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Manhattan’s diversity, food scene, and cultural arts makes it a sought-after city!
- Live Music
- New York
When you think of Manhattan, does an island first come to mind? It’s hard to imagine – especially considering the amount of people, attractions, and skyscrapers there are – but it is an island…a very large one at that.
The city (and island) of Manhattan is a melting pot of culture, media outlets, entertainment, and financial institutions. The United Nations Headquarters is located in Midtown East, down the road from the Chrysler Building. Because of its vast size, the city is divided into three sections: Upper, Midtown, and Lower Manhattan.
Recognized for its diversity, literature, and music, Harlem is located in Upper Manhattan and anchored by the famous Apollo Theater. There’s a wealth of knowledge and educational opportunities because of the City College of New York and Columbia University. Residents are often serenaded by jazz streaming from the local bars and restaurants.
Midtown has the likes of Central Park, Times Square, and Grand Central Terminal on its side. In their free time, locals enjoy seeing a Broadway show in the Theater District or admiring the views of the Flatiron Building at Madison Square Park. When they’re not at their luxury apartment home, New York residents enjoy shopping along 5th Avenue, seeing the wildlife at the Central Park Zoo, or watching toy boats sail across the water at Kerb’s Boathouse. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is home to an extensive collection of works.
Lower Manhattan is the home of diverse neighborhoods, One World Trade Center, and Wall Street. The Financial District is one of the world’s most powerful financial and economic centers. Residents of this cool area enjoy views of the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park. All around Manhattan, you’ll discover and expansive food scene and dynamic subway system.
Top 10 Apartments in Manhattan
- 30 Lincoln Plaza, 1-3 Bed, $6,750 - 18,750
- The Eugene, Studio - 2 Bed, $3,346 - 10,495
- Dorchester Towers, Studio - 2 Bed, $3,175 - 7,375
- Normandie Court, Studio - 1 Bed, $2,575 - 3,650
- 21 WEA, Studio - 3 Bed, $3,291 - 9,281
- EOS, Studio - 2 Bed, $3,649 - 6,443
- VIA 57 WEST, 1-2 Bed, $3,688 - 11,000
- FRANK 57 WEST, 1-3 Bed, $3,462 - 6,365
- Avalon Riverview, Studio - 3 Bed, $2,645 - 7,203
- Avalon Morningside Park, Studio - 3 Bed, $3,670 - 7,105
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