciting — with so many new businesses, restaurants, and shops to discover, this neighborhood is ideal for those on the go. Offering cultural events and experiences, Midtown is a hub of diverse opportunities to learn more about the world and experience its unique flavors and traditions. With some of the most iconic buildings right in your backyard, Midtown’s residences feature high-rise luxury condominiums or sprawling apartments, all offering gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
is Midtown’s best spot for superior quality steaks in a chic and contemporary lounge space. For a fine dining experience, enjoy STK’s modern menu
of fresh salads, oyster raw bar, and your choice of prime cuts or surf and turf staples.
Influenced and inspired by authentic Mexican meals, Empellón
brings bright flavors to Midtown. Offering lunch and dinner in an upscale atmosphere, Empellón is known for its impeccable hospitality and creative menu. Their dining space is a favorite for private events or group dining and with a focus on fresh ingredients and creative cocktails, Empellón’s simple yet diverse menu continues to bring guests back for every new dish all year long.
For classic Spanish paella, tapas, and more, visit Boqueria Restaurant
, the ideal destination for dining with friends. This Spanish-inspired restaurant infuses seasonal Spanish dishes with comforting flavors and unique plates. Midtown’s go-to destination for large gatherings or after-dinner drinks, Boqueria has something for everyone on the menu and offers a unique, seasonal cocktail list.
Things to Do
Summit One Vanderbilt
is an immersive art experience in one of the newest (and tallest) skyscrapers in Midtown. The top three floors include an observation deck and an immersive, sensory experience with art installations, floor-to-ceiling mirrors, and impressive views.
As the tallest brick building in the world, the Chrysler Building
stands at 1,047 feet tall and is considered a masterpiece of art deco architecture. While the building doesn’t offer tours, you can freely walk the lobby to observe the impeccably preserved design and catch a glimpse of the gargoyles along the building’s facade. Top of the Rock Observation Deck
is a must for residents and tourists alike, especially in the evening hours. Take in the expansive views of Midtown from the top of Rockefeller Center and enjoy a new perspective of New York City.
Another skyscraper to visit is the 102-story art deco-inspired Empire State Building
in the heart of the city. A national treasure and an iconic piece of New York’s history, the Empire State Building was completed in 1931 and features tours of the building and breathtaking views from the observatory. The building has exhibitions and events throughout the year as well, adding even more things to do and experience in Midtown.
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