Midtown has been proven to be one of New York City’s “most pedestrian-friendly areas.” It comprises a variety of types of developments, which render it a great place for today’s millennials to live their lives. As well as the working day, there are numerous nighttime entertainment options as well.
There is a slew of brunch options to choose from and each weekend, there are almost too many options for social hopping. From pubs to sports, dancing to seafood and karaoke, everyone can find something to do.
As well, Midtown Park sits right on top of a 6-acre tract of land. Ultimately this is going to be filled with properties and a public parking garage but there will still be plenty of lawn left to host around 3,000 people at Midtown Park events.
And then of course, when you think Midtown, you have to take advantage of the art and culture there. Between the museums, galleries theaters and more, you pretty much can’t even say Midtown without saying culture. Take in a class at the Houston Metropolitan Dance Center or if you are more of a spectator culturist, go for the latest Houston Center for Contemporary Art’s exhibition.
There really is something for everyone. And it just keeps getting better.