Like many other neighborhoods, the average price for a Hells Kitchen apartment for rent is diverse. For example, a studio can be found for $1,200 or $3,500. The same holds true for one bedroom apartments, ranging from $1,400 to $4,500. What you’ll end up paying in rent for your apt will really depend on your keenness for amenities (doorman, gym, parking, dishwasher, in unit laundry, etc.)Find Hell's Kitchen apartments
|Building Address||# no-fee apts|
|505 W 37TH ST||267|
|1 RIVER PL||208|
|610 W 42ND ST||208|
|557 10TH AVE||168|
|453 W 37TH ST||145|
|450 W 42ND ST||62|
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If you’re looking for an apartment with a lot of food options, here's one New Yorker's perspective on Hell's Kitchen dining: "it may just be the best neighborhood for restaurants in the entire city right now, particularly the stretch of ninth avenue from 42nd to 54th street. The diversity of cuisine is spectacular, and Seamless lists over a hundred restaurants in delivery range. Partly thanks to the TV show, Hell's Kitchen has become synonymous with quality restaurants."
The neighborhood, on the westide of Manhattan between 34th and 57th, runs from the Hudson to Times Square and the Garment District, both on 8th Ave.
And lastly, in case you were wondering, there are several theories regarding where the name, Hell’s Kitchen, came from. Unfortunately, if you're looking for a definitive answer, there is none. The only common thread to these theories is that the origin behind the name is not very flattering.