The heart of New York City Midtown’s one-of-a-kind sites make braving its crammed streets and dodging its honking taxis worth it. This neighborhood is renowned for its famous architecture and funky micro-neighborhoods like Koreatown, little Brazil and the Fashion District. There is enough to do and see for days: from Times Square to Broadway shows, ascending the Empire State Building or Rockefeller Center to touch the sky and strolling along Central Park South and Fifth Avenue luxury stores. Restaurants serve super sized sandwiches and are often over half a century old, a dinosaur age for New York restaurants. Midtown is also the home to Carnegie Hall and the 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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