Featuring iconic landmarks that define the city’s skyline—such as the Chrysler Building.
Spanning 34th to 59th Streets, from Fifth Avenue to the East River, Midtown East covers several sought-after micro-neighborhoods, including Murray Hill, Kips Bay, Sutton Place, and Beekman Place. Featuring iconic landmarks that define the city’s skyline—such as the Chrysler Building, Citigroup Building, and MetLife Building—this neighborhood is home to the United Nations. Luxury shopping options abound on Fifth Avenue, while iconic restaurants include Smith & Wollensky, P.J. Clarke’s, and the Grand Central Oyster Bar and Restaurant. The latter is found inside Grand Central Terminal, the city’s original transit hub, which continues to connect residents to the rest of the city and beyond.