The exuberant Midtown West stretches from 34th St. to 59th St. between Hudson St. and Sixth Ave. Home to the Theater District and Restaurant Row, it draws big crowds and generates constant buzz. Sure, it has its fair share of chintzy locales, but between the artistic presence of Broadway, relentless vivacity of Times Square, and the historical Rockefeller Center, Midtown West is bursting at the seams with culture. You can find everything from luxury apartments to the real Winnie-the-Pooh to ghost tours.

A destination for travelers from around the globe, this lively neighborhood has plenty to offer in every category. Whether you’re looking for an old-fashioned night out on the town or just some cool sightseeing (and the chance to get on camera for one of the many talk shows filmed in Times Square), you can find it here.

Midtown West Neighborhood Review-

Facts & Figures 

Average Rent (as of February 2013)

    • Studio – $2270
    • 1BR – $3193
    • 2BR – $4434
    • 3BR – $5563


    • Holy Cross School
    • P.S. 212 Midtown West
    • P.S. 35
    • Sacred Heart of Jesus School
    • St. Thomas Choir School


    • 1 2 3 Trains
    • B D F M Trains
    • N Q R Trains
    • A C E Trains
    • Penn Station