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Midtown Manhattan Parking

New York, NY

Reserve a Parking Spot Nearby

113 W 43rd St. (1133 Garage) - Valet Garage - Valet Garage
(2,410)
2 min(0.1 mi)

starting at

$25
38 W 43rd St. (1114 6th Ave. Garage) - Valet
(1,136)
2 min(0.1 mi)

starting at

$35
50 W 44th St. - Valet Garage
(6,592)
3 min(0.1 mi)

starting at

$35
118 W 44th St. (1133 6th Ave) - Valet Garage
(2,410)
3 min(0.2 mi)

starting at

$25
143 W 40th St. - Valet Garage
(169)
5 min(0.2 mi)

starting at

$35
1411 Broadway (136 W 40th St.) - Garage
(3,082)
5 min(0.2 mi)

starting at

$35

Parking Rates Near Midtown Manhattan

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$23 - $40
Weekend Parking$29 - $35
Event Parking$34 - $40
Overnight Parking$50 - $65

Parking Near Midtown Manhattan

If you’re thinking about visiting New York City, checking out Midtown Manhattan is a no-brainer. Many of the city’s most famous and most popular tourist destinations are located in Midtown, including Times Square, the Empire State Building, and Grand Central Station. And though not technically located in Midtown, other NYC must-sees -- such as Central Park to the north and the Whitney Museum of American Art to the south -- are located just outside.

Midtown Manhattan is the largest central business district in the world and houses the headquarters of many nationally known corporations and brands, such as Calvin Klein, NBC Universal, and The Sharper Image. It is also worth noting that Midtown Manhattan is not a neighborhood, but a district containing many neighborhoods, so there’s a lot to explore. Hell’s Kitchen is a must for its wide variety of ethnic restaurants. Caribbean, Ethiopian, Turkish, Peruvian, Pakistani, and beyond, Hell’s Kitchen has it all. If you’re looking for a specific type of cuisine, Midtown Manhattan is also home to neighborhoods such as Little Brazil and Koreatown.

Midtown Manhattan is one of the city’s busiest areas, so use SpotHero to reserve your parking spot early so you don’t have to worry about finding parking once you make it into the city.

FAQs

Can I park on the street in Midtown Manhattan?

Due to the large amount of businesses and corporate headquarters, finding street parking in Midtown can be difficult. Certain areas don’t allow non-commercial street parking during business hours -- generally, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. on weekdays -- so use SpotHero to double-check parking hours, rates, restrictions.

What types of parking facilities are available in Midtown?

Though the hustle and bustle of the area can make it hard to park on the street, luckily, this also means that Midtown is home to many parking garages and lots. Whether you’re looking for valet parking, covered garages, or lots with EV charging, SpotHero has you covered.

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