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Why Rockefeller Center Is the Most Exciting Place to Eat in New York City

Real estate developer Tishman Speyer reinvigorated a New York City icon by building a new community of chefs.

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This area is predicted to be NYC’s hottest neighborhood in 2023

It looks like Turtle Bay — yes, that Turtle Bay — will be the hottest neighborhood in New York City come 2023. No, not trendy Williamsburg in Brooklyn — or even parts of downtown Manhattan where cool kids hang. Turtle Bay, which sits east of Lexington Avenue and between East 42nd and East 53rd streets — and is known as home to the United Nations and the Chrysler Building — had traditionally been considered stale and overlooked as a place to live. But now, it has a new future in store.

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Meet the New Restaurants That Are Making Midtown Manhattan NYC’s Hottest Dining Destination

Battered by the lack of office workers and tourists during the pandemic, Midtown stages a comeback. This strange new gravitational pull toward midtown Manhattan started with a crab and a cocktail at Le Rock’s packed-on-a-Tuesday-night bar, where an open stool presents the opportunity for what could be considered the perfect solo meal: dressed whole Dungeness crab, escargot, snappy red radishes with butter, baguette slices and a Green Chartreuse–laced Bijou Blanc.

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Ken Griffin’s Citadel plans 51-story office tower on Park Avenue

Hedge fund working with Vornado, Rudin on Norman Foster-designed skyscraper. New details are emerging on hedge fund billionaire Ken Griffin’s planned office skyscraper in Midtown.

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A Guide to Midtown Manhattan—for Visitors and Jaded Locals

Midtown is back to its raucous old self, with a host of glitzy new spots mixed in with the stalwarts. Here, more than 20 restaurants, bars, hidden gardens, shops and art venues that even jaded locals won’t want to miss.

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