Midtown North

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Midtown North’s skyscrapers and energy defines the famous New York City pace, as tourists and professionals alike pack the busy streets. This neighborhood is home to Rockefeller Center, The Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall, and Times Square among many other famous landmarks. But amidst the hustle and bustle, Midtown North also provides numerous residential areas, tucked away from the activity.

Billionaires’ Row is located in Midtown North, where a swath of ultra-luxury, Post-war skyscrapers offer hundreds of units for sale and rent. With this neighborhood’s huge array of subway lines, transportation options, famous Manhattan restaurants, attractions, and bars, you don’t want to miss out on living in an area where new construction projects are just a few blocks away from decades-old attractions.

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