Street parking in murray hill

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New York City

Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods in Manhattan differ in the ease with which parking spots can be found. Sometimes it may be easier to find a parking spot in one neighborhood and take the subway or other public transportation to the the neighborhood where you need to be.

Inwood

inwood

Summary - Inwood
Weekday Parking Easy
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 16%
Total Metered Spots 571
Best Parking TimeMon/Thu 930am and Tue/Fri 1030am
Parking in Inwood is generally easier than in most other parts of the city. Dyckman St., Broadway and 207th St. all have meters. If you need to spend the day in downtown or midtown Manhattan, finding a non-metered parking spot in Inwood will generally get you typically anywhere in the west side of Manhattan within half an hour by taking the A subway train. See It on the Map


Washington Heights

inwood

Summary - Washington Heights
Weekday Parking Hard
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 18%
Total Metered Spots 1,784
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 1pm
Parking in Washington Heights is generally very difficult even on the weekends. Though there are many legal spots in this area you will often find it hard to locate an available spot. The eastern part of the Heights is generally easier than the western part. Try to avoid looking near the George Washington Bridge and near Columbia Medical Center as these areas tend to be the most difficult. If you need to park near Columbia Medical center there are some interesting spots on Riverside. These spots are often open because if you don't find a spot there you are forced to go another 10 blocks on the highway before you can turn right and get back to regular city streets. Risk and Reward! See It on the Map

Hamilton Heights

inwood

Summary - Hamilton Heights
Weekday Parking Medium
Weekend Parking Easy
No Parking Anytime 18%
Total Metered Spots 446
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 1230pm
Street parking in Hamilton Heights is easier than in most other parts of Manhattan. The metered spots in this neighberhood are mostly on Broadway and 145th St. Meters on Broadway have a one hour limit, while meters on 145th St. are mostly 2 hour limit so if you need more time it would be worth looking on 145th St or on Amsterdam Ave. near 145th St. Hamilton Pl. tends to have a lot of open spots. Near City College a lot of the parking spaces are illegal, however, the parts that aren't tend to have more open spots. See It on the Map

Harlem

harlem

Summary - Harlem
Weekday Parking Medium
Weekend Parking Medium
No Parking Anytime 15%
Total Metered Spots 985
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 11am
Parking in Harlem is not terrible if you don't mind walking a bit. Unless you are looking for metered parking, try to avoid parking near 125th St. as it has a lot of traffic and few open non-metered spots. The best areas for parking are in the 130's and below 125th St. Most of the metered spots are on Malcom X Blvd. (Lenox Ave.), 3rd Ave., 125th St. and 116th St. Generally, it isn't very hard to find parking on weekends, except for Sunday mornings. See It on the Map

Morningside Heights

Morningside

Summary - Morningside Heights
Weekday Parking Easy
Weekend Parking Easy
No Parking Anytime 18%
Total Metered Spots 478
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 1230pm
Parking in Morningside is one of the easier places to park in the city. It can still be difficult to find a spot in the morning. However, in the early afternoon it is generally very easy to find a spot within 5 minutes. During afternoon rush hour it can be a little more difficult but one can still usually find parking within the half-hour. One nice thing about this area is that there are 6 hour meters on Broadway between 116th St. and 122nd St, and on 120th St. between Broadway and Amsterdam and on 114th between Broadway and Amsterdam. These are some of the last 6 hour meters in the city. Meter spots tend to open up quicker and therefore will be easier to get and since they last 6 hours they will last almost as long as regular spots (except for that it will cost you some money but not nearly as much as a garage). See It on the Map

Midtown West

Midtown West

Summary - Midtown West
Weekday Parking Very Hard
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 38%
Total Metered Spots 3,071
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 6pm
Parking during the day is near impossible. In the evening however,  for restaurant and theater visits consult the SmoothParking map to locate spots that become legal at the desired time. In general that will not be in the theater district itself, but to the west of it closer to the Hudson River. See It on the Map

Midtown East

Midtown East

Summary - Midtown East
Weekday Parking Very Hard
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 41%
Total Metered Spots 1,915
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 6pm
Just like Midtown West, parking during the day is nearly impossible in Midtown East. Parking there during the day is nearly impossible. If you need to be in this area on a weekday during the day it would be best to take public transportation or park your car in a lot. The only possible options (though still high unlikely) is to the few street near the East River and 1st Avenue that do have legal parking during the day. Between 7am - 6pm during on weekdays there is basically no legal parking. After 6pm on weekdays there are metered spots till 12pm which are often not that hard to find, but generally you will have to keep refilling the meter every hour. From Midnight to 7am and on Sundays parking is generally allowed in this area and meters are not in effect, so if these are the times you need than Midtown-East should work out just fine. See It on the Map

Chelsea

Chelsea

Summary - Chelsea
Weekday Parking Hard
Weekend Parking Easy
No Parking Anytime 24%
Total Metered Spots 1,032
Best Parking TimeWeekdays 6pm
Parking in Chelsea is almost as difficult as parking in Midtown during the day. The one area where you might find parking is between 8th and 10th Avenues from 16th St. to 30th St. Generally, the further south you go the better your chances are. On weekends it is usually easy to find parking for short amounts of time because there are many corporate offices in the area that are closed. See It on the Map

Murray Hill / Kip's Bay / Gramercy

Murray Hill

Summary - Murray Hill
Weekday Parking Hard
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 29%
Total Metered Spots 2,425
Best Parking TimeTue/Fri 10am and 1130am
A lot like midtown, parking in this area is very difficult during the day. Towards the East River there is somewhat more parking (except 1st Ave.) but still not a lot. The one nice thing about this area is that there our a ton of metered spots. In fact, this area has the highest percentage of metered spots during the daytime in Manhattan. If you are willing to take a metered spot it might take a little bit of waiting but you should be able to find a spot. Otherwise finding a garage is probably your best bet. During the weekend finding a spot should take less than a half-hour. See It on the Map

West Village / Greenwich Village

West Village

Summary - West Village
Weekday Parking Hard
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 28%
Total Metered Spots 2,023
Best Parking TimeTue/Fri 1030am and Mon/Thu 1230pm
Parking in the Village and the West Village is challenging both day and night. You probably have a slightly better chance to find a spot when you go further West. There is limited availability of metered parking in the heart of the West Village. See It on the Map

Financial District

Financial District

Summary - Financial District
Weekday ParkingVery Hard
Weekend Parking Hard
No Parking Anytime 64%
Total Metered Spots 537
Best Parking Time Weekdays 7pm
Just like Midtown, parking during the day is near impossible in the Financial District. There is very limited availability of parking spots in the far Western and Eastern parts. There is extremely limited availability of metered parking. Even during the night more than 50% of the streets are off limit for parking. Trying to find a spot in the Financial District is just asking for trouble. See It on the Map
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What’s Nearby

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The 10 best and worst neighborhoods in Manhattan for parking on the street

When New Yorkers aren't obsessing about real estate, they're usually preoccupied with the trains. And if you're a Manhattanite who happens to own a car (but not a place to put it), then add parking to that list of obsessions.

As part of our ongoing series looking at the best and worst neighborhoods in New York City to find street parking (you can read the first installment dedicated to Brooklyn here) we now turn our attention to the borough that's perhaps the thorniest when it comes to this topic: Manhattan. 

As with our Brooklyn street parking deep dive, we consulted with Localize.city—a new AI-powered website that helps renters and buyers predict what life will be like at any address in New York City by examining current and future construction, livability, community and safety. The Localize data-science and urban planning teams considered the same weighted factors to identify neighborhoods’ scores: street parking regulations, which vary from district to district (alternate side, no parking or standing rules, meters); parking ticket rates (the number of parking tickets per capita in the last six months); parking complaints (calls to 311 regarding blocked driveways, double-parked cars, blocked hydrants), and car ownership based on 2016 census data. 

It's important to remember that all of these lists are relative; the top spot to find on-street parking (Roosevelt Island) is the easiest compared to the snarl of Midtown, but could very well be challenging compared to a less-congested place in another borough, and certainly, traditional suburbia. Of course, if you're thinking of making a move to a new Manhattan neighborhood and finding a place to park regularly is important to you, consult our list, and then hop in your car and check it out for yourself. 

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The good: Manhattan neighborhoods with the best on-street parking

1. Roosevelt Island

2. Central Harlem

3. Marble Hill

4. West Harlem 

5. Stuyvesant Town

6. Upper West Side 

7. Morningside Heights

8. Inwood

9. Washington Heights

10. Battery Park City

The data, as they say, is clear: if you want an easier time finding street parking, go north. Seventy percent of the neighborhoods on the "best" list are above West 59th Street, with northwestern areas such as Washington Heights, Inwood, West Harlem, and Marble Hill making the strongest showing. 

“As in all of the boroughs, areas in Manhattan that had less prominent commercial activities had fewer parking issues,” says Localize.city data scientist Michal Eisenberg. “That’s why Upper Manhattan neighborhoods ranked high on the list." She notes that while residents of Central Harlem still get a fair amount of tickets, a mix of good transit options and low car ownership rates make this spot easier than most to find street parking. 

Communities such as Stuyvesant Town, Battery Park City, and Roosevelt Island, are also on the list, thanks to factors such as relative isolation, and easy access to transit, with many residents also walking to work. Roosevelt Island claims the top spot thanks to conditions that discourage car ownership (just one narrow bridge connects it to Queens), and a garage that serves the island, freeing up space on the streets.

The bad: Manhattan neighborhoods with the worst on-street parking

1. Midtown

2. Midtown South

3. Financial District

4. Chinatown

5. East Midtown

6. Soho

7. Hell's Kitchen

8. Murray Hill

9. Tribeca

10. Flatiron

Arguably the worst of the worst in all of New York City, Midtown Manhattan lives up to its reputation as a parking nightmare by not only taking the top spot, but also claiming #2 with Midtown South, and #5, with Midtown East. All that commercial activity, plus major transit hubs like Grand Central, Port Authority and Penn Station, which don't allow permit parking on their perimeters, and bus stops, which eat up even more spaces, mean there few places to park on the street, and so the area receives the dubious distinction of receiving high scores for both parking tickets and complaints. 

It's a similar story downtown, with congested neighborhoods like Soho, Tribeca, and Chinatown, that last of which Localize.city urban planner Alon Goldstein files under "almost impossible" when it comes to finding available street parking. If there's a surprise here it's the Financial District's ranking—one of the areas of the city more recently "colonized" by New Yorkers looking for housing—at an "impressive" number three. 

“The Financial District is getting worse for residential parking as more residents have moved in. It’s one of the fastest growing communities in the city, with widespread conversion of office space,” Goldstein notes.

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