These eclectic neighborhoods – which include the well-known Times Square, Theater District, Columbus Circle, and Hudson River Park – can be considered the heart of New York City.

Manhattan luxury apartment broker Platinum Properties is here with a neighborhood guide to all the best spots in Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown West if you are searching for a new home in the area.


WHERE TO: pamper yourself.

Antoinette Boudoir Newstalgica Salon11 West 46th Street

Book a facial or body scrub at this modern-day “tribute to Marie Antoinette’s powder room”.


Yelo Spa5 East 57th Street

Enjoy one of their famous power naps or choose from the wide variety of massages and skin care treatments at this revolutionary spa.


WHERE TO: bargain shop.

Hell’s Kitchen Flea MarketWest 39th Street & 9th Avenue

Spend your next free weekend browsing vintage wares, tasting locally-grown produce, and munching on delicious street food at the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.


Housing Works Thrift Shop730-732 Ninth Avenue

Visit this thrift shop to update your wardrobe and home with high-end vintage items at low prices.


WHERE TO: satisfy your sweet tooth.

Schmackary’s362 West 45th Street

Choose from an array of funky flavors like Maple Bacon and Peanut Butter Banana Crunch at this Hell’s Kitchen bakeshop.


WHERE TO: eat dinner.

Esca402 West 43rd Street

If you love seafood, you will dine happy as you choose from Esca’s creative menu.


Nizza630 Ninth Avenue


This French-Italian fusion restaurant is the perfect spot for pre- or post-theater meals.


WHERE TO: go for drinks.

Sky Room330 West 40th Street

Relax over a drink during the day or dance the night away at New York City’s highest rooftop bar.


Therapy348 West 52nd Street


This hot former-warehouse-turned-gay-bar hosts regular open mic nights and comedy hours.



If you are interested in making Hell’s Kitchen/Midtown West your new neighborhood, make an appointment at Platinum’s Times Square office by calling 212-481-2002.

Check back next week for a guide to The Village.