A central portion of a city, between uptown and downtown.(noun)
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Use "midtown" in a sentence
"Midtown south's scruffier buildings-think old Silicon Alley hangouts hastily rewired 15 years ago, groaning under the weights of sporadic upkeep and old infrastructure-have considerably lower rents than midtown's gleaming towers: In September, the average midtown south asking rent was $52.86 a square foot, according to CB Richard Ellis; in midtown, it was $84.74."
"The best non-asian soup under $10 in midtown is the maryland crab soup at GC Oyster Bar take-out window."
"The neglect of the Hing Won Express Bahn Mi in midtown is criminal."