Manhattan Herald Square Real Estate
About The Herald Square NYC
Herald Square is the area surrounding the intersection of Broadway, 6th Avenue and 34th Street. The area surounding Herald Square is a world famous shopping district. The square is home to many chain clothing stores and the largest department store in the United States, Macy’s. The Empire State Building, Pennsylvania Station and the Manhattan Mall are all within close proximity of Herald Square. There are many amazing office spaces located on floors overlooking one of the most heavily trafficed shopping districts in the city. With a great midtown location, any business can find the perfect office space in the neighborhood of Herald Square. Herald Square offices are ideal for companies that have interests related to fashion, merchandizing, retail, clothing, garments, advertising and more.
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Herald Square Manhattan Real Estate Guide
34th Street-Herald Square station (B D F V N Q R W) and the 33rd Street station of the PATH
The Chase Manhattan Bank at 248 Eighth Ave. near 22nd St.
The Commerce Bank at200 West 26th at Seventh Ave.
Citibank at 717 Sixth Ave. at 23rd Street.
James A. Farley Post Office, 8th Avenue and 33rd Street
10th Precinct, 230 W 20th St, New York, NY - Phone (212) 741-8211
Duane Reade (24-hour store), 155 E. 34th St. at 3rd Ave, (212)683-3042
Duane Reade (24-hour store), 358 5th Ave. at 34th St, (212)279-0208
Duane Reade (24-hour store), 460 8th Ave. at 34th St., (212)244-4026
Whole Foods Market, 250 Seventh Ave. at 24th St.
Herald Square Restaurants:
Frankie & Jonnie's Steakhouse at 32 W 37th Street
Francisco’s is THE place to go for great lobster at reasonable prices (and addictive sangria) – this is a crowded, noisy spot that’s great for groups. For a more trendy scene, stop by Elmo for chic comfort food and cocktails. On a nice day, sit outside at the Chelsea Brewing Company and enjoy home-brewed beers and a view of the Hudson.
Herald Square Nightlife:
The Chelsea club scene is hot. Current favorites include Marquee, Bungalow 8 (where you’re bound to run into an Olsen twin if you hang out long enough), and Serena at the Chelsea Hotel. If you tire of the club scene, check out comedy shows at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade.