Living in the Central Park South neighborhood of Manhattan


Selected No Fee Apartments in Central Park South

View ALL of the available no fee apartments in
Central Park South. Below are a sampling of what is on the market.

$2,335
Studio
$3,900
2 Bedroom
$3,750
1 Bedroom
$2,500
Studio
$3,650
2 Bedroom
$5,495
2 Bedroom
$6,095
2 Bedroom / Flex 3
$3,995
1 Bedroom / Flex 2
$4,045
2 Bedroom
$3,999
2 Bedroom

The general region of Midtown lies between the Hudson River and the East River and between 42nd Street and 59th Streets, although many consider the southern border to be at 34th Street.

 

Several exclusive NY apartments can be found in the Midtown neighborhood of Central Park South, which accounts for a large chunk of blocks between Fifth and Eighth Avenues. Also dubbed  “The Plaza District”, this neighborhood is one of the most diverse and bustling real estate centers in Manhattan.

 

The Central Park South neighborhood is bordered to the west by the communities of Midtown West and the Theatre District, and to the east by Midtown East. The Central Park South area encompasses the prime Midtown blocks between 54th and 59th streets between Fifth and Eighth Avenues, with an added sliver extending down to 42nd street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. This extra slice of accounts for some of New York's greatest shopping, dining, and entertainment.

 

All  Midtown apartments situated within the Central Park South boundaries are in reach of six subway lines, as well as Grand Central Terminal. New Yorkers who live in Midtown doorman buildings have the luxury of knowing their privacy will be assured and their mail and packages will be taken care of when necessary.  Most other Midtown apartment buildings have intercom systems for security.

 

Central Park South possesses several urban monuments: Rockefeller Center, Times Square, and the eye-popping art deco façades and modern glass towers.

 

Visitors from all over the world and residents of Midtown Manhattan apartments alike love walking through the streets around Times Square surrounded by the dazzling billboards, theater marquees, while tempted by vendors selling everything from Big Apple souvenirs to handbags, shawls, jewelry, and roasted nuts.

 

High and low cultures co-exist in Midtown, from the theater attractions to the Museum of Modern ArtBryant Park is a Midtown oasis with garden tables for lunching outdoors, an old-fashioned carousel, and an artificial pond for ice-skating in the winter and jazz concerts in the summer.   The New York Public Library, Radio City Music Hall, Empire State Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and the United Nations are also favorites for Midtown apartment renters.

 

Within walking-distance of  Central Park South apartments, you’ll find many of the most popular shopping and dining destinations in NYC.  For shopping, there are options such as Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s, and a stretch of elegant shops along Fifth Avenue.  For dining, there are plenty of restaurants to fit every pocketbook and ethnic taste.

 

There is no lack of great dining in Midtown Manhattan, and "Restaurant Row" along 44th Street has about twenty places to eat, many with affordable “Prix Fixe” lunches and dinners.  From Macy’s Bar and Grill and Planet Hollywood to the expensive French Le Bernardin, dining choices in this section of Manhattan range from casual to spectacular with everything in between.  If you appreciate diverse dining options, then Midtown apartments, and especially those within the Central Park South neighborhood, just might be your ticket.


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