Hell's Kitchen


Hell’s Kitchen is quickly becoming one of Manhattan’s most diverse and vibrant neighborhoods. Although its moniker comes from having been home to numerous gangs and mobsters for most of the 19th and early 20th centuries, Hell’s Kitchen is now known for its many restaurants, off-Broadway theaters, and colorful nightlife. The neighborhood attracts people of all backgrounds, offering residents a little bit of everything, and also offers some great values, especially when it comes to high-end luxury apartments, as it has experienced a residential building boom in recent years sparked by the extension of the 7 train and the Hudson yards mega development. The neighborhood is also known for it’s great culinary scene with the stretch of West 46th Street between 8th and 9th Aves being aptly named “restaurant row” and many of the cities most renowned restaurants being located in the area.

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