Westside

Westside

Upper West Side

Stepping to the west, past Central Park, is the Upper West Side known for its stately high stoop brownstones and detailed architectural buildings. 15 Central Park West, perhaps this side of town’s most expensive and esteemed residential building, home to Lincoln Center, the cultural & arts center of the city. This is also a more casual side of town embodying students from Columbia University and historians from the American Museum of Natural History. Centrally located near Columbia University and Lincoln Center, the Upper West Side is a paragon of significant beauty and rich history. The area extends from Central Park West to the Hudson River and from 59th Street to 110th Street, with breathtaking views overlooking the park and across the Hudson. Residential streets are lined with landmarked brownstones and luxurious properties, distinct for their grand pre war architecture. The neighborhood’s fine restaurants and elegant boutiques have been the backdrop in featured films for decades. A mélange of students, artists and professionals make their home on the Upper West Side. Convenient subway service provides a short commute to all areas of Manhattan.

Midtown West

Stretching west of Fifth Avenue to the Hudson River, Midtown West has been transformed through extensive redevelopment over the past decade. Along with its major business district, Midtown West offers an abundance of world-renowned entertainment attractions including Broadway’s Theater District, Times Square, Carnegie Hall and Rockefeller Center, with the magnificently restored showplace of Radio City Music Hall. Penn Station is also situated in Midtown West, below Madison Square Garden and near Herald Square, where the flagship Macy’s store is distinguished as the world’s largest department store and a registered New York City landmark. The revitalization of this area has given rise to numerous luxury residential towers the soaring towers of Columbus Circle’s Time Warner Center, a stunning architectural landmark and housing luxury condominiums in addition to Manhattan’s largest food market, lavish restaurants and shops and a concert hall. An ideal location gives all Midtown West real estate the added appeal of placing a multitude of shops, restaurants, entertainment attractions and office buildings within easy walking distance. Some of New York’s most prestigious New Developments makes up Billionaire’s Row. The skyscrapers here have perfect views of all of New York City, from all of Central Park down to the World Trade Building to across the rivers over to the outer boroughs. This is also a livelier part of town due to all the lights and attractions from Time Square; the place to be for the New Year Eve’s ball drop and famous Broadway shows.

Hudson Yards

Hudson Yards is a neighborhood on the West Side of Midtown Manhattan, bounded roughly by 30th Street in the south, 43rd Street in the north, the West Side Highway in the west, and Eighth Avenue in the east. The area is the site of a large-scale redevelopment program that is being planned, funded, and constructed under a set of agreements among the State of New York, City of New York, and Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), with the aim of expanding the Midtown Manhattan business district westward to the Hudson River. The program includes a major rezoning of the Far West Side, an extension of the New York City Subway's 7 trains to a new subway station at 34th Street and 11th Avenue, a renovation and expansion of the Javits Center, and a financing plan to fund the various components. The various components are being planned by New York City Department of City Planning and New York City Economic Development Corporation.

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