Midtown Manhattan: Attractions, restaurants, real estate and more

Midtown Manhattan: Attractions, restaurants, real estate and more

While the pulse of the city quite literally pumps from midtown, the area isn’t exactly known as a cozy place to live.

Dominated by office buildings, hotels and tourist attractions, it’s well-suited for daily commuters — many of whom take Metro-North to Grand Central Terminal — and tourists who descend on Times Square and the Theater District.

But the area isn’t only packed with visitors because of its train access: its digs are so expensive, many can’t afford to stay as residents.

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