Two of the most famous destination in the world reside in Midtown West. Rockefeller Center being one of them where show such as Saturday Night Live, and the Rockettes perform their yearly Christmas show there. Then over on 7th Avenue and Broadway is Times Square, a mecca to everything lights and fun. You can’t miss a visit to the city without taking in a Broadway show, sampling some food, and visiting shops like M&M World in this much raved about location. The ball drops every year on New Year’s Eve at Times Square which fills with an estimated 2 million people each year for this occurrence. People live year round in the area as well with the basic rent for a one bedroom apartment being around $3300 per month. So it’s not inexpensive to live there, just like most of Manhattan.
If you need a culture fix MOMA is there which is the Museum of Modern Art which houses works from famed artist Andy Warhol, and Mark Rothko to name a couple of big ones. Hell’s Kitchen and Chelsea are two of the better known neighborhoods in way makes up Midtown West in Manhattan. It’s a bustling business area with many corporate headquarters there such as Saks Fifth Avenue, many television stations like NBC, Time Warner, and Marvel Entertainment who bring us all those mega hit superhero movies people love.