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Clinton aka Hell's Kitchen and Midtown West

dhollins12033 Keller Williams | NYC Real Estate Agent

Clinton? Is that a former President or a neighborhood in Manhattan, NY? Answer: both. The Clinton neighborhood is actually just slightly north of Hell's Kitchen, but the names are often used interchangeably. The neighborhood runs from 34th Street to 59th Street, starting at 8th Avenue and ...

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Neighbohood Helper - Landlord

Clinton is also known as Midtown West and most popularly Hell’s Kitchen. While the popular nickname has little to do with the culinary notability of the neighborhood, but rather Davy Crockett’s distaste for the residents, its reputation in that department has grown quite prestigious. There are over 2,300 restaurants in this neighborhood, of every different style and price range. 46th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenue, was officially designated Restaurant Row in 1973, when the mayor proclaimed “Where else in the world, except possibly Paris, could you get 16 of the best restaurants collected in such a short strip of land?” Since then, the number on this short strip has escalated to around 40.

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Economy and Jobs

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Until the 1990s, the Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen/MIdtown West neighborhood in Manhattan was known for its grit; dilapidated buildings, unsightly streets and storefronts, and poor residents. In 1969, the City Planning Commission’s ‘Plan for New York City’ stated many sources of developmental pressure, driving many residents in the lower financial class to move elsewhere. It had been one of the least expensive neighborhoods in the city. Now, however, it is one of the most expensive areas in Manhattan. There are thousands of retail, restaurant, and office business opportunities in Clinton, and the economy is only getting better.


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thumbnail 2 Bed $5,900 552 W 43Rd Street, New York, NY September 16th
thumbnail 0 Bed $2,300 500 W 43Rd Street, New York, NY September 16th
thumbnail 2 Bed $6,295 330 W 39Th Street, New York, NY September 16th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,595 401 W 45Th Street, New York, NY September 16th
thumbnail 0 Bed $5,995 447 W 36Th Street, New York, NY September 16th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,490 561 10Th Avenue, New York, NY September 15th
thumbnail 0 Bed $2,395 505 W 37Th Street, New York, NY September 15th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,100 500 10Th Avenue, New York, NY September 15th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,450 620 W 42Nd Street, New York, NY September 15th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,200 350 W 40Th Street, New York, NY September 15th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Studio - Two $3,495 - $6,095
One - Three $5,350 - $18,995
One - Two $3,100 - $4,400
Studio - Two $2,870 - $5,615
Studio - One $2,370 - $3,275
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