Clinton Real Estate
About The Clinton NYC
Between 34th Street and 59th Street and 8th Avenue and the Hudson River you’ll find Clinton, one of Manhattan’s most interesting neighborhoods. Formerly known as Hell’s Kitchen, the neighborhood emerged from a history as a tough working class neighborhood/commercial area to become one of the most dynamic areas in the city. Today it buzzes with great ethnic restaurants, popular nightclubs, and many attractive apartment conversions.
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Clinton Real Estate Guide
The A, C, E trains all run along different sections of Clinton.
M & T Bank, 830 8th Ave New York, NY 10019
HSBC, 885 8th Ave New York, NY 10019
Post offices near Clinton include:
514 W 49th Street New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 315-5693
322 W 52nd Street New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 265-6677
340 W 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 - Phone (212) 502-0420
18th Precinct 306 W 54th Street New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 767-8400
Duane Reade, 721 9th Ave # 49 New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 246-0168
Carewell Pharmacy, 767 9th Ave New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 265-8110
DeShaw Pharmacy, 746 10th Ave New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 581-6010
Gristede’s, 907 8th Ave # 1 New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 582-5873
D’Agostino’s, 353 W 57th St # 1 New York, NY 10019 - Phone (212) 581-8716
Hell’s Kitchen is home to some of Manhattan’s most celebrated restaurants, ranging from diverse, value-priced ethnic eateries on 10th Avenue to trendy spots like Blue Fin and Marseille.
Clinton’s bar scene includes a very eclectic mix upscale dance clubs, divey bars and hip, renovated neighborhood hangouts. Lounge at low-key Perdition, hoist a few at Hibernia Irish Bar and Grill or get sophisticated at Fusion.
Parks / Recreation:
Pretty much every activity you’d want to do in a public park you can do in Clinton. Have a picnic, go for a jog, ice skate, rent a rowboat, or just grab a bench and watch the time pass.
Landmarks / History:
Clinton was originally populated by Irish laborers during the mid-1800s, who found work on the loading docks or the nearby 11th Street rail line. Hardscrabble conditions led to the rise of gangs, and the neighborhood became known for organized crime and violence, a trend that would continue for more than a century. In the 1950s, large Puerto Rican communities moved into the area, prompting the cultural conflict that inspired the hit musical West Side Story. By the 1980s, criminal convictions quelled organized crime in the area, opening up the neighborhood for revitalization and repopulation by young professionals, actors and artists. Today it is a mix of old and new, with residents of all ages, backgrounds and professions.
Notable landmarks include Windermere, an embattled 100+ year-old apartment building at 57th St. and 9th Ave., Madison Square Garden and the Actors’ Studio.
A fantastic mix of ethnic communities, hip actors, musicians and professionals, Clinton is a teeming example of the New York melting pot. Local residents love the abundance of affordable ethnic restaurants, great bars and easy access to the rest of the city.
Median Income: $52,000