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4.7 out of 10

East 52 St, Midtown

Ranked 19th best street in Midtown
40.7584316225631 -73.9730671674234
Great for
  • Shopping Options
  • Clean & Green
  • Eating Out
  • Gym & Fitness
  • Pest Free
Not great for
  • Nightlife
  • Parking
  • Cost of Living
  • Lack of Traffic
  • Neighborly Spirit
Who lives here?
  • Tourists



"A fantastic New York experience"

Whether its Vivaldi or Frankie Valli, the Four Seasons has always been a name that conjures up a distinct image and to be fair, this world famous New York restaurant is probably a large part of the reason for that. Don’t think you can roll up and get a table on the night, the waiting list is a good few weeks away but its worth coming along to see the venue and perhaps catch a look at who is going inside. Its one of the things you’ll be able to tell others about your trip.

"Wealthy area, Overpriced"

E 52nd is great if you're interested in seeing wealthy people flaunting their success :) It's far too overpriced for the typical younger person starting out in life to afford. As far as it would go for tourists, I think that there are other streets that would be better for your money. The food is overpriced, although it's nice to be around so much motivation. Just visiting this street, you'll feel more motivated to become a success...

Most of the streets in Manhattan are worth a visit, but if you're looking to eat, I'd go a few more blocks down where the food gets progressively better and cheaper :)

"Another Classy Street in Midtown East"

Midtown East is a very mature area of town, with established people with established lifestyles and careers. It's kind of an inspiring fast paced side of town, with successful people surrounding you. If you're not into the scene and not impressed by blatant and overt shows of wealth, I wouldn't suggest this part of the city to you.

If you are into that, you can go to the Four Seasons with all of the rest of the swanky people and enjoy an overpriced meal.

East 52nd Street is close to several metro stations and is close to many buses. Foot traffic is heavy and I recommend the street to EVERYONE!

Unranked Streets in Midtown

6 Ave

"6th Ave - 40th to 47th"
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East 44th St

"More UN News"
40.7537179910392 -73.9774367535212

East 46th St

"Pretty lifeless"
40.754682917564 -73.9758212393986

East 47th St

"Very . . . midtown"
40.755350537781 -73.9754676104349

East 49th St

"Some noteworthy places"
40.7565532407371 -73.9744349208344

East 51 St

"Mix of midtown, old town and Uptown."
40.7578076236914 -73.973524373067

East 55 St

"Couple cool history points"
40.7603106324767 -73.9716952108995

East 57th St

"High end Shopping to the Max"
40.7616095587241 -73.9707488811916
40.7561850817878 -73.972590749953

Park Ave

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