Midtown West is an area on the West Side in Manhattan, bounded on the south by 34th Street, on the north
by 59th Street, on the East by Fifth Ave, and on the west by the Hudson River.
Midtown West comprises the neighborhoods of Hell's Kitchen (Clinton), the Far West Side, Garment
District/Fashion Center, Theater District, Bryant Park, Columbus Circle, and to the south of 59th Street and
east of 7th Avenue. This area of Manhattan is home to every ethnicity and socio-economic class with
apartments in every price range. Building styles cover the gamut: modern skyscrapers with floor-to-ceiling
windows, great pre-wars, brownstones, and walk-up tenements.
Central Park South, Columbus Circle, Fifth Avenue, and some of the older, more stately pre-war buildings
command prices in the highest ranges for Manhattan. West 42nd Street and the Eighth Avenue corridor
offer some of the newest developments in the city, while the western edges of Hell's Kitchen and the Far
West Side still offer some downright bargains for Manhattan real estate. The areas are diverse with a sliding
scale of amenities.