Prime Manhattan Realty - Avenue of the Americas Real Estate Information

Avenue of the Americas Real Estate

About The Avenue of the Americas NYC

Stretching from Central Park South to the Downtown Financial District, the Avenue of the Americas is one of Manhattan’s iconic thoroughfares, lined from end to end with some of the city’s most recognizable and thriving real estate.

The Avenue of the Americas runs through the heart of Midtown Manhattan, through the Flatiron District, Greenwich Village and SoHo before terminating at Franklin Street. Real estate along the Avenue of the Americas varies dramatically, with commercial skyscrapers in Midtown, a mixture of mid-rise brick buildings and high rises in the 20’s and 30’s, classic brick mixed use buildings in Greenwich village and loft buildings in SoHo.

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New York Avenue of the Americas Real Estate Guide

Locale Subway:
The B, D, F, and V lines run along the Avenue of the Americas. The A, C and E trains run along its southern end. The N, W, Q, R, L and PATH trains all have stops at different points on the Avenue of the Americas.

Area ATMs:

Between the countless commercial banks and all night convenience store, you’ll find hundreds of 24-hour ATMs lining the Avenue of the Americas.

Post Office:

23 W 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 - Phone (212) 279-5960
70 W 10th Street New York, NY 10011 - Phone(212) 475-2534

Police Precinct:

T he Avenue of the Americas passes through the 18th, 14th, 13th, 6th and 1st Police Precincts.




Markets directly on the Avenue of the Americas tend to be smaller, but near it you’ll find:


Han Ah Reum, 25 W 32nd Street
Whole Foods, 250 7th Ave, New York

Avenue of the Americas Restaurants:
You’ll find every imaginable type of restaurant on the Avenue of the Americas, ranging from hot dogs at Gray’s Papaya in Greenwich Village to fashionable upscale haute cuisine at Markt in the Flatiron to diner food at the Astro Restaurant near Central Park.

Avenue of the Americas Nightlife:
Numerous bars are located on or near the Avenue of the Americas in every neighborhood it crosses. From Hudson’s Sports bar at 54th Street to SoHo’s Circa Tabac, one of New York’s last remaining cigar bars, you’ll enjoy a myriad of nightlife options.


Parks / Recreation:
The only park located directly on the Avenue of the Americas is Bryan Park at 40th Street, but the avenue has close proximity to Central Park at its northern terminus and Washington Square Park is just a block away in Greenwich Village.


Landmarks / History:
The Avenue of the Americas began life as 6th Avenue (and to many New Yorkers it still is) and was rechristened by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia in 1945. Sixth Avenue saw a rebirth after the original elevated train that ran above it was torn down in the 1940s. Property values shot up and a period of redevelopment followed. The city continued to invest in the Avenue, adding pedestrian malls and special lighting as it grew to become the bustling artery it is today. Landmarks on the Avenue of the Americas include the Jefferson Market Library in Greenwich Village, Bryant Park, the CBS Building, Rockefeller Center, the Time-Life building and more.


Area Scene:
The Avenue of the America’s runs through a tremendous swath of Manhattan. From Midtown commercial bustle to Greenwich village apartments and restaurant’s, the scene is very diverse.