Midtown West is also known as Hell’s Kitchen or Clinton. The famous landmarks are the Jacob Javits Convention Center, the Port Authority Bus Terminal, The New York Times Building and the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.
The boundary lines are the Hudson River to the west, 8th Avenue to the east, 34th Street to the south and 59th Street to the north.
Currently there are no Class A office buildings here. However, this will all change in 2015 when Hudson Yards opens their first tower. Once completed, this will add 26 million square feet of Class A office space to the west side plus a host of other amenities that will continue to boost the popularity of Midtown West.
Rents range from $40/sf to over $45/sf for Class B buildings and $28/sf to $30/sf for Class C buildings.
The transit choices for Midtown West include the A,C and E trains.
Even before Hudson Yards is completed, working in Midtown West puts you in the midst of regentrification as new residential skyscrapers and hotels are rising on many blocks. 9th Avenue is host to endless restaurants and bars, catering to the spectrum of diversity that Hell’s Kitchen is famous for.