Feed your Intellectual side in Midtown.

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Love living in Manhattan? There are many things you can do to have a wonderful time while living in this frenzy city, but it´s also good to feed your intellectual side by visiting libraries and museums that will make for a really great time!

Manhattan is the place where you can find absolutely anything to do, it will surprise you in infinite ways and offer a lifestyle you won´t get living in other locations.

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The best apartments in NYC can be found in Manhattan, so if you plan to move you can definitely start searching for no fee rental apartments in Midtown East which in my opinion is the best place to live.

So, what activities are available in The Big Apple? Where are the places you can visit?

You can find different cultural centers located Midtown, some of them with really excellent reviews, such as: The Astro Gallery of Gems.

Located at 417 5th Avenue between 38th St. & 37th St, this place looks like a museum but is a store where you can buy amazing gems.

A perfect place to visit if you love minerals or sparkly rocks where you will find the most amazing quality stones and crystals ever!

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The Morgan Library and Museum, instead, is a small museum but yet very entertaining. It is located at 225 Madison Avenue and is a library that has copies of the Gautenberg Bible, Shakespeare first folio, the original handwritten copy of Scott´s Waverly and the original scores by Chopin, among other amazing stuff.

Another interesting place to visit is the Onassis Cultural Center, where if you enjoy Greek history is the perfect place for you. So stop by at 645 6th Avenue and make your day count!

So come on! If you are planning to move to Manhattan start searching now for your next residence or trust First Service Residential, a Property Management NYC company who in April 2016 was honored as Management Company on the Annual Grand Ball held at Cipriani Wall Street.

Find your next home and live life to the fullest in Manhattan!




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