Columbus CircleColumbus Circle is the area surrounding the namesake circle at 59th, Broadway and 8th Ave. While there are no set borders, it is commonly defined as running a couple blocks in every direction.
Columbus Circle has become one of the most vibrant areas of Manhattan. With the recently completed redesign of the circle to include sitting space and a beautiful fountain, Columbus Circle is one of the prettiest areas of the city. It is also the corner where Midtown, Central Park, and the Upper West Side all come together. Located minutes from Lincoln Center with restaurants all along 9th and 10th Aves, this area has both large office buildings and all the necessary shops, restaurants, and bars that go with them. Finally, the brand-new Time Warner Center has a new indoor shopping mall and 5-star hotel to serve clients and employees.
Columbus Circle is an ideal place for business wishing to be in Midtown, but wanting an escape from the congestion by being on the corner of Central Park. The Circle is served by A, B, C, D, and 1 subways, and has spaces ranging from the best Class A to the most economical Class C. Retail space ranges from the mega high-priced Time Warner Center to local corner delis.