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Hell’s Kitchen Parking

479 West 48th Street, New York, NY, 10019

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415 W 45th St. - Garage
6 min(0.3 mi)

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550 W 45th St. - Valet
6 min(0.3 mi)

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359 West 49th Street
5 min(0.3 mi)

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350 West 50th St. - Valet Garage
6 min(0.3 mi)

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504 W 53rd St. - Valet (515 W 52nd Garage)
6 min(0.3 mi)

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604 W 46th St. (610 W 45th St) - Lot
7 min(0.3 mi)

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Parking Rates Near Hell’s Kitchen

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$21 - $40
Weekend Parking$18 - $40
Event Parking$18 - $40
Overnight Parking$38 - $50

Parking Near Hell's Kitchen

Sitting on the banks of the Hudson River, Hell’s Kitchen is a legendary New York City neighborhood on the West Side of Midtown Manhattan. The etymology of Hell’s Kitchen is disputed, with stories of its origin ranging from a quote by Davy Crocket to stemming from the name of a notorious gang in the 1800s. Though the neighborhood has a storied history of shantytowns and poverty, Hell’s Kitchen has become a more upscale neighborhood after decades of increased affluence and redevelopment, including the creation of Hudson Yards, a commercial and residential area developed by the New York City Department of Planning to help expand Midtown to the Hudson River.

Hell’s Kitchen is perhaps best known for its insanely diverse ethnic restaurant scene. Whether you’re looking for New York mainstays (Chinese, Italian, Caribbean) or are seeking something you won’t find on every street corner (Afghan, Ethiopian, Turkish, Argentine), it’s likely you will find some foods to love in Hell’s Kitchen. If you’re unsure what you’re in the mood for, checking out Restaurant Row, a section of West 46th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues aptly named for its high concentration of restaurants, is a must. The Ninth Avenue International Food Festival is held in the area every May.

Use SpotHero to reserve your parking spot prior to your trip to Hell’s Kitchen so you don’t have to worry about finding parking once you make it to your destination. This will leave you all the more time to enjoy your accommodations and the local attractions.


Is there street parking in Hell’s Kitchen?

Both metered and free street parking may be available in Hell’s Kitchen, though like with many areas in New York City, the latter may be hard to come by. It’s important to keep an eye out for parking signage to ensure you don’t receive a ticket or get towed. For that reason, booking parking with SpotHero in advance is highly recommended.

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