Midtown Manhattan is also known as the heart of the city. Some of the world’s most iconic landmarks are located here, all within walking distance of one another.
Tourists worldwide flock here to the places they’ve only seen in the movies, on TV and in the news.
Here you’ll find Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Grand Central Station, Radio City Music Hall, NBC’s World Headquarters, the NY Public Library and Columbus Circle – just to name a few.
Midtown Manhattan is bordered between Ninth Avenue to the west, the Park Avenue to the east, 34th Street to the south and 59th Street to the north.
The office buildings in this area include the buildings surrounding Grand Central Station, the Sony Building, Chase Tower, the Hippodrome, WR Grace Building, the Time/Life Building, Hearst Tower and many, many more.
Rents range from $52/sf to over $97/sf for Class A buildings, $22/sf to $83/sf for Class B buildings and $26/sf to $69/sf for Class C buildings.
It’s easy to get to and from Midtown East as the transit choices include the 1,2,3, 4, 5, 6, A,C, E, N, Q, R, S, B, D, F, M and 7 trains.
Working in Midtown Manhattan means you want to be in the middle of everything. This area is busy day and night, with endless options for eating, shopping and entertainment.. The vibe here is fast and furious, although you can certainly find refuge in Bryant Park, Rockefeller Plaza and the pedestrian promenades in Times Square and along Broadway.