Midtown East

Midtown East is a combination of several neighborhoods — everything between 14th street and 60th street is part of Midtown. But the area between 40th street and 60th street and East River to Fifth Ave is called Midtown East.

The Grand Central Terminal, The Empire State Building, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, Radio City, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, The main branch of the New York Public Library, the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, the Chrysler Building, Madison Square Park, the United Nations, Tudor City, Beekman Place, and Sutton Place are all part of Midtown East.

But Murray Hill, Gramercy, Kips Bay, Union Square, and Flatiron are also part of Midtown East. It is comprised of many different communities, each with their distinct characteristic and appeal.

Apartments for rent in Midtown East are in demand due to their convenient location. Living in Midtown East means many commercial districts are within walking distance. Midtown East has the highest concentration of business and money in the country. All the good things that Manhattan has to offer is practically at your front door.

The Midtown East area is populated with young professionals and the neighborhood is vibrant. In Midtown East, you feel the most often referred to “New York energy.” It is where the corporate headquarters of the major New York companies are located.

Great dining and shopping and nightlife options abound — at the end of a workday, there are many ways to unwind. You can go to Dos Caminos, VietHaven and Tao to dine, mad46 for cocktails with splendid views, and Saks Fifth Avenue, Bergdorf Goodman, Versace, Gucci, and Tiffany’s to shop.

Apartments for rent in Midtown East range from studios to one and two-bedroom apartments, to Classic 6s, to three-bedroom duplexes. From brownstones to townhouses, to post-war mid-rise complexes, to pre-war buildings to luxury condominiums.

The options are varied depending on which part of Midtown East you’re looking in. And the best homes give you a view of the city skyline and waterfront vistas. The streets are also lined with trees. Midtown East has 2177 trees.

In Midtown East, there is convenience, comfort, and security. Violent crime rates are very low, and petty crimes are directed at tourists. The residents are long-time residents and just-moved-ins, young and old and singles and families.

It should not be a surprise that Midtown East has good transport links, which means it’s fairly easy for residents to move around and make their way to other neighborhoods.

Renting an apartment in Midtown East allows you to enjoy everything that Manhattan has to offer. Residents are generally satisfied with their living situation here.

If you are interested in moving to this world-class neighborhood and renting a place, please contact ATA Enterprises at 212-308-1888 to learn more about no-fee luxury apartments in Midtown East that are available for rent.