on select apartment homes
From the bright lights on Broadway to sunsets over the Hudson River, Midtown is where New Yorkers work by day and play by night.
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    Kava Cafe

    470 W 42nd Street
    New York, NY 10036
    This stylish coffeeshop features baristas in skinny black ties pulling Stumptown shots from a sleek La Marzocco Strada espresso machine. Pastries (croissants, Danishes, scones) and house-made panini are available for nibbling.
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    Theatre Row

    410 W.42nd Street (9th/10th Avenues)
    New York, NY 10036
    Several newly renovated historic theatres are located in Times Square, including The Acorn Theatre, The Beckett Theatre, The Clurman Theatre, The Kirk Theatre, The Lion Theatre, and The Studio Theatre.  For the comfort and convenience of audiences, there is a centrally located, fully licensed bar and concession area.
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    Pershing Square Signature Theatre

    480 W.42nd Street
    New York, NY 10036
    MiMA is the new home of New York's acclaimed Signature Theatre Company. Designed by famous architect Frank Gehry, the company's Signature Center will be the city's newest cultural destination featuring 3 theatres, rehearsal spaces &stunning lobby with cafe/bookstore.
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    Birdland Jazz

    315 W.44th Street (8th/9th Avenues)
    New York, NY 10036
    After a decade on the Upper West Side, the legendary jazz club has returned to its midtown roots, mere blocks from where Charlie Parker headlined the original location, opened in 1949. The spacious new Birdland offers excellent jazz, sightlines and acoustics, with an award-winning menu of American-Cajun cuisine.
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    570 Tenth Avenue (inside YOTEL)
    New York, NY 10036
    Eat, drink, and party weekends at FOUR. Chef Richard Sandoval has created vibrant menus of small plates and sharing dishes to match the dynamic series of gathering spaces. New York's largest outdoor hotel terrace features amazing views, two bars, cabanas and fire pits.
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    Pacha NYC

    618 W.46th Street (11th/12th Avenues)
    New York, NY 10036
    Inspired by its location in Spain on the island Ibiza, this 30,000-square-foot club venue is split into four levels, each accessible and operable individually, with a sophisticated lighting system. A German-imported Dynacord alpha concept speaker system attracts DJs and club-goers from around the world.
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    622 Tenth Avenue (at 44th Street)
    New York, NY 10036
    Attracting all manner of soldiers in the theater industry, from chorus members to producers, this dining establishment provides brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert and wine menus to satisfy all patrons. Specialties include the buttermilk fried chicken and the steak-house-quality fillets.
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    402 W.43rd Street
    New York, NY 10036
    ESCA, Italian for “bait,” is a southern Italian trattoria devoted to celebrating the fruits of the sea. Created by James Beard award-winning chef Dave Pasternack, Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich in October 2000, ESCA is revered for its less-is-more approach.
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    Amish Fine Food

    731 Ninth Avenue (49th/50th Streets)
    New York, NY 10019
    Customers stop by for lunch or to grab gourmet ingredients for their evening meal where they are met by a quality selection of specialty goods and a respectable produce section. Deli, cheese and seafood departments are well-maintained and offer a wide array of delicacies.
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    Sullivan Street Bakery

    533 W.47th Street
    New York, NY 10036
    Owner Jim Lahey’s passion for art led him from the medium of sculpture to bread when he originally started this bakery in Soho. Moving to Hell’s Kitchen in 2000, the bakery's remarkable bread is now showcased at over 340 of New York’s finest restaurants and markets.
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    Bryant Park

    W.42nd Street and Sixth Avenue
    New York, NY 10018
    Designed in the French Classical tradition, Bryant Park was established as a Scenic Landmark in 1974 by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. Today, public events ranging from historical tours to seasonal concerts abound while lunchtime headcounts on a sunny day can reach into the hundreds.
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    Playwrights Horizons

    416 W.42nd Street (9th/10th Avenues)
    New York, NY 10036
    This writer’s theater is dedicated to the support and development of contemporary American playwrights, composers and lyricists. For over 39 years, the theater has presented over 350 writers, and been the recipient of numerous awards and honors.
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    Hudson River Park

    Pier 84 (43rd/44th Streets)
    New York, NY 10036
    Extending from Battery Park to 59th Street, the Hudson River Park includes substantial offerings on nearby Pier 84, between 43rd and 44th Streets.  Outdoor visitors can enjoy a full range of activities there, with bike rentals, running, rowing, dog walking, boat tours, summer events, shopping and dining.
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    Hudson Terrace

    621 W.46th Street
    New York, NY 10036
    This event space has hosted a range of corporate fetes, politicians, celebrities, diplomats and revelers. The Rooftop Garden Lounge offers sunset views. Other on-site spaces include The Salon for up to 400 catered guests, and the Garden Terrace for up to 150 guests.
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    The Pony Bar

    637 Tenth Avenue (at 45th Street)
    New York, NY 10036
    20 fine craft beers and 2 cask ales available at all times, a full bar and a selection of wines by the glass, there is something for everyone at The Pony Bar. The name derives not from a horse but from short beers that were served in between races at the track.
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    Amy's Bread

    672 Ninth Avenue (46th/47th Streets)
    New York, NY 10036
    Opened in 1992, this original location is a cross between a Parisian boulangerie and a cozy Midwestern kitchen. Offerings include Amy’s signature Semolina with Golden Raisins and Fennel, the Picholine Green Olive, and other 100 percent organic breads.
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    570 Tenth Avenue (inside YOTEL)
    New York, NY 10036
    The chef behind NYC fusion restaurant Zengo brings his Japanese-style crafted menus to the Yotel on-site. The 18,000 square foot spot includes a dining room with shared tables, shaped like a sumo wrestling ring that converts into a dance club when its hydraulic communal tables are lowered into the ground.
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    403 W.43rd St. (between 9th/10th Avenues)
    New York, NY 10036
    At this New American restaurant, Chef Megan Johnson creates plates to accompany distinctive wines, farm-driven cocktails and fresh housemade mixers. Fromager Dimitri Saad selects a sample of the world's finest artisanal cheeses while pastry chef Leigh Friend's desserts provide delicious elegance.
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    Cupcake Cafe

    545 Ninth Avenue (at 40th Street)
    New York, NY 10018
    Specializing in cupcakes and cakes for all occasions, the midtown location offers custom decorators for art design cakes, floral cakes and shape cakes. Cake decorating classes are also available to those customers wishing to gain the building blocks of decorating themselves with buttercream.