The heart of New York City’s Midtown neighborhood is renowned for its famous architecture, the epicenter of the world headquarters of several companies and is also home to micro-areas such as Koreatown, little Brazil and the Fashion District. There is enough to do and see here for days: from Times Square to Broadway shows, the Empire State Building or Rockefeller Center, to strolling along Central Park South and Fifth Avenue’s luxury stores. Restaurants serve super-sized sandwiches and are often over half a century old. Midtown is also the home to Carnegie Hall and the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). High-rises and luxury doorman buildings rule here, so expect to pay a premium for that two-minute walk to work. Sufficient subway options make it easy to get around.
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