Hells Kitchen Apartments
Hells Kitchen Neighborhood
Use our search tool and find well-priced apartments in Hells Kitchen. From 34th to 59th street and home of the Port Authority. You can catch pretty much any subway line here or take a bus to many places. Home of Broadway theatres, and Disney stores. You will find clowns, mimes and the famous naked cowboy.
Bars and restaurants abound and prices for homes are not all that bad. There are many new high rise buildings here that offer all amenities including dog runs inside the building and some buildings even with 2 pools and virtual golf. Many of these buildings offer incentives to new tenants looking for apartments in Hells Kitchen.
Hells Kitchen Activities
While you browse the inventory of apartments in Hells Kitchen, enjoy the best pizza at Don Antonios by Starita. Range from standards like Margherita to more creative constructions like the Rachetta, a racket-shaped pizza with a “handle” made of ricotta-stuffed dough. The main event, however, should be the habit-forming Montanara Starita, which gets a quick dip in the deep fryer before hitting the oven to develop its puffy, golden crust. Hells Kitchen flea market, Vendors tend to compensate for the out-of-the-way location by offering lower prices than found in the Chelsea lots, which makes it worth the trek. Be sure to hit Wildpalm Vintage for precious jewels and Store with No Walls. How about a quick drink while you continue the search. andsome tiki bar in Hell’s Kitchen, and the group’s first stand-alone bar. The space is awash in deep-turquoise walls and old-world landscape murals under high ceilings with wooden beams. Heads turn as the waiters carry the Exotica Bowl, a very large-format pearl-in-the-oyster cocktail smoking with dry ice, and the fruity Barbossa’s Punch
Best Food Hells Kitchen
42nd street Port Authority