The Midtown East neighborhood is primarily from 30th Street to 59th Street on the East Side of Manhattan, Fifth Avenue to the East River. It includes the neighborhoods Murray Hill, Turtle Bay/Beekman, Sutton and Kip’s Bay. Midtown East also has great access to the rest of the city (4, 5 and 6 trains). Midtown East is a very populated neighborhood in Manhattan during the day, but the crowds disappear during the nighttime. Businesses looking for the stark contrast of busy daytime and desolated nighttime should seriously consider moving their office space into Midtown East. Midtown East attractions include the United Nations building, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Grand Central Station is one of the most beautiful railroad station in America. The Brass clock, amazing staircases, and celestial ceiling are all New York City icons that are a must to visit. Furthermore, the Chrysler Building is a very beautiful building with amazing architecture. One of the most famous and most visited landmarks of Midtown East is the Museum of Modern Art. Workers can enjoy the MOMA or any of the other attractions during their lunch break. Midtown East is also home to Lord & Taylor, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman, some of the most famous department stores in the world. Midtown East is an ideal neighborhood for office space because of all of the attraction and iconic landmarks. One last landmark that should be visited is Rockefeller Center and the world-famous ice skating rink.