In a large and varied neighborhood as Midtown West, its new designation leaves much of its borders flexible. But the general consensus is that Midtown West is bordered by 59th Street to the north, Eighth Avenue to the east, 30th Street to the south and the Hudson River to the west. Nevertheless, it is located in one of the most ideal locations in Manhattan, with access to historic landmarks such as Times Square to its east and new buildings, such as the largest construction project of its kind — Hudson Yards — to the south.
Midtown West’s restaurant Row offers rich ethnic foods for the increasingly diverse population. Many dining and retail attractions are just a few steps away, and the neighborhood’s numerous subway lines can take you further. With the completion of the Hudson Yards project, one can expect numerous high-end retailers and eateries to come. In Midtown West, one can find luxury apartments and new developments, all within walking distance of Manhattan’s historic landmarks.