In this diverse, upscale community, you will find everything you want within just a
few blocks. World-class accommodations, fine dining and a wide range of shopping choices make this neighborhood a microcosm
of the best that New York City has to offer.
Midtown East is also home to
some of the city's most famous buildings and structures.
Central Terminal isn't just the world's most famous train station -- it's also a midtown destination for shopping (with a
multitude of specialty stops), dining, public events, and tours. GCT is steps away from the Chrysler Building, which, while
not open to the public,remains the one of the world's finest examples of 1930s Art Deco architecture and the second-tallest
building in the city.
The United Nations headquarters, built
in 1949-50, is also nearby. Guided tours are offered seven days a week (except during January and February, when the UN is
closed to the public on weekends). The 56-story Chanin Building is one of the more well-known, ornate Art Deco buildings in
the city. One of the city's finest examples of 1960s architecture, the steel-and-glass Ford Foundation Building is home to
a beautiful, open-to-the-public, 1/3-acre interior semi-tropical garden complete with lily pond.
Beautiful churches are also found in this area, including St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Bartholomew's
Church, and St. Vartan Armenian Cathedral.
Midtown East Parameters
40th Street to
59th Street, from the East River to Fifth Avenue.
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