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Hell’s Kitchen on Manhattan’s West Side is Redefining New York City Luxury Living
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10/13/2020
The proximity of these amenities offers residents of Midtown West a once dismissed and mostly industrial stretch of Manhattan a new neighborhood with the extension of the 7 train.

Known across  New York City  by many names, Hell’s Kitchen, Clinton, or Midtown West, the neighborhood is a new idea for those wishing to experience everything New York City has to offer. Experience Times Square for a Broadway Show, a day in Central Park, an afternoon of shopping at Columbus Circle or sampling the cuisine of Jose Andres at Hudson Yards . The proximity of these amenities offers residents of Midtown West a once dismissed and mostly industrial stretch of Manhattan a new neighborhood with the extension of the 7 train.

In the late 90’s, Chelsea was the new neighborhood and media and advertising companies came flocking. Williamsburg Brooklyn was next amongst the creative set and now sports quite a few Investment Bankers due to its close proximity to the Financial District. The selection of real estate is diverse in Midtown West, ushering in a new era of what it means to reside in New York City.

Living close to entertainment, and work is important, but so is maintaining a sense of independence from the hustle and bustle associated with the tourist hot spots and big crowds and lights that fill the streets of Broadway in Times Square..

Hell's Kitchen in Midtown West offers the perfect compromise, as it provides luxury real estate options for those looking to maintain a safe distance from the tourists but also appreciate being able to make a spur of the moment decision to go to Central Park. Not to mention the New York nightlife and food scene that the neighborhood is known for (once the Covid restrictions are finally lifted).

Oasis on the Doorstep of Hell's Kitchen

Bordering the west of the community, the Hudson River is home to the beautifully landscaped Hudson River Park. Not only is this park nearby, but the recent events related to the COVID-19 pandemic have created a unique atmosphere for locals to safely experience and get out of doors..

If that’s not enough, and you are needing to mix up your routine, Central Park (and the Central Park Zoo) are just a few minutes away. Another fun spot to enjoy while at Central park is Bethesda Fountain.

Hell’s Kitchen Real Estate

Should you have a preference for a particular, townhome or co-op, or recently renovated condos that are close enough if you work on Broadway in Times Square, Midtown West/Hell’s Kitchen is a perfect place to call your new home.

One of the unique features of Midtown West/Hell's Kitchen that sets it apart from other parts of New York is the vast array of property types available to those looking to relocate here. Whether you're looking for an ultra-modern three-bedroom Hell's Kitchen condo for your family with a doorman and private balcony, or if something with fewer square feet and a more subtle entrance is desired, there is something to suit everyone's tastes.

With more new construction condos -and townhomes- popping up than ever before, the Hell's Kitchen condo of Midtown West is seeing more vibrancy. Year after year the upscale style of Chelsea and cultural waves from the establishments on Broadway bleed over into the area as more people discover the gem that Midtown West truly is.

Since many establishments are closed to allow social distancing, it can be near impossible to get into an open house these days. One solution that is being offered is private tours with a face-mask requirement. Another ingenious solution includes the addition of virtual tours that allow potential buyers to tour apartments and condos from wherever they may be. Whether the buyer is in New York, somewhere else in the United States, or halfway across the world, they can view their potential future property with ease.

Entertainment in Manhattan

Hell's Kitchen is bordered on the north and south by W 57th St. and W 42nd St. respectively, and the options for entertainment are limitless with Broadway and Times Square both just a short walk away. Nothing says "New York" quite like going out to dinner at one of the numerous eateries that Hell's Kitchen is famous for before catching one of your favorite Broadway hits. The number of multinational restaurants fit for all budgets and moods makes Midtown West the place to be when it comes to trying new foods and going out for a night on the town.

Need to grab a drink and take time to visit after a long dinner? Some of the best pubs and bars in all of New York are found in Hell's Kitchen, and finding a hot spot to try a delicious new beer or gourmet cocktail is never more than a stone's throw away.

Feeling more like big city lights and classic NYC vibes? Walk on over to Times Square and watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve. People flock from all over the United States to come take in the wondrous sights and sounds to be found in Manhattan, and residents of Hell's Kitchen can enjoy them without having to live directly in the midst of it all. 

Commuting in NYC

Yet another benefit of residency at Midtown West's location includes career considerations. Whether you work on the East Side, the Upper West Side, off Central Park, or even Brooklyn, Hell's Kitchen offers its residents numerous commuting options within walking distance of their homes.

A quick Google search will show all of the different options for the necessary transportation to reach work and entertainment destinations. Whether you are grabbing a taxi on west 47th street to go to a meeting on the East side, or if you are traveling farther and need to board a train from Pennsylvania Station out of town/state, you are in close proximity and can rest assured that you will arrive in a timely manner.

Pennsylvania Station (also known as Penn Station) offers commuters access to the rest of the United States via connecting rail stops, and can quickly get travelers to some of the most historically significant states in the nation's history. With its proximity to this neighborhood, you would yet again be able to effectively manage work in a big city with a personal life somewhere more suburban.

Hell's Kitchen in a Nutshell

With real estate in Hell's Kitchen sitting in place of increased stability as well as affordability per square foot than most of Manhattan, it is important to keep Midtown West in mind seeking to purchase luxury real estate in New York.

Now more than ever with businesses having their employees work from home due to Covid-19, buyers are looking for more than just real estate. They are looking for a place to call home. 2020 is the year to make the move to Midtown West for luxury real estate purchases.

 

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