Although not cheap, with a variety of amenities nearby Clinton offers fairly good value for the cost – particularly if you give up your car and don’t need to pay for parking.
This large, downtown community is located on the western shores of Manhattan, along the Hudson River and includes the Lincoln Tunnel. Also referred to as Hell’s Kitchen or Midtown West, Clinton resides between 34th and 59th Streets and 8th Avenue. Once a gritty, higher poverty-level neighborhood, the area has turned around in recent decades and now is a haven for many aspiring and working actors looking for their Broadway break, as well as commuters.
Clinton is directly adjacent to the Theatre District, where you can find long-running and brand-new Broadway shows. Within its boundaries, you find playgrounds, community gardens, parks (including dog-friendly parks) as well as access to Hudson River park and a promenade and bike path that extends along the Hudson River.Find Clinton apartments
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The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), Radio City Music Hall, and Times Square are just a few of the nearby attractions, not to mention the hundreds of great restaurants and other attractions in the area.
Within the boundaries of Clinton, you will find grocery stores, cafes, and many shopping opportunities. On the northern edge of the community lies Time Warner Center – with many major chain stores. Here you’ll also find the entrance to Central Park.
On 8th Avenue you’ll find access to the subway (for A, C, and E lines), just a bit farther over on 7th Avenue and Broadway you can access more major lines to take you wherever you need to go. Major bus routes run on most streets within Clinton, so getting to and from your destination – whether work, school, or entertainment – is pretty straightforward. Via car you can quickly access Lincoln Hwy and the Lincoln Tunnel.