Midtown West runs from 8th Avenue to the West Side Highway and from 34th Street up to the southern tip of Central Park. Originally the bastion of working-class Irish Americans, today rental prices are above the Manhattan average and residents are primarily actors and young professionals. Midtown West is the main hub in NYC for business, shopping, entertainment and tourism. Relaxed zoning restrictions have lead to a real estate boom with major skyscraper developments popping up among Midtown West’s older walk-ups. Major plans are made for a new Penn Station and a gigantic project called Hudson Yards adding 5,000 new residences to the area. If you don't mind the mess for the next couple of years, this is going to be the new 21st century city within New York.
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