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About 459 W 50th St New York, NY 10019
Prime Midtown West! Large, and sunny studio with a fireplace on W. 50th Street. The layout of this huge studio will allow you to furnish with ease, and comfort. Fit a large bed while still having more than enough of space to make a living & dining area. The touch of exposed brick, and deco fireplace adds character to your new home. Great closet space! Separate kitchen offers ample counter space, custom cabinetry, and updated appliances with a dishwasher. Soak away your stressful day in this spacious bathroom with updated finish throughout.
Your new home is located in an excellently maintained building, on a prime street of Midtown West. Super close to transportation. Steps to great nightlife, dining, and shopping.
Clinton is trendy among those looking for a diverse place that still captures the history of New York. Now a haven for young professionals, actors, and writers, particularly ones who work in the Theater district, and is known for an high concentration of excellent and diverse restaurants, as well as some of the best bars and night spots in Manhattan. Clinton witnessed a construction boom over the past decade and because of that, there are many high-end luxury buildings and businesses that cater to those with exquisite taste. Separated from the Theater District by quiet, tree-lined streets, on street parking and much to do for locals, the Midtown West/Clinton area is very unique. Where neighbors wave to neighbors and friendly local acquaintances nod and say hello, you'll feel very much at home here.Virtually every subway line in the city runs through the station at Times Square. Clinton residents are truly an eclectic mix of middle income and upper-class New Yorkers
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The name “Hell’s Kitchen” conjures up some pretty unsavory connotations, but the neighborhood moniker is a leftover from many decades past; since the early 1980s, Hell’s Kitchen has undergone substantial improvements, and today it is considered one of the safest and most in-demand areas of the city (image-conscious residents sometimes refer to this area as “Clinton”).
Today, Hell’s Kitchen is defined by upscale new and refurbished residential buildings, though rental rates are still quite competitive for Manhattan. A vibrant collective of restaurants, bars, and art centers cater to the eclectic tastes of the locals. Numerous public parks are spread throughout the community, particularly the large De Witt Clinton Park near the waterfront, and Central Park is very close at hand as well.