Steps from Manhattan’s most iconic sites, Midtown East is home to a world-class cultural scene, plus an endless array of options for shopping, eating, and drinking. Midtown East is the New York City that everyone around the world knows from TV shows and postcards. Home to iconic skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, and United Nations Headquarters, this timeless, architecturally important neighborhood is at the heart of it all, while its serene, tree-lined cross streets house some of Manhattan’s most prestigious and sought-after residential buildings. The sleek construction of the neighborhood attracts New Yorkers who want to walk to work, then revel in the city’s best shopping, dining, and culture, all without hopping on a subway. The elegant buildings and lovely streets offer the upscale feel of the Upper East Side, but are more convenient to Downtown. Established professionals take root in the luxury condo buildings spread across the neighborhood and enjoy the quiet, peaceful environs in the parts closer to the East River.
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The nexus of the neighborhood is Grand Central Station, one of the most historic landmarks of public transportation in the country. Besides shuttling visitors away on weekend escapes, Grand Central is also home to the foodie-friendly Grand Central Market, plus iconic restaurants including the Grand Central Oyster Bar and Campbell Apartment cocktail bar.
Vibrant and bustling, with all the best of Manhattan living mere steps from your front door.
There’s always something happening here. Bryant Park is a popular hub in Midtown no matter the time of year. During the summer, people gather for yoga classes, outdoor movie screenings, and picnics. Come winter, neighbors spend afternoons ice skating here. It's perhaps most used during the day as a great way for those that work in the area to take a much needed break from the work day.
While Midtown East is best known for being in the center of everything, for many residents the prime appeal is the tranquil setting along the East River. Many high-rise towers offer views stretching out over the river to Queens, up to the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge, and across the skyline of Midtown Manhattan. A popular amenity in the neighborhood is a rooftop deck offering sweeping views.